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notoriouspbake

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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #30 on: August 13, 2017, 09:56:05 AM »

1. 4/6/17 king gizzard and the lizard wizard @ magic stick detroit
2. 4/14 great lake swimmers @ the ark ann arbor
3. 4/22 moon duo/jessica lynn @ el club detroit !
4. 6/2 sigur ros @ masonic temple detroit
5. 6/7 Wilco @ meadow brook amphitheater, rochester hills, mi
6. 6/10 Cowboy Junkies @ the ark, ann arbor

7. 8/11 MEW w/ monikr @ magic stick, detroit

the boys from denmark rocked the place! great show, plenty from the new release "visuals" with some older material sprinkler in the set list.
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #31 on: September 06, 2017, 05:40:52 PM »


1.   1/15/2017--Muuy Biien/Leggy--MOTR Pub, Cincinnati, Ohio
2.  2/26/2017--Jason Ringenberg--Southgate House Revival (Revival Room), Newport, Kentucky
3.  3/24/2017--Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express/Chuck Cleaver--Southgate House Revival, Newport, Kentucky
4.  4/13/2017--Jonathan Richman--Southgate House Revival (Revival Room), Newport, Kentucky
5.  4/13/2017--William Matheny & Strange Constellations--Southgate House Revival (Lounge), Newport, Kentucky
6.  6/8/2017--The Joy Formidable/Cusses--Woodward Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio
7.  8/21/2017--Chastity Belt/Joseph--Roebling Point Entertainment District, Covington, Kentucky

8.   9/2/2017--Song Of The Mountains TV taping:  Jim Lauderdale/Sherman Holmes/Judy Marshall/Webb Wilder--Lincoln Theatre, Marion, Virginia

I'm not an architecture buff but The Marion Theatre is an absolutely beautiful venue--one of only three Art Deco Mayan Revival theaters in the world.  The murals are amazing, and the carvings and painting have incredible detail.  Very good sound quality as well--just a great place to see a show.

Webb Wilder was originally set to close the show.  I guess they are trying to expand beyond their "bluegrass and old timey" fan base.  Since the advance ticket sales didn't exactly set records, Webb was demoted to opener, while the artistically inferior Jim Lauderdale closed the show.  Jim didn't help put that many more asses in the seats.

Webb's set was by far the highlight of the evening, as much for his integrity as  the fine music: despite playing without his band and with just an acoustic guitar, he did not pander to country music enthusiasts in the crowd.  The tunes he played have long been part of his repertoire, while his stage patter included tales of the rock bands he and his friends would travel to see when he was younger.  And he recited The Webb Wilder Credo:  Work hard, rock hard, eat hard, sleep hard, grow big, wear glasses if you need 'em.

As for the rest:  Sherman Holmes (good; fine singer), Judy Marshall (all right), and Jim Lauderdale (retire now while you're not that far behind).
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #32 on: September 06, 2017, 10:47:43 PM »

Last week I saw Interpol while on vacation in Belgium, on their "Turn on the Bright Lights 15th Anniversary" tour in Tilburg, NL (about 50 mi. north of Antwerp), what a fantastic evening of music that was. They started the show playing TOTBL front to back, and in the encore played a mixed "greatest hits", just fabulous. Interpol hasn't been relevant since 2007 or so (in my book anyway), but this show was lights out, period.
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Kwyjibo

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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #33 on: September 07, 2017, 08:31:49 AM »

Are they doing that in the states?  I saw them at the old Southgate House on the original TOTBL tour and it was a great show.
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #34 on: September 07, 2017, 09:20:33 AM »

Are they doing that in the states?  I saw them at the old Southgate House on the original TOTBL tour and it was a great show.
No idea if they are doing a similar TOTBL anniversary tour in the US.

And yes, I was at that SGH show as well (Jan. 17, 2003)
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Dan

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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #35 on: September 07, 2017, 10:14:27 AM »

Too lazy to google it, but I believe I saw something in a ticketmaster or live nation advertisement stating that they were doing this tour in NYC
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #36 on: September 07, 2017, 01:22:25 PM »

And yes, I was at that SGH show as well (Jan. 17, 2003)

You and 700 of our closest friends.  That was a stupidly crowded show.
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #37 on: September 07, 2017, 04:59:56 PM »

And yes, I was at that SGH show as well (Jan. 17, 2003)

You and 700 of our closest friends.  That was a stupidly crowded show.
But I wouldn't missed it for the world! Here the set list from the 2003 SGH:

