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post #451 of 571

Many Many Years ago...

 

Jethro Tull

Queen

Pink Floyd

Black Sabbath

 

And worked this one in 1980...

Heatwave Mosport Park

post #452 of 571

Styx, Fleetwood Mac, Kiss, Aerosmith, Ted Nugent, Little River band, Boz Skaggs, Pat Benatar, Uriah Heep, Red Ryder, Australian Pink Floyd, Survivor,smily_headphones1.gif

post #453 of 571

I was lucky enough to land my first job working at an amphitheater when I was 16. I got to work behind the scenes at Warped Tour for my very first day. Granted, it was a housekeeping job, but I got paid to go back stage and meet and see the performers. That got me hooked to seeing live shows, mostly Indie bands. Some of the bands I saw were Senses Fail, Killswitch Engage, Saves The Day, Dragonforce (lol), and glassjaw. Back in the present time, It would be once in a blue moon when I would go see a live concert... The most recent band I saw live was Journey just because of the new lead singer. 

post #454 of 571

I havent been to too many live shows.

 

In high school/college I saw Children of Bodom, Amon Amarth, Horse the Band, Trivium, All That Remains, Dragonforce, Opeth, katatonia. Just a bunch of metal bands.

 

Most recently, I saw Mindless Self Indulgence.  

  

Oh man. Mindless Self Indulgence. Sure I haven't seen a ton of concerts, but that was by far the best I'd been to. The energy was through the roof - things were a bit improvised and fresh, the stage act was incredible, the overall atmosphere was completely outrageous, people were dressed interestingly, - things were loud, the mosh pits were the most violent and risky of any I'd been in. I actually got a real vicious black eye there, bled everywhere and couldn't open my right eye for days. Totally worth it, though. So much fun.

  

That was hilarious coming into the office the next day....

post #455 of 571

In the order I've seen them, minus duplicates:

 

Daft Punk
Slightly Stoopid
Ghostland Observatory x2
Radiohead
Rage Against the Machine
Nine Inch Nails
ATB
Infected Mushroom
Atmosphere x2
Rise Against
Lupe Fiasco x2
Tool
Paul Van Dyk
Benny Benassi x3
Deadmau5 x3
Second Sun
Above and Beyond
Designer Drugs
Midnight Conspiracy x4
Girl Talk x2
Kid Cudi
Flying Lotus
Damien Marley x2
Nas x2
Rusko x3
Bassnectar x2
Big Gigantic x4
Lotus x3
LoBounce x4
NiT GriT
AntiSerum
Downlink
Excision x2
Stratus x3
Nero
Conspirator
The New Deal
Family Groove Company x4
Cornmeal
The Glitch Mob x2
Steve Aoki
Digital Tape Machine x2
Daedelus x2
Umphreys McGee x5
Sound Tribe Sector 9 x2
Two Fresh
SOJA
Euforquestra
Future Rock x3
Wiz Khalifa
Papadosio
Mimosa x2
Moe. x4
Skrillex x2
EOTO x2
Borgore
Collie Buddz
Feed Me
The Bloody Beetroots
Afrojack
Ratatat
Coldplay
Phantogram
Super Mash Bros.
Pretty Lights x2
Felix Cartal
Zeds Dead x2
RJD2
Break Science
Common
Indigo Sun x2
Emika
Lorn
Amon Tobin
Sleepyhead
The M Machine
The Polish Ambassador
Phutureprimitive
Heyoka
Liquid Stranger
Lucky Date
The Coop
Quixotic
The Werks x3
Keller Williams
Bob Weir
BoomBox
Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars
Rebelution
Gigantic Underground Conspiracy
Minnesota x2
12th Planet
Gramatik
Team Bayside High x2
AraabMuzik
Shpongle
Jane's Addiction
VibeSquad
Elfkowitz
Phish

 

Top 3? Daft Punk, Phish and Excision when he brought 140,000 watts of bass

 

Bottom 3? Kid CuDi, Borgore and Lupe Fiasco the first time I saw him (he was really arrogant).


Edited by Kayk - 7/9/12 at 12:48pm
post #456 of 571

Last night I attended a world class concert with Chris Mihn Doky and the nomads. Truly a world class band and performance. Dave Weckl on drums, Dean Brown on guitar, George Whitty on keyboards - yeah!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLd5EvZIBvI&feature=colike

 
 
post #457 of 571

Jamie T

The Black Seeds

Kasabian

Netsky & Skream

Netsky

Bonobo

Alt J

 

And others I forgot

post #458 of 571

Update since my last post in June, since the thread got bumped... I've been busy.

