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    What concerts and performances are you planning on seeing this Summer?

    I'll start.

    My wife and I will be going to our first concert together in August. We are going to see Diana Krall perform at a local winery. We are both very excited. We'll likely go to at least another or two, but this is the only one we have tickets to so far.

    How 'bout you?

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    In the past month my wife and I have seen:

    Eric Clapton w/ Robert Cray
    Harry Connick Jr.
    Joshua Radin & Schuyler Fisk
    Decemberists

    As of right now we don't have anymore concrete plans, but I'm sure there will be more to come. YIPPEE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizelbs View Post
    We are going to see Diana Krall perform at a local winery.
    My wife and I saw her at a somewhat small venue. We loved it.

    We have tickets for Norah Jones in June.

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    I've seen Diana Krall in concert before.. she's wonderful.. a bit to much of a diva.. but man her voice is smooth and soothing. Drink more wine while there.. then everything will sound that much better. ;)

    I am going to see Lindsey Buckingham solo concert in June.. should be amazing.. he's one of the best guitarist I've ever seen perform live. I saw him with FM a few years ago..

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    Kelly Clarkson and maybe Maroon 5.

    Saw Nickelback last year and 3 Doors Down the year before.

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    I am dying to see Arcade Fire. I am going to see if I can catch a show if they coma anywhere near the Southeast.
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    We're planning on going to the Beach Boys next month at a local casino

    Whatever comes up that sounds good. Although, now we tend to just stay home and watch concert dvd's instead.

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    Tool- June 6th in Richmond. Show of the summer for me.

    Glenn Miller Orchestra- August 26th in Cville.

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    Here is what I actually have tickets for so far this summer!


    HANK WILLIAMS JR - May 15th (Sioux City)
    TOOL - June 26th (St.Paul)
    DEREK TRUCKS BAND - July 20th (Sioux Falls)
    ROBERT CRAY - July 21st (Sioux Falls)
    RUSH - Aug 8th (Red Rocks)
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    Rockfest June 9, 2007

    Gates Open at 11 a.m. Show starts at noon!

    Main Stage

    Puddle of Mudd - 1:30 p.m.
    Chevelle - 2:40 p.m.
    Sevendust - 3:50 p.m.
    Breaking Benjamin - 5:00 p.m.
    Buckcherry - 6:30 p.m.
    Three Days Grace - 8:00 p.m.
    Godsmack - 9:30 p.m.

    Second Stage sponsored by DeVry University

    Red Line Chemistry - Noon
    Federation of Horsepower - 1 p.m.
    Burden Brothers - 2:10 p.m.
    Operator - 3:20 p.m.
    Exies - 4:30 p.m.
    Black Stone Cheey - 6;00 p.m.
    Drowning Pool - 7:30 p.m.
    Saliva - 9:00 p.m.

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    TOOL - June 27th

    nine inch nails - if/when they tour the states.

    I'd be down for almost anything else - last summer we saw:

    NIN with Bauhaus and Peaches
    Fiona Apple with Damien Rice
    Bon Jovi with Nickelback
    Godsmack with Rob Zombie and Shinedown
    TOOL with ISIS
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    Quote Originally Posted by wingnut4772 View Post
    I am dying to see Arcade Fire. I am going to see if I can catch a show if they coma anywhere near the Southeast.
    I may be wrong, but I believe their Atlanta date is the only show not sold out on their current tour.
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    The Charleston Symphony has a couple of concert in the park dates that look cool.

    I also would like to see Shawn Mullins in Atlanta this summer.

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    Got a few lined up:

    --Tapes N Tapes
    --Arcade Fire
    --Rosebuds
    --Randolph Street Festival (mostly for Smoking Popes and Walkmen)
    --Lollapalooza

    I'm sure there'll be more!
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    So far......

    RUSH- Sept. 8th. Tix already on sale on April 14th. They get to use my money for 6 months. .

    Several other outdoor festivals in the area including SummerFest.

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    Halo you lucky dog, Tool and Isis, what a show.

    Do you know if anyone is opening for them this time around?

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    Jfail,

    Just got done seeing Tool last night...WOW what an incredible show. Setlist was:
    Jambi
    Stinkfist
    46 & 2
    Shism
    Rosetta Stoned
    PU****!!
    Wings/10000 Days
    Lateralus
    Vicarious
    Aenema

    Kinsky opened for Tool....it was marginal at best.

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    This is by far the most I have ever seen him talk in a show, maybe because he was in his home state. Any ways, Danny's arm is definitely healed, and the band was very tight! Laser show was really good, and the lighting was great, especially the background effects.

    It will be hard to top this show for 2007.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo View Post
    TOOL - June 27th

    nine inch nails - if/when they tour the states.

    I'd be down for almost anything else - last summer we saw:

    NIN with Bauhaus and Peaches
    Fiona Apple with Damien Rice
    Bon Jovi with Nickelback
    Godsmack with Rob Zombie and Shinedown
    TOOL with ISIS
    I was at that show too. I have never seen anyone put as much emotion into a show as she does. That concert was steller!
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    avalanchefan:

    Wow, what a great set! Nothing from Undertow or Opiate though? Old or not, I'm praying they play 4 degrees, Opiate and Prison Sex at the Richmond show. And you're definitely lucky to see them in AZ! Man, now I'm definitely hyped. The woman doesn't want to go with me, so this may be the 1st show I've ever gone to completely alone. Should be interesting!

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    Maynard's not from AZ, but he has a pad there as well as Caduceus, his winery.

    Speaking of which, Avelanche...do you ever go there? I'm trying to get a few bottles of his wine for the bar, but they can't ship to my state. Let me know what you can do, and I'll hook you up.

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    anyone know anything about the EAGLES touring??? I heard some things but nothing concrete
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    Going to see Tony Rice featuring Alison Kraus with Union Station this Friday!:D
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    I love Fiona Apple. I would go see her for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmy330go
    I was at that show too. I have never seen anyone put as much emotion into a show as she does. That concert was steller!
    Quote Originally Posted by JimBRICK
    I love Fiona Apple. I would go see her for sure.
    She looks / acts as if she's posessed at times. It was a fantastic show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schwarcw View Post
    Going to see Tony Rice featuring Alison Kraus with Union Station this Friday!:D
    That's a show I'd like to go see!
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    If anyones likes their rock a little southern fried. I heavily recommend Drive by Truckers. They have 2 shows that they are touring with this summer "The Dirt Underneath" is going to be a sit down/acoustic set, but they're also performing their rock show (actually probably should spell that "rawk"). I caught them with a couple friends at the Fillmore in San Francisco about a year ago (they were opening for Son Volt who we were there to see) and within the week everyone there had purchased not only their new album but much of their back catalogue as well.

    It's everything a rock show should be guitar solos, cigarette smoke and a bottle of Jack getting passed around the stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demiurge View Post
    Maynard's not from AZ, but he has a pad there as well as Caduceus, his winery.

    Speaking of which, Avelanche...do you ever go there? I'm trying to get a few bottles of his wine for the bar, but they can't ship to my state. Let me know what you can do, and I'll hook you up.
    No I know he is not from here....but it was really cool how he makes it feel like home. I think I can get you a bottle or two. I know a friend of mine just had a bottle of it last week, not sure where he got it though. He did not even know it was Maynards vineyard until someone mentioned it to him. Let me do some asking around for you and I will get back to you...if a week or two goes by just PM me with the reminder, I will make sure to hook you up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo View Post
    That's a show I'd like to go see!
    In your backyard on July 28th!

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    Alison Krauss & Union Station!
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    If I lived near oklahoma, I'd be all over this
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