1. Untitled
2. Roland
3. Stella Was a Diver and She Was Always Down
4. Length of Love
5. Say Hello to the Angels
6. Hands Away
7. NYC
8. PDA
9. Leif Erikson
10. Obstacle 1
11. The New
12. Obstacle 2

Set list from the show last week in Tilburg, NL:

1.Untitled
2.Obstacle 1
3.NYC
4.PDA
5.Say Hello to the Angels
6.Hands Away
7.Obstacle 2
8.Stella Was a Diver and She Was Always Down
9.Roland
10.The New
11.Leif Erikson
12.Specialist

ENCORE:
13.Not Even Jail
14.Slow Hands
15.Real Life
16.Lights
17.All the Rage Back Home
18.The Heinrich Maneuver
19.Evil
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #38 on: September 18, 2017, 09:53:16 AM »

Saw my first concert for 2017 on Saturday:

1. Afghan Whigs / Har Mar Superstar @ Brooklyn Steel 9/16/2017

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I thought it was rather unpleasant. I struggled the whole time with the sound and the only enjoyable moments were in a few of the songs when it went really soft and (I think) there were no guitars playing. The bass was going, and maybe the keys, but that was probably it. Otherwise I could barely hear the lyrics, the notes, or anything else. Is this a case of the band being poor, the venue being poor, or me being cranky? I couldn't tell. I think that I used to just accept this fact of live music, and especially live rock bands, but I don't know. It's been 1.5 years since I saw a show, and it was Public Service Broadcasting so it was definitely in a different spectrum of music.

That being said, Greg Dulli was cool and they looked stylish. I'm sure they played well but I couldn't tell.

Har Mar Superstar opened and he was a genuine asshole. His music was pretty good, but everything else about him had disaster written all over it. He claimed he was drunk because he went to a 7 year old's birthday party earlier in the day. He tried doing patter between songs but he, literally and legitimately, couldn't complete his own sentences. Later, Greg Dulli finished a song and said that usually Har Mar sings that song and he almost forgot that he wasn't there because he's, "probably doing acid somewhere in Brooklyn. That's not a joke." So yeah - weird situation with that guy, but I guess the Rock N Roll lifestyle never changes even if you're in your mid-40s, fat, and balding. Also, he was wearing some weird tights and my friend instantly commented, "he dresses like my 3 year old daughter."
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #39 on: September 18, 2017, 11:03:09 AM »

I have to back up everything you have to say about Har Mar.  I really like his music, but he just seems like a complete asshole. I saw him at MOTR and he apparently left his dirty hoodie on the stage all night and someone stole it. Now, that definitely shouldn't have happened, but he just kept harping on someone stealing his "drug rug". He even stopped the show and walked out at one point saying he wouldn't come back until someone returned it. Apparently someone talked him off the ledge, as he came back and finished the show after like 15 minutes, but a good portion of the crowd had already left. Maybe he is different offstage (as Barb Abney really seems to like him) but everything I have ever seen him do on stage just leaves a terrible taste in my mouth.
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #40 on: September 24, 2017, 01:15:25 PM »

