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O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: crawdaddy ()
Date: June 15, 2021 01:58

Your best gig or gigs, or experiences, about going to a Rolling Stones show........or any other Band..........or anyone else. smiling smiley

Got loads of live videos I've taken over the years, but not many on youtube etc.

Off the top of my head it's gotta be the four Stones gigs in Brazil 2016 in Rio, Sao Paulo and Porto Alegre.

Starting beginning of February when I arrived in Rio, to second week in March, when I went back to U.K.

Met so many Stones fans again, and also more new friends from South America and all over the world, for the first time.

The two gigs at The Point in Dublin in September 2003 were also highlights, as the great fans from Ireland got me to the rail a metre or two from Keith, as they were taller than me and I could almost shake hands with Keith at times,but I knew he was busy doing what he does best. smileys with beer

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: noughties ()
Date: June 15, 2021 02:39

Pink Floyd 1994.

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: Midnight Toker ()
Date: June 15, 2021 02:41

Rolling Stones-1975,1994,1997
Led Zeppelin 1977
Queen- 1977,1978
Pink Floyd-1995
The Eagles-1994
Bruce Springsteen E Street Band-1980,1984
John Fogerty-1997
The Who-1980
The Kinks-1980
Roger Waters-2006,2012
Paul McCartney-2002,2013
U2-1992
ARMS Benefit for Ronnie Lane-1983
David Bowie-1990

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: bam ()
Date: June 15, 2021 03:06

1. Rolling Stones and Stevie Wonder, Chicago, 1972.
2. Rolling Thunder Review, New Haven, 1975.
3. Bruce and the E Street Band, Music Hall, Boston, 1977.
4. RRHOF 25th anniversary concert, night 1, NY 2009.
5. Bridge School benefit, Mountain View, Cal., 1999.

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: June 15, 2021 03:33

There have been many great and memorable shows in my life, in fact most have been great and memorable for one reason or another.
Here's a short list that comes to mind, in no particular order

- Pink Floyd, The Wall, L.A. Sports Arena, 1980 (twice)
- The Clash, Santa Monica Civic, 1980 (GA up close in the thick of it)
- Stones L.A. Coliseum, 1981 (twice)
- Stones, Vredenburg, Utrecht, and Stockholm Cirkus, 2003 (front center for both)
- Stones w/Mick Taylor, Staples Center #2, 2013
- Jethro Tull, Santa Monica Civic, 1979 (first time ever front row center)
- Bluesbreakers reunion with Mick Taylor, the Roxy, LA, 1982 (front center)
- Bob Dylan at newly renovated Wiltern Theater, 2003 (all three nights in the Pit)
- Stevie Ray Vaughan - Wiltern Theater, 1987
- Jeff Beck w/ ZZ Top, Greek Theater (including Jeff Beck soundcheck) 2014
- ARMS Benefit (w/Clapton, Beck, Page, etc.), 1983
- Neil Young w/Crazy Horse- Universal Ampitheater, 1986
- Us Festival '83 - all 3 days and nights
- Desert Trip '16 - all three days and nights both weekends (Pit wkd. #2)
- Stones - Chicago #2, Santa Clara (Pit), Pasadena, Glendale (Pit), 2019
- The Dillards- Lincoln Jr. High Auditorium some time in the early '80's...bluegrass at it's finest.

And so many more....including some really great Steve Winwood shows...and Johnny Winter shows...and Who shows...

EDIT: Forgot to add the next Stones show I attend which I can predict with almost 100% certainty will be great and memorable...if in fact there is one...

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Rip this joint, gonna save your soul, round and round and round we go......



