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College Football Hall of Fame
Sep 4, 2004
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Van Halen
US Festival 1983
May 28, 1983
Glen Helen Regional Park
San Bernardino, CA

Disc 1:
1. Romeo Delight
2. Unchained - Drum solo
3. The Full Bug
4. Runnin' With The Devil
5. Jamie's Cryin'
6. So This Is Love
7. Little Guitars
8. Bass solo
9. Dance The Night Away

Disc 2:
1. Cathedral
2. Secrets
3. Drum solo
4. Everybody Wants Some
5. Ice Cream Man
6. Pretty Woman
7. Guitar solo
8. Ain't Talkin' Bout Love
9. Bottom's Up
10. You Really Got Me - Happy Trails
 

Wasker77

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Eastern Washington
Texas Red Dirt Country. Koe Wetzel, William Clark Green, Kevin Fowler, Sunny Sweeney, Aaron Watson, Charlie Robison, Casey Donahew, Flatland Calvary, Pat Green, Cody Johnson, Wade Bowen, Stony LaRue, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Robert Earl Keen, Cody Canada, Dale Watson, Randy Rogers, Turnpike Troubadours are just a few bands that I like. I bet I am the biggest listener in the Northwest to KFWR Fort Worth (I use the Tune In app at home and in the car).
 
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College Football Hall of Fame
Sep 4, 2004
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Pearl Jam (as Mookie Blaylock)
October 22, 1990
Off-Ramp Cafe
Seattle, WA

(Part 1: Mamasan Demos, September 1990)
1. Alive
2. Once
3. Footsteps

(Part 2: Off-Ramp Cafe: 10/22/1990)
4. Evenflow (soundcheck)
5. Release
6. Alone
7. Alive
8. Once
9. Evenflow
10. Black
11. Breath
12. Girl

(Part 3: Ten rough mix outtake 4/26/91)
13. Brother
 

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College Football Hall of Fame
Sep 4, 2004
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Chris Cornell
April 8, 2007
First Avenue
Minneapolis, MN

Disc 1:
1. Intro
2. Spoonman
3. Outshined
4. Hunger Strike
5. Like A Stone
6. No Such Thing
7. Zero Chance
8. Burden In My Hand
9. Pretty Noose
10. Seasons
11. Call Me A Dog - Doesn't Remind Me
12. What You Are
13. Poison Eye
14. Billie Jean
15. Rusty Cage

Disc 2:
1. Encore Break
2. Wide Awake
3. Black Hole Sun
4. Arms Around Your Love
5. Jesus Christ Pose

This is bad ass!
 

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First Team All-Big Ten
Feb 4, 2002
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Pearl Jam (as Mookie Blaylock)
October 22, 1990
Off-Ramp Cafe
Seattle, WA

(Part 1: Mamasan Demos, September 1990)
1. Alive
2. Once
3. Footsteps

(Part 2: Off-Ramp Cafe: 10/22/1990)
4. Evenflow (soundcheck)
5. Release
6. Alone
7. Alive
8. Once
9. Evenflow
10. Black
11. Breath
12. Girl

(Part 3: Ten rough mix outtake 4/26/91)
13. Brother
This brings back lots of memories - thanks
 
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College Football Hall of Fame
Sep 4, 2004
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Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
September 13, 1989
Dean Smith Center
Chapel Hill,NC

1. Bye Bye Johnny
2. The Damage You've Done
3. Breakdown
4. Free Fallin'
5. The Waiting
6. Ben's Boogie
7. Don't Come Around Here No More
8. Southern Accents
9. Even The Losers
10. Listen To Her Heart
11. A Face In The Crowd
12. Something Big
13. I Won't Back Down
14. I Need To Know
15. Refugee
16. Runnin' Down A Dream
 

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College Football Hall of Fame
Sep 4, 2004
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Aldo Nova
September 27, 1983
WMMS Coffee Break
Agora Ballroom
Cleveland, OH

