Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by dnoodles, Jan 6, 2022.
7 Days from now I will be watching Cody Jenks, wearing my Dude sweater feeling fine.
Would love to see Cody. Saw Tyler Childers last September with Sturgill Simpson & Willie Nelson. It was a great show but really just made me want to see Tyler headline and do more songs. Wife and I almost lined up Red Rock show but ended up not being able to fit it in. Saw Jamey Johnson and Blackberry Smoke 2 weeks ago in VA, show was great. Blackberry Smoke is underrated imo
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A band you have to see live to fully appreciate
I like Blackberry Smoke, the one dude needs to either shave or trim the whole neck thing he has going on.
Caught myself a minute ago doing the "air drums" to Kiss's.
I wanna rock n roll every day"
My cousin's band, Loudsounds. He's the singer.
Who did a better version of working in a coal mine? Devo or the Judds?
Jake if you buy Tyler's new album, I hope you like gospel music, and I am not kidding. The concert was awesome he did almost all the songs I wanted to hear. The last 3rd of the concert he took a break and changed into a suit and the rest of the concert was his new album. Red Rocks is beautiful but it's a commitment.
Guilty as hell, I like Elton John's songs.
Saw Nick Shoulders last night from about 10' away, great show the guy is a hoot. I think Hank Sr would approve of his music.
That's because they are old or dead now
Joe how was AIC, "Would " "Check My Brain" "Again" ... ??? A band I never saw that I might venture out to see if it was smaller venue. One of my favorites!
Elton John was the first "real" concert I ever saw. My parents brought me with to see him in 1989 or so. I don't remember much except it was my first time peeing in a trough with a bunch of adults and he played "I don't wanna go on with you like that" as the encore.
I was supposed to see Electric Callboy on 10/30 but they canceled their US tour due to one of the singers battling some sort of recurring infection in his throat. So I picked up tickets to see I Prevail in Milwaukee on 11/8 instead.
AIC was great! William Duvall does a great job filling some big shoes. You definitely gotta see them! They played Nutshell, which was pretty cool.
Bush was impressive! Gavin's voice was spot on. Breaking Benjamin was okay if you like that sort of "mid 2000's lets all sound alike" type of music.
you probably saw this, Duvall joined Mastodon to cover Soundgarden's "Rusty Cage", nailed it!! Great video, wife hates it, I shake the house
This is one of the greatest covers of all time!
Pre meeting jam.
4 days until I get to see I Prevail in Milwaukee. I can't wait. Still trying to decide if risking bodily injury in the pit is worth the risk during the middle of the rut. I suppose I could always just use a crossbow.....
If that qualifies as music to you, you already qualify for using a crossbow in states with a handicap requirement. Dear Lord, I listened for about 30 seconds and my ears were bleeding. Damn kids.
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