Discussion in 'SG Players Lounge' started by 1966+2006, Feb 23, 2007.
Oh wait, also forgot to add NOFX playing here in Amsterdam in June. Very stoked for that too.
Dude. I'll be in Amsterdam this June visiting my best friend. Can you warn me as soon as tickets go on sale?
Hmm, tickets are already available, but the official site that sells them is in Dutch(http://www.ticketmaster.nl/html/evinfo.htmI?CNTX=255484&l=NL&C=). So I don't know if that helps you anything.
Not concerts I've been to yet, but definitely planning on it for this year's Roskilde:
Alice In Chains (AND there are rumours of Soundgarden coming as well!!! )
Them Crooked Vultures
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy
I saw Jay-Z in Atlanta last week. Amazing show.
If I don't need to resit any Exams, I'm going to this festival:
And I'm definitely going to Melt! Festival in July.
Looking forward to seeing Delphic, Foals, Friendly Fires, Kele and Jónsi.
Here's a really interesting Video about Jónsi's live performances if anyone's interested:
It's The Black Keys in less than a month for me.
And then Lowlands in August with blink-182!
Counting down the days until it's summertime.
Wow Lowlands, Nice!
watched Fat Freddy's Drop in Lisbon this past Thursday, hadn't enjoyed a concert this much in ages.
For real, it was abolutely mesmerizing...
here's a vid with the ending of the show, last song was the fabulous Shiverman:
they got started with my favourite though, The Raft:
Seriously considering to go watch The Black Keys in London early in November...it's a just a matter of getting my work schedule to allow it. Should be ******* awesome too.
Saw Fat Freddy's Drop at Lowlands this year. Pretty awesome.
Oh and I recommend going to The Black Keys if you can. Really enjoyed the show they played a few months back here in Amsterdam. Shifty Auerbach is one hell of a guitarist (and singer) to see live.
I might be lucky enough to get trip+ticket for €75...would be sweet
either way it shouldn't take them long to visit Portugal I hope...their legion of fans here gets bigger by the day.
adam lambert show in malaysia
Hopefully you jammed out with your clam out alongside 2000 flaming homos.
Last gig was back in August - The Brink (check out www.thebrinkband.co.uk), before that was Kiss at LG Arena Birmingham (Paul did his best at trying to pronounce Burmingum, but wasn't 100% successful)
Got tickets for Iron Maiden at the NIA Birmingham for next year!
Man, I'm so excited. The Peppers come to Holland in October. No Frusciante, but still there's Flea! This is going to be so awesome!
Who's gonna be the replacing guitarist?
So jealous. Always wanted to see them live, haven't been to Finland too much. :/ Even without John, you can watch Flea and Chad jam. That alone should be fun.
Awesome! It would be the third time I'll see them live, I saw 'em twice during the Stadium Arcadium tour. It'll be weird without Frusciante, but I'm reeeally curious about their new album. Can't wait to hear the new music and how Josh Klinghoffer (their new guitarist) fits in with Flea and Chad.
Jabo, Klinghoffer is a frequent collaborator of Frusciante for years now and he performed with a lot of other bands mostly in Los Angeles. He also toured with the Peppers during Stadium Arcadium playing additional guitar and other instruments. It'll be impossible to fill Frusciante's shoes, but he's very talented.
Yeah, it be very interesting to see what Josh Klinghoffer can bring to the RHCP. It won't be easy for him to fill in the shoes of the best guitarist alive, but still I think he's a very talented musician. Let's wait and see.
Saw Kiss at Birmingham NEC last year, supported by Taking Dawn. Paul and Gene may be getting on, but they are still capable of putting on a show.
Iron Maiden last month (Birmingham NIA) supported by Airbourne. Bloody marvellous, both of them!
Going to see Bellowhead later this Autumn in Cambridge. Should be a good evening, reminiscent of Lindisfarne.
And the curve-ball? Les Miserables at the Queens Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, two months ago. Alfie Boe as Jean Valjean and Matt Lucas (yes, THAT Matt Lucas) as the inn-keeper.
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