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Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: custom55 ()
Date: June 15, 2021 03:40

Floyd DSOTM tour 1973 - Roosevelt Stadium NJ
Ziggy Stardust tour 1973 - Radio City NY
Led Zep HOTH tour 1973 - MSG NY
Tull A Passion Play tour 1973 - MSG NY
The Who Quadrophenia tour - 1973 Spectrum Philly PA
Black Sabbath Tour 1975 - Convention Hall Asbury Park NJ
The Rolling Stones 1975 tour - MSG NY
Floyd Animals Tour 1977 - MSG NY

most recent:

Tool tour 2019 Prudential Center, Newark NJ



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Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: crawdaddy ()
Date: June 15, 2021 04:23

Off the top of my head, the last show in Brazil 2016 at Porto Alegre as it was so differant with the pouring rain, and Ruby Tuesday live as well.

Mick Keith,Ronnie and Sasha got really ,really damp out there, but what a great gig.
Myself and English buddy Paul Boyd, were still drinking and eating with our South American friends ,Cristiano,Marcello and many more, till gone 5a.m.in the morning.
The rain just came down even more after the gig and we were all soaking wet by the time we got to the restaurant,and eventually got back to our hotel about 6a.m.

A really great night with so many Rolling Stones fans.




Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: Chacho ()
Date: June 15, 2021 05:26

1. The Rolling Stones: Moby Gym Arena, Fort Collins Colo, 11-7-1969
-- The Rolling Stones: Denver Coliseum, Denver Colo, 6-16-1972
-- The Rolling Stones: Cotton Bowl, Dallas Texas, 7-6-1975
-- The Rolling Stones: Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia PA, 9-26-1981
2. Muddy Waters: The Stanhope House, Stanhope NJ, 3-25-1981
3. Grateful Dead: Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley CA, 8-14-1971
-- Grateful Dead: Boulder Colorado, Summer of 1970
4. Bruce Springsteen: Madison Square Garden, NYC, 8-21-1978
-- Bruce Springsteen: Madison Sqiare Garden, NYC, 11-28-1980
5. Johnny Cash: Moby Gym Arena, Fort Collins Colorado, 5-13-1970
6. Willie Nelson: Huguenot NY, date unknown 1997 to 1999
7. Johnny Winter: Central Park, NYC, 7-27-1980
-- Johnny Winter: Pier 84, Manhattan NY, 8-19-1981
8. Stevie Ray Vaughan: The Chance, Poughkeepsie NY, 4-28-1984
9. Jefferson Airplane: Boulder Colorado, Spring of 1970
10. The Who: Madison Square Garden, NYC, 6-16-1979
11. Stevie Wonder: Denver Coliseum, Denver Colorado, 6-16-1972
12. Leon Russel: Huguenot, NY, date unknown 1997 to 1999

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: jbwelda ()
Date: June 15, 2021 06:00

Ernest Ranglin 80th birthday celebration backed by Vinyl at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco

Nelson Mandella freedom celebration in Oakland and a month later in Kingston JA.

Foundation and Donovan at the Divis (ex-Kennel Club) in SF, two days after the 1989 earthquake.

Alton Ellis backed by Robotiks with Mad Professor Neil Frazer mixing at Slims in SF.

Grateful Dead at the Family Dog at the Beach sometime in the early 70s

Grateful Dead Wall of Sound soundcheck, Cow Palace, SF

Rolling Stones, Oakland Coliseum 1969 with Altamont shortly afterwards.

Bunny Wailers at Merritt college I think it was, 1989 or so.

Gregory Isaacs at Berkeley Community Theatre around 83 or so.

Jaco Pastorius benefit show at Omni disco in Oakland, CA, with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Bob Weir, Kenny Gradney and Richie Hayward from Little Feat, Carlos Santana and I forget who all else.

Burning Spear at the Stone, SF

So many shows at the Keystone family of clubs in the bay area, cannot even remember them all.

The original (English) beat at the Century Theatre on Market St SF, normally a strip joint and porn flick palace.

The Who and Iron Butterfly at Memorial Auditorium Sacramento in about 68

The Cure also at Memorial Auditorium some many years later.

