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ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Jul 15, 2022 - 8:12pm

 Steely_D wrote:

Got front row balcony for the Grand Ole Opry tomorrow.



!!!
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Posted: Jul 15, 2022 - 7:59pm

Got front row balcony for the Grand Ole Opry tomorrow.
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Posted: Jul 15, 2022 - 10:06am

 ColdMiser wrote:

I took in Jon Anderson's latest show last night. He is touring with The Paul Green Rock Academy (basically School of Rock kids). I have to say it was far beyond my expectations. So much raw talent on display bringing a youthful exuberance to the complex music of Yes. Anderson's voice was great, considering he is 77. Great set list, Close to the Edge, And You & I, Siberian Khatru, Roundabout, Mood for a Day, Starship Trooper, Seen All Good People...but the rendition of Heart of the Sunrise was knocked so far out of the park I'm still mesmerized.
Highly recommended if it comes to your town. 



Saw Jon 3 y.a. on 1000 Hands tour, and was also very impressed.

Free Drive By Truckers show tonight. 
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Posted: Jul 15, 2022 - 8:14am

I took in Jon Anderson's latest show last night. He is touring with The Paul Green Rock Academy (basically School of Rock kids). I have to say it was far beyond my expectations. So much raw talent on display bringing a youthful exuberance to the complex music of Yes. Anderson's voice was great, considering he is 77. Great set list, Close to the Edge, And You & I, Siberian Khatru, Roundabout, Mood for a Day, Starship Trooper, Seen All Good People...but the rendition of Heart of the Sunrise was knocked so far out of the park I'm still mesmerized.
Highly recommended if it comes to your town. 
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Jul 11, 2022 - 7:31am

 Lazy8 wrote:

Saturday was the day to miss—couple hours got thundestormed out. As in people hiding in portapotties.

Cowtown wasn't really for me, and the sound in the dance pavilion was bad enough to drive us out. Did a real disservice to Genticorum and Bev Young, who was calling with them, not that that stopped me dancing to them.

Saw Melody of China instead, which was excellent.

Musical highlight for me was this nice lady singing Ladino music, my first exposure to it. Tent as only half full and there were several stage disasters (involving sound, of course) but the crowd was into it, clapping and dancing at one point. Made for a really fun show.


Balla Kouyate was like listening to a really good drum circle. Fun and all, but not the high point.

Scored a couple of CDs. Also fell in a gravel parking lot rushing to get to some dancing that I ended up missing because I was in the first aid tent, but that's outdoor festivals for ya.


I've experienced the thunder/hailstorms before. Took shelter under a trailer once; Charlie whanged his noggin into the Jayne Mansfield so we were in the First Aid Tent before too.

I don't remember any time the sound wasn't great, except sometimes it's just not loud enough if a particular set is overcrowded.
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Posted: Jul 10, 2022 - 9:41pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
So sorry to not be making it this year. Hot Club of Cowtown opens on the Dance Pavilion at noon on Sunday, and closes on Granite Street... altho Balla Kouyate on the Original might be great too. But if you stay on the Dance Pavilion the whole day, you can't go wrong. Hot Club, Chuck Mead (BR-549), Genticorum that Lakou Mizik looks fantastic. But I just can't this year.

Saturday was the day to miss—couple hours got thundestormed out. As in people hiding in portapotties.

Cowtown wasn't really for me, and the sound in the dance pavilion was bad enough to drive us out. Did a real disservice to Genticorum and Bev Young, who was calling with them, not that that stopped me dancing to them.

Saw Melody of China instead, which was excellent.

Musical highlight for me was this nice lady singing Ladino music, my first exposure to it. Tent as only half full and there were several stage disasters (involving sound, of course) but the crowd was into it, clapping and dancing at one point. Made for a really fun show.


Balla Kouyate was like listening to a really good drum circle. Fun and all, but not the high point.

Scored a couple of CDs. Also fell in a gravel parking lot rushing to get to some dancing that I ended up missing because I was in the first aid tent, but that's outdoor festivals for ya.
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Posted: Jul 9, 2022 - 9:04am

Poguetry with Spider Stacy & Cait O'Riordan

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Posted: Jul 8, 2022 - 9:07pm

 Lazy8 wrote:
Montana Folk Festival. Only get one day, so I'm gonna make it count.


So sorry to not be making it this year. Hot Club of Cowtown opens on the Dance Pavilion at noon on Sunday, and closes on Granite Street... altho Balla Kouyate on the Original might be great too. But if you stay on the Dance Pavilion the whole day, you can't go wrong. Hot Club, Chuck Mead (BR-549), Genticorum that Lakou Mizik looks fantastic. But I just can't this year.
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Posted: Jul 7, 2022 - 10:40am

Montana Folk Festival. Only get one day, so I'm gonna make it count.
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Posted: Jul 7, 2022 - 9:41am

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Yeah, well guess what got postponed.  That's it. I'm done. No more concert tickets for the foreseeable future. I can't lose any more money over this.



