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rick a. wrote:
Styx was the warmup act. I don't remember what they sounded like at all.


So were you at the bar or was it the effect of you having been at the bar?

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Thu Nov 05, 2009 8:03 pm
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That's OK. I like being an inconsequential bastard - keeps me out of trouble. :wink:

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Mick, I've never considered you inconsequential. :wink:


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Oi, behave. I'm as inconsequential as it gets.

First band tonight - California band called Angel City Outcasts. Pretty impressive, but I think it was a last minute-er. Should have been playing elsewhere. Unfortunately they only did a short set. I'd just decided they were worth missing the last bus for, and bought another cider, then they announced last song and closed with "A whole lotta Rosie". Think most of the stuff was their own though, and I'd be happy to see them again.

Next band was a poor punk/liam gallagher crossover, so after finishing the cider i nabbed a taxi. F#ck knows what the california guys musta thought about clearing the stage for this shower, but these things happen. :?

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2 stunning gigs this week at the refurbished "Garage" in Highbury and Islington

Gotthard and Uriah Heep


Fri Nov 06, 2009 11:12 am
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we're all going to the opening night of the compound grill to see jackie green tonight at 9:00pm .. :)

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Sat Nov 07, 2009 5:00 pm
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jackie green was great last night , doing his own stuff , beatle , dead, dylan , and other great cover stuff too. good band too . if he comes to your town check him out ..

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He's in SF on New Years. I usually make my way to bed before midnight though. :)


Sun Nov 08, 2009 5:01 pm
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siconicogbr1 wrote:
2 stunning gigs this week at the refurbished "Garage" in Highbury and Islington

Gotthard and Uriah Heep


I'ld love a review of the Heep.


Sun Nov 08, 2009 5:04 pm
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I'm off to see Sid and Susan AKA Mathew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs. I am wearing my Mott The Hoople Rock & Roll Reunion shirt courtesy of Dave. I am sure to be the best dressed person in the venue.


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Andy wrote:
He's in SF on New Years. I usually make my way to bed before midnight though. :)


Is he playing with Bobby & Phil or on his own?

Jackie Green, best thing to come out of Sacramento in a long time!

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Deep Purple tomorrow night. So i won't be on here spouting drivel, as per usual.

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Mon Nov 09, 2009 10:37 pm
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Everybody now.....SMOKE ON THE WATER.....God I love Deep Purple but I have never liked that song.


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I just came back from Matthew Sweet/ Susanna Hoffs. It was all accoustic and all cover except for the encore which was two Bangles songs (In Your Room, Manic Monday) and two and a half Matthew Sweet songs (Sick Of Myself, 1/2 of I've Been Waiting and Byrdgirl). I didn't realize Susanna Hoffs was so tiny. I really enjoyed myself.

I ran into Dallas Cupps while I was there. I recognized him but he didn't recognize me. He saw my Mott The Hoople Reunion shirt and came over and talked to me. Two other people also came over when they saw my shirt. Apparently Mott The Hoople fans like Matthew Sweet.

A nice evening out. Definately better than I thought it would be.


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Mottorganiczombiejoan wrote:
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He's in SF on New Years. I usually make my way to bed before midnight though. :)


Is he playing with Bobby & Phil or on his own?

Jackie Green, best thing to come out of Sacramento in a long time!


He sat in with Bobby & Phil last NYE during the midnight bash. they let him do Sugaree ... not bad and I was impressed.

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rick a. wrote:
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Of course this, and his really crappy taste in music meant I had to see Styx and Journey and Wierd Al Yankovic many many more times than I EVER wanted to, but also got to a lot of shows I wouldn't have otherwise. Even made sure I saw Ringo's show with Ian twice, just because he knew how much I liked Ian. Since the divorce I've really slacked off. No more though!


I liked Styx. :x :wink: I've seen them about a half dozen times. The only bands I've seen more are Genesis, and Ian Hunter.


Funny you should mention Styx. I was going through my tin of old ticket sstubbs yesterday and found one where Styx was the warmup act. I don't remember what they sounded like at all.


Styx opened for REO Speedwagon once and I believe RUSH once? I have to check on the RUSH but almost positive.


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