97 sounds like a good place for an update

1-11 Acid Dad - MOTR
1-15 School of Rock present Left of the Dial – The Woodward
1-15 Muuy Biien / Leggy - MOTR
1-18 Physco - MOTR
1-20 Plastic Ants / The Hiders – Northside Tavern
1-21 Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls / Murder By Death / Arkells – Bogart’s
1-27 The Yugos Album Release / Modern Aquatic / Sylmar – The Woodward
2-04 Cloud Nothings – A&R Bar
2-09 STRFKR / Psychic Twin – The Woodward
2-10 July Talk / Mona – MOTR
2-16 Alanna Royale / The New Royals - MOTR
2-17 K. Flay / Paper Route / Daye Jack – Madison Live
2-17 The Soulfixers – SGH Revival
2-23 Kaleo – CD102.5 Big Room
3-03 St. Paul & The Broken Bones / Aaron Lee Tasjan – Madison Theater
3-04 Joseph / Kelsey Kopecky – 20th Century
3-08 Moving Units / Viktor Fiction / Soviet - MOTR
3-15 Left Lane Cruiser - MOTR
3-16 Phantogram / The Veldt – Bogart’s
3-17 Pink Droyd – Bogart’s
3-18 Sleigh Bells / Tunde Oladiran – Mercury Ballroom
3-19 Mac Sabbath / Okilly Dokilly – The Woodward
3-21 The Revivalists – Madison Theater
3-22 DTCV / Darlene – MOTR
3-24 Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express – SGH Revival
4-01 Choking Susan / Tiger Sex / V-Twin Sin – Urban Artifact
4-03 Local Natives - Madison Theater
4-06 Half The Animal / Matt Schneider – Live at the Ludlow Garage*
4-06 Honduras / Acid Dad - MOTR
4-08 The Claudettes – MOTR (30)
4-12 Jukebox The Ghost / The Elwins – The Woodward
4-14 Kishi Bashi / Tall Tall Trees – 20th Century
4-15 The Upset Victory / Pluto Revolts / Current Events Band / Blank State – The Woodward
4-15 Modern Aquatic – MOTR
4-18 Generationals / Psychic Twin – SGH Revival
4-19 Paws / Smut – MOTR
4-27 The Damned / Bleached – Bogart’s
4-28 Silversun Pickups – Bogart’s
4-29 Jess Lamb / Crystal Bright & the Silver Hands – MOTR
5-05 The Delta Saints - MOTR
5-06 The Pixies / Public TV Access – Madison Theater
5-06 White Reaper / No Parents – Madison Live
5-11 Old 97s / Nicole Atkins – SGH Revival
5-19 Warpaint / Jessica Lea Mayfield – The Newport
5-20 The Yugos – Fountain Square*
5-21 Wildhoney / Leggy / Smut – Mecca
5-26 My Gold Mask / Jane Decker – MOTR
6-02 Death Cab For Cutie / The Shins / Civil Twilight / July Talk / FLOR / The Upset Victory – Bunbury*
6-03 Bassnectar / Pretty Lights / Tech N9ne / Hayley Kiyoko / VHS Collection / Frenship – Bunbury*
6-04 Muse / The 1975 / 30 Seconds To Mars / Rev. Horton Heat / Watsky / Flogging Molly / Arkells / White Reaper – Bunbury*
6-07 ZZ Top – PNC Pavilion*
6-08 The Joy Formidable / Cusses – The Woodward
6-17 The Stone Roses / Blossoms / Sleaford Mods / The G-O-D – Wembley Stadium
7-03 Diane Coffee / Lung / Tweens / Flesh Mother / Swim Team – Northside Rock & Roll Carnival
7-07 Modern Aquatic / Sylmar / This Pine Box / Coastal Club – The Woodward
7-08 Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Fort Thomas*
7-09 Squirrel Nut Zippers – The Woodward
7-10 The Division Men / Pike 27 – Northside Yacht Club
7-14 Tristen / Erin Rae – MOTR
7-15 Darlene CD Release / Joesph / Dinge – Northside Tavern
7-16 Weezer / Tycho / PJ Harvey / Adia Victoria / X Ambassadors / Foxygen / Charles Bradley / Coin – Forecastle*
7-19 Priests / Swim Team / Blakkr – The Woodward
7-19 Bad Bad Hats – MOTR
7-25 Pigeon Terror / Real Dom – NSYC
7-28 TRextasy / Besty Ross / Hateflirt / Kicked Out / Big Hush / Post Pink – The Comet
7-29 Brick + Mortar / Yoke Lore / Jess Lamb & The Factory / Toon Town – The Woodward
7-29 Talk CD Release - MOTR
7-30 2 Cellos – PNC Pavilion
7-31 The Rose Monarch / Angry Planet / Useless Fox - Chameleon
8-03 Royal Blood – Bogart’s
8-03 The Coathangers – Northside Yacht Club
8-05 The Drums / Ne-Hi – Hi-Fi
8-06 Sphynx – MOTR
8-11 Kings of Leon / Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats – Riverbend
8-14 Durand Jones & the Indications - MOTR
8-16 Guided By Voices / The Dopamines – The Woodward
8-19 The Hiders – Taft Art Museum*#%
8-19 Near Earth Objects / Baliff - MOTR
8-20 Sammus / Leggy / Freedom Nicole Moore – Urban Artifact
8-25 Com Truise / Moonbeau / Black Signal – Indie Summer
8-26 Daniel In Stereo / Pluto Revolts / The Grove – Taste of OTR*#%
8-26 Jamacian Queens – MOTR
8-30 Betty Who / Geographer – The Woodward
9-02 When Particles Collide / Chakras / School of Rock – SGH Revival
9-04 Kicked Out / Potty Mouth / Ficus – NSYC
9-05 Electric Guest / Nine Pound Shadow –The Woodward
9-06 Dada / The Trews – SGH Revival
9-07 Young The Giant / Cold War Kids / Joywave – PNC Pavilion*
9-08 The Claudettes - MOTR
9-09 The Revivalists / The Record Company / Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band – RiversEdge*
9-10 Protomyrtar / Melkbelly / Tweens – NSYC
9-14 Overcoats – Madison Live
9-15 Ne-Hi / Sky Hank – MOTR
9-16 The Hiders – Clifton Plaza*
9-21 Sylvan Esso / Helado Negro – Bogart’s
9-23 The New Pornographers / Frightened Rabbit / Valerie June / Filthy Friends / Preoccupations - MPMF
9-24 Walk The Moon / Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 / Flint Eastwood / Dan Deacon / Charly Bliss / Amy O
   Young Heirlooms / Varsity / Sphynx / Current Events / Moonbeau / Coastal Club - MPMF
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #41 on: September 24, 2017, 09:00:22 PM »

