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  • anonymous
    anonymous about The Beach Boys in Denver, US on Sun, 18 Jul 1976

    This is one for the books. Two girlfriends and I were guests of Irving Azoff, and drove from Aspen to this show in Denver. We were backstage and On stage the entire time. Fleetwood and Santana were simply amazing and The Beach Boys were their usual 'calling it in' mode. Mike Love stuffed his pants with a couple of tube socks so the girls on the back row would think he really is that big. Mick Fleetwood and Lindsey Buckingham were incredible. Carlos Santana was magical.

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    Saymon about Laibach in Ljubljana, Slovenia on Sat, 12 Sep 2020

    That was my 5th Laibach concert, exactly ten years and one day after the first one.
    This year, the band is celebrating its 40th anniversary, and one of those celebrations was a premiere performance at Ljubljana Castle. In fact, this was the second concert, as the first concert, one day earlier, was sold out.
    Due to measures related to COVID-19, organizers were forced to reduce the capacity of the Castle Yard to allowed 500 visitors.
    For me, the concert was fantastic. And that I would witness something truly memorable, I knew from the beginning when we were addressed by an invisible narrator in a typically sarcastic style and at the first bars of the first song, as the sound was superb. From that moment on, they didn't give up at all, by the end of the one hour and 50-minutes long concert they were amazing and I'm really happy to have attended the concert.
    If the situation around the world were normal, I would have to be at a Rage Against the Machine concert in Vienna on that day. And I'm not even sorry. That should tell everything.
    For the next 40 years, Laibach!

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    anonymous about Mark Chesnutt in Fort Worth, US on Fri, 18 Sep 2020

    Husband and I went and saw Mark Chestnutt at Billy Bobs.
    We were a little disappointed as he forgot song words, and slurred speech. He did say he was a little nervous because they had not played in front of a crowd since coved. He has been one of our favorite country music entertainers for a very long time.
    Something was very off that night and we are not sure why.

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    anonymous about May Blitz in London, UK on Fri, 08 May 1970

    I remember seeing may blitz at Bedford college inner circle awesome live band fantastic set . Their albums good but lack the live presence

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    Saymon about Jinjer in Ljubljana, Slovenia on Sun, 17 Sep 2017

    For me, they were (as a support group) better than the headliner Arch Enemy :)

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  • anonymous
    anonymous about Faith No More in Arnhem, Netherlands on Fri, 20 Nov 1992

    I have really funny story about the time I saw them live...
    It was 1992, I was 18, and fan of Faith no More. Me and a girlfriend went to their concert in Arnhem, Netherlands. Before they came on, they had this band called 'Napalm Death'. I did not know them, but seeing as we wanted to see Faith no More up close, we were right at the front. And then Napalm Death started, and everyone turned wild. We were pushed into the barrier, arms hanging over, and could no longer move. Just imagine these two bewildered teenagers hanging there. And then I saw the members of Faith no More, standing to the side, pointing at us and screaming with laughter... I was mortified!
    (We got hauled out by a security guy, but not before my friend had already strained her ribcage. I was lucky, mine was just blue)
    So much for being really cool rock chicks! ????
    I remember Mike Patton being an arse and spitting one of the security guys on his head from up above on the stage.
    Still love their music, though!

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    anonymous about Tracy Chapman in Harare, Zimbabwe on Fri, 07 Oct 1988

    It was an opportunity of a lifetime. Will never forget being there that day at the Human Rights Concert in Harare, 1988. The only sad part was 20,000 South African trekked to Zimbabwe from South Africa which was under apartheid and a few still found time to be racist causing fights at the show fueled by alcohol hidden under armpits. They were not used to being in close proximity to blacks on an equal footing. I was 5’2” aged thirteen and was being jostled in the crowd when Springsteen came on and one man South African adult white male sneered “stop touching me” with a disgusted look on his face. He said this while still shaking and being jostled by white people around him, but I was the only black near him and he decided to pick on me. Go figure.

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    anonymous about Uriah Heep in Toronto, Canada on Tue, 28 Nov 1972

    Went with my best friend from high school (still best friends all these years later). Sat up in the balcony stage left. There was a "light show" behind the band. They did Magician's Birthday. Amazing concert. Loved the band, and happy that I got to see them live.

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    anonymous about The Clash in Williamsburg, US on Fri, 15 Oct 1982

    From my memory the first half of the show was pretty iffy. It sucked. Then something turned and it ended being one of the best concerts I saw.

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    anonymous about Devo in Minneapolis, US on Wed, 03 Nov 1982

    Fabulous.

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    anonymous about Lionel Richie in Toronto, Canada on Wed, 12 Nov 1986

    Danced on the ceiling, incredible

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    anonymous about Frank Zappa in Lund, Sweden on Mon, 02 Oct 1967

    The consert was not at Olympen, it was at Stora Salen AF. Olympen was not built 1967. I was at the consert. Zappa did not bring any PA system for the singing, they tried to use the PA system in Stora Salen but it was construckted for speach. So they soon gave up the singing. There was actually two conserts that evening, but it turned into one long jam session without singing, with a change of listeners in the midddle. I was able to attend both sessions. It was a smashing success!

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    anonymous about Jethro Tull in Johannesburg, South Africa on Thu, 06 Oct 1994

    It was an unforgettable concert with a relatively small crowd of about 6000 - played all his Classic numbers !

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    anonymous about Fleetwood Mac in Denver, US on Sun, 18 Jul 1976

    I was there. This was my third concert ever. I sat way back in the bleechers and it was rather chaotic. It was an all-day event with Santana and The Beach Boys in the line up. Tickets were cheap, like $ 5 or $ 6. Quite an event....

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  • anonymous
    anonymous about Elton John in College Station, US on Wed, 08 Nov 1972

    I was there and he brought the house down.

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