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Posted on 19 February 09 at 20:14, Edited on 19 February 09 at 20:24 by SeraphimNeeded
Post the band/artist and date that you attended.
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Posted on 19 February 09 at 20:16
Sorry for mis-spelling 'have' in the title, but I have seen:

Iron Maiden - 3/14/08
AC/DC - 11/19/08
Metallica - 2/1/09
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Posted on 19 February 09 at 20:23
I used to go to gigs all the time, but i also used to have shit taste in music :/ So it's quite embaressing.
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Posted on 19 February 09 at 20:26
B1RCH BOY said:
Sorry for mis-spelling 'have' in the title
Fixed for you.

Story of the Year (wasn't all that impressed, but then again I wasn't surprised)
Hoobastank
P.O.D.
Linkin Park

All at the same concert.


I've also seen Blue Man Group and Trans Siberian Orchestra, in a concert for each respectively.
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Badly Worn Toy
Posted on 19 February 09 at 21:34
In no perticular order

Feeder, Travis, Manic street preachers, Queens of the stone age, Angels and airwaves, Motorhead, Foo fighers, Chemical brothers, Keane, Juliette and the Licks, Black rebel motorcycle club.

Thats all i can remember at the mo.
I used to be indecisive but now i just dont know....

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Posted on 20 February 09 at 15:13
I would have loved to go to Motorhead concert! Foo Fighter probably wouldn't be that bad either. =)
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Posted on 21 February 09 at 00:40
Well Warped Tour this year was my first so.

In no order.

Story Of The Year
The Academy Is
Shwayze (met them)
The Devil Wears Prada (my favorite band)
All Time Low
Say Anything
Gym Class Hereoes
We The Kings
and I met Katy Perry (one of my favorite moments)lol

and thats all I think.
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Posted on 21 February 09 at 02:08
Green Day - American Idiot Tour
Opening Bands I remember: Jimmy Eat World

Papa Roach - Phat Phest (local promotion)
Opening Bands I remember: Paredimshift (local band...local concert actually thrown by papa roach to promote local bands from their [and my] hometown)

Nickelback - All The Right Reasons Tour (god Dark Horse is a terrible album)
Opening Bands I remember: Hinder, Chevelle, Hoobastank

Dropkick Murphys - The Meanest of Times Tour
Opening Bands I remember: Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Civet

I really haven't been to many gigs before...I wanted to see a gig with Cake and another gig that had Avenged Sevenfold/Buckcherry/Papa Roach/Saving Abel but both gigs were sold out. Same with the Police tour where The Fratellis (!!!) were an opening band.
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Posted on 21 February 09 at 02:23
Those are some good bands you've seen Sebastian.
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Posted on 21 February 09 at 08:14
Haven't seen much, but I've seen a few epic shows.

-Propaghandi w/ Randy
-Post Mortem Twitch
-Australian Pink Floyd
-Bunch at Warped Tour
-Danzig w/ Doyel
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Posted on 22 February 09 at 06:01
sweet candy jesus, this could be a long list. the hubby's is waaay up over 100; mine's a lot lower, but still prolly around 50. i know I'm missing a bunch, but it's a start. in no particular order:

The Beach Boys (several times)
Davy Jones (ditto)
Jimmy Buffett
Boston
Heart
Styx
Journey
Cheap Trick
Eagles
Sheryl Crow
Meat Loaf (twice)
KISS
Kansas
Blue Oyster Cult
Blue Man Group (since someone else counted it)
Peggy March
Leslie Gore
The Crystals
George Jones
Kenny Rogers
The Oak Ridge Boys
Charlie Daniels
Molly Hatchet
Marshall Tucker
Merle Haggard
George Strait
Dierks Bentley

We've been on a tribute band kick lately, so I've seen faux GnR, AC/DC, Judas Priest, Bon Jovi, mini-KISS, and mini-YMCA in the past couple months. We've also seen a bunch of local classic rock bands, inlcuding YBR at least 50 times.
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Posted on 24 February 09 at 02:44, Edited on 25 February 09 at 22:42 by NightStalkar
Not too long of a list I don't think but here goes:

ZZ Top
Arch Enemy
Killswitch Engage
Papa Roach
System of a Down(twice)
Hatebreed
The Offspring
ACDC
Metallica
Blink 182
Christina Aguilera
Seether (with Amy Lee from Evanescense)
Nickelback
Thornley
Buckcherry
Three Days Grace
Finger Eleven
Bon Jovi
Hinder
Rush
Linkin Park
Mars Volta
NoFX
Lil Wayne
Disturbed
Miser
Incubus
Puddle of Mudd
Rise Against
Protest the Hero

Damn, I feel like a concert junkie now. I didn't realize I'd been to so many. I guess it's just because I've always lived in big cities. They come to me, I'm not hardcore and go chasing them around or anything.... I sware lol
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SeraphimNeeded
Posted on 24 February 09 at 03:42
Holy crap, Night. A lot of bands come through my area too, But that is a crazy amount. Think of all the games you could have bought for that amount of money. :P
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Posted on 24 February 09 at 16:30
Wow night. Just wow. Some awsome bands on there though.

