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I'd go to a concert like that....depending on the act/band I'd still wear a mask though.... .....clarification: NOT the Sturgis thing....the other one.
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Quotedaspyknows I saw the Dead between 300 and 350 times and to this day some of the best concerts I attended were Grateful Dead concerts. When they were on drugs were not needed to get off on the music. That said, those shows were once every 20 to 40 shows. That's where I got into taping and I wasn't interested in getting too far out there with thousands of dollars worth of gear.
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QuoteRollingFreak QuoteDGA35 QuoteRollingFreak Black Ice was just way too long. That was its biggest issue. They haven't had a truly great album where more than 1/3 of it is good in an incredibly long time. Same thing Stones fans here said about Bigger Bang about the length of the album/cd. Regarding a truly great album where more than 1/3 is good, I can't think of any band that has
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8 ***days ***ago
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Asking seems polite to me. However, I imagine many people already know the answer is "NO"....so, they probably figure - why bother asking? Also - isn't this issue complicated b/c there is the issue of the ARENA buying the rights to use the song(s) and not necessarily those who use the arena? I mean....once the ARENA buys the rights to use it, can't anybody who then re
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9 ***days ***ago
stickyfingers101
Leadbelly is dope.
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9 ***days ***ago
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QuoteHappy24 Quoteslewan QuoteJavadave Dr. Anthony Fauci is predicting a vaccine will be ready by year’s end. I fully expect large scale sporting events and concerts to resume quickly once vaccinations are widespread. Still won’t get me to go see Guns ‘n Roses. well, I'm really not in G&R nor a hard rock fan, But I saw Slash (with Miles Kenndedy) and he's realy great. Oh yea
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11 ***days ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet Come on! Bets on The Belly! My bet is: 2021 is BIGGER. hahahahaha! Oh Axl...Sweet Pie O' Mine! incidentally, I think Axl's gut is from his anti-psychotic meds.
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11 ***days ***ago
stickyfingers101
I apologize for starting this thread and respectfully ask that it be "closed" My apologies to anybody/everybody who took offense, felt misled or whatever other negative externalities it caused.
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11 ***days ***ago
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I just thought that those interested in Gn'R might want to look into getting tickets....I didn't mean to open the COVID-thread again... sorry.
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12 ***days ***ago
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Dear Everybody - please respect BVs wishes NOT to turn this thread into a political nightmare.... I simply wanted to share this w/ the only Norwegian I "know"... I don't know whether to laugh or cry...but, apparently Norway's flag (which looks NOTHING like the Confederate Flag) is confusing some Americans!!! As Bon Scott might say: "OY!!" (fee
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14 ***days ***ago
stickyfingers101
.....for anyone interested: Plus...Slash in Tattoo You t-shirt....go Slash!
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18 ***days ***ago
stickyfingers101
QuoteRockman Erik_Snow >>WHAT if everyone rushes the stage in their cars .....<< Horrible scenario, but can easily be avoided by hiring some traffic policemen with them noisy whistles and old-fashioned british black policehats Hey better idea ... Stones and audience are all in Dodgem cars ..... "Dodgem???" I thought the whole point wasn't to "do
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTheflyingDutchman Quotestickyfingers101 QuoteTheflyingDutchman The entire live music business is on its arse for years I'm afraid. yup...which is why artists/venues etc. etc. BETTER start getting creative. Drive In Shows are one way to do that.... The Stones don't need the money, so it doesn't matter to them at all... I know, but these drive in shows and 30 peopl
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteHairball Quotestickyfingers101 QuoteNate Quotestickyfingers101 Would they consider "drive in" shows? Seems safe to me. I've always felt they could/should do a chill-acoustic concert series....and, well, drive-in would probably work for that. thoughts? In New York recently people were being advised to wear masks during sex. The idea of drive in concerts is just
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteAquamarine "A heart attack"? exactly... some "insider"....