1. Intro
2. Subject's Theme
3. Monkey On Your Back
4. Foolin' Yourself
5. Hey Operator
6. Cry Baby Cry
7. Always Be Mine
8. Under The Gun
9. War Suite
10. Paradise
11. Hold Back The Night
12. Fantasy
13. Heart To Heart
14. Hot Love
 

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College Football Hall of Fame
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Soundgarden
July 23, 1994
Fair Park Coliseum
Dallas,TX

Disc 1:
1. Jesus Christ Pose
2. Spoonman
3. Let Me Drown
4. Mailman
5. The Day I Tried To Live
6. My Wave
7. Flower
8. Black Hole Sun
9. Searching With My Good Eye Closed
10. Superunknown
11. Rusty Cage

Disc 2:
1. Half
2. Mind Riot
3. Fell On Black Days
4. Drawing Flies
5. Slaves & Bulldozers
6. Kickstand
7. Face Pollution
8. Like Suicide
9. Head Down
10. Hands All Over
 

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College Football Hall of Fame
Sep 4, 2004
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Ramones
October 21, 1977
Whisky A Go Go
Los Angeles, California

1. Intro
2. Loudmouth
3. Beat On The Brat
4. Blitzkrieg Bop
5. I Remember You
6. Glad To See You Go
7. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
8. You're Gonna Kill That Girl
9. I Don't Care
10. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
11. Rockaway Beach
12. Commando
13. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
14. Surfin' Bird
15. Cretin Hop
16. Listen To My Heart
17. California Sun
18. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
19. Pinhead
20. Encore break
21. Suzy Is A Headbanger
22. Chain Saw
23. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
24. Encore break
25. Now I Want To Be A Good Boy
26. Let's Dance

Soundboard, baby!
 

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Feb 5, 2003
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Omaha
www.youtube.com
Aldo Nova
September 27, 1983
WMMS Coffee Break
Agora Ballroom
Cleveland, OH

1. Intro
2. Subject's Theme
3. Monkey On Your Back
4. Foolin' Yourself
5. Hey Operator
6. Cry Baby Cry
7. Always Be Mine
8. Under The Gun
9. War Suite
10. Paradise
11. Hold Back The Night
12. Fantasy
13. Heart To Heart
14. Hot Love
I listened to this last week.
 
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Baxter48

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Sep 22, 2010
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Gods country
Aerosmith
September 18, 1975
Keil Auditorium
St. Louis, MO
Soundboard

1. Walking The dog
2. SOS
3. Somebody
4. Big Ten Inch
5. Sweet Emotion
6. Dream On
7. Write Me
8. Walk This Way
9. No More No More
10. Same Old Song And Dance
11. Train Kept A Rollin'
Willie Nelson was one of the best concerts I ever attended, for two hours all he did was play music and sings he never stopped and talked except at the end when he introduced everyone in his band
 
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Cloud@Heart

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I don't often mention the state to the east of Nebraska, but my friend Greg Brown lives there and he has some tunes worth listening to. He comes out a fishes the missouri with us most summers and plays an audience better than he does a trout! He is married to Iris Dement who may be a little more famous than him (but I am not as fond of her music)


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resdog851

Blackshirt
Dec 30, 2003
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Papillion, Nebraska
Willie Nelson was one of the best concerts I ever attended, for two hours all he did was play music and sings he never stopped and talked except at the end when he introduced everyone in his band
I saw Willie a few years ago when he was only 81. I had quite the opposite feeling. Jason Isbell opened the show and was awesome. Allison Krauss and Union Station were next and were worth the price I paid for the ticket. They were probably one of the best bands I have ever seen live. Then Willie came on. He SUCKED. Bad. Slayer would have been jealous at the volume they had Willie's guitar turned up to. The poor band had to keep adjusting to Willie's odd pace. Willie didn't feel like singing that night either. He just sort of mumble talked every song. Some of the songs were unrecognizable. Garage cover bands would have sounded ten times better than he did that night.
 
