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Old 12-15-2005, 01:47 PM   #16
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Coldplay (twice), Wilco, Robert Plant, The Arcade Fire, Bright Eyes, Muse, Keane

I've seen some great shows this year, those are just the best of the best
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I saw two of my mates play guitar and sing at a poetry reading function.

That count?
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I saw two of my mates play guitar and sing at a poetry reading function.

That count?
yep.

have they got a band name?
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Coldplay- Crystal Palace, London

Live 8- Hyde Park London


oh and Rob Thomas does that count?
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Dave Matthews & Friends

Phil Lesh & Friends

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aaah, that reminds me

Brian Wilson - Glastonbury Festival

I absolutely loved it! Nothing but pure sunshine and good music after two days of it just pissing it down with rain! When he played 'Our Prayer/Heroes and Villains' I had a 'moment'...truly amazing and I'd always wanted to hear that that live!
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Coldplay (twice), Wilco, Robert Plant, The Arcade Fire, Bright Eyes, Muse, Keane

I've seen some great shows this year, those are just the best of the best
I'd LOVE to see Muse live, I only have Absolution and Origin Of Symmetery but I think their songs are amazing.....

Green Day at Milton Keynes was fantastic, I've never been to anything like it - incredible.

Live 8 was okay, the atmosphere was good, but the crowd was boring, there was too many people standing around not even moving to the music.
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Bright Eyes ...it was a very small venue in an almost nonexistent town and I was smack in the front ...my elbows were literally on the stage.....played a good variety of songs...good energy...and I got some autographs after the show

Interpol was pretty cool
& Kings of Leon too
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Simple Minds at London, recorded dy capitol gold radio, they are back with a new album Black & White 050505 and sounding better than ever!!
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Bruce Springsteen in Milwaukee.

Bob Dylan is a close runner-up, and would have been first if he played for longer than 80 minutes!
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Bruce Springsteen in AC..him all alone...had my doubts....was absolutly amazing
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Bob Dylan is a close runner-up, and would have been first if he played for longer than 80 minutes!


How much was he charging for tickets?
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