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18 ***days ***ago
rbk
It's a fun show, worth the time and money spent if you don't take it too seriously. I saw them a few years ago without Perry who'd just had a heart attack. Alice plays Alice mostly strutting around with a fencing sword and Depp plays a rock star acting like he's playing guitar pretty convincingly. The set list is Classic Rock 101.
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22 ***days ***ago
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BLACK ANVIL "Regenisis." Happy Monday music. :-)
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27 ***days ***ago
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Quotetreaclefingers QuoteGetYerAngie Quoterolling1us QuoteDoxa Quoterbk Seventeen songs is TOO MANY! You'd think they'd have learned that with Voodoo and A Bigger Bang. 4-5 of the seventeen won't be nearly as good and will drag down the whole effort. But shouldn't we first hear the album in order to say if there are too many songs or not... - Doxa Completely agree with
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28 ***days ***ago
rbk
Seventeen songs is TOO MANY! You'd think they'd have learned that with Voodoo and A Bigger Bang. 4-5 of the seventeen won't be nearly as good and will drag down the whole effort.
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2 ***months ***ago
rbk
Alice Cooper tomorrow night. Iron Maiden in about ten days.
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2 ***months ***ago
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The regular cutaways to a vapid looking Jerry Hall with her mouth hanging half open were my fave parts.
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2 ***months ***ago
rbk
They filmed the Hard Rock Hotel show last year. They only played 17 songs but did so impeccably. A recording/video would provide a perfect summation of the last two tours (with Jordan).
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2 ***months ***ago
rbk
Suzi Quatro "Bad Moon Rising." Sublime.
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3 ***months ***ago
rbk
QuotePaddy Slane 2007 was a bit of a mud bath. Not as bad as Alpine Valley in 1989. Chicago 2006 was cold but not below freezing. It just seemed like it. Washington DC, opening night in '94. Steamy temps were still in the upper 80s(F) when it ended.
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3 ***months ***ago
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In recent years every city has gotten a song unique to that city within the tour. I saw them do "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" in Detroit and "Harlem Shuffle" in Newark for example. It's a nice way to placate the ardent fans while giving everyone else the 16 warhorses they paid for.
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4 ***months ***ago
rbk
Ticketmaster DID NOT create "dynamic pricing" out of whole cloth and simply decide to foist it on an unsuspecting world. Artists and promoters have long been in search of a method to defeat scalpers and ultimately, unable to beat them they decided to join them. The logic is irrefutable: if people are going to pay scalpers big money why shouldn't the artists and promoters i.e. THE R
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteNashvilleBlues Quoterbk Ticketmaster DOES NOT determine what a band charges much as you'd like to think your rock and roll heroes have your best interests in mind. As much as people like to beat up on Ticketmaster they are only providing a service priced in relation to what the (price determined BY THE ARTIST) ticket costs. Apparently artists, management, venues and promoters sometim
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4 ***months ***ago
rbk
Ticketmaster DOES NOT determine what a band charges much as you'd like to think your rock and roll heroes have your best interests in mind. As much as people like to beat up on Ticketmaster they are only providing a service priced in relation to what the (price determined BY THE ARTIST) ticket costs. Apparently artists, management, venues and promoters sometimes have, and continue to, wor
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteNashvilleBlues Quoterbk QuoteNashvilleBlues Quoterbk QuoteNashvilleBlues Quotebye bye johnny Updating earlier post, Wells Fargo Center ticket prices are indeed $59.50 - $399.50 Thanks. I can’t think of anyone other than The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney who charge that much for face value tickets. Am I missing someone? Recently? The Who, Eagles, Clapton and Genesis for starters.
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteNashvilleBlues Quoterbk QuoteNashvilleBlues Quotebye bye johnny Updating earlier post, Wells Fargo Center ticket prices are indeed $59.50 - $399.50 Thanks. I can’t think of anyone other than The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney who charge that much for face value tickets. Am I missing someone? Recently? The Who, Eagles, Clapton and Genesis for starters. Really? Seven price levels
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4 ***months ***ago
rbk
QuoteNashvilleBlues Quotebye bye johnny Updating earlier post, Wells Fargo Center ticket prices are indeed $59.50 - $399.50 Thanks. I can’t think of anyone other than The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney who charge that much for face value tickets. Am I missing someone? Recently? The Who, Eagles, Clapton and Genesis for starters.
