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    jan 1989 -- r.e.m. in japan. first show of the green tour. 90min.

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    June 1990 ó bob mould in Cleveland. 2nd solo album tour (black sheets of rain): mookie caught this tour in nyc late fall.

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    Oct 1985 - rem in Germany 95min

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    Looking forward to a few concerts this summer. Hoping to hit the Foo Fighters in July at Fenway and then both Pearl Jam shows in September. Husband and I were talking about flying out to either Missoula, MT or Seattle to catch the other PJ shows, but we're taking too many trips already this year.

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    I haven't looked ahead to see what's coming to the Chicagoland area this summer, but last year my wife and I saw:
    - New Kids on the Block / Paula Abdul / Boyz II Men
    - Faith Hill / Tim McGraw
    - Matchbox 20 / Counting Crows
    - Lonestar
    - Saving Abel (x2)
    - Saliva

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    headed to see whats left of Steely Dan and Doobie Brothers in July.
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    Joe Bonamassa up at Hampton Beach in April. Debating Pixies/Weezer in July.
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    There hasn't been much to sneeze at in Manila lately but I'm going to see Incubus this month. Really bummed the Foos don't have this place on their list.

    My older son just asked me coincidentally today, "What bands have you seen live" and I had to ask him if he had all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slap Shot View Post
    There hasn't been much to sneeze at in Manila lately but I'm going to see Incubus this month. Really bummed the Foos don't have this place on their list.

    My older son just asked me coincidentally today, "What bands have you seen live" and I had to ask him if he had all day.
    That is one thing I am envious of. You've seen 'em all.
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    Got Pearl Jam tickets for Fenway. I havenít seen them since 1996 when I was 16.

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    On March 15 I have a Walk Off the Earth concert. They're kind of a pop sound, I suppose, but it's an actual band and they're truly creative in how they approach making different sounds - especially when they perform cover tracks.
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