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ptooey

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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:58am

 pilgrim wrote:


We have PG a few nights before you, and then Wilco the evening you are taking him in.

I look forward to your recap   




Likewise!
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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:58am

 ptooey wrote:



The scary part is that they've been together since 2015. She's actually older than hiccup and I were when we got married.



nope. there's no way we are this old/old enough for this to happen. 
pilgrim

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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:56am

 ptooey wrote:



Thanks, gwürm!


We have PG a few nights before you, and then Wilco the evening you are taking him in.

I look forward to your recap   
ptooey

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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:45am

 lily34 wrote:


i don't doubt it! and wow...you have a spawn old enough to have a fiance. this is just not possible and insane. insane!!!



The scary part is that they've been together since 2015. She's actually older than hiccup and I were when we got married.
lily34

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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:42am

 ptooey wrote:



Thanks, lily! I kinda choked up, not gonna lie.


i don't doubt it! and wow...you have a spawn old enough to have a fiance. this is just not possible and insane. insane!!!
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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:35am

 pilgrim wrote:


Just lovely - thanks for sharing.
All of this sounds great.





Thanks, gwürm!
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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:25am

 ptooey wrote:

It occurs to me that I've been remiss in reporting back on hiccup and ptooey's Year of the Concerts.

/

Nice shot.



Just lovely - thanks for sharing.
All of this sounds great.


ptooey

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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:23am

 lily34 wrote:


OMG i loved all of your post, but this (and the rob zombie - how times have changed part) were my favs. good one with the "Geez, man. Nice shot." 


rock on. rock on. 




Thanks, lily! I kinda choked up, not gonna lie.
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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:23am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:







I know. It's rough, man.
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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:21am

 ptooey wrote:



I wish we could, but we're seeing Peter Gabriel the next night down in Denver.




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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:13am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


Gonna come up for Mudhoney?



I wish we could, but we're seeing Peter Gabriel the next night down in Denver.
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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 8:08am

 ptooey wrote:

It occurs to me that I've been remiss in reporting back on hiccup and ptooey's Year of the Concerts.



Gonna come up for Mudhoney?
lily34

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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 7:51am

 ptooey wrote:

/snip

Filter was the opener. I really enjoyed Short Bus and Title of Record and was surprised by the fact that Richard Patrick sounds EXACTLY the same as 28 years ago. They only played 6 songs, so there wasn't much time for banter. Halfway through the set, they played Take a Picture. He added an extra bridge as the outro to the song, changing the lyrics to "Hey son, what do you think about your dad now?" as I'm standing on the grass at Fiddler's Green, 32 years after my first concert there next to my adult daughters and my oldest's fiance. After the song ends and the applause dies down, Richard asks the crowd "Did we give you  The Feels there?"

Geez, man.

Nice shot.



OMG i loved all of your post, but this (and the rob zombie - how times have changed part) were my favs. good one with the "Geez, man. Nice shot." 

rock on. rock on. 
ptooey

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Posted: Sep 18, 2023 - 7:40am

It occurs to me that I've been remiss in reporting back on hiccup and ptooey's Year of the Concerts.

We got to see The National last month, back-to-back evenings, with Aussie band The Beths opening. Friday night we had fancy schmancy reserved seats stage right and just above the stage floor. The Beths were great. Excellent guitar tone, harmonizing and good tunes. If you haven't yet had the opportunity, check out Expert in a Dying Field. The National took the stage and were stately and majestic and loud and crazy good. The Dessner brothers were charming and funny and I was surprised by the degree of guitar wizardry on display. Bryan Devendorf hardly moves his arms during all of that complex drumming, which was kind of fascinating to watch. Matt Berninger was in exceptional voice, and while not as chatty as the Dessners, occasionally chimed in with a joke or a goofy dance and it was fun.