I'm an idiot.

Found out Murder by Death is playing The Mishawaka on August 28th, so yeah. Tickets to that. And Silversun Pickups/Jimmy Eat World on 8/19. And Smashing Pumpkins/Jane's Addiction 11/7. What could possibly go wrong?
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Posted: Jun 23, 2022 - 3:46pm

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 Ticketmaster offers expressly rules out refunds due to Covid. Because they are monumental assholes.


Wow, that seems like something that — an artist would just say they had the flu and save their fans that grief. Would certainly be a fair use of time to post that little nugget on facebook events pages...

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Posted: Jun 23, 2022 - 2:17pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


lol That's how they getcha!



And we've still got 2 other shows already booked for later in the year. I'm not terribly confident that they're going to pan out. And today we learned that the ticket insurance that Ticketmaster offers expressly rules out refunds due to Covid. Because they are monumental assholes.
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Posted: Jun 23, 2022 - 2:13pm

 ptooey wrote:



Back-to-back weekend trips to Denver? Sure, why not. So I guess I'm back to "can't wait to see Chris Stapleton".


lol That's how they getcha!
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Posted: Jun 23, 2022 - 2:13pm

 ptooey wrote:


Refunds on the tickets, eat service charges + already purchased museum tickets + boarding for the dogs + possibly hotel

Might just make the trip to Denver sans concert. Dunno.



Back-to-back weekend trips to Denver? Sure, why not. So I guess I'm back to "can't wait to see Chris Stapleton".
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Posted: Jun 23, 2022 - 6:03am

 Steely_D wrote:


Saw them pre-COVID for the first time, the 3D tour. Had to see them, and brought my #1 son with me (he's a giant fan).
But, truthfully, I was disappointed. The four of them stood behind their individual podium and pretty much never moved to indicate that they were playing or affecting anything. It was great hearing/seeing the music and video and there wasn't any doubt about going - but it felt like it might've been a very subtle joke.





I saw that show too and loved it - the same evening after seeing Mark Knopfler at another Austin venue. Kraftwerk had two shows that night, so we were able to dash from the Knopfler show to Kraftwerk.    #AustinMusicProblems #SpoiledForChoice
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Posted: Jun 23, 2022 - 4:39am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


So refunds on the tickets but you eat the service charges?


Refunds on the tickets, eat service charges + already purchased museum tickets + boarding for the dogs + possibly hotel

Might just make the trip to Denver sans concert. Dunno.
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Posted: Jun 22, 2022 - 8:35pm

 ptooey wrote:



Yeah, well guess what got postponed.  That's it. I'm done. No more concert tickets for the foreseeable future. I can't lose any more money over this.


So refunds on the tickets but you eat the service charges?
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Posted: Jun 22, 2022 - 6:37pm

 ptooey wrote:

We've got tickets to Elle King, Sheryl Crow and Chris Stapleton next Saturday down in Denver. Claire's fiancé's (yeah, it's official now) birthday present from us - he went from never having attended a concert before landing in with our group (never mind the "country=bad" mindset) to being as music-focused as the rest of us. Sold out show, so it'll be interesting to see how it all goes.


Yeah, well guess what got postponed.  That's it. I'm done. No more concert tickets for the foreseeable future. I can't lose any more money over this.
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Posted: Jun 20, 2022 - 9:40pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


Well if it's the parents' timeline, I have another decade or so ;-) 


Everyone who's seen Kraftwerk on this tour has loved it. They're at Red Rocks in a couple of weeks and if this had been a normal summer for us, that would have been my first Red Rocks show. It's only a 9-hour drive away, seems like I'd have gone to something there...



I grew up right in that area. We used to hang out at the park and climb the rocks when there wasn't a show, so we knew how to get up to 'the cave' during shows. We also had our high school graduation at the amphitheater and walked the stage to get our diplomas = pretty cool.  I got to see some pretty epic shows there, we were there for the U2 Under a Blood Red Sky show that had extra stuff for the MTV videos. 
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Jun 20, 2022 - 1:23pm

 ptooey wrote:



A decade or so is still numbered days.



We went to a couple of Red Rocks shows last summer. Venue is great, really everything you'd expect, but the crowds can be weird. If you pay for general admission, they take it as a kind of free-for-all. Like, if you get up to use the restroom, get a beer, etc., someone is going to move in and take your seat. And they're obnoxious about it. If we ever decide to go to another show there, it's going to be reserved seating.


Yeah, that figures. And if you put your hand down it'll get stomped on by a Birkenstock? 
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