Jealous and laughing do not sound similar ķm!Vixen at The Mayfair around 1990.
Oh sorry... "jealous", I thought you wrote "laughing"
Stereophonics in a San Diego community centre. There must have been 30 of us. I'd seen it advertised in the local community newspaper. I called in on the way back from work and asked if it was THE Stereophonics (reply: "Yeah, why, are they famous?" They were really good. Warming up for their tour the next month.
Jealous. Cracking live concert footage of Roger Hodgson on YouTube from just a few years ago at The Albert Hall. The bass player is amazing. He has a mini-cam on the headstock of his guitar which gives a good view if his playing.Jealous and laughing do not sound similar ķm!
I think I saw supertramp at a local college , but youth and other things may have given me a false memory on this one.
Music tastes vary so wildly that I’m not sure the jealousy thing will work.
Big Rude Jake, New Years Eve, Seattle 2001/2002. Won’t make anyone jealous, but the best gig I’ve ever been too. Tiny venue, awesome atmosphere. Band played on and off for About 5 hours and spent the rest of the time drinking with the audience. Supposed to finish at 1am, stopped charging for drinks at about 3, rolled out some time after 5.
There’s a man who like his beatsin fact i dont get it so im just going to post my memorable gigs
Rage Against the Machine at the Mayfair
Run DMC at the leeds Festival
Ice T at the leeds Festival
Ice T & Bodycount at Newcastle University
Sugarhill Gang at the Leeds Festival
Limp Bizkit at Brixton Academy
Pendulum at Majorca Rocks