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RE: Who you seeing? - 17/6/2012 10:32:31 PM   
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Currently booked for rest of 2012:

Bruce Springsteen - Stadium of Light
Atlas Sound - Scala
Afghan Whigs - Koko
Jens Lekman - The Haunt, Brighton
Dirty Projectors - Roundhouse
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Forum
Kurt Vile - Forum

With loads more I want to add!


Really want to go to that (amazingly it's still not sold out) but I'm waiting for the fixture list to come out and praying that Newcastle aren't playing at home that day.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 17/6/2012 10:39:07 PM   
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The Walkmen in Glasgow in October...

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RE: Who you seeing? - 22/6/2012 12:40:52 PM   
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Currently booked for this year:

Refused @ Manchester Academy - 14th August
New Found Glory + Less Than Jake + The Story So Far + Man Overboard @ Manchester Academy - 5th November
Frank Turner @ Sheffield Academy - 19th November

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RE: Who you seeing? - 26/6/2012 9:00:19 PM   
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17th August in Belfast with Sharky and TK!! Can't flipping wait

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RE: Who you seeing? - 26/6/2012 10:58:20 PM   
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I have Steel Panther in Brixton this November.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 27/6/2012 4:49:22 PM   
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Gaslight Anthem in October!

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RE: Who you seeing? - 27/6/2012 6:42:14 PM   
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RE: Who you seeing? - 28/6/2012 1:07:49 PM   
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Aphex Twin at the Barbican in October.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 28/6/2012 2:58:34 PM   
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Action Bronson next Wednesday

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RE: Who you seeing? - 6/7/2012 11:59:40 AM   
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Unsane and Big Business tonight.
Which means I'll be deaf tomorrow.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 15/7/2012 10:36:47 AM   
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Wast at Bruce Springsteen at Hard Rock Calling last night. What can I say. What do you say when you see your two musical heroes on stage playing together? Not many people will ever get to see that in their life. When I say it was a dream come true, it doesn't do it justice. I never dreamt that I would see Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen live in their own right let alone together! I cried so much joy I couldn't tell if it was tears or rain.

Other highlights include John Fogerty coming on stage to sing The Promised Land with Bruce. Nils Lofgren absolutely ripping it up on Because The Night. Never seen him play like that, it was incredible! Getting to hear Spirit In The Night, my absolutely favourite Springsteen song live with Jake Clemons being just amazing on the sax. And Tom Morello joining Bruce on stage for The Ghost Of Tom Joad was definitely a highlight. That man can play.

Jake Clemons was amazing. He stayed up in the horns section most of the gig. Probably not wanting to stand in the place of Big C. There was a beautiful bit during My City Of Ruins where Bruce paid tribute to him without even speaking his name. 'He is here and you know how I know he's here? Because I can hear him in all of your voices'. During the sax solo of Born To Run, his face was gorgeous. He was playing that for one man and the look of pride on his face brought tears to my eyes. Again.

And of course Paul. What an amazing surprise. Nobody in the crowd saw that coming and place just went crazy. Well I did at least! He came on and sang I Saw Her Standing There which is the song that my other half first sang and continues to sing to me so it was special in more ways than one. Twist and Shout was amazing.

A lot has been said for cutting the power. It's such a shame that he couldn't wrap up such an incredible gig. I'm annoyed at that. It should never have happened. Steve Van Zandt said they would've been off by 11pm but I didn't want to miss any of the gig and I had to be back at Fenchurch Street Station for ten to midnight. As would a lot of people probably need to get to train stations and so on. It was a rude way of ending such a fucking tremendous gig, but someone has to stop the man! He is the very definition of unstoppable!

Amazing night, amazing memories which I will hold for a lifetime.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 15/7/2012 1:14:35 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: steffols

Wast at Bruce Springsteen at Hard Rock Calling last night. What can I say. What do you say when you see your two musical heroes on stage playing together? Not many people will ever get to see that in their life. When I say it was a dream come true, it doesn't do it justice. I never dreamt that I would see Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen live in their own right let alone together! I cried so much joy I couldn't tell if it was tears or rain.

