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Posted 27 June 2012 - 01:21 PM

Going to the one here. I think it's in Oct?

Nice. I might try to make the Buffalo show in October as well, it's either there or Charlotte since Rush has neglected Raleigh yet again.

they're bringing an 8-piece string section to help out on this tour. didn't end up with vegas tix like i had hoped, but this is just the first leg. they'll be doing another leg next spring/summer/fall.

it's heavily rumored that they'll be doing clockwork angels in its entirety. you lucky bass turds. 2013 can't get here fast enough.

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Posted 27 June 2012 - 02:04 PM

they're bringing an 8-piece string section to help out on this tour. didn't end up with vegas tix like i had hoped, but this is just the first leg. they'll be doing another leg next spring/summer/fall.

it's heavily rumored that they'll be doing clockwork angels in its entirety. you lucky bass turds. 2013 can't get here fast enough.


Just to piss you off some more, I'm in a suite with free beer and food. :D

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Posted 28 June 2012 - 12:57 AM

Tech N9ne (6/12) and Childish Gambino ( 6/19) at the Ballroom


Glover sucks live. Saw him at Rock The Bells in Brooklyn last year.

I stopped attending big concerts about 20 years ago. Still hit bar-sized concerts and free outdoor shows, but I just figured my big concert days were behind me. And then a funny thing seemed to have happened. My son got interested in music and is old enough to attend some shows. And for the most part he listens to music that I can really dig. I got my feet wet again last Summer at Artpark but the real fun came when my (then) 13 yr old son started begging me to let him go to the Uproar Festival at Darien Lake last August. Eventually I relented on the condition that I go as well. For the most part the bands weren't bands I would ordinarily listen to but the headliners especially weren't bad, and since I am a reformed (sort of) metal head the last two bands in particular were pretty damned enjoyable.

So this year the kid is already begging me to go to a concert with him, and frankly, I was looking forward to the Summer's concert schedule for my own enjoyment. Looks like a pretty fair concert season coming. This is my concert plan for the coming year;

June 29 Buffalo Place- Grace Potter and the Nocturnals This band puts on a great show. They have a fantastic old school rock vibe to them. And Grace Potter is darned nice to look at too. If you are not familiar, look them up on youtube. Fantastic rock performers.

Darien Lake- Allman Brothers and Carlos Santana Taking the wife to see this one. Two of my favorites from the bluesy end of rock.

Darien Lake- Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper Re-living my junior year in high school. LOL Actually, I won't be buying tix to this show. I'll be a volunteer. I am involved with one of the not-for-profits that man the beer kiosks at the venue. I'm already signed up to dish out $12 Bud Lights to the head banging masses. I won't get a look at the stage most likely but I'll be able to listen to the show. \nn/

Darien Lake- Slipknot/Slayer/Motorhead/Anthrax This is the show my kid is bugging me about. Yeah, we're gonna go. I've never seen Motorhead or Slayer in concert so I'm looking forward to it. I'm sure my ears will be bleeding by the time the show ends. And 3 out of 4 of those bands are up my alley.

First Niagara Center- Rush Now this one *will* have me re-living my junior year in high school. Going with a longtime friend. I can't wait until October.


Anyone else ready for Summer concert season?


Motorhead is great live.

I had the pleasure of bringing them to Rochester a handful of years ago. Lacuna Coil opened.

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Posted 28 June 2012 - 08:11 AM

Just grabbed a ducat for Heart at Artpark in July. Seeing Heart for ten bucks? Yeah, I'll do that any day of the week! Saw them live back a few years ago (might have been at Marine Midland Arena, but it could have been the Aud) and they were great. Anyway, the tickets were way more than ten bucks. Might be interested in seeing Yes and Procul Harum, but Yes is minus Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman/Tony Kaye/Patrick Moraz. On the plus side, this show is only five bucks...

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Posted 12 July 2012 - 09:25 AM

Tonight in Raleigh it's the Last Summer on Earth tour (Cracker, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Blues Traveler and Barenaked Ladies). I'm more looking forward to Big Head Todd and Blues Traveler, the wife loves BNL though. Hopefully the rain holds off.

And for all you WNY'ers, the concert of the summer has been announced. Steel Panther at The Rapids Theater on 8/8. Don't miss it.

http://www.zvents.co...5-steel-panther

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Posted 12 July 2012 - 09:26 AM

Taking my son to see Seether tonight at the Harbor. Anyone else here thinking of attending?

