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- Sabaton @ Wisla Hall - Krakow, PolandAmazing Amazing
- Fantastic!! Mutual LOVE from the audience and the band.
- \m/ just great
- De Staat @ Werkplaats Oost I.s.m. Bibelot - Dordrecht, NetherlandsOne of the best!
- Great location and a great concert! They make fun on stage and they even played a song in the public(input source select).
- Criolo @ Village Underground - London, UKOne of the best!
- Really good awesome atmosphere and energy!!! It can easily be the head event for many festivals around the world!!! I would suggest putting him in glastonbury!!!
- Alex Goot @ Le Pop-Up du Label - Paris, FranceOne of the best!
- The concert was just perfect ! Thank you to Alex, Luke and all the band !
- Dark Tranquillity @ Venue - Vancouver, CanadaGood
- I think sound issues in Dark Tranquility's set marginalized an otherwise almost perfect gig (good crowd with no stupidity level or pushing). People in the middle rows before/after the moshpit still struggled to hear Mikael Stanne's vocals, and if you moved right to the stage, you were essentially only listening to an instrumental band. I heard the first 2 DT songs from back where the sound mixer guy was sitting, and vocals were a bit more audible there - however anywhere near the stage and you were literally listening to a band playing Dark Tranquility songs as instrumentals. But Insomnium vocals were more than just audible, they were powerful. I wonder what happened with Dark Tranquility there? Mikael is a powerful vocalist as well so I can't imagine he was the problem. I have seen these 2 same bands before in London, England and the sound was way better in that small venue (Camden Underworld) than The Venue (which is a way more better developed).
- Al Jardine @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor - National Harbor, USOne of the best!
- Al Jardine with his son Matt, were amazing with their strong vocals and performances. They complimented Brian and the phenomenal set in the Greatest Hits show. Sound quality could've been better controlled, but the boys really got after it.
- Crowded House @ Oosterpoort Groningen - Groningen, NetherlandsAmazing
- 22 januari 1992 Groningen, Oosterpoort
- The Raveonettes @ Lido - Berlin, GermanyGood
- Band and I disagree somewhat on what their best songs are. Too excessive strobe lighting, relentlessly, prevented them from getting a better rating. It's been the fifth time I've seen them, but I preferred their 2012 gig, in which their then most recent album, Observator, was heavily featured, and which contains beautiful pop numbers. Pe'ahi, their 2014 album, which of course got the lion's share in this gig, is a lot more intense and gloomy, a bit too monotonous for my liking.
- JD McPherson @ Islington Assembly Hall - London, UKOne of the best!
- Fantastic night, JD McPherson is brilliant the whole band had us rocking to the end. The Islington Assembly Hall is a fabulous venue too, hope to see JD back soon thanks for a great night :)
- Limehouse Lizzy @ The Iron Road - Pershore, UKOne of the best!
- the guys were absolutely fantastic, please come back to evesham asap!
- Slipknot @ M&S Bank Arena - Liverpool, UKOne of the best!
- 1st SlipKnot gig. Fucking amazing !
- Blondie Chaplin @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor - National Harbor, USOne of the best!
- Blondie Chaplin, who I first met in 1971, was exemplary in his delivery and performances, especially, "Sail on Sailor", one of Brian's most prolific pieces. Blondie's voice was made for that song.
- King 810 @ M&S Bank Arena - Liverpool, UK
- Awesome night all three acts were out of this world
- Amon Amarth @ Colchester Arts Centre - Colchester, UKAmazing Amazing One of the best!
- Still kind of hard to believe it actually happened. Probably the best gig I've been to at the Arts Centre and I've been to some corkers.
- Had never seen any of the bands before Thursday night. Due to health issues was touch & go as to whether i could attend. Glad i did. What a night! Minor technical issues aside it was one of the better gigs i've been to. Thoroughly enjoyed each set & would (and have) recommended to friends to come along next time if they come back
- Fantastic gig and great venue.
- Above & Beyond @ VEGA - Copenhagen, DenmarkOne of the best! One of the best! One of the best!
- This is by far the best concert I have ever been to.
- I agree. A&B was totally outstanding!
- While it was kinda bad that there was not a good danish trance act set as warm up (i.e. Daniel Kandi, Dennis Pedersen etc) the main show of Above and beyond was Fucking amazing! seriously one of the best concerts i have ever been to!
- Keller Williams @ Bilheimer Capitol Theatre - Clearwater, USAmazing
- Wonderful show in a beautiful venue.
- Chapelier Fou @ Palác Akropolis - Prague, Czech RepublicOne of the best!
- Far exceeded my expectations!
- Brian Wilson @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor - National Harbor, USGood
- Although Brian's voice was a bit hampered by a cold, all of the singers in the Brian Wilson Band were great. The show was what I expected, and enjoyed. I missed getting a chance to communicate with Brian, Al, and Blondie, who I have known and befriended for nearly 5 decades. As a music artist myself, Brian Wilson inspired me and I was able to learn much from his style, and presentation of each song. He is my friend and mentor, and I will always be thankful for his musical contributions.
