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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #30 on: February 09, 2015, 11:30:38 am »
2004 Feb 11 - Super Furry Animals @ 9:30
2004 Feb 14 - South, Metric @ 9:30
2005 Feb 11 - Wrens @ Black Cat
2006 Feb 9 - Deadboy & The Elephantmen @ iota
2006 Feb 12 - Supergrass @ 9:30

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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #31 on: February 09, 2015, 12:39:48 pm »
Can one tell me how they remember what they did in February over a decade ago?

I was just hanging out getting high with my friend Jay.

Jay was not your friend, he was someone with whom you sometimes smoked weed...
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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #32 on: February 09, 2015, 12:45:12 pm »
Josh Ritter on 2/14/11 @ 9:30 Club

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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #34 on: February 13, 2015, 09:40:27 am »
This thread just makes me sad. I used to go to shows. Like the Wrens at the Black Cat in 2005. Was that the backstage one? Because that was the best one.

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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #35 on: February 13, 2015, 09:43:42 am »
This thread just makes me sad. I used to go to shows. Like the Wrens at the Black Cat in 2005. Was that the backstage one? Because that was the best one.

I was at a Wrens show in early 05' as well. I saw Bill Frisell earlier in the evening and then went to the Black Cat (this show was on the main stage and not too good). I think actually the last time I ever listened to the Wrens. Do they still exist?

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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #36 on: February 13, 2015, 09:46:34 am »
This thread just makes me sad. I used to go to shows. Like the Wrens at the Black Cat in 2005. Was that the backstage one? Because that was the best one.

I was at a Wrens show in early 05' as well. I saw Bill Frisell earlier in the evening and then went to the Black Cat (this show was on the main stage and not too good). I think actually the last time I ever listened to the Wrens. Do they still exist?

what happened Kettebug? as of a year or two ago you were still going to shows...

did you have a kid or something? that's a showstopper! 

BOOM! I'm here all night...

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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #37 on: February 13, 2015, 10:33:42 am »
Old 97s           Feb   8   2000   930
Creed (Tatric opening)   Feb   8   2002   MCI Center
Dust Galaxy           Feb   8   2007   930
moe                     Feb   8   2007   Warner
The Cult           Feb   8   1990   Baltimore Arena
Widespread Panic   Feb   8   1990   8 X 10
Anastasio, Trey   Feb   9   2010   930
Tool                   Feb   9   1994   Radio Music Hall
Zebra                   Feb   10   1989   Saratoga Winners (NY)
The Cult           Feb   10   1990   Patriot Center
Keith Richards   Feb   10   1993   Constitution Hall
Lenny Kravitz   Feb   11   1996   Capitol Ballroom
Kasey Chambers   Feb   12   2002   930
Zebra            Feb   12   1989   Briarpatch (NY)
The Toll           Feb   12   1990   Grog/Tankard Balto
Concrete Blonde   Feb   12   1994   Lisner Auditorium
Cracker           Feb   12   1999   930
Meat Puppets   Feb   14   1990   930
Red Hot Chili Peppers (Silverchair opening)   Feb   14   1996   USAir Arena
Sheryl Crow (The Wallflowers opening)           Feb   14   1997   930

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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #38 on: February 13, 2015, 11:02:39 am »
The Wrens have a new album that's apparently done and being readied for release.  They got some teasing on Twitter when they announced Harper Lee was putting out her follow-up before them.
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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #39 on: February 13, 2015, 11:04:10 am »
This thread just makes me sad. I used to go to shows. Like the Wrens at the Black Cat in 2005. Was that the backstage one? Because that was the best one.

I was at a Wrens show in early 05' as well. I saw Bill Frisell earlier in the evening and then went to the Black Cat (this show was on the main stage and not too good). I think actually the last time I ever listened to the Wrens. Do they still exist?

what happened Kettebug? as of a year or two ago you were still going to shows...

did you have a kid or something? that's a showstopper! 

BOOM! I'm here all night...

No kids for me. Yes, I still go to shows, just not all the ones I want to go to!

Yeah, that Wrens show on the mainstage was not as good. It was the backstage one before that one that was the best! They are still around. One of these days their new album will appear. They're almost as bad as George RR Martin!

Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #40 on: February 13, 2015, 06:04:46 pm »
Zebra                   Feb   10   1989   Saratoga Winners (NY)


Zebra...now there is a Long Island metal band I've not heard named in ages (technically they are from Louisiana)

just found out ...On October 8, 2012, Zebra was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame.
can't believe there is such a thing

apparently... It has been the decision of the Hall to define "Long Island" geographically, adding Brooklyn and Queens counties in addition to the more common definition, which typically only refers to Suffolk and Nassau. This approach has been questioned, but the Hall states that the inclusion of all four counties on the land mass is in keeping with the historic mission of the museum

kinda stretching it to include NYC in LI

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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #41 on: February 13, 2015, 06:15:51 pm »
Anastasio, Trey   Feb   9   2010   930

Last great Trey show I saw... half empty club on Blizzard Eve. Good times.

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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #42 on: February 19, 2015, 12:11:57 pm »
Late on this week's update:

1996 Feb 14   Red Hot Chili Peppers, Captal Centre
1975 Feb 15   Rod Stewart, Captal Centre
2004 Feb 15   Toby Keith, 1st Mariner Arena
2004 Feb 15   Blake Shelton, 1st Mariner Arena
2006 Feb 15   Motley Crue, 1st Mariner Arena
1994 Feb 16   Michelle Malone And Band De Soleil, The Bayou
1983 Feb 16   Aerosmith, Civic Center
1982 Feb 17   Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, The Bayou
1980 Feb 17   The Outlaws / The Rockets, Civic Center
1990 Feb 17   Tears For Fears, Patriot Center
1990 Feb 17   Deborah Harry, Patriot Center
1978 Feb 18   Parliament Funkadelic, Captal Centre
2006 Feb 18   Marty Casey & The Lovehammers, Warner Theatre
2006 Feb 18   INXS, Warner Theatre, The tour in support of "SWITCH"
1974 Feb 19   Black Sabbath, Captal Centre
1976 Feb 19   Bachman Turner Overdrive, Captal Centre
1997 Feb 21   Silverchair, Nightclub 9:30
2009 Feb 21   George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic , Ram's Head Live!
1993 Feb 21   Lynyrd Skynyrd, Patriot Center

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Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #43 on: February 19, 2015, 12:12:31 pm »
Also, I finally watched "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" this week - and I'm pretty sure I was at that show.

Re: This Week in Concert History - Celebrating Your Golden Years
« Reply #44 on: February 19, 2015, 12:23:42 pm »
1974 Feb 19   Black Sabbath, Captal Centre
that sounds awesome, was your face permanently scared from the awesomeness of this
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