• Bands seen in concert:

    1 May 2013, 23:18

    (In the particular order except that this is how they're popping into my mind)

    Bad Religion (a zillion times)
    Rancid (a zillion times)
    Brother (a zillion times)
    The Specials
    Streetlight Manifesto
    Mad Caddies
    Imelda May
    Bouncing Souls
    The Cars
    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble (2x)
    The Fabulous Thunderbirds
    Bonnie Raitt
    Luther Allison
    Jeff Healey
    Siouxie and the Banshees
    Pat Travers
    Sister Machine Gun
    Acumen Nation
    Charlatans UK
    The Moody Blues
    My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult
    Mad Caddies
    Electric Hellfire Club
    Buckwheat Zydeco
    CJ Chenier and Red Hot Louisiana Band
    Green Day (not by choice)
    Cherry Poppin’ Daddies
    The Violent Femmes
    Koko Taylor
    Roy Clark
    The Chills (the NZ band)
    Depeche Mode
    The The

    (I know that there is a lot more but I can’t remember them…)
  • Bad Religion 04.15.2013 Showbox SoDo, Seattle

    16 Abr 2013, 20:58

    Mon 15 Apr – Bad Religion, The Bronx, Polar Bear Club

    By the time Bad Religion took the stage, this place was PACKED. As always, Graffin and the guys put on an excellent show. They seem to get better and better every time we go to see them. These guys are spectacular live.
  • The Specials 03.27.2013 Showbox SoDo, Seattle

    28 Mar 2013, 18:06

    Wed 27 Mar – The Specials, Little Hurricane

    Terry Hall is back on lead vocals! The band played mostly hits from their first two album's. It was very evident that the band was having as of good a time playing the music as the fans were listening (and dancing) to them. The appeal of the Specials has not changed at all over the years. The age range of the fans ranged from 10 years old to some well in their 60's. An excellent concert.

    The opening band, however, was very unimpressive and had a odd, painfully disjoined sound.