- Grave Digger @ Liberty of the Seas - Fort Lauderdale, USOne of the best!
- Awesome band
- Voivod @ Unknown venue - Philadelphia, USAmazing
- Soundgarden and Faith No More opening
- Justin Moore @ Nationwide Arena - Columbus, US Amazing
- Reel Big Fish @ Royal Oak Music Theatre - Royal Oak, USOne of the best!
- It was all awesome. They sounded almost exactly like their albums and the kept good attention. I got the shit beat out of me in the pit though, which is awesome.
- Joel Sarakula @ Servant Jazz Quarters - London, UKAmazing
- Joel & band never fail to entertain. If only they played for longer!
- Kick @ World Cafe Live - Upstairs - Philadelphia, USOne of the best!
- What an awesome show! The band was spot on!! I felt like I was in big school again! Great job everyone!
All fans concert reviews
- Scorpions fan about Scorpions in Budapest, Hungary on Wed, 27 Aug 1986
I'm from Slovakia, I was there when I was 18,. It was my best concert ever.
- George Thorogood and The Destroyers fan about George Thorogood and The Destroyers in Leeds, UK on Sun, 25 Jul 1982
Totally blew Leeds apart with one of the best gigs I’ve ever witnessed and I’ve saw some amazing rock bands in my time including the Cream at the RAH in 1968 and Weeley in 1971.
- Devo fan about Devo in Fitchburg, US on Fri, 18 Jul 1980
Went to this concert on a whim - heard about it on the radio (WBCN), and drove up and bought tickets at the window. $7 if I remember correctly Sat in the middle of the theatre, and didn't really know much of what to expect beyond "Whip It".
Gotta admit it - I left a spud head. To this day, I've seen hundreds of concerts, and this is in the top-5 all-time, perhaps top-3. What an incredible hi-energy, fun show they put on.
I'm still to this day trying to find a ticket stub and/or poster for this show.
- Bee Gees fan about Bee Gees in Montreal, Canada on Sat, 01 Sep 1979
I attended this concert!!!
The best concert ever!!!!
- Scorpions fan about Scorpions in Daly City, US on Fri, 23 May 1980
I believe it was the animal magnetism tour or Lovedrive I can’t remember but the scorpions played for about 55 minutes and they blew the roof off the cow palace Daly city California! Ted Nugent was the headliner and did his thing it was good but the scorpions were new and fresh and stole the show in my opinion
- John Denver fan about John Denver in Manila, Philippines on Sun, 29 May 1983
I am a huge John Denver fan! I was stationed at Clark Air Base and heard that John Denver was having a concert in Manila I got a ticket! Best concert ever! He was very personable. He started singing a song and then stopped and laughed and said he had forgotten part of it and then restarted singing the song. I still miss him.
- Jeff Buckley fan about Jeff Buckley in Belfast, UK on Wed, 24 Aug 1994
The greatest concert I ever had the privilege of witnessing. Before walking through the doors that night I didn't know who Jeff Buckley was, and by the end of the night I had seen something very special. It felt like a spiritual pilgrimage for the main act as he played in the city of Van Morrison. Glen Hansard was the support and sang that he needed a revelation. For me the concert was definitely a revelation. Jeff played his guitar like the bells on Astral Weeks. It was the first time I heard the song Hallelujah and while it was written by Leonard Cohen, for me it will always belong to Jeff. I thank God for being there that night.
- Pink Floyd fan about Pink Floyd in Bournemouth, UK on Thu, 05 Dec 1968
Amazing gig, enjoyed at the time without knowing Pink Floyd would be world wide stars
- Journey fan about Journey in Tacoma, US on Fri, 19 Aug 1983
I attended this concert, WOW!
- Little Feat fan about Little Feat in Philadelphia, US on Sat, 08 Apr 1978
was one of the best shows I have seen
- A-ha fan about A-ha in Bournemouth, UK on Sun, 25 Jan 1987
First ever proper gig- not sure about the overall setlist order, but the first and last songs are definitely right!
- John Mayall fan about John Mayall in London, UK on Thu, 03 May 1973
It was a great setting for an enjoyable concert for this young traveler.
- Bob Marley fan about Bob Marley in London, UK on Sun, 20 May 1973
A friend at college (The London College of Printing, Elephant and Castle) talked me into going with him to see this new reggae band at The Greyhound. I think he was nervous about going there on his own because at the time The Wailers only appealed to the West Indian community in London, and he was very white. We turned up there and sure enough we were just about the only white faces in the crowd. We were up on the balcony above the stage and very visible.
The original Wailers were all there, and Marley shared the limelight and alternated lead vocals with Peter Tosh and Bunny Livingstone. The sound was fat and crisp and the audience was absolutely in the Wailers' pockets. When they began Get up, Stand up, all the audience got up, stood up and stood up for their rights. I was someone a bit nervous about venturing into Brixton, and here I was surrounded by a almost totally black audience standing up for their rights, yet I didn't feel threatened at all. They played most of Catch a Fire which they were promoting -- I particularly remember Slave Driver, Catch a Fire, Concrete Jungle, Stop that Train, Kinky Reggae and Stir it up.
