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Discussion in 'DVU' started by TheWampa, Apr 7, 2015.
And then he tosses the guitar into the air, causing it to ascend to heaven.
And you should watch the whole clip because everyone is awesome. Jeff Lynne.
Plus it's a great fucking song.
Saw that Video a couple of years ago and couldn't believe it. I'm not saying he was on Michael Jackson's level of showmanship, but all things considered, he was pretty damn close.
When I was a third grader listening to my vinyl copies of Purple Rain and Thriller, the school rumor was that Prince and Michael Jackson were going to have a dance-off on Solid Gold. Good times.
Since this is bumped - this summer is going to be awesome. I plan on seeing Chris Stapleton in Greenville, Dead & Co. In Charlotte, and two nights of String Cheese in Asheville. I told myself in 2006 I would never see Cheese again. This is after seeing them almost 40 times between 2001-2006. But I have been watching a bunch of shows on YouTube and they are playing much more similar to the 99-02 years. Plus, they look like they're having fun again. I could not stand those EOTO/Zilla jams they were playing in 04-06. Billy looked miserable and the chemistry was not there anymore.
Just saw The Oh Hellos last week. Seeing Trampled by Turtles and Devil Makes Three in May, then Death Cab in June.
Jason Isbell and Josh Ritter at the Township in Columbia, October 16th. That's gonna fucking rock.
New Radiohead dropped today. Through 2 listens I really like it, although it is quite dark. I'm pumped to see them at ACL this fall, they are on my top 5 haven't seen live list.
I saw them on the in rainbows tour, they were fucking awesome.
Really like the new album. MUCH better than King of Limbs
They have to be one of the most polarizing bands in history. Team they are awesome vs. team "every song sounds the same/I don't get it etc"
Whether you like them or not they are objectively a top 5 most influential rock band of the last 20-30 years.
Just got back from Devil Makes Three and Trampled by Turtles in Charlotte. What a fucking day, what a fucking combination.
Plus TBT closed with "Midnight on the Interstate," which is a personal favorite.
Went and saw Stapelton last night. Damn good time. Damn good talent.
Obviously he's doing something right, but I can't get into him.
July 13th: Robert Earl Keen in Columbia
Best in the game now that King George has retired
Anyone else like Nathaniel Rateliff? Because I do
He's fucking awesome. Couple of buddies saw them last night and said it was a hell of a show.
One of my favorite guys to listen to right now. Here's a live version.
RIP to Dr. Ralph Stanley, the father of bluegrass music.
If you like country you need to download the new Cody Jinks album Im Not The Devil. Really really good. Not a bad song on the album. He even successfully does a Merle cover. Highly recommend.
Really excited to see Isbell again in a few weeks. The Ryan Adams set from Newport this year is pretty awesome, too, especially his "South of Heaven" cover.
Will I be called a homo for trying to discuss Hamilton in here? I'd love to see it but they just released more tickets for NY/Chicago and even in July-2017 they are already $400-500. It's not even the original cast anymore. Anyone seen it? @The Guglia ?
If anyone hasn't listened to it yet, and you're even remotely interested in what the hype was all about, do it. It's great if you have a long drive somewhere.
For those of you who are fans, St. Paul and the Broken Bones will be at the Peace Center on 12-13.
Going see Glass Animals this Sunday. my first show at the Ryman in like 12 years...I am excite.
Just bought a ticket to go back to Newport for the Folk festival next year.
And just bought tickets to see Ryan Adams in Columbia in March.
Going to see DBT on Saturday. Pretty excited
Ran across Judah and the Lion last night in a Youtube blackhole and like their style. Might not always have the deepest lyrics but pretty fun and catchy still.
Saw they were coming to Charlotte soon and meant to check them out.
They'll be in Columbia in April. Such a fun show.
Yep, checked this morning and saw that. Went ahead and put it on my calendar.
At the Fillmore, right? Love shows there and grabbing beers at VBGB beforehand.
Tickets for Sturgil in Charlotte are secured.
Where'd you end up? Snagged some in 102 yesterday.
I've got a hell of a concert lineup the next few months: Ryan Adams, St. Paul twice in March, Blink-182 and DBT in April, New Found Glory in May, then Sturgill and Newport in July and potentially Isbell.