Stones at Memorial Aud 65 and 66

plenty more where those came from.

jb



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Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: Strike ()
Date: June 15, 2021 06:15

Prince Aftershow London 2007, the concert of my life. Started at 2.30 in the night and went on till 5.30 in the morning. Unbelievable, I still have goosebumps all over thinking back. There have been maybe 200-300 people and I was standing right next to him and Marceo, he was nothing but a genius..
I have seen hundreds of concerts over the last 40 years but nothing comes close.

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: jbwelda ()
Date: June 15, 2021 06:23

Funny you bring that up, Strike, I was just about to play this Prince afterparty record I got some time back. Looking forward to it especially with your comments in mind.

jb

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 15, 2021 08:03

I've seen the Stones a few times.

I've seen The Cult more.

The 1989 Stones show I saw was incredible.

VOODOO tour? No. Stones by numbers boring.


The Cult's ELECTRIC 13 tour was insane.

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: June 15, 2021 09:01

I'm doing this from memory, so the dates are a bit sketchy...
1981 Powder Blues Band
1981 The Kinks, Pacific Coliseum Vancouver
1982 Doug & the Slugs
1983 Headpins
1983 The Kinks, Vancouver
1984 Pretenders b/w Iggy Pop.
1986 BB King at the Club Plazazz, North Vancouver
1986 REM at UBC Stadium Vancouver...wow.
1987 U2 Joshua Tree in Vancouver "40" was the last song in the encore.
1988 Midnight Oil, Vancouver the Orpheum
1988 Robert Plant
1989 Steel Wheels 2 shows in Vancouver
1990 Paul Simon, Vancouver
1991 U2 Achtung Baby, Vancouver.
1992 Guns'n'Roses Vancouver (pretty good...well, ok)
1994 Voodoo Lounge Tour, Vancouver
1996 Radiohead opening for Foo Fighters (left during Foo Fighters set. No comparison)
1997 I think - Lenny Kravitz at Expo Site outdoor show, Vancouver.
1997 RS @ Dodgers Stadium
1998 Bob Dylan in Vancouver
1998 RS Vancouver
2006 Beck in Toronto, opening for RS.
2006 RS in Toronto.
2006 RS in Vancouver
2006 Tony Bennett Vancouver, The Orpheum
2007 Paul Anka Ford Centre, Vancouver
2008 John Mellencamp/Tom Cochrane (2nd row...amazing and Tom Cochrane was better)
2008 Duffy, Orpheum Vancouver
2008 New York Dolls Vancouver, Plaza Club
2012 Paul McCartney Vancouver
2012 Rolling Stones PAY PER VIEW! yeah baby, that was a good show.
2013 RS in Toronto
2014 Chilliwack in East Vancouver
2014 Trooper at Vancouver Grey Cup Party
2014-15 Sting and Robert Plant at Queen E theatre, Prince at GM Place
2018 John Fogerty, Abbotsford
2018 Bush, STP, Cult (BUSH ROCKED...STP was serviceable, CULT, well, sucked)
2018 John Mellencamp, Abbotsford
2019 Rolling Stones Seattle, Century Link Field
2021 RS, (I think...I mean if it pans out)
2022 Herb Alpert, Chan Centre Vancouver (I hope it's good!)
3 Ac/DC shows...all great, couldn't tell you when.

Shows I hated, 1988 Bob Dylan, 1988 The Who, Clapton (early 90s), Dire Straits (1987?), ZZ Top (1984), Lady Gaga 2016?, Meatloaf 2018?, Ozzy Osbourne (twice, free tickets - please, never again), Samantha Fox (Hamburg, 1987), Van Morrison 1998 (on the Dylan show I loved), U2 1998 Lemon tour, Meatloaf Abbotsford 2017 or 2018, still trying to forget, Colin James 1988 Commodore Ballroom, Foreigner, Commodore Ballroom Vancouver (forget the year, mostly forgot the show, thank goodness - disclaimer, free tix).



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Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: slewan ()
Date: June 15, 2021 09:24

Bob Dylan: Cardiff 23.9.2000

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: frankotero ()
Date: June 15, 2021 10:32

Page and Plant Milano 1998.