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Posted on 25 February 09 at 20:44
Looks like you have quite a diverse taste in music there. I would've liked to see System of a Down, The Offspring, and Disturbed.NightStalker666 said:
Not too long of a list I don't think but here goes:

ZZ Top
Arch Enemy
Killswitch Engage
Papa Roach
System of a Down
Hatebreed
The Offspring
ACDC
Metallica
Blink 182
Christina Aguilera
Seether (with Amy Lee from Evanescense)
Nickelback
Thornley
Buckcherry
Three Days Grace
Finger Eleven
Bon Jovi
Hinder
Rush
Linkin Park
Mars Volta
NoFX
Lil Wayne
Disturbed
Miser
Incubus
Puddle of Mudd
Rise Against
Protest the Hero

Damn, I feel like a concert junkie now. I didn't realize I'd been to so many. I guess it's just because I've always lived in big cities. They come to me, I'm not hardcore and go chasing them around or anything.... I sware lol
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Posted on 25 February 09 at 22:31, Edited on 25 February 09 at 22:41 by NightStalkar
Yeah, I've been privileged enough to catch some good ones I guess.

For the record, System of a Down was on a whole other level performance wise than any band I've seen. The first time I saw them was for Mezmerise and only their second show on tour. Had great seats, energy was unbelievable. They never play a bad song, it's as simple as that.

The second time I saw them though was for Hyponitize almost exactly a year later and, man oh man, again they were godlike but this time even better. Was on the floor of the Saddledome (closed hockey arena) in Calgary. Killswitch opened for them.... and then they proceeded to play a legendary show in which I got a black eye, drenched in alcohol, blood, sweat, drink,, naked girls everywhere, security guards getting swarmed and overrun with people from the seats pouring on the floor, the entire building was hotboxed from all the weed being smoked. Anyways, good memories for sure.

Disturbed I saw with Puddle of Mudd at a huge showing in Dallas and they were great as always, and OffSpring I was a bit young (12 or 13) but still remember it vividly because of how offensive and downright shocking Americana was to everyone at the time, and of course how I was singing along the whole time.

Anyways, with all that money, I could have very well bought a car or a house even, or own every 360 game. But the memories were/are definitely worth it for most. Bands aren't around forever, and neither are you, gotta get out and enjoy life sometimes :D - headspin

I'm looking to add to that list soon also.
I've got tickets to see Theory of a Deadman, Hinder, and Motley Crue in March
and how about this one... Willie Nelson (April 8th 09) - so looking forward to that - the guy never stops

One more thing. I'm jealous of go tribes list. I wish I was born sooner, most of those are bands I'd give my right arm to see.
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Posted on 25 February 09 at 23:17
NightStalker666 said:
Yeah, I've been privileged enough to catch some good ones I guess.

For the record, System of a Down was on a whole other level performance wise than any band I've seen. The first time I saw them was for Mezmerise and only their second show on tour. Had great seats, energy was unbelievable. They never play a bad song, it's as simple as that.

The second time I saw them though was for Hyponitize almost exactly a year later and, man oh man, again they were godlike but this time even better. Was on the floor of the Saddledome (closed hockey arena) in Calgary. Killswitch opened for them.... and then they proceeded to play a legendary show in which I got a black eye, drenched in alcohol, blood, sweat, drink,, naked girls everywhere, security guards getting swarmed and overrun with people from the seats pouring on the floor, the entire building was hotboxed from all the weed being smoked. Anyways, good memories for sure.

Disturbed I saw with Puddle of Mudd at a huge showing in Dallas and they were great as always, and OffSpring I was a bit young (12 or 13) but still remember it vividly because of how offensive and downright shocking Americana was to everyone at the time, and of course how I was singing along the whole time.

Anyways, with all that money, I could have very well bought a car or a house even, or own every 360 game. But the memories were/are definitely worth it for most. Bands aren't around forever, and neither are you, gotta get out and enjoy life sometimes :D - headspin

I'm looking to add to that list soon also.
I've got tickets to see Theory of a Deadman, Hinder, and Motley Crue in March
and how about this one... Willie Nelson (April 8th 09) - so looking forward to that - the guy never stops

One more thing. I'm jealous of go tribes list. I wish I was born sooner, most of those are bands I'd give my right arm to see.
I would do anything to have been there.
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Posted on 26 February 09 at 14:14
A few of mine are really embarrassing teenage girl type bands, but i'll try and remember as many as I can.
Michael Jackson - Singapore - 29th August 1993 (i think it was 1993?)
Boyzone - 1994-1999 (a few times lol)
Ronan Keating - Tatton Park 2006 (i think)
East 17 - Steam Tour 1994/5?
Robbie Williams - Melbourne Dec 2004
Christina Agurilera - Adelaide Dec 2004
Evanescence - Adelaide Dec 2004
Paul McArtney - Manchester 2003/4 & Anfield 2008
Kaiser Chiefs - Anfield 2008
Zutons - Anfield 2008
Simon & Garfunkel - Manchester 2004ish
U2 - Manchester 2002ish (elevation tour i think it was)
Basement Jaxx - CPW Christmas Ball 2005 London.
David Bowie - Manchester 2004 (Move @ Trafford Cricket Ground)
R.E.M - Manchester 2003 (Move @ Trafford Cricket Ground)
Badly Drawn Boy - Manchester 2003 (" ")
Pink - Adelaide 2003 (Adelaide Oval, was a day festival thing)
Shaggy - Adelaide 2003 (" ")

Somewhere along the lines there have been a few more teeny type bands in there 911 probably being my most embarrassing! lol.
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Posted on 26 February 09 at 16:56
oh man i cant remeber the dates, but ive seen...

goldfinger, bloodhound gang, madcapsule markets, cypress hill, ermm theres some more but i cant remeber lol
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Posted on 26 February 09 at 21:36
CYPRESS HILL!!!! I want to see them.
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