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Gnar Cat21
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Garage a trois

liked them but seeing made me like them much more









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AlxTgr
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re: Someone you saw live that changed your mind?


On TV, but still a live show.

Iron and Wine. So much better live.






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redneck hippie
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re: Someone you saw live that changed your mind?


Definitely Ween

Best live band of the last 20 years






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Walt OReilly
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re: Someone you saw live that changed your mind?


keith urban

saw him open up for someone years back and the dude put on one hell of a show






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iluvdatiger
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re: Someone you saw live that changed your mind?


John Mayer. Went to his concert as a fan of his radio songs and heard all these other songs that were even better than his radio stuff. He blew my mind. Even my husband who only went because I dragged him there was impressed and said, "This guy is good!"





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VanRIch
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Took the wife to BCSF last year. Not a country fan but Keith Urban put on one of the most entertaining shows I've ever seen. I became a fan and told her I'd take her to any concert he was playing again.





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shuke33
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Ty Segall.







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HeadyBrosevelt
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re: Someone you saw live that changed your mind?


Billy Joel comes to mind
Same with Blondie

I liked them before but I was surprised they still had it at their age






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Projectpat
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Steve Aoki, for the worse





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HeadyBrosevelt
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Definitely Ween

Best live band of the last 20 years


Down with the Boognish!!!

One of my favorite live bands,only behind Phish and maybe Radiohead






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CheeseburgerEddie
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Kid Rock





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TiGeRTeRRoR
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Already liked them but Killswitch Engage live is amazing to behold. Saw them when Howard Jones was still in the band. Adam Dutkiewicz is alone worth the price of admission to watch.





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Poodlebrain
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I was in love with Aerosmith when I was in high school. Then I saw them live, and they absolutely sucked. They were so drugged out that they could not play their instruments, and Steven Tyler actually fell off the stage while waiving his arms over his head. Haven't had much use for them since.

I was in the Army when Dash Rip Rock got started, and my first exposure was Let's Go Smoke Some Pot. I wasn't that impressed when I first heard the song. When I got out of the Army and returned to Baton Rouge I saw Dash Rip Rock live. They were without a doubt the best bar/small club band I've ever seen.






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alajones
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I was in love with Aerosmith when I was in high school. Then I saw them live, and they absolutely sucked. They were so drugged out that they could not play their instruments, and Steven Tyler actually fell off the stage while waiving his arms over his head. Haven't had much use for them since.
When was that? I saw them twice in the 90's and they were amazing.






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G Love
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New Order Dallas 1983





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yurintroubl
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When was that? I saw them twice in the 90's and they were amazing.


Had to have been in the 80s before they got their shite together again.






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TheDoc
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I was in the Army when Dash Rip Rock got started, and my first exposure was Let's Go Smoke Some Pot. I wasn't that impressed when I first heard the song. When I got out of the Army and returned to Baton Rouge I saw Dash Rip Rock live. They were without a doubt the best bar/small club band I've ever seen.


Playing BR march 7 th






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Drank
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re: Someone you saw live that changed your mind?


Garth Brooks.

I ain't even ashame't.






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tidalmouse
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An Amnesty International Concert.U-2 was great,of course.The Police were good.It didn't make me start listening to his stuff,but Brian Adams put on a good show.


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Chitter Chatter
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Spin Doctors


When in college and working radio, I had to shuttle the singer, bassist, and manager from their bus to the station and back. I must say they were pretty cool and polite. Guitarist was high as a kite.






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