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: Silver Dagger ()
Date: June 15, 2021 11:29

Flamin' Groovies/Ramones/Stranglers - Roundhouse July 4 76. The birth of punk in the UK
The Rolling Stones - Wembley Sept 73
The Who - Sundown Edmonton Dec 73
The Sex Pistols - Brunel University Dec 77
The Clash - The Rainbow 78
Patti Smith - Roundhouse May 76
Bruce Springsteen - Hammersmith Odeon Nov 75 - I was taking pictures on stage!
Led Zeppelin - Earls Court (twice)
Pink Floyd - Earls Court May 73
Genesis - Drury Lane Jan 74
Bob Dylan - Blackbushe 78
Bob Marley and The Wailers - Rainbow June 77
The Rolling Stones - Shepherds Bush Empire July 99

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: MadMax ()
Date: June 15, 2021 13:26

Rolling Stones, Cirkus Stockholm 2003

Oasis, Sjöhistoriska Stockholm 1996

Bob Dylan, Lund 2017

Rolling Stones, Paris 2017

Oasis, Houston Texas 2006



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Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Date: June 15, 2021 13:34

Rolling Stones, Rotterdam 1973.

Jack Bruce/Mick Taylor, Pinkpop 1975.

ABBA, Brussels (yes) 1979.

Julian Bream, Conservatory Brussels, 1980

King Crimson, Nijmegen 1984.

Mahavishnu, The Hague 1986.

Allan Holdsworth, Frankfurt 1987.

Pat Metheny, Eindhoven 2010.

Jeff Beck, Utrecht 2015.

And many other (smaller) gigs.


* I have seen Spandau Ballet in a club in Croydon, London 1979, just before they scored their first hits. I wasn't very impressed.



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Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: MisterO ()
Date: June 15, 2021 14:14

The New Barbarians- Madison Garden, 1979

Rolling Stones - Brendan Byrne Arena, New Jersey, 1981. Recorded for "Lets Spend The Night Together".

Bruce Springsteen- Giants Stadium 1984

Live Aid Concert- JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, 1985

Chuck Berry with special guest Ronnie Wood- The Ritz, NYC, 1986

Chicago- PNC Arts Center, New Jersey, 2003

Paul McCartney- Giants Stadium, 2017



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Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: RockingLonestar ()
Date: June 15, 2021 14:18

more recently....
Mike Zito (with Jeremiah Johnston) 2019
Mike Zito (with Bernard Allison & Vanja Sky) 2018
Rolling Stones 2017
Royal Southern Brotherhood (with Samantha Fish) 2014
Rolling Stones 2014
Blackberry Smoke 2014
Bonnie Raitt 2013
John Fogerty 2008
Rolling Stones 2003 (Munich Olympia-Halle, Olympia-Stadion, Circus Krone)

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: RockingLonestar ()
Date: June 15, 2021 14:25

once upon a time...

Eric Clapton 1994 From The Cradle Tour
Texas 1989 & 1991 & 1993
John Hiatt with Sonny Landreth 1989
Ry Cooder 1980 & 1987
David Lindley & El Rayo-X 1983
Little Feat 1990 & 1975
Muddy Waters 1978 & 1979
David Bowie 1978 & 1983
Joan Armatrading 1980,1981,1983
Kinks 1977,78,79,80,82
Who 1976, 79, 80

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Date: June 15, 2021 14:45

A private show with Dan Baird & Homemade Sin.

Some bands play all their hits on occasions like these. Dan brought out the more obscure stuff. Brilliant! thumbs up


Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: tatters ()
Date: June 15, 2021 14:47

The five that really stand out in my mind, either because of the greatness of the performances, or just because I remember having had a really good time are:

The Who at Madison Square Garden (1979)
Pink Floyd at Yankee Stadium (1994)
Rolling Stones at Pontiac Silverdome (1997)
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant at The Palace of Auburn Hills (1998)
Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood in Columbus, Ohio (2009)

There's a bunch of others that I remember fondly, either for personal reasons (like getting to play a kazoo solo at an Ian Anderson solo concert) or because I witnessed something rare and unusual (like seeing 3 members of The Velvet Underground performing together), but the five I listed above are always the ones that come to mind when I think of the "best" concerts I've ever been to.