[quote author=Drjohnrock link=topic=106769.msg518913#msg518913 date=150473405
1.   1/15/2017--Muuy Biien/Leggy--MOTR Pub, Cincinnati, Ohio
2.  2/26/2017--Jason Ringenberg--Southgate House Revival (Revival Room), Newport, Kentucky
3.  3/24/2017--Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express/Chuck Cleaver--Southgate House Revival, Newport, Kentucky
4.  4/13/2017--Jonathan Richman--Southgate House Revival (Revival Room), Newport, Kentucky
5.  4/13/2017--William Matheny & Strange Constellations--Southgate House Revival (Lounge), Newport, Kentucky
6.  6/8/2017--The Joy Formidable/Cusses--Woodward Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio
7.  8/21/2017--Chastity Belt/Joseph--Roebling Point Entertainment District, Covington, Kentucky
8.   9/2/2017--Song Of The Mountains TV taping:  Jim Lauderdale/Sherman Holmes/Judy Marshall/Webb Wilder--Lincoln Theatre, Marion, Virginia
[/quote]

9.  9/23/2017--Cropped Out Festival (day two):  Bonnie Prince Billy & the Bonafide United Musicians (BUMs)/feedtime/Peter Brotzmann/Shit & Shine/Tyler Damon & Tashi Dorji/Frank Hurricane/Tara Jane O'Neil/David Nance/Sarah Squirm/Le fruit vert/Tyvek/Matt Jencik/Fried Egg/Rays/The Other Years/Deep State--American Turners Club, Louisville, Kentucky

I'm not fond of most festivals. But this yearly fest is very well organized and has a beautiful location on the banks of the Ohio River.  There are four stages, all close together, but no acts play at the same time--in theory, you could see all of them.

My pick of the festival:  Tyvek.  Close call between this and the set by Australia's feedtime.  But this Detroit band has songcraft to go along with the rock power, and showed a lot of adaptability by playing as a trio after the very recent departure of a fourth band member.

Excellent:  feedtime

Very Good:  Rays

Good:  Bonnie Prince Billy & the Bonafide United Musicians; Peter Brotzmann; Shit & Shine (but it's one and done--don't need to see this act again); Tyler Damon & Tashi Dorji; Frank Hurricane (comments about Shit & Shine apply here as well); Fried Egg; The Other Years; Deep State (if I had seen more of their set, I might have put them in the Very Good category)

OK:  Le fruit vert; Tara Jane O'Neil (except the last song with guest Thalia Zedek--that was good)

Disappointing:  David Nance

Bad:  Sarah Squirm; Matt Jencik

Didn't see:  Magik Markers; Attic Talent; Sadat X; Billington/Shippy/Wyche; Shutaro Noguchi
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #42 on: October 17, 2017, 01:02:45 PM »

A couple of things on my radar:

10-19 The Revivalists / Lights / LP – Madison Theater
10-20 Flamin’ Groovies / Tiger Sex – SGH Revival
10-21 Low Cut Connie / The Yawpers – MOTR
10-23 The Strumbellas – 20th Century
10-30 Flogging Molly – Bogart’s
11-01 Landlady / Ian Chang / Blakkr - MOTR
11-05 Regina Spektor – Taft Theatre
11-11 The Jesus and Mary Chain - Headliners
11-21 St. Vincent – Whitney Hall, The Kentucky Center
11-24 Freekbass – SGH Revival
11-24 Coastal Club - MOTR
11-25 Dawg Yawp Video Shoot – The Woodward
11-25 Royal Holland – MOTR
11-27 Diet Cig – The Woodward
12-02 Birds of Chicago – Ludlow Garage
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #43 on: October 17, 2017, 09:32:53 PM »