 

Abraxas (2 sets)
Alec K. Redfearn & the Eyesores
Amanda F. Palmer & the Grand Theft Orchestra (3 times)
Animal Hospital
Bela Fleck & Marcus Roberts Trio
Bert Seager Trio
Bettye Lavette
Bill Frisell plays the music of John Lennon
Black Fortress of Opium
Brian Carpenter & the Confessions (3 times)
Calexico
Ceramic Dog
Cirkestra (2 times)
Frank London's Klezmer Brass All-Stars
Ghost Train Orchestra
Glen Hansard
Hawk & A Hacksaw
Italian Surf Academy
Jenny Scheinman Quartet
Jherek Bischoff
Jim White
Jon Madof/Jeremiah Cymerman/Mike Pride (mostly improv)
Klezwoods
Lost Brothers
Marc Ribot solo
Marc Ribot Trio (4 sets)
McCoy Tyner w/Dave Holland, Jack Dejohnette, Gary Bartz
Mostly Other People Do the Killing
Peter Gabriel
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Rabbit Rabbit
Ronald Reagan
Samantha Craig
Seabrook Power Plant
Sean Rowe
Sinti Rhythm
The Dirty Three
The Simple Pleasures
The Swans
The Wrong Shapes
Tuba Skinny
Western Powers
William Elliott Whitmore
Zion80 (2 sets and an open rehearsal)
 

Upcoming highlights include: Beat the Donkey, Marc Ribot & David Hidalgo duo, Spiritual Unity, Red Baraat, the Residents, The Bad Plus, Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau, and a John Zorn all-day marathon concert.

post #459 of 571

joshua roman, with UW symphonic orchestra. Dvorak D minor cello concerto.

post #460 of 571

afrojack

andy c

magnetic man

emalkay

skrillex

chase and status

dj fresh

sub focus

flux pavilion

nero

loadstar

friction

camo and crooked 

netsky

high contrast

fred v and grafix

mr scruff

korpiklaani (lol)

alpha blondie

barington levi

and probably a few more...

post #461 of 571
Last weekend was a local band. Last night was Trans Siberian Orchestra doing a new Christmas show. Always a good time.
post #462 of 571
Quote:
Originally Posted by Happy Camper View Post

Last weekend was a local band. Last night was Trans Siberian Orchestra doing a new Christmas show. Always a good time.

Trans Siberian & Mannheim Steamroller are always excellent listens! smily_headphones1.gif

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post #463 of 571

I've seen quite a few, most of it be rock & metal bands though.

 

- Trivium

- Slipknot

- Static X

- Shadows Fall

- Suicide Silence

- Paramore

- All That Remains

- Periphery

- The Human Abstract

- Mastodon

- Dethklok

- Megadeth

- Machine Head

- Slayer

- Marylin Manson

- Nine Inch Nails

- RED

- Rammstein

- Avenged Sevenfold

- In Flames

- Straight Line Stitch

- Daft Punk

- Dream Theater

- Iron Maiden

- Kiss

- KoRn

- Rob Zombie

- Red Fang

- Linkin Park

- Muse

- Silversun Pickups

- Red Hot Chili Peppers

- Staind

- Daughtry

- Mushroomhead

- Job for a Cowboy

- August Burns Red

- The Black Dahlia Murder

- Anthrax

- Judas Priest

- As Blood Runs Black

 

I'm sure I am missing a few as I've attended a lot of concerts when I was in high school and community college. Now that I am at a university, only performances I have been able to attend to are either classical or jazz shows. It sort of disappoints me, but in no way is it a con as I love both genres of music. A few artists I do wish to see perform live though is Metallica, Led Zeppelin, and Shakira, along a few others.

 

destroysall.


Edited by Destroysall - 11/26/12 at 12:56am
post #464 of 571

I rarely go to any live conserts but I have been to a few:

Toto (twice), U2, Iron Maiden, Justice. All bands I want to see never come to Scandinavia, so I'm keeping my hopes up until that day comes!

post #465 of 571
Just got in from seeing The Moody Blues at the Murah in Indy. Thought I was at a nursing home but all the gray/bald crowd still knows how to rock.
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