What's the last gig that you went to?

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Last saw BÖC two years ago. Had to travel to NYC from NC. UFO opened and I’d never seen them. Always get a laugh with Buck. He just makes that wizardry appear so simple.

Last show was McCartney last week. Next is Porcupine Tree back in NY.
Buck is indeed way way underrated. He is in my top 3 with Blackmore & Frusciante, but love so many. But Buck has done the most beautiful live solo i've heard with the version of Astronomy on An Enchanted Evening. Maybe not the most impressive technically of him but it is his most beautiful piece
 

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Yes in Nottingham, last night.
Only... it really wasn't the REAL Yes... was it?

Read my review of the gig HERE.
 

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My daughter and I went to the Mann Music Center in Philly at the end of May and saw Haim.

It wasn't a bad show, but they were kinda sloppy.

One thing I wasn't expecting was the extraordinarily large number of LGBTQ+ population.

Matter of fact, the best part of the whole event, for me, wasn't the show.

My daughter is ***, and I was wearing a Proud Dad rainbow tee shirt.

I got at least 1/2 dozen hugs from random strangers, thanking me for being a good dad.

A couple of those kids actually had tears in their eyes and told my daughter she was lucky because their parents didn't accept their lifestyle.

I can't imagine not accepting your own child.
 

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The last actual gig that I went to was Martin Turner's Wishbone Ash at the 100 Club in Oxford Street in central London in October 2017. Yeah it was a good gig although obviously only Martin Turner was in the original Wishbone Ash line up on stage that evening from inception of the band in 1970 until about 1979/80 on bass & vocals. The usual songs that you would expect to be performed such as The King Will Come, Blowing Free & Pilgrimage amongst others from 'the Ash' back catalogue circa 1970-1973 era.
 

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The last actual gig that I went to was Martin Turner's Wishbone Ash at the 100 Club in Oxford Street in central London in October 2017. Yeah it was a good gig although obviously only Martin Turner was in the original Wishbone Ash line up on stage that evening from inception of the band in 1970 until about 1979/80 on bass & vocals. The usual songs that you would expect to be performed such as The King Will Come, Blowing Free & Pilgrimage amongst others from 'the Ash' back catalogue circa 1970-1973 era.
I have a ticket to see WA in October of this year.
50 years since the release of 'Argus' and they'll play it through! :nana:
 

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Theia and Magnum at Holmfirth Picturedrome on Friday 16th September.
A really good night's entertainment.
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I saw The Rainmakers near the end of August. Saw a few local bands that played well this weekend.
I had the chance to see Alice In Chains and Bush again earlier this month but contracted coronavirus instead so, you know… kind of stayed home instead.
 

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