TayFo's definition of "a couple" is more expansive than that of most folks.  Regardless, see you at the Flamin' Groovies show.
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Re: 25 Concerts for 2017
« Reply #44 on: October 21, 2017, 03:57:51 PM »

[quote author=Drjohnrock link=topic=106769.msg518913#msg518913 date=150473405
1.   1/15/2017--Muuy Biien/Leggy--MOTR Pub, Cincinnati, Ohio
2.  2/26/2017--Jason Ringenberg--Southgate House Revival (Revival Room), Newport, Kentucky
3.  3/24/2017--Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express/Chuck Cleaver--Southgate House Revival, Newport, Kentucky
4.  4/13/2017--Jonathan Richman--Southgate House Revival (Revival Room), Newport, Kentucky
5.  4/13/2017--William Matheny & Strange Constellations--Southgate House Revival (Lounge), Newport, Kentucky
6.  6/8/2017--The Joy Formidable/Cusses--Woodward Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio
7.  8/21/2017--Chastity Belt/Joseph--Roebling Point Entertainment District, Covington, Kentucky
8.   9/2/2017--Song Of The Mountains TV taping:  Jim Lauderdale/Sherman Holmes/Judy Marshall/Webb Wilder--Lincoln Theatre, Marion, Virginia
9.  9/23/2017--Cropped Out Festival (day two):  Bonnie Prince Billy & the Bonafide United Musicians (BUMs)/feedtime/Peter Brotzmann/Shit & Shine/Tyler Damon & Tashi Dorji/Frank Hurricane/Tara Jane O'Neil/David Nance/Sarah Squirm/Le fruit vert/Tyvek/Matt Jencik/Fried Egg/Rays/The Other Years/Deep State--American Turners Club, Louisville, Kentucky

10.  10/20/2017-- Flamin' Groovies/Tiger Sex/NP Presley & The Ghost Of Jesse Garon--Southgate House Revival, Newport, Kentucky

This show was just what I needed after a taxing week at work.  The eight person opening band from Lexington (Kentucky, not Massachusetts), led by a guy whose mom was supposedly Elvis Presley's cousin, was a lot of fun.  They don't sound like Elvis and can't decide it they're roots rock, a soul revue, Van Morrison, gospel, or country, but they were likeable and energetic.  NP, dressed like a movie Mafioso, is a fine singer.  The two guitar players would probably be more at home in a heavy metal band but they were held in check for the most part.  I saw the baritone sax player in the lounge bar before the show.  The bartender told him that since he was with one of the bands, he was entitled to two free domestic beers (in other words, cheap swill) but would have to pay for the others.  He looked disgusted and shelled out the cash for a better brew. 

Tiger Sex says they're from Las Vegas (uh, no).  If you're familiar with them you know the drill:  a guitarist, a drummer, and female singer Kelly (I thought they had a bass player--must have split).  Their punk sound mutated into hard rock/metal a bit too often but was never less than listenable.  But you can't talk about this band without mentioning the spectacle.  Kelly came on stage wearing a tuxedo, minus the tie and cumberbund and with the shirt open and proceed to shed most of that during the set while singing, shouting, screaming, gyrating, thrusting her crotch, etc.  I will say she had some unusual tattoos on her ass.

Based on some YouTube clips from the past few months, I had some trepidations about the headliner's lead singer, Chris Wilson.  He appeared to be struggling to both sing and play guitar, especially at the same time.  I was hoping he wasn't having health problems.  Those concerns were quickly alleviated.  He sang and played with a lot of energy.  This great rock 'n' roll outfit started with midtempo tunes before gradually revving it up.  A lot of the expected songs were played: Teenage Head, Slow Death, Jumpin' In The Night, a furious Shake Some Action, etc.  But the tunes from the surprisingly good new album, Fantastic Plastic, more than held their own, especially What The Hell's Goin' On, a fitting tune for 2017 and one that I predict will be a part of their sets for a long time to come. They don't play as long as they used to--with encore, the show lasted an hour and six minutes--but it was great to finally get a chance to see this band.  Hope they play again in our area.
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