Post by Rusty Red Scrap Iron on Jul 5, 2008 23:57:34 GMT
I've seen Iron Maiden again for the fourth time at Twickenham Stadium and they were f**king awesome.
The support acts were Maiden's bass player's Daughter Lauren Harris (She's hot, and her music rocks), Within Temptation and Avenged Sevenfold.
Anyone who likes Maiden should see them, they're also planning a new studio album which will be awesome and will be doing a tour of that album which will be awesome and I plan to see them for a fifth time.
Support acts were decent enough too, even if one of them trotted all the cliches out ("Dapto is the best crowd ever!" "Oh you guys are all so sexy!" [If you know Dapto, this comment is hilarious in its falseness]) and so on.
Post by captainmodesty on Jul 19, 2008 11:07:16 GMT
I can't recall all of the bands I've seen over the past 5 years
Muse (3 times including Wembley) Radiohead (most recent) Reel Big Fish Presidents of the United States of America Foo Fighters (twice) Travis Stereophonics The Zutons Me firstand the Gimmie Gimmies Embrace The Editors
Nine Inch Nails Scanners Bats for lashes Eagles of Deathmetal My Chem Rom Reuben Sonic Boom Six Streetlight Manifesto Angels and Airwaves The Streets
Going to see Feeder at some point in the future as well as The Ting Tings with some uni mates
ones I want to see
The Aquabats Madness Tenacious D Rebelation The Wombats some of the ones mentioned again
there are more bands I've seen but I would have to go look at ticket stubbs I think.
Post by theonlyadsrulz on Jul 19, 2008 20:27:22 GMT
I saw Newton Faulkner at the Bristol Colston Hall in March which was an amazing thing to see and hear. His rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody brought down the house, crowd favourite Spongebob Squarepants was rather good, but the 'Disney style Sing-a-long' to 'She's got the time' with his little guitar had to be the highlight of the evening. Can't wait to see him again!
Let's see here, I've seen a few bands over the past few years. Some that come to mind are...
Ball in the House: A nice a cappella group that performed at my High School in May, 2005. And here's a fact for anyone living in the U.S.: They actually did the music for the Cool Whip commercials a few years ago.
The Kenzos: A hard-core rock group stationed out in California, and I just happen to know to lead singer Joe Sears. He's the son of one of my mom's friends. For anyone who's interested, I've provided the MySpace link below.
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