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It’s Aerosmith 1974

Feb 21, 2016 No Comments by

from Mark Work Great show.. too bad the promoter didn’t know how to spell Aerosmith! title: It’s Aerosmith 1974

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Arcade Fire “still young, still hungry”

Feb 13, 2016 No Comments by

by Matt Williams The moment I figured out how to find music on my own, I became an elitist. It’s not something I’m proud of, and I certainly deny it any chance I get, but when someone comes over to me and asks what I think of (insert band that grosses me out here), I […]

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Beneath the stars in Florence

Feb 11, 2016 No Comments

by David Dunn The 11 September 2001 should have been a joyous occasion, memorable for the recording and simultaneous webcast of Sting’s new live album in Tuscany but events of that day in the United States meant that this could not be. The recording and webcasting of Sting’s new album had been planned for months. […]

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The Fat Man Rocks Merriwether – 1985

Feb 02, 2016 No Comments

Even as they grew older (Jerry) and played with less of the energy they once brought to the stage – there was never any doubt that the Fat Man still rocked, and right from the start – Half-Step let us know this was gonna be a Jerry show. Being so close to all those colleges, […]

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Queen or the Clash? Choose wisely

Jan 25, 2016 No Comments

by Kenton Larsen Sophie had it easy. When I was 15, my father gave me a nightmarish choice: he would take me to the Twin Cities to see either Queen or the Clash, but not both. I still love both bands, but my favorite album at the time was Queen’s Greatest Hits, so I chose […]

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Bowie ticket stubs conjure up memories and lingering mystery

Jan 15, 2016 No Comments

by: Kenton Larsen I’ve seen David Bowie live four times. Actually, make that five times if you include a chance encounter at a bus stop. I was in the crowd in Winnipeg, Canada for the 1983 Serious Moonlight tour, the 1987 Glass Spider tour, the 1990 Sound + Vision tour, and the 2004 Reality tour. […]

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Sex Pistols One-Off – the Roxy 2007

Jan 12, 2016 No Comments

by Karen Kritzer LA’s Roxy Theater.  2007.  Sid was long dead.  Lydon’s “Public Image Limited” was also laid to rest.  Steve Jones was hosting “Jonesy’s Jukebox” on Indie 103.1 and I was/am a rabid Jonesy fan.  Paul Cook guested on Steve’s show and their banter about their Sex Pistols days were side splitting hilarious. Word […]

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OzzFest & Sooooo Much More!

Jan 06, 2016 No Comments

Ahh, it was time, yet again, to enjoy a show of our choosing. Seeing how we had bought the “wrong” tickets for the show (Ticketmaster sold us tickets for the seats at OzzFest NOT the pit area as we told them this is what we wanted) we had an extra large gang with us to […]

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Brand New – New Year’s Eve 2011

Dec 31, 2015 No Comments

New Year’s Eve 2011 was one of the best nights of my life. My favorite band, Brand New, had announced that they would brand new ticketbe playing a special set at The House Of Blues in Atlantic City, NJ to ring in the New Year. 2011 marked the 10 year anniversary their debut album, Your Favorite Weapon, and they would be playing it in its entirety to celebrate that milestone.

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Christmas in Osmond Land

Dec 25, 2015 No Comments

by RoseMary A. I have been a fan of Donny & Marie since I was a very young girl. I always wanted to go see them in concert and even Las Vegas. My fiance was going to take me for my Birthday to Las Vegas to see them but then we heard they were coming […]

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