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Concerts! Who have you seen live? Answered

I have seen, Bad brains, naked raygun, nekromantix, dead kennedys, the dickies, cannibal corpse, black dahlia murder, lower class brats, brain failure, mustard plug, stiff little fingers, slayer, 7 seconds, reel big fish, against all authority, streetlight manifesto, the germs, the buisness, big d and the kids table, lawrence arms, koffin kats, blue meanies, youth brigade, the effigies, and a bunch of local groups, and upcoming i will be seeing flogging molly, the toasters, dropkick murphys, the english beat, and rx bandits.



Most recently, I've seen The Hamsters and Walter Trout, both in clubs in Norwich.

Years ago; It Bites, Fairground Attraction, a few pub singers and local lads.

A couple of Months ago, Kitewife went to see George Michael at Norwich Football ground.


10 years ago

social distortion, green day, bruce springsteen, bon jovi, big d& the kids table, the toasters, hawthorne heights, coheed & cambria, red jumpsuit apparatus, paramore, the fabulous rudies, Black Irish, cannibal corpse, against me, avenged sevenfold, taking back sunday, jimmy eat world and i will soon be seeing less than jake, the bouncing souls, anti-flag, and a bunch more.

ah i saw the bouncing souls at riotfest, and i saw less then jake with RBF and Streetlight but i sat out because I just dont like em

oh. I'm going to bamboozle, so i'm gonna see them both of those bands there. LTJ is one of favorite bands. I'm also, of course, a streetlihgt and catch-22 fan.

streetlight is amazing live, i saw them with against all authority less than jake and reel big fish

that is amazing! i'm gonna see Bomb the music industry!, awful waffle, and two other bands friday night

very nice, if you like bomb the music industry check out the arrogant sons of bitches (pre-bomb the music industry), but im really lookin forward too the toasters

the toasters are the nicest band i've ever met. i saw them live, then went to their merc tent and they were there selling stuff. i actually had a conversation with their bassist, who is one of my greatest influences.

Last concert I went to was when my girlfriend dragged me to Lilith Fair, the redeeming feature was my future wife Liz Phair was performing. Well a guy can dream...

Most fun, court side Celtics back when Mchale and Bird were playing.

I used to go to concerts all the time in underground hole-in-the-wall clubs when I lived in the Bushwik section of Brooklyn five years back (when people still got shot there). I wish I knew who the bands were (I can only remember two or three by name). I saw so many amazing bands. Those shows were crazy. Most of you people are probably too young to hear half the stories of what went on. Anyways, probably one of the best shows where I knew what band I was seeing was the Supersuckers. Black Mountain was pretty good. I got married by robots at the Captured by Robots show. Saw Kimya Dawson while sitting on a floor in some basement. That was pretty awesome. I also saw her and Scout Niblet open for Daniel Johnston, another great show. Saw Beulah's last show at Fort Mason. Picked up a girl at a Mooney Suzuki concert. Was shoved over by the guitarist of the Datsuns when he attacked the crowd. Danced danced danced with Gogol Bordello. Walked in pouring rain from a Dandy Warhols concert to the 2nd Ave Deli only to learn it had been closed by the landlord. Errr.... I saw so many, let's see... there was Of Montreal at the knitting factory. Bis at Warsaw. And when I saw The Brian Jonestown Massacre they did not self-destruct on stage. I wished Adam Green had self-destructed after the first hour and I left some time during his second hour as he performed Kokomo. The Violent Femmes should have gone on all night, but didn't. The Rapture put on a better show than I could have ever imagined they would (not to mention all of the sweaty scantily clad females). The Giraffes made me wish I stayed home. Trecked out to see The Sadies, Stars and the New Pornographers for Canada Day in the Park hopped on muscle relaxers and with my arm in a sling. Then there were the expensive tickets for the geriatrics like Neil Young, Bruce Springstein, Dylan and Van Morrison. And and and... there were so many... oh, the Aquabats... and ummm... Nellie Mckay... and... uhhh... a bunch more...

They are pretty good. But Gogol bordello? You are a demigod!

  • Foghat
  • REO Speedwagon
  • Doobie Brothers
  • Beach Boys
  • Jethro Tull
  • Cheap Trick
  • Ferrante & Teicher
  • Ted Nugent
  • Stevie Nicks
  • Ronnie Milsap
  • and many, many more ...

Bruce Springstein at the Meadowlands. That was the only one I have ever gone to.

I saw him at the Meadowlands and at the new football stadium in Philly. I also saw Bon Jovi and Green Day at the meadowlands, and I saw Social Distortion play at Boom-Boom Huck Jam in the Continental (now Izod) Center.

I haven't been to enough concerts. :( We'll start at the beginning. Hootie and the Blowfish, The Wallflowers, Counting Crows, Lilith Fair (Sheryl Crow, Sarah McLaughlin, Bif Naked, etc.), MxPx, Slick Shoes, Good Charlotte, Coheed and Cambria (sort of, I heard them playing and met them after), Green Day, Boysetsfire, Snapcase, Poison the Well, Rhett Miller, Garrison Starr, Little Miss Tammy and her all Good Lookin' Male Band, Unknown Hinson, Morris Day and the Time, and tons of local bands. I used to go to a local show every weekend. I still REALLY want to see Tom Petty, David Bowie, and the Old 97s.

- Three Dog Night w/ America - Sara Mclaughlin - Jan Arden - Korn w/ Nickelback, Three Days Grace, Simple Plan, - Staind w/ Default - Ashley Macisaac - The Tea Party - Our Lady Peace - Paramore w/ Plain White T's, Jimmy Eat World, Coheed and Cambria, Mutemath thats all I can remember but not in that order I'm going to see in the next 2 months... Linkin Park w/ Coheed and Cambria - Feb. 16th Foo Fighters W/ Serge Tankian from SOAD - Feb. 21st Breaking Benjimin w/ Three Days Grace, Seether - March 21st

I once went to see----

erm, well,

don't tell anyone-----

Wet, wet wet.

I know but i was with a bird and she wanted to go ok!

Ehm.... I'm going to see Celtic Woman in February :)

I went to a Letterman concert many moons ago.... :-)


10 years ago

I've seen football live! I had a front row seat!

Ok, so it was on TV, but still live!

I don't understand the point of football. Except that you need to get the ball to the goal. Why do they stop so often when someone drops the ball?

Why do they stop so often when someone drops the ball?

That'd be a fumble, which doesn't happen nearly as often as you seem to imply.

They stop when either the ball is not caught or the ball carrier is tackled "down". A team is allowed 4 downs to move the ball 10 yards. If they complete that, they are given a new set of downs and have to go at least 10 yards more to keep the ball. Usually, on 4th down, the team "punts" the ball, basically kicking the ball away as far as possible, therefore giving the other team the ball and a chance to score.

Don't go to many concerts. My dad and step-mom used to take me to the museum folklife concerts. But nothing really great.

I haven't heard of any of those. I went to an Avril Lavinge concert when I was 10, and got to meet Geoff Byrd and watch that concert, then there was Daniel Powter, I got to meet him too he was really nice, Lifehouse and the Treans-Siberian Orchestra back in December. On the way home from that you should have seen the floods in some places! There was a huge storm while my mom and I were gone and we didn't have power for a week.