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Posted 12 July 2012 - 09:27 AM

Taking my son to see Seether tonight at the Harbor. Anyone else here thinking of attending?


Blue-Gold game/concert combo?

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Posted 12 July 2012 - 09:31 AM

Blue-Gold game/concert combo?


No plans for it. Rushing home from work then taking the long drive into Buffalo. Hopefully we get there before the crowd gets huge near the stage for the main event. Taking my boy and his GF so I am kind of a chaperone in this case. First band starts around 5:30 but there is no way we get there in time for that. I'm not sure when the headliners usually take the stage (first time for me at this venue) but I'm expecting to get home pretty late as well.

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Posted 12 July 2012 - 10:08 AM

No plans for it. Rushing home from work then taking the long drive into Buffalo. Hopefully we get there before the crowd gets huge near the stage for the main event. Taking my boy and his GF so I am kind of a chaperone in this case. First band starts around 5:30 but there is no way we get there in time for that. I'm not sure when the headliners usually take the stage (first time for me at this venue) but I'm expecting to get home pretty late as well.


When I was working in the production industry, general rule was if the openers were not big name bands, they usually didn't get more than a few songs/a half hour each (if there were more than 1 opener) unless the headliner wanted to go on later. If one of the openers is a big name band they got more time.

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Posted 12 July 2012 - 10:45 AM

Every year I find a city close to attend a Robert Cray concert.

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Posted 12 July 2012 - 07:56 PM

Tonight in Raleigh it's the Last Summer on Earth tour (Cracker, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Blues Traveler and Barenaked Ladies). I'm more looking forward to Big Head Todd and Blues Traveler, the wife loves BNL though. Hopefully the rain holds off.

And for all you WNY'ers, the concert of the summer has been announced. Steel Panther at The Rapids Theater on 8/8. Don't miss it.

http://www.zvents.co...5-steel-panther


I'm here.Its 1994 all over again.

Edited by Claude_Verret, 12 July 2012 - 07:57 PM.


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Posted 12 July 2012 - 08:50 PM

really wanted to go over to Seether after the game but my friend was on 2 hours of sleep so i had to bring him home

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Posted 12 July 2012 - 10:00 PM

What the Blink 182 lady looks like today...

http://www.buzzfeed....ooks-like-today


Thats what meth will get ya. Wow. Has she ever gone downhill.

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Posted 13 July 2012 - 06:05 AM

really wanted to go over to Seether after the game but my friend was on 2 hours of sleep so i had to bring him home


you missed a very good 90 minute set. they had the place cranked.

Oh, and I had a Pat Kaleta sighting at the show. he walked right in front of my son and I.

Edited by weave, 13 July 2012 - 06:06 AM.


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Posted 14 July 2012 - 02:44 PM



So I'm at an outdoor festival gig last night on a series of soccer pitches — it's flat, no seats, no stands.
Weather's hot and sunny, about 12,000 people having fun, relatively mellow by rock show standards.
My wife and I are standing maybe six rows back from the stage waiting for the headliner. Crowd is pretty tight, but nobody's moving yet.
I'm shoulder-to-shoulder with a big dude — maybe 6'6", athletic, not with anyone.
He's drunk, but not overly obnoxious. We talk a bit, not much and I kinda forget about him.
A while later I notice he's gone down on one knee.
Me and the guy on the other side look at him, then at each other, our jaws drop — he's quietly taking a piss.
I nudge my wife, and others start to notice.
Girl in front of him — literally less than a foot away — turns, shrieks "ohmigod!" and pushes forward.
Her boyfriend looks like he's ready to pop the guy one, checks out how big he is, then decides to join his girl.
Crowd opens a small hole around him. he finishes, zips, then calmly stands up like nothing happened.
On with the show.
Maybe I lead a sheltered life, but I've never seen anything like it.


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Posted 14 July 2012 - 03:01 PM

So I'm at an outdoor festival gig last night on a series of soccer pitches — it's flat, no seats, no stands.
Weather's hot and sunny, about 12,000 people having fun, relatively mellow by rock show standards.
My wife and I are standing maybe six rows back from the stage waiting for the headliner. Crowd is pretty tight, but nobody's moving yet.
I'm shoulder-to-shoulder with a big dude — maybe 6'6", athletic, not with anyone.
He's drunk, but not overly obnoxious. We talk a bit, not much and I kinda forget about him.
A while later I notice he's gone down on one knee.
Me and the guy on the other side look at him, then at each other, our jaws drop — he's quietly taking a piss.
I nudge my wife, and others start to notice.
Girl in front of him — literally less than a foot away — turns, shrieks "ohmigod!" and pushes forward.
Her boyfriend looks like he's ready to pop the guy one, checks out how big he is, then decides to join his girl.
Crowd opens a small hole around him. he finishes, zips, then calmly stands up like nothing happened.
On with the show.
Maybe I lead a sheltered life, but I've never seen anything like it.