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4 ***months ***ago
rbk
QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteTopi Best of luck! Just saw the pricing for Philly which may indicate US pricing across the board. Quote Floor GA (No Seat) $399.50 Floor Reserved Seat $399.50 Lower $399.50 Club $399.50 Floor Reserved Seat $299.50 Lower $299.50 Club $299.50 Lower $249.50 Club $249.50 Upper $249.50 Upper $199.50 Upper $149.50 Upper $129.50 Upper $99.50 Upper $59.50
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4 ***months ***ago
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LOL. The only time I ever saw a Stones show shortened for weather was Chicago '06 when the temperature was in the range of 7 degrees Celsius and Mick complained he "couldn't feel his feet." Opening night in DC in '94 was likewise brutally hot with a healthy dose of humidity added to the mix. They played 27 songs however.
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4 ***months ***ago
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Quotebye bye johnny QuoteTopi Just saw the pricing for Philly which may indicate US pricing across the board. No ticket prices are listed on the venue website: The guy that posted the prices above has some kind of Wells Fargo Center "Premium" membership (notice the highlighted gold lettering at the bottom)that allowed him to see the the ticket prices. He copied and pasted that pa
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4 ***months ***ago
rbk
QuoteDiegoGlimmerStones An Harmonica solo on CYHMK would be great No, it would not. Micks honking never worked with the song. Better it be tighter with Karl and Ronnie.
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5 ***months ***ago
rbk
Quoteironbelly Quoterbk Jumping in late on this one. Is there a valid, historical reason for issuing this show? The Stones don’t get much more generic than they did at this point in their history. Guess it was the simplest way to fulfill their contract obligations. It would appear so.
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5 ***months ***ago
rbk
Jumping in late on this one. Is there a valid, historical reason for issuing this show? The Stones don’t get much more generic than they did at this point in their history.
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5 ***months ***ago
rbk
In recent years every city has gotten one rare song virtually exclusive to that show. OOT was probably intended as that one off but we’ll see.
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6 ***months ***ago
rbk
QuoteNashvilleBlues Quoterbk I don’t care if it $25 all in I’m still not going to Slipknot. Why don’t you tell me about some more bands you don’t want to see. No one cares. There are very good acts including Willie Nelson, Santana, The Who, Rod Stewart, Cheap Trick, etc. Take it or leave it. No one is making you go.[/ Not Slipknot or Willie and The Who aren’t coming to my town this tour. I w
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuotePaintMonkeyManBlack Quoteslewan right. Looking at the tour schedule I guess they pick one place where they stay during the tour and from where they fly to the shows. Best guess is London – two shows and international airports Not sure they ever done that. Pretty sure they will just stay a few days at every city. No.
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6 ***months ***ago
rbk
English band? The Cult have been based in LA for eons.
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6 ***months ***ago
rbk
I don’t care if it $25 all in I’m still not going to Slipknot.
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6 ***months ***ago
rbk
Standing, nosebleeds and lawn seats. LiveNation does this every year though it used to be $20. They gave up being in the music business ages ago and now make their money from fees and their cuts of the parking, beer and snacks - all money the bands can't touch. Presenting music is merely a means to that end and requires maximum attendees.
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7 ***months ***ago
rbk
It reminds me of the Speedy Rewards card my wife got at the gas station where she's filled up regularly for years. It took about 5-6 years but she finally accumulated enough points for a Diet Coke at no charge.
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7 ***months ***ago
rbk
As brilliant as "Miss You" was originally it's become the hit the restroom/buy another beer/break song in concert in recent years. It just plods and seeing Ron and Keith "taking a break," seated on the drum riser is irksome especially given the cost of tickets. They should be tearing the p-ss out of "Miss You" but these days it's filler.
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