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: SomeTorontoGirl ()
Date: June 15, 2021 15:44

Quote
treaclefingers
…1982 Doug & the Slugs…
Shows I hated,… still trying to forget, Colin James 1988 Commodore Ballroom,.

Doug and the Slugs!?!? Only a Canuck…! grinning smiley
Too bad about Colin James. I saw him a few years ago and he was great. Maybe worth another go.


Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: stickyfingers101 ()
Date: June 15, 2021 16:03

Quote
MadMax
Rolling Stones, Cirkus Stockholm 2003

Oasis, Sjöhistoriska Stockholm 1996

Bob Dylan, Lund 2017

Rolling Stones, Paris 2017

Oasis Hamburg, 2003

Cirkus Stockholm was epic.

Gn'R - 1990....when Axl was on, he was unstoppable & Slash is always worth the price of admission....Izzy was still in the band. Good times.

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: NashvilleBlues ()
Date: June 15, 2021 16:39

Jealous of those who saw bands in their prime in the 60’s and 70’s. Born in 1978, my first show was in 1994.

Here is my first and other favorites:

Pearl Jam. Murphy Center. Murfreesboro, TN. 3/26/94 (Only show ever I thought I was going to be crushed or swallowed up by the crowd. Survival mode. Packed like sardines. It’s on YouTube. Crowd moving in waves. Frightening)

Foo Fighters. Disc Exchange. Knoxville, TN. 4/11/00 (Last minute, free record store show. Covered Pink Floyd’s Have a Cigar. Cool setlist. Check it out)

Tool. Tabernacle. Atlanta. 5/15/01 (Sold out in less than 3 minutes back when you had to by tickets in person. First Tool show in a while. Live debut of most of Lateralus, which was released this day)

Bob Dylan. Ryman. Nashville. 9/20/07 (Only time he ever played Outlaw Blues, and he played it with Jack White)

GNR. Bridgestone. Nashville. 12/4/11 (Classic Axl, late af. Great show, though. Played Civil War for the first time in 14 years)

Roger Waters. Bridgestone. Nashville. 6/19/12 (Wall tour. Saw with dad)

Paul McCartney. Bridgestone. Nashville. 10/16/14

Foo Fighters. Ryman. 10/31/14 (Halloween show with band in Kiss makeup. Covered War Pigs. Debut of Congregation- written and recorded in Nashville for Sonic Hwy)

Stones. LP Field (now Nissan Stadium), Nashville. 6/17/15 (First Stones show)

Alice In Chains. Ryman. 8/17/15 (Front row. Jerry Cantrell saw me singing Brother, smiled and tossed me a pick. One of the coolest/nicest guys in rock. One of my guitar heroes)

Neil Young. Ascend Amphitheater. Nashville. 4/28/16

Soundgarden. Beale St. Music Fest. Memphis. 5/7/17 (Ten days before Chris Cornell’s death)

Stones. FedEx Field. Landover, MD. 7/3/19 (Mercy, Mercy for the first time in 50 years)

Band you’ve never heard of: Stallion. The Boro (dive bar). Murfreesboro, TN. Date unknown (Singer/guitarist played like a man possessed. Most electrifying live show I’ve seen. It was unreal)



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Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: June 15, 2021 17:01

Quote
SomeTorontoGirl
Quote
treaclefingers
…1982 Doug & the Slugs…
Shows I hated,… still trying to forget, Colin James 1988 Commodore Ballroom,.