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Baxter48

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I saw Willie a few years ago when he was only 81. I had quite the opposite feeling. Jason Isbell opened the show and was awesome. Allison Krauss and Union Station were next and were worth the price I paid for the ticket. They were probably one of the best bands I have ever seen live. Then Willie came on. He SUCKED. Bad. Slayer would have been jealous at the volume they had Willie's guitar turned up to. The poor band had to keep adjusting to Willie's odd pace. Willie didn't feel like singing that night either. He just sort of mumble talked every song. Some of the songs were unrecognizable. Garage cover bands would have sounded ten times better than he did that night.
Think I saw him in the late 80’s that’s a few years ago
 

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College Football Hall of Fame
Sep 4, 2004
22,998
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Arlington, TX
Willie Nelson was one of the best concerts I ever attended, for two hours all he did was play music and sings he never stopped and talked except at the end when he introduced everyone in his band
Willie was on my bucket list. Saw him play in November 2017 at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth. I was worried because he had some health problems. He had cancelled some shows due to health issues. I saw him online and he didn't sound too great. My mother had passed in June of that year and he was one of her favorites. Boy, I was glad when Willie started playing. He was great! I paid handsomely to sit halfway to the stage behind some pillars. I wish I could have afforded to sit closer. I forget the warm up band. They were good. Willie was awesome!
 
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Nebraska Football Hall of Fame
Aug 27, 2006
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Jerry Reed has so many great songs, such a unique talent who is often over looked when talking about country and western in its heyday. He belongs near the top IMO as one of the great story tellers of all time. Cash, Conway, Tom T. Hall, All better than Reed in that department, but he's top 5 for me in that category.
 

Catch50

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Feb 5, 2003
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Pearl Jam
Amsterdam 92
February 12, 1992
Melkweg
Amsterdam, Holland

1. Wash
2. Once
3. Even Flow
4. State Of Love And Trust
5. Alive
6. Black
7. Deep
8. Jeremy
9. Why Go
10. Bad Mouth Improv - Porch
11. I've Got A Feeling
It will be at least another week of a lot of Van Halen

RIP EVH.
 
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College Football Hall of Fame
Sep 4, 2004
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I'll be at least another week of a lot of Van Halen

RIP EVH.
I've been listening to a lot of VH lately. Loved all it's eras (maybe not Chirone). Eddie was so talented on guitar and keyboards. Let's not forget his ability to make music. I have been revisiting some songs that I was burnt out on. I realized the music was what made it so popular. Great stuff.
 

ZaneHickey

Defensive Coordinator
Dec 3, 2004
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Pearl Jam
Amsterdam 92
February 12, 1992
Melkweg
Amsterdam, Holland

1. Wash
2. Once
3. Even Flow
4. State Of Love And Trust
5. Alive
6. Black
7. Deep
8. Jeremy
9. Why Go
10. Bad Mouth Improv - Porch
11. I've Got A Feeling
Last night, last song to play on the Spotify list was from The Sheepdogs. Really solid Canadian band. Love 'em.
 

Catch50

Athletic Director
Feb 5, 2003
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I've been listening to a lot of VH lately. Loved all it's eras (maybe not Chirone). Eddie was so talented on guitar and keyboards. Let's not forget his ability to make music. I have been revisiting some songs that I was burnt out on. I realized the music was what made it so popular. Great stuff.
The one thing I don't get is he criticized Michael Anthony as a bass player. All three of them contributed to very unique sound. Progressive rock at it's best.

I really wish I had seen VH. And Cheap Trick with Bun E Carlos.
 

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EVH was arguably a better drummer than guitar player. Personally, I think he was a wasted talent with the guys he surrounded himself with. Some of that stuff got pretty bad
 

Catch50

Athletic Director
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EVH was arguably a better drummer than guitar player. Personally, I think he was a wasted talent with the guys he surrounded himself with. Some of that stuff got pretty bad
Alex not so good? He was a timekeeper but still with a big sound. I don't know how any human can drum the intro to "Hot for Teacher". (Many actually have.)