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Discussion in 'Music' started by ChristopherG, Aug 19, 2012.
I didn't know that Steve Buscemi sings! My last one was Korn
Moonspell/Leaves' Eyes/Atrocity. I was only there for Leaves' Eyes, but everyone was great!
Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden a little over a week ago.
Before that, I saw Paul Simon and Sting's co-headliner at the Garden… surprisingly good pairing.
Peter Gabriel - Back to Front, a bit reluctantly as I liked the New Blood so much, and didn't really want to see him to the overplayed and slightly boring So again, but it turned out to be quite magnificent, a killer band, a good selection of song other than So, a killer Digging in the Dirt, and Biko as an encore, really magical!
Blu is on pre-order
I saw another Billy Joel performance at Madison Square Garden in April, and then again at the beginning of May. I'm really digging this lifetime residency thing he's got going on.
I saw this small, up-and-coming rock band called The Rolling Stones recently in Stockholm. Here's my long-winded review of the show and some general impressions on the band as well:
Once again, my answer is Billy Joel -- saw his show at Madison Square Garden on July 2nd.
It's not that he's the only musician I liked, although it probably seems that way reading my posts on this thread... just turns out none of my other guys are touring near me at the moment.
Haven't seen Billy Joel lately, but did see him on the Stormfront tour when I was in High School.
Kiss and Def Leppard at The Forum in Inglewood, CA
Great pics Dave!
Here's a clip from a recent concert I wanted to go to but a browser malfunction kept me from getting tickets to.
I would love to see the Eagles but there tickets are just way to expensive!!!
I just saw Queen + Adam Lambert in Atlantic City this past Saturday night. It was an absolutely amazing show, and I gotta hand it to Lambert (of whom I am not a fan) for being able to fill those mighty big shoes vacated by Freddie Mercury. I almost lost it every time they flashed tributes to Freddie on screen, especially during "Bohemian Rhapsody," where Lambert synced his voice to follow perfectly with old concert footage. There was also a good half hour where Lambert left the old pros alone on stage for songs like "'39" and "Love of My Life." And although I adore the man and his abilities, Brian May's guitar solo was WAY too long. But I'm willing to overlook that. Because he's Brian May...
City of Cypress Summer Concert Series
Raymond Michael's Elvis Presley Tribute
June 28th, 2014
Dean Colley's Neil Diamond Tribute
August 23rd, 2014
Speaking of tribute bands, has anyone ever seen Brit Floyd (Pink Floyd tribute band)?
If not, I highly recommend seeing them. I have seen many Pink Floyd tributes, but I (in my own opinion) consider them the ones to beat.
For reference, check out some of thier Youtube videos of the 2013 performance at Red Rocks Ampitheater.
I never had the chance to see Led Zep, but just saw Plant and the shapeshifters just now, and WOW!
Outdoor venue and crowded, and rain before the show, but when they came on, and started with Trampled Underfoot, it was like seeing Zep.
Great selection of songs, and more Zep than I thought, but despite two guitar players, they couldn't match Page. Surprisingly good drummer, and Plant's voice in great shape.
A truly memorable show, to be sure. To be able to sing like that, at his age, and what a stage presence, like Jagger.
If you have the chance, don't miss them.
Concert On The Green @ City Of Cypress
Southbound & Company Creedence Clearwater Revival Tribute Band
Hope to get working soon so I can go see Robert Plant live sometime soon!