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My last attended concerts were:

 

October 11, 2011 - Ladytron w/ VHS or Beta & Sonoio @ 9:30 Club, Washington, DC.

September 12, 2011 - Sade w/John Legend @ Scope Arena, Norfolk, VA.

September 4, 2011 - Human League/B-52 @ Mandalay Bay Beach, Las Vegas.

September 3, 2011 - Sade w/John Legend @ MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas.

 

Sade was absolutely incredible! There's a good chance she may not tour again so I'm glad I got to see her twice!

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I saw Yellowcard about 2 weeks ago for their Toronto show at the Phoenix.

 

I loved every second of it; the Phoenix is a really small concert theatre so we had a great view of the band and didn't even have to be in the pit. Their set list was just under 2 hours and encompassed songs from all of their albums.

 

Can't wait to see them again next year!

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I took my girlfriend to see The 2011 Honda Civic Tour on September 17 in Camden, NJ featuring Matt & Kim, My Chemical Romance, & Blink 182. I have no idea who I'll be seeing next but hopefully Green Day, Marilyn Manson, or Linkin Park (my favorite band who I saw back in January), whoever comes around my area first.

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Busy concert weekend for me...

 

Night 1 of KROQ almost acoustic X-mas (Blink 182 headlined along w/ 311, Social Distortion, Bush and some other bands I didn't bother watching). Great throwback to the 90's lineup. Each band killed it.

 

Then a few nights later was Watch the Throne w/ Kayne and Jay-Z. I didn't need to hear N*ggas in Paris 9 times.

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My boyfriend got free tickets to see Dream Theater in October when they came to town (he knows a guy on their road crew) and he asked if I wanted to tag along. For some reason I said yes. They were definitely NOT my cup of tea and wasn't my boyfriend's either.

 

I'm hoping to maybe see Adam Ant when he comes to Orlando in February, but technically my next concert will be a David Bowie tribute show in a couple weeks to celebrate his 65th birthday. A bunch of local bands will be covering his stuff and one band I'm friends with is reforming for the show and will be performing the "Ziggy Stardust" album in its entirety! That should be awesome as they did a kick-ass cover of "side 2" of The Beatles "Abby Road" album almost 10 years ago.

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I saw Streetlight Manifesto, and Reel Big Fish last night, with Rodeo Ruby Love and Lionize at the Pomona Fox Theater. Reel Big Fish was alright, but Streetlight Manifesto was awesome! They sounded so ridiculously good live, I absolutely love Streetlight!

I LOVE both bands and think both put on AMAZING live shows, but in my opinion Streetlight Manifesto IS the best band to see live! I have seen them 3 times and want to see them on pretty much every tour near hear, but I missed Pomona cause I saw them on tour with RBF in Anaheim! Good you had a good time last night! LONG LIVE SKA!

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Peter Murphy with She Wants Revenge at The Glass House in Pomona (CA). Both are very great live, Peter Murphy belted it out and SWR sounded exactly like their recorded music.

 

However, I've just discovered this thread and can't help but plug the greatest concert I've ever been to, LA Rising at the LA Coliseum in the summer. (Rage is my favorite band, and I camped out 36 hours to be in the front)

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Lacuna Coil at Ram's Head Live in Baltimore yesterday. Thanks again for the ticket, Dave (and Deena)!

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Lacuna Coil took a day off from Gigantour to headline their own show in Baltimore

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Cristina Scabbia played a quick romantic number while Andrea took a break. If only all singers looked and rocked like she does!

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The encore contained their new single "Trip the Darkness"

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and ended with "Spellbound" off the Shallow Life LP. They put on a great show, though Within Temptation was still better

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^Absolutely! Why there were a bunch of mid-50s people at a concert for a band they never heard of is beyond me. I did enjoy how the one guy kept trying to take pictures with his phone and couldn't tell why they were turning out so terrible. Idiot didn't realize his finger was covering the lens.

 

They were perfect participants of "Dave Tasers America"

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