Doug and the Slugs!?!? Only a Canuck…! grinning smiley
Too bad about Colin James. I saw him a few years ago and he was great. Maybe worth another go.

yeah, it was a disappointment...not saying he's not good, just that it was a lame show.

Doug and the Slugs...hardest working band in show business (RIP Doug).

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: DaveG ()
Date: June 15, 2021 17:56

Rolling Stones, LA Forum 1969. Probably the best concert I’ve ever attended

The Beatles Dodger Stadium 1966. Only because it was the Beatles.

Cream and Deep Purple, LA Forum 1968

Led Zeppelin and Jethro Tull, San Bernardino 1969. Recently found a bootleg.

Newport ‘69, Northridge, California. A 3-day festival. I remember seeing Jimi Hendrix, Booker T & The MG’s, Johnny Winter, Tull, Creedence, Three Dog Night, Chambers Brothers, and many more. Lots of fun.

Ten Years After, Quicksilver Messenger Service, LA 1970

Too many more to mention . . .

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: Bungo ()
Date: June 15, 2021 18:27

Stones (Steel Wheels tour)
David Bowie (Diamond Dogs Tour)
Sex Pistols American Tour (w/ Sid Vicious)
Dire Straits (Bros in Arms Tour)
Alice Cooper (Love it to Death tour)
Lou Reed (Sally Can't Dance tour)
Dwight Yoakam (This Time tour)
Eagles (Desperado tour)
Ramones
Roxy Music (Siren tour)
Steppenwolf (7 tour)
Boston (w/ Brad Delp)
Steve Earle & The Dukes (first club tour after getting out of prison)
Yes (Fragile tour)

Plenty of others but those are my faves.

Re: O.T. Your best live gigs you have been to.
Posted by: liddas ()
Date: June 15, 2021 19:05

Rolling Stones play in a different league. For purely sentimental reasons, even their worst concert is still better than the best of the rest.

On my book, Milano 2003 is by far the wildest Stones concert experience I've had!


As for the others, I've been lucky to see a huge number of wonderful concerts. Maily in Milano.

Caetano Veloso Gilberto Gil - Villa Arconati 2015

Love Gilberto Gil. And Veloso is a legend. The two together was a dream come true.


Cat Power - Villa Arconati 2008

Did it ever happen to you to fall in love with the music AND the artist at the same time?

Well, that night it happened to me!


Black Crowes Hammerstein Ballroom NY 2005

Huge Crowes fan and huge Marc Ford fan. Was lucky to get to see them in this special place in NY. Simply great. And they covered Torn and Frayed!!


John Williams - Teatro Dal Verme Milano 2003

John Williams was into African music at the time. Remember one song in particular. A sort of Maggot Brain with African percussions. Up there with the best performances I've ever witnessed!


MAnu Chao - Università Statale Milano 2001

Improvisated gig. A short acoustic set played for a very small audience. I've been a fan of MAnu Chao ever since!

Iggy Pop - Alacatraz Milano 1999

Encores lasted more than the concert itself. Over 1 hour of Iggy Pop / Stooges greatest hits. More or less 800 people in the room. Most of them were dancing on the stage during the enocres!

To date, the loudest concert I've ever been to!

Aleksandar Serdar - Conservatorio 1999

Young pianist from Serbia. Last minute replacement of a big name that had to play that night.
Usually in these cases most of the crowd leave the house after the first set.
No early exits this time!

One of the longest standing ovations I've seen tributed to a rookie!



Andy Summers - Scimmie 1998

I am a huge fan of the police and andy summers in particular. Just imagine seeing him in a small place, maybe not more than 20 people in the house!


The Cult - City Square 1994

Second time I saw the cult live. First time was not impressed. This time they had a second guitartist to help, and they delivered!!

Pearl Jam City Square 1992

Basically Ten, their firts record, live, in a small club packed with models ...

Tin Machine - Smeraldo 1991

David Bowies intellectual punk project of the early 90s

Incredible!

Prince 1987

Sign o the times tour. Still can't belive how great it was!

C

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