Can't let having to take a piss mess with being 6th row from the stage just before the headliner is about to come on.

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 03:12 PM

I've never seen it but heard of folks who have. A good freinds wife got pissed on during a Def Lepard concert on the lawn at Darien Lake awhile back.

That's rude as ######. Use a ###### portapotty in deference to all the sandal wearers in the crowd. Of course it would be rather helpful if the venues actually rented enough potties for the size of the crowds. That tends to be a problem at most venues with resonable beer prices.

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 09:30 PM

Springsteen at Wrigley is off the agenda. Dammit, kinda. I was in the pit last time in Buffalo, and I was there (close down but no pit) the very last time Clemons played with the band, so ok. Third-tier seats at Wrigley still would have been "I saw Springsteen at Wrigley," though.

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 03:57 AM

I hope I can see "The Carburetors" this year. (I would be suprised if anyone knows them haha) ... The other bands I like aren't touring in Germany soon.... So not much going on this year

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Posted 16 July 2012 - 04:49 PM

I hope I can see "The Carburetors" this year. (I would be suprised if anyone knows them haha) ... The other bands I like aren't touring in Germany soon.... So not much going on this year


They were posted (perhaps by you) on this or another thread within the last week or two.

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Posted 16 July 2012 - 06:16 PM

Can't let having to take a piss mess with being 6th row from the stage just before the headliner is about to come on.


Should've waited until the headliner was playing; then nobody would have noticed.

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Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:44 PM

Saw buck cherry yesterday at gratwick. I was plowed and don't remember much, but I'm told I had fun.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 01:27 AM

I've never seen it but heard of folks who have. A good freinds wife got pissed on during a Def Lepard concert on the lawn at Darien Lake awhile back.

That's rude as ######. Use a ###### portapotty in deference to all the sandal wearers in the crowd. Of course it would be rather helpful if the venues actually rented enough potties for the size of the crowds. That tends to be a problem at most venues with resonable beer prices.


Don't wear sandals to any type of concert, whether indoors or out.

Simple as that.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 05:14 AM

They were posted (perhaps by you) on this or another thread within the last week or two.


yeah I think it was me.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 10:12 AM

Saw Alice Cooper and Iron maiden last night. Great show. The old timers can still bring it and sound terrific doing it. I was "working" the show but it wasn't really work. The venue shares concession profits with not-for-profit organizations that provide volunteers for the concession stands. I was volunteering for a non profit last night and ended up selling beer out of wheel barrels in the lawn area. Nothing quite like diving into the raucous part of the crowd to do your sales. Had a great view of the stage and while the music is playing beer sales is kind of slow so I got to enjoy a great show for just a bit of work. and a not-for-profit benefited as well. Win-win.

Next up for me is Allman Bros and Santana this weekend. I'm a paying customer for that show though.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 10:48 AM

Saw Alice Cooper and Iron maiden last night. Great show. The old timers can still bring it and sound terrific doing it. I was "working" the show but it wasn't really work. The venue shares concession profits with not-for-profit organizations that provide volunteers for the concession stands. I was volunteering for a non profit last night and ended up selling beer out of wheel barrels in the lawn area. Nothing quite like diving into the raucous part of the crowd to do your sales. Had a great view of the stage and while the music is playing beer sales is kind of slow so I got to enjoy a great show for just a bit of work. and a not-for-profit benefited as well. Win-win.

Next up for me is Allman Bros and Santana this weekend. I'm a paying customer for that show though.

I was there, too. My highlights were "The Prisoner" & "Wasted Years". I also enjoyed Alice Cooper. The last song sung with a Sabres jersey on was a nice touch (him being from Detroit and all).

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 10:52 AM

I was there, too. My highlights were "The Prisoner" & "Wasted Years". I also enjoyed Alice Cooper. The last song sung with a Sabres jersey on was a nice touch (him being from Detroit and all).


Alice still puts on a great show. Plenty of energy in the performances last night.

