I saw O.A.R. at Clowes Memorial Hall in Indy on April 4th. It was amazing as always (it was my 6th time seeing them). Those guys really know who to rock. It was also the smallest venue I've seen them play which made the show that much greater.
Next up: Goo Goo Dolls and Counting Crows at the Tweeter Center in Chicago on August 18th and Ben Harper at Verizon Wireless Music Center in Indy on August 31st.
I just remembered. We saw Zoso, a Led Zeppelin tribute band not too long ago at a small club in Chattanooga, TN. I'm not real big on "tribute" bands, but I gotta say this.....if you're a Led Zep fan at all, you need to catch these guys if they're in town. They are the closest you'll get to Paige and Plant aside from, well, Jimmy and Robert themselves...guaranteed!!
Check out their website for tour info. They are constantly touring clubs; generally east of the Mississippi.
Went to Hugh Cornwell of the stranglers last night.
It was an acoustic set and he was fantastic, unfortunately the crowd ere dreadfull and talked all the way through. he was pretty pissed off. ( or pissed if you are American) ( Thats not Drunk, if you are English)
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