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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2024 10:38 
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Not quite been a day but already getting over 4% likes to view ratio on Ballacid’s channel. 223 views so far! Compared to 26 on mine over 5 days…

Which is nice.


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 Post subject: Re: Non-Genre Specific Music Thread
PostPosted: Sun Mar 24, 2024 23:19 
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I've recently accepted invitations to go to a few concerts lately, it's been fun.

Grinspoon - a popular aussie band from the late 90s / early 2000s. They were really good and I recognised one or two sings off the radio. We were right at the front in a pretty good venue. Solid.

They were supported by Private Function - fucking brilliant, punky and funny too. I've been listening to this band a lot since then


Blink 182 at an arena roughly the size of the O2 - really good but my mate bought really expensive 'vip' tickets so we had good seats, but I don't think it was worth the money we paid. Travis is an absolute beast on the drums though, wow.

Finally, the pick of the bunch, the Southern River Band. This was in a small-ish pub in the city with a side room that holds a couple of hundred people. Holy shit these guys were loud, lively and brilliant. The frontman is very much an Australian stereotype. He can really play and has plenty of charisma. The drummer was an animal playing live. They're playing in London soon too - you should totally check it out if you like straightforward hard-ish heavy rock with a touch of flamboyant humour (which I do).


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 Post subject: Re: Non-Genre Specific Music Thread
PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2024 19:37 
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Can’t beat going to gigs, sounds like they were all great bands!
I always try and say yes if invited to stuff, even if not my usual cuppa chances are it’ll be a good do.

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Speaking of which I want to see Heaven 17 a couple of weeks ago and they were brilliant.

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I remember when I had hair like that.

Will get tickets for this, I reckon. Then Duff will be equal first with Peaness and Do Nothing in the "people I have seen most often on stage".


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 15, 2024 23:27 
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Must be difficult going through life with a name that is clearly a euphemism for *something*. Fair play for becoming a world (well, Europe) touring musician anyway.


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Ticket price was half a Taylor. Jeez.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2024 23:03 
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Self indulgent post, sorry, but I’m really chuffed with this.

Got featured again on Ballacid’s YouTube channel who I’m a big fan of.

https://youtu.be/lZZVeqh4wME?si=riKP1uXU44LeGDbw

Something nice (for me) in a shitty time.

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