Oh, and if you bought beer in the lawn area from a vendor working out of a wheel barrel it may have been me.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 10:58 AM

Am I the only one who cringes a bit when bands come out with local sports gear on? Unless they're actually from the area it seems a bit patronizing. No judgment Cooper's part, plenty of acts do it, just not my favorite.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 10:58 AM

Alice still puts on a great show. Plenty of energy in the performances last night.

Oh, and if you bought beer in the lawn area from a vendor working out of a wheel barrel it may have been me.


I like Alice & I have seen him several times in the past. I am never disappointed. This was my 3rd time for Maiden, but not since 20 years ago when I was in high school.
Only bought one beer & that was up front.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 11:11 AM

I like Alice & I have seen him several times in the past. I am never disappointed. This was my 3rd time for Maiden, but not since 20 years ago when I was in high school.
Only bought one beer & that was up front.


First time for both those bands for me. Maiden never was my first choice in music. Didn't mind listening to their stuff but didn't like them enough to pay for a ticket. Now that I've seen their show I can safely say I was missing out on something by choosing not to go in the 80's. They looked and sounded great and had a very entertaining stage show so I can only imagine that they'd have been terrific back in their prime.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 11:53 AM

Not planing to attend one this year but I forgot to add that I would like to go to a Bon Jovi concert one day. I am usually more a hard rock/metal fan but I would like to see one of their shows as I think they can put up a great one.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 12:03 PM

Am I the only one who cringes a bit when bands come out with local sports gear on? Unless they're actually from the area it seems a bit patronizing. No judgment Cooper's part, plenty of acts do it, just not my favorite.


It doesn't bother me one way or another but I got a couple of good pictures and sent them home to my wife & daughter because I knew they would get a kick of it.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 09:58 AM

Was at the Santana - Allman Bros show last night. Boy, the old guys are really bringing it this year. Both bands sounded really tight. Had a great time. Scratch #4 for the season off the list.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 11:19 AM

I'll be heading up to the DC area this Sunday to catch the Slayer, Anthrax, Motorhead, and Slipknot show before heading up to Buffalo to catch the same show that next Wednesday. I'm stoked.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 11:24 AM

I'll be heading up to the DC area this Sunday to catch the Slayer, Anthrax, Motorhead, and Slipknot show before heading up to Buffalo to catch the same show that next Wednesday. I'm stoked.


I've got box seats up front with VIP access for that show at Darien Lake. Should be a good time.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 11:32 AM

I've got box seats up front with VIP access for that show at Darien Lake. Should be a good time.


Sweet. We got the lawn tickets because they are way cheaper, plus I just can't see the point in sitting down for a metal show, and I'm pretty sure you're not allowed to smoke where the covered seating in, even in Viriginia as I've caught some shows in the Norfolk and VA Beach areas where that was the case in the past. I was glad I held off on tickets initially too. Originally you could get a 4 pack of lawn tickets for about 32 dollars a head but the price for both shows dropped to $68 for a 4 pack so we got tickets for $17 a head.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 12:28 PM

I'll be heading up to the DC area this Sunday to catch the Slayer, Anthrax, Motorhead, and Slipknot show before heading up to Buffalo to catch the same show that next Wednesday. I'm stoked.


One of these bands is not like the other ones, one of these bands in not the same.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 12:38 PM

One of these bands is not like the other ones, one of these bands in not the same.


Yeah, I lost all respect for Slipknot after their turd of a 3rd albumn but I'm hoping they'll stick to their hard stuff given the lineup they'll be playing with.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 02:08 PM

Sweet. We got the lawn tickets because they are way cheaper, plus I just can't see the point in sitting down for a metal show, and I'm pretty sure you're not allowed to smoke where the covered seating in, even in Viriginia as I've caught some shows in the Norfolk and VA Beach areas where that was the case in the past. I was glad I held off on tickets initially too. Originally you could get a 4 pack of lawn tickets for about 32 dollars a head but the price for both shows dropped to $68 for a 4 pack so we got tickets for $17 a head.


Well, my seats were free (to me) so if I'm not actually planting my ass in them I'm OK with it. :P

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 06:37 PM

Well, my seats were free (to me) so if I'm not actually planting my ass in them I'm OK with it. :P


Always nice to have connections. Enjoy the show, and if you get to meet Slipknot in person, tell'em their 3rd album was gayer than 8 guys blowing 9 guys.





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