After the concert we headed, blown away by the concert, for Hammersmith to get the tube home. On the other side of the Street, Bob Marley, carrying his guitar and wearing his trademark lumberjack shirt, was walking fast in the same direction. We shouted our compliments across the street and Marley looked at us, smiled and shouted back "Thanks, mon!" before disappearing down a sidestreet.
- Professor Shyguy fan about Professor Shyguy in Baltimore, US on Sat, 30 Jul 2016
The show it self was great, so was the music. But meeting him in person... he was kinda mean. Gets really mad when you ask him questions about the reasoning for his songs.
- Frank Zappa fan about Frank Zappa in Würzburg, Germany on Sun, 13 Jun 1982
I was at this concert with my parents when I was just six weeks old. Unfortunately I have no memories. But my parents talk still often from this concert.
- Small Faces fan about Small Faces in Greenford, UK on Fri, 13 Jan 1967
The Small Faces played before perhaps 200 people at the Starlite Ballroom. This was before "Itchycoo Park." The curtain went up and girls in attendance screamed. What I remember is Steve Mariott singing "All or Nothing." His face was red from the effort. This was a decent show. I was there with a friend after we missed out on the group when the plug was pulled 30 seconds into their set at the 7th National Jazz and Blues Festival . The group insisted on using its own sound system, which needed to be set up. There was a curfew in Windsor. The show ended after the group launched into a cover of "Day Tripper." I could hear Marriott singing after his microphone was shut off. None of the instruments were playing because there was no electricity. Proof of the power of Marriott's voice
- Van Halen fan about Van Halen in Detroit, US on Wed, 02 May 1979
I remember like it was yesterday---stopped at A&W for chili-dog and my boyfriend says 'Van Halen is at Masonic tonight---lets go!' And off we went to one of the several and most enjoyable Van Halen concerts I have ever seen. (Been to 7 total). David Lee was such an acrobat!!!! Such great memories!!!!
- Kiss fan about Kiss in Toronto, Canada on Sat, 04 Aug 1979
Best Rock Concert EVER! Legendary.
- Status Quo fan about Status Quo in Leeds, UK on Sat, 07 Dec 1974
I was there. A student from Carnegie. My first Quo concert. Gobsmacking. Don't remember much. Just a sea of denim..brilliant gig.
- No Doubt fan about No Doubt in Valencia, US on Sat, 27 Oct 1990
Kick ass show. It was a Halloween party and Gwen was dressed like Jeanie from I dream of Jeanie television show.
- Overkill fan about Overkill in Portland, US on Sat, 31 Mar 1990
I was there. No security, and it was the last show for Pine St theater before it turned to La Luna.
Amazing show. Years of Decay. Mosh pit was insane.
- Pantera fan about Pantera in Brisbane, Australia on Sun, 13 May 2001
I was there! It was incredible! It was my first metal concert and I just turned 18. I was in the back grandstand section, until Pantera came out, then I lept 15 feet down into the mosh pit, made it to the front barrier wall, dime gave me a beer, still have the cup, then I caught a pick after he played cemetery gates at the end of the show, still got it! Best time of my life, but I can't find any footage of the show????????????
- Eagles fan about Eagles in Winnipeg, Canada on Thu, 27 Jul 1978
A perfect summer night. Sitting on blankets in the infield of the race track Crystal clear sound , no echoes and reverb of steel and concrete arena benues
- The Allman Brothers Band fan about The Allman Brothers Band in New Orleans, US on Sat, 30 Aug 1975
This was a great road trip with a few buddies from LA. Tech...
I was really only there for The Allman Brothers but I found myself enjoying Wet Willie, Charlie Daniels and Marshall Tucker much more in a live setting than on a studio recording... A couple of my friends slept through the Brothers since we'd been there all day and it must've been nearly midnight when the came on stage. I particularly enjoyed the instrumental "High Falls".
- Café Tacvba fan about Café Tacvba in Quito, Ecuador on Sat, 05 Mar 2005
Si que fue hace algunos años pero los Café Tacvba se pasaron, de los mejores conciertos que he presenciado!. J.M.
- Meat Loaf fan about Meat Loaf in Toronto, Canada on Wed, 19 Jul 1978
- Stevie Ray Vaughan fan about Stevie Ray Vaughan in Dallas, US on Sat, 08 Oct 1983
Still have my ticket stub, what a great show!
- Julian Cope fan about Julian Cope in Manchester, UK on Thu, 22 Mar 1984
rather disappointing as had seen in Liverpool.
- Kraan fan about Kraan in London, UK on Sat, 25 Aug 1973
Remember the night. Their yellow van and collecting money to run the generator
- Frank Zappa fan about Frank Zappa in Toronto, Canada on Sun, 28 Jan 1968
Too long ago to remember in detail, but it was an impressive set.