Other highlights include John Fogerty coming on stage to sing The Promised Land with Bruce. Nils Lofgren absolutely ripping it up on Because The Night. Never seen him play like that, it was incredible! Getting to hear Spirit In The Night, my absolutely favourite Springsteen song live with Jake Clemons being just amazing on the sax. And Tom Morello joining Bruce on stage for The Ghost Of Tom Joad was definitely a highlight. That man can play.

Jake Clemons was amazing. He stayed up in the horns section most of the gig. Probably not wanting to stand in the place of Big C. There was a beautiful bit during My City Of Ruins where Bruce paid tribute to him without even speaking his name. 'He is here and you know how I know he's here? Because I can hear him in all of your voices'. During the sax solo of Born To Run, his face was gorgeous. He was playing that for one man and the look of pride on his face brought tears to my eyes. Again.

And of course Paul. What an amazing surprise. Nobody in the crowd saw that coming and place just went crazy. Well I did at least! He came on and sang I Saw Her Standing There which is the song that my other half first sang and continues to sing to me so it was special in more ways than one. Twist and Shout was amazing.

A lot has been said for cutting the power. It's such a shame that he couldn't wrap up such an incredible gig. I'm annoyed at that. It should never have happened. Steve Van Zandt said they would've been off by 11pm but I didn't want to miss any of the gig and I had to be back at Fenchurch Street Station for ten to midnight. As would a lot of people probably need to get to train stations and so on. It was a rude way of ending such a fucking tremendous gig, but someone has to stop the man! He is the very definition of unstoppable!

Amazing night, amazing memories which I will hold for a lifetime.


One thing I like about Broooce is his ability to take what coming from anyone else would sound like sentimental tripe and make it genuinely heartfelt. There aren't many artists of his wealth and stature who really mean it, man, but it's quite clear he does. A mate of mine was there last night and he texted saying that seeing Springsteen live 'makes you realise what an insultingly worthless piece of shit someone Axl Rose is'. 'Nuff said.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 15/7/2012 10:05:17 PM   
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Absolutely. I love how he takes the time to talk to the crowd. Like properly talk to them, not just the usual 'greatest crowd' pish you usually get. One guy had a sign with an obscure track on it and various cities Bruce has played in the last few months crossed out where he hasn't played this song. Bruce took the sign said to the guy 'Tonight, you are gonna hear this damn thing'. It was amazing. The look on the mans face was magical, his life has clearly been made. The same for the little boy he got up on stage to sing Waitin' On A Sunny Day. It's stuff like this which makes him a legend.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 9/9/2012 7:49:43 PM   
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Factory Floor at the ICA next weekend
New Order at the Roseland Ballroom in NYC next month


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RE: Who you seeing? - 25/10/2012 3:22:26 PM   
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SOUNDGARDEN  Shepherds Bush Empire , 9/11/12

One of 3 gigs I have at Shepherds Bush before the year is through.

My remaining shows (so far) this year
LACUNA COIL  Koko 28/10/12
FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM Shepherds Bush 31/10/12
the above mentioned Soundgarden
NED'S ATOMIC DUSTBIN Wolverhampton Civic 1/12/12
SLEIGH THE UK (The Wonder Stuff, Pop Will Eat Itself, Jesus Jones) Shepherds Bush 19/12/12

Its like the 90's all over again!

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RE: Who you seeing? - 25/10/2012 7:14:07 PM   
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Twin Atlantic at Glasgow's Barrowlands tomorrow night .

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RE: Who you seeing? - 25/10/2012 9:08:39 PM   
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Lacuna Coil, tomorrow at the Manchester Academy 2. (also got tickets for SKYFALL at the IMAX, but that isn't a gig, is it )

Carter USM, 9th November in Leeds.

The Levellers, twice, in Manchester and Nottingham.