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNate Quotestickyfingers101 QuoteNate Quotestickyfingers101 Would they consider "drive in" shows? Seems safe to me. I've always felt they could/should do a chill-acoustic concert series....and, well, drive-in would probably work for that. thoughts? In New York recently people were being advised to wear masks during sex. The idea of drive in concerts is just as l
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21 ***days ***ago
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I'd bet almost anything that IF the Stones did a Live Drive-In Tour...everybody on here bashing/mocking the idea would go ...and would be stoked about it....we'd all be happy... all that would be left to do would be to complain about the prices for the Drive-In Pit...and prices in general....and Chuck and Set Lists and Lucky Dips....the usual suspects. Honestly, I don't th
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTheflyingDutchman The entire live music business is on its arse for years I'm afraid. yup...which is why artists/venues etc. etc. BETTER start getting creative. Drive In Shows are one way to do that.... The Stones don't need the money, so it doesn't matter to them at all...
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21 ***days ***ago
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Quotestraycatuk Quotestickyfingers101 Quotestraycatuk Quotestickyfingers101 Would they consider "drive in" shows? Seems safe to me. I've always felt they could/should do a chill-acoustic concert series....and, well, drive-in would probably work for that. thoughts? They will never go out on a wimper. Knebworth 2022 ! sc uk Why would doing a drive-in show be consi
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNate Quotestickyfingers101 Would they consider "drive in" shows? Seems safe to me. I've always felt they could/should do a chill-acoustic concert series....and, well, drive-in would probably work for that. thoughts? In New York recently people were being advised to wear masks during sex. The idea of drive in concerts is just as ludicrous. Nate but, drive-i
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21 ***days ***ago
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Quotejbwelda I got forty eight red white and blue shoestrings, and a thousand telephones that don't ring, do you know where I can get rid of these things? jb Highway 61...I think?
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21 ***days ***ago
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Quotestraycatuk Quotestickyfingers101 Would they consider "drive in" shows? Seems safe to me. I've always felt they could/should do a chill-acoustic concert series....and, well, drive-in would probably work for that. thoughts? They will never go out on a wimper. Knebworth 2022 ! sc uk Why would doing a drive-in show be considered a "whimper?" I mea
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21 ***days ***ago
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Quoteblack n blue I got forty tour shirts that have basically never been worn. One day I’ll be selling them nah...make a cool quilt out of them. Have it done by a pro. Trust me...worth it. Looks great in the Guest Bedroom...pass it along to your kids...family heirloom. Not sure why this person put a Beatles in the middle...but, you get the idea. have fun!
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21 ***days ***ago
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Would they consider "drive in" shows? Seems safe to me. I've always felt they could/should do a chill-acoustic concert series....and, well, drive-in would probably work for that. thoughts?
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22 ***days ***ago
stickyfingers101
I used to shoplift a lot when I was a kid.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
stickyfingers101
it's a fine song. a bit too much "All Down the Line" meets "Brown Sugar"....but, it's OK w/ me.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteEddieByword QuoteGasLightStreet This article is excellent about a part of it (can someone please explain just what the hell this word "maths" means? Who the hell talks like that? Maths? WHAT THE HELL IS MATHS?): Funny......the first time I heard the expression 'math', I thought, "listen, forget the maths mate, you wanna learn to speak English first............
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotejbwelda four pints of Guinness plus vodka and cokes? (Vodka and coke? Coca Cola? That makes me want to vomit just thinking about it). Thats an alcoholic's dinner right there, and to consume that before going to "work"? This is the only place on earth you will get away with that! I can tell you, for Guinness alone would put me on the floor, but i dont drink regularly. To me, th
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotedaspyknows QuoteChris Fountain QuotePinballWizard23 I never liked when entertainers get political and even more so when they try to ram a msg down your throat at a concert you paid big money for tickets to see. Risk alienating 50% of your fans. Was at a Springsteen show a few years ago and he went on a political rant that pissed a lot of attendees off and got a pretty wicked boo followed
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteStoneage I never did mind music and politics. I really don't understand people leaving a Bruce gig because he says something political. First of all, Bruce never make long speeches. Secondly, everyone knows his political stance beforehand. When it comes to politics some names are more credible though. Like Pete Seeger, Tracy Chapman or Joan Baez for instance. When they speak I liste
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