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« Reply #4965 on: Jan 4th, 2018, 4:50pm »

We went to see Led Zeppelin Masters at the Sydney Opera House last night. They were a five piece band with a 30 piece orchestra. Some of the highlights were Dazed & Confused, Going To California & my personal favourite Immigrant Song, but surprisingly the 'biggies'', Stairway & Kashmir, didn't quite gel. It was a good night but I think Jason Bonham's LZ Experience in May could be closer to the real thing.
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« Reply #4966 on: Jan 14th, 2018, 11:11am »

March - The Musical Box, Glenside, PA
April - Steven Wilson, Glenside, PA
April - Suzanne Vega, Sellersville, PA
May - Chicago (Musical), Reading, PA
June - Aimee Mann, Ocean City, NJ

I don't really go to "big" shows anymore. Yeah, I'm tempted to go see U2, The Eagles, Dave Matthews, etc... but I just don't feel like dealing with the cost and the hassle.
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« Reply #4967 on: Feb 12th, 2018, 11:44am »

Damn, gonna have to go see this guy tonight...

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« Reply #4968 on: Feb 12th, 2018, 1:32pm »

on Feb 12th, 2018, 11:44am, HENRY wrote:
Damn, gonna have to go see this guy tonight...

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Bummer. Did you lose a bet? cool
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« Reply #4969 on: Feb 12th, 2018, 2:05pm »

on Feb 12th, 2018, 1:32pm, CountingOutTime wrote:
Bummer. Did you lose a bet? cool

Several.
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« Reply #4970 on: Feb 12th, 2018, 2:58pm »

on Feb 12th, 2018, 2:05pm, HENRY wrote:
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« Reply #4971 on: Yesterday at 2:59pm »

Queen & Adam Lambert last night:

t was a good night but I had serious reservations. It should be said that Adam Lambert is a great talent & he has a powerful voice, but it wasn't necessarily suited to the diversity of the music. He was at his best when he got to camp it up during Killer Queen & Bicycle Race. In terms of his vocals my favourites were probably Get Down Make Love & Who Wants To Live Forever. Brian May is a wonderful man & an awesome guitarist but the attempt to channel Freddie during Love Of My Life didn't really work - a lot of the audience didn't even seem to know it. He should have done '39. He spent a bit too long soloing towards the end as if to emphasise that it's still his band. Roger Taylor is still a great drummer (although he had help) & my highlight was probably him doing I'm In Love With My Car. He tried to sing Freddie's part in Under Pressure & it didn't really work. He also sand A Kind Of Magic. Occasionally Freddie's image appeared, and fortunately for Bohemian Rhapsody they used the iconic video's midsection instead of trying to sing it themselves, but the song, wonderful though it is, fell flat.People who want to see a band where a key member is missing must make up their own minds; this type of show is probably more credible than others I can think of.
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