Ive got tickets to see the black keys on the 13th december I will report back
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Jesca Hoop at the Borderline last night. Great voice and songs.
First time I've been to the venue - you have to walk past the stage to come in, or (disconcertingly for the band/artist) go out.
Very polite/respectful audience last night - First time I've had to whisper at the bar to avoid putting off the support act (George Ezra).
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Tonight , (sorry checks time) last night at Glasgow royal concert hall, the "space cowboy" The Steve Miller Band , excellect gig sound quality suberb
Confession time, off to see the Scissor Sisters tomorow evening at the Roundhouse, London, I'm normally more of a rocker, Rammstein, etc, but there is something about the SS's I just love, great live band, loads of energy, infectious tunes.
Well there goes any gred I may have had
Don't suppose anyone else is going?
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Last gig I went to was Pulp in 96 (I think) at the NEC.
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I'm playing The Underworld, Camden, this coming Saturday.
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Last night was an excellent night of post rock headlined by Maybeshewill at the very nice O2 Academy, Sauchiehall St, Glasgow.
Next up is God Is An Astronaut at Oran Mor.
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Guns 2 Roses GnR tribute band last Saturday at the Horn in st. Albans. Mrs scene and I really enjoyed it, they're pretty good (seen them once before). Not so sure about their guest drummer, a bit strange....
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Got Gojira this coming Sunday, then Opeth/ Anathema the following Friday.
Echo and the Bunnymen - Pocklington train station two weeks ago. Brilliant. It was part of an excellent event called Pocktoberfest. 14 bands or performers and a beer festival too, heaven!
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Lucky you, I caught up with some of their stuff recently, that should be a cracking gig.
Next up for me Stars of the Lid at St.John's of Hackney, quite a nice looking space inside this church, acoustics should be cool esp with a 16 piece orchestra. (10th Dec)
The Killers at the cardiff NIA last week, I swear if they had kept playing I would still be stood listening " />
Got the same report from a friend who saw them in Sheffield. Best gig ever they said. ( I know this thread isn't which gig did your mates go to but you didn't)
Not my last gig, but I've booked for the Richard Thompson band when he tours next March.
Going to see him at the wonderful Lowry Theatre in Salford, and for the first time ever I've got front row seats.
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