New Model Army, 22 Dec, Nottingham.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 30/10/2012 2:50:48 PM   
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Beach House were pretty amazing last night. They only played Gila from their pre-Teen Dream albums but it was all good, pretty chocka with the best stuff - Zebra, 10 Mile Stereo, Myth, Lazuli, Wild, Real Love, Norway, Wishes, Silver Soul, Walk In The Park and Other People were all present and accounted for. Also very loud and Victoria appeared to be doing tai chi and karate at one point. The only song I wish they'd played was Take Care, but no complaints. Well, one complaint - the support, Holy Other, was fucking awful.*



*I know many people like house/garage music, but watching a guy who never looked up or acknowledged the crowd twiddle his knobs and bob his head for 45 minutes at the same deathly slow tempo was what I imagine Guantanamo to be. The crowd cheered every time they thought he was finishing up, only for him to start up the same beat again, and you could hear the collective groan. When he did finally put us out of our misery, he switched off his panels and stomped off the stage without a word. I can only assume Beach House were trolling everyone with that choice.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 2/11/2012 12:06:21 PM   
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The Stone Roses in Finsbury Park next June.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 4/11/2012 11:37:11 PM   
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quote:

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I have Steel Panther in Brixton this November.




Booked tickets for Stone Roses and - even better - Bon Jovi for next summer.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 4/11/2012 11:57:42 PM   
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Actually it's Hammersmith.

Good job I remembered that before the gig.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 5/11/2012 10:29:27 AM   
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On Sunday I will be seeing a band called Walking Papers play the 100 Club in Tottenham Court Road. They're a blues rock band composed of Seattle songwriter/singer/guitarist Jeff Angell, keyboardist Ben Richardson, bassist Duff McKagan (from Guns N' Roses), and drummer Barrett Martin (from Screaming Trees). Sometimes Pearl Jam's Mike McCready also plays with them (he played on two tracks on their debut album), but I doubt he'll be part of the UK tour. Should be interesting.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 14/11/2012 4:57:31 PM   
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Well after The Killers left the stage early last night, I'm now awaiting a rescheduled date for some time in 2013. But in the meantime, I'll mostly be seeing:

Gotye
Rob Zombie/Marilyn Manson (Twins of Evil Tour)
Crystal Castles
Gary Numan
Rufus Wainwright
Mika
Ellie Goulding
Foals
Girls Aloud
P!nk
Lana Del Rey


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RE: Who you seeing? - 14/11/2012 9:34:53 PM   
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Haven't done one of these in a while. My gig list would be...

Imagine Dragons @ Nice'n'Sleazy
Crystal Castles @ ABC
The Black Keys @ Aircraft Hangar
Foals @ ABC
Sigur Ros @ Aircraft Hangar
Stone Roses & Primal Screen @ Glasgow Green

I live in Edinburgh, yet every single one of those gigs are along the M8. Says it all about the live music scene here.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 15/11/2012 1:15:21 PM   
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To finish off the year:

2 December - Evan Dando & Juliana Hatfield - Manchester Academy 2
14 December - Skindred - Wrexham Central Station
18 December - Cancer Bats - Liverpool Academy 2

And kicking off 2013

18 February - Deftones - Manchester Academy

(Although Brad at the Academy may be squeezed in before that if my mate ever makes his mind up if he wants to come!)

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RE: Who you seeing? - 15/11/2012 1:56:33 PM   
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To finish off the year:

2 December - Evan Dando & Juliana Hatfield - Manchester Academy 2




Evan Dando is fantastic live. Saw him a few years ago with whatever incarnation of The Lemonheads was doing the rounds then, he was great, knew how to be on stage, took requests from the crowd, etc. Great time.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 15/11/2012 7:23:30 PM   
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quote:

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Evan Dando is fantastic live. Saw him a few years ago with whatever incarnation of The Lemonheads was doing the rounds then, he was great, knew how to be on stage, took requests from the crowd, etc. Great time.


Saw him with the latest version of Lemonheads last December when they played "Ray" in full. Was indeed great.

Been wanting to see Juliana for years, so made up to finally get the chance.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 16/11/2012 9:23:28 AM   
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Killers - Wembley - June

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RE: Who you seeing? - 16/11/2012 9:46:34 AM   
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Destroyer last night. Pretty great. I knew shag all of them other than the track Kaputt but we took a chance and it paid off.

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RE: Who you seeing? - 16/11/2012 11:07:19 AM   
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Last night's Steel Panther gig at the Hammersmith Apollo was excellent fun. Very loud and very funny.

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