The next night, we had GA tickets and decided we were just going to go for it and set up right along the barricade, stage left. The Beths ripped through an identical set (it was still great), and the National came on a little loopier and more ragged than the night before. We were about 6 feet from Bryce Dessner for most of the concert. Berninger apparently gets a little stage-frighty and had been pregaming more than the previous night. He still sounded great, but was just a little wobbly. He usually goes out amongst the audience for a couple of songs, and when he left the stage, he went off the opposite side from us, which was a little disappointing. He did, however, loop back past our side and while I wasn't quite close enough to clap him on the shoulder, it was close enough to realize he isn't as tall as I'd imagined. They closed the show with Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks, acoustically, with all microphones pointed at the audience. The audience sang every word, and the band sang without mics. I've had the opportunity just a couple of times to hear favorite vocalists up close and unamplified, and it's always a special feeling, but standing 8 feet away from Matt Berninger and locking eyes with him as we both sang "All the very best of us string ourselves up for love" was something for the memory banks.

This past Saturday, we took the whole famn damily to see the Freaks on Parade tour. I've wanted to see Ministry since Twitch came out and Al Jourgensen remains not only surprisingly alive, but compelling and active and in great voice, even with all of the effects. The current band is great and loud, and just scary enough and it was a good time.

Alice Cooper. How in the world can a 75 year old man still perform that well? Vince still sounds great, has put together an excellent band with 3 mind-bogglingly amazing guitarists. Sixteen songs, hitting all of the highlights, a snake, 2 swords, 2 stabbings and a beheading by guillotine. I've always wanted to see him/them, and it was everything I'd hoped for.

Rob Zombie was the headliner and while I wasn't really as stoked to see him as the other 3 acts, but it was a reminder how much fun a rock spectacle can be. Crazy light show, video walls, flame pillars, gore, and 12 foot tall demon puppets. His band is also extremely good and he's hilarious. At one point, he had to stop the security crew from putting a halt to what used to be expected concert behavior. "Hey, she's just crowdsurfing. Let her. See? They caught her. It's fine". The times sure have changed.

Filter was the opener. I really enjoyed Short Bus and Title of Record and was surprised by the fact that Richard Patrick sounds EXACTLY the same as 28 years ago. They only played 6 songs, so there wasn't much time for banter. Halfway through the set, they played Take a Picture. He added an extra bridge as the outro to the song, changing the lyrics to "Hey son, what do you think about your dad now?" as I'm standing on the grass at Fiddler's Green, 32 years after my first concert there next to my adult daughters and my oldest's fiance. After the song ends and the applause dies down, Richard asks the crowd "Did we give you The Feels there?"

Geez, man.

Nice shot.

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Posted: Aug 9, 2023 - 7:52pm

 Antigone wrote:

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss last evening 


The last concert before the Rona was Plant and band at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass weekend. (Also saw Mike Nesmith, Judy Collins, Joan Osborne, Dave Bromberg…I so love that weekend)

Plant KICKED ASS and, if I never go to another Hardly Strictly, it was a fine finish. He knew what the audience wanted, and delivered!




coppercoop



Posted: Aug 9, 2023 - 3:29pm

I saw Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit at ArtPark in Lewiston NY.  Great venue for a fantastic show on a warm summer night.  SG Goodman opened up and she was great.  I always love it when I come away from a show with more music to discover.  SG really delivered!



ShakyJake



Posted: Jul 16, 2023 - 8:17pm

I saw Thievery Corporation in Napa at the end May. They were fantastic! I thank RadioParadise for introducing me to their music.
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Posted: May 19, 2023 - 7:57am

 Antigone wrote:

googling now!
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Posted: May 19, 2023 - 7:51am

 Antigone wrote:
Robert Plant and Alison Krause last evening ... simply AMAZING. Last night of this leg of their tour. Both in fine voice and Alison dueting on fiddle was stunning. Great band (the drummer was awesome). Nice venue. And the opening band did NOT suck!
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Posted: May 19, 2023 - 6:56am

 lily34 wrote:


WOW!! i'm so glad it was great! who opened?



JD McPherson

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