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Tim O Neill
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Posted: 15 May 2020 at 12:28pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply



Paul G: "Considering all thatís going on right now, perhaps a better title would
be your most recent concert? "

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Ha! Yes, I did not intend it to sound so apocalyptic! I am going to leave it as it
could be prophetic. And judging by the frequency with which both you and JB
are attending concerts, I think it is an accurate description for you two!


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Tim O Neill
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David M: "Ha! The Who at Hollywood Bowl was my last concert, too. But on
the 24th."

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Nice! Another moment I loved that made me glad I stayed away from peeking
at any set lists before seeing the concert - "Imagine a Man" with the orchestra
was just great. That is a deep cut I was not expecting. And I loved the
arrangement for "Won't Get Fooled Again."






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Brian Floyd
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Posted: 16 May 2020 at 7:39pm | IP Logged | 3 post reply

Kenny Chesney, way back when She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy was a big hit. Opening acts were Brad Paisley, and a band called Yankee Grey I've never heard of since.
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Brian Miller
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Paisley opened for Chesney? That's all sorts of wrong.
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Thad Studebaker
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Paul McCartney, June 2019, Ft. Wayne, IN. His was the last concert on my bucket list and one that I never felt would happen.
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Shaun Barry
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Blue Man Group in 2006.

My wife and I saw them once before in Boston... one of the best, most fun live shows we ever saw.  When we saw them again in '06, we were thrilled... but the overall depressing theme this time was how corporations suck, your work cube-life sucks, and overall, life sucks and you die.  While my wife was 3 months pregnant with our second daughter.

One of the worst shows we ever saw!



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Brian Floyd
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Paisley opened for Chesney? That's all sorts of wrong.

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This was before anyone had really even heard of Paisley. I had no clue who he was at the time.

Chesney is really pppular here, because he's originally from the next county over. After the Vols won the championship bag in `98, he recorded a song called "Touchdown Tennessee" that uses audio clips of the (now late) great John Ward calling games in it. I have it on CD somewhere around here. (Ward retired after they won the championship, and died a few years ago)

 I bought a beige cap at the concert, and still wear it from time to time. 




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Brian Miller
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I thought Paisley had been around long before Chesney.

(And Iím just right down the road from you. I realize Chesney is yuge in
Knoxville.)

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Eric Smearman
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Soundgarden and Nine-Inch Nails about 5-6 years ago.
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Brian Miller
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I never did get to see Soundgarden after they got back together.
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Brandon Carter
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I saw Trisha Yearwood perform with the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra on March 7, 2020 and enjoyed it quite a bit.  The first half of the show was songs from her current album of Frank Sinatra songs; the second half was mostly her hits.  This one just barely made it; it wasn't that long after that all the restrictions kicked in. 


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Joseph Greathouse
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Posted: 21 May 2020 at 11:09am | IP Logged | 12 post reply

We love live music when we can, most of what we see are
small shows at local venues. Our last big concert was
Elton John in Kansas City last year. I was supposed to
see Rage Against the Machine there this month, but it
looks like that was moved to July of 2021.
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