Skip to comments.What concerts/musical performances did you attend in 2013?
Posted on 12/30/2013 7:40:55 AM PST by GSWarrior
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Greg Allman and Leon Russell
3 nights seeing Prince at Mohegan Sun! Now that was music ♫
Red Hot Chili Peppers
All great and in Orlando.
His is talent that transcends genre. Composer/producer; pianist/guitarist. Arranger for Sting's latest album, "The Last Ship."
Above all the man lives his Faith.
Significant understated accomplishments. I have attended his Christmas program for each of the last 18 years.
Elton John - Chicago - Ted Nugent, Styx, REO Speedwagon -
Lynyrd Skynyrd & Bad Company.
This is fun. Here’s the live performances I heard this year (some were at festivals):
Steampunk World’s Fair:
Steam Powered Giraffe
The Men who Will Not be Blamed for Nothing
Eli August and the Abandoned Buildings
Frenchy and the Punk
The Folks Below
Eli August House Party
Tacoma Park Festival:
- Eli August
Steam Powered Giraffe Yulemas Special
I love Martin Sexton. What a set of pipes! And his guitar playing isn’t too shabby either.
And I saw Pere Ubu in a little club back in the early 80s! They were fantastic. I had no idea they were still touring. At that time Dave Thomas was pretty heavy and sweaty. I didn't think he had this long a shelf life ahead of him.
Hem was great. First Aid Kit were okay.
A full panoply of Classical Concerts with the Kansas City Symphiny as well as their Pops concerts featuring Sheena Easton at one, then just two weeks ago, say The Texas Temors in Concert.
I saw the Eagles (the band not the football team) at Madison Square Garden. Awesome show!
Just System of a Down at the Hollywood Bowl. Awesome. I’ve never heard MORE people singing along to everything in my life.
Check out Il Divo, the four guys that Simon Cowell put together. Beautiful operatic voices and they sing pop songs, among others, have a wonderful sound and aren’t bad to look at. My daughter and I have been to two of their concerts and plan to go to St. Louis in April to the Peabody Opera House to see them again. They have never disappointed us.
Brian Wilson/Jeff Beck
Nik Turner of Hawkwind performing Space Ritual
Kid Congo Powers
The Moving Sidewalks
Acid Mother’s Temple
Daptone Soul Revue featuring Sharon Jones, Sugarman 3, Charles Bradley, Budos Band
Ramblin’ Jack Elliot
Give me time and I may recall more
The culture has been subverted by socially retarded liberals.
They no longer create. They re-create or re-cast or re-imagine.
Reboot comics, reboot movie franchises, adapt movies for Broadway, cover albums, etc.
I saw Dave Thomas and Cheetah Chrome in a Rocket From The Tombs revival a few years back. I heard rumors of another one but then nothing.
I don’t understand why Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings don’t own the world.
Truly independent label
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