Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Dave Gilmour's Cat, Dec 23, 2016.
Kenny Garrett, this weekend, livestreamed from Keystone Korner in Baltimore
I'll be seeing Keith Urban at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, OH on July 15th and then the Ron Keel Band at King of Clubs in Columbus, OH on September 16th. Meanwhile, I'm waiting to hear when tickets for next year's CMA Festival in Nashville will be going on sale.
Willie Nelson a week from tonight at the park by my house.
With $150+ tickets, none.
Seeing ABC next in July, followed by Peter Hook and then Boris in September. Heaven 17 are also coming, might go see them.
Considering Roger Daltrey.
When covid19 becomes as contagious and lethal as influenza....not there yet.
(in health care, so I'm jaded -- and also small to medium venue, indie band packed-like-sardine concerts are what I drive 3+ hrs for 99% of the time).
Now, if Jakob (NZ) came to the states, I will N95/face shield up, as they are my last bucket list band to see live.
I’ve got a crazy weekend in August… Cheap Trick/Rod Stewart/Barry Manilow/Elvis Costello/Nick Lowe.
This December; The Exploited and Discharge in Buenos Aires.
6/9 - Tears For Fears/Garbage - West Palm
6/18 - Joan Jett/Poison/Motley/Def Lep - Miami
6/21 - Joe Jackson - Tampa
6/22 - Kraftwerk - Orlando
8/23 - Roger Waters - Miami
8/30 - Red Hot Chili Peppers/The Strokes - Miami
9/4 - Aussie Floyd - Ft Lauderdale
9/17 - I have a bit of a conundrum... I have tickets for Lady Gaga - Miami. But my Ringo Starr show which was supposed to be 6/25, was just postponed to the same night (after having already been postponed multiple times for over two years). So which one do I go to?? Ringo or Gaga? I've seen Ringo many times, but I have to think this is my final time for Ringo, so I'm leaning towards selling my Gaga. Such a shame!
9/20 - Jack White - Miami
9/22 - Green Day - Hollywood, FL
10/8 - Smashing Pumpkins/Janes - Hollywood, FL
PS - While compiling this list, I just now learned that my Flaming Lips - Miami show for 10/13 has been fully cancelled. I never got a notice from Ticketmaster, so I had no idea.
PPS - Just looked up why. The venue is shutting down for a full year due to construction of an adjoining hotel. That sucks. Hopefully the Lips can book another nearby venue.
Wouldn't mind going to see Scottish pianist Fergus McCreadie and Welsh harpist Amanda Whiting as I'm increasingly listening to instrumental music lately. Also, looking forward to The Comet Is Coming touring again.
Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer @ The Olympic Stadium, London - Friday (today).
not seen Green Day since 2005, can’t wait.
so I have:
24/06 - Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer
25/06 - Rolling Stones
26/06 - Red Hot Chilli Peppers
27/06 - Jack White
28/06 - Jack White
29/06 - LCD Soundsystem
Scorpions/Skid Row~Vegas Residency = April 12 2022
The Pineapple Thief = June 1 2022
Earth, Wind & Fire/Santana = June 25 2022
Brit Floyd = July 1 2022
Porcupine Tree = Sept 28 2022
Iron Maiden = Sept 29 2022
Adrian Belew Power Trio in August is the only show I've bought tickets for.
Waters in Washington, DC. Can’t wait.
…then Nick Mason a month later
That's quite a stretch without a break.
Will be free.
Will be outdoors.
Will be this summer.
Lollapalooza Brasil: São Paulo, March 27th
- Black Pumas
- The Libertines
- Martin Garrix
- Gloria Groove
Kiss: Curitiba April 28th
Gorillaz: Curitiba, May 18th
Marisa Monte: Curitiba, September 9th
Arctic Monkeys+Interpol: Curitiba, November 8th
Morgan Wallen Darien Lake Saturday Night!!!
I know. It wasn’t planned like that, and picked up most of these gigs last min, and at good prices - but I live in London and the commute to the gigs is easy with the exception of Green Day and RHCP, which is a bit of a pain.
As much of the first two days of the Glastonbury Festival as the weather/ Mrs Jowcol’s recovery from hip replacement / our wanderings allow.
Won’t see anything on the main stage and Primal Scream headlining the John Peel Stage tonight is the only certainty. Fortunately that is the closest stage to the shuttle bus collection point which will take us the 3 miles home to sleep in our own bed.
Back on stewarding duty on Sunday, so will miss Terry Reid and Herbie Hancock, but that’s the price of working to earn your *free” ticket.
I may catch The Black Crows tomorrow.
For this coming week I have tix for:
Los Lobos & Tedeschi Trucks
Sun Ra Arkestra in Atlantic City tomorrow night
Then, in July, in Philadelphia:
7/13 Bikini Kill
7/17 Fcked Up
7/29 RATM and Run the Jewels in Pittsburgh
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