We saw J. Roddy Walston and the Business at the Milwaukee HOG rally this year. They were a LOT of fun. Especially since I'd never heard of them, much less heard them before. Really high energy rock & roll.Bands I most WANT to see soon include Here Come the Mummies.If you don't appreciate some excellent funk and high quality double entendre, they are not for you.
I gotta get me some Musician earplugs (for attending concerts) to protect what hearing I have left and keep my tinnitus from worsening. I sometimes use regular foam but I'm not happy with the music unless the music was super loud, dangerous to begin with. Any of you live music fans have any experience with or suggestions for some (basic to intermediate quality) musicians earplugs?
Tyler Childers at red rocks.
Went with the wife to see 311 on Saturday. Now, I like 311. I can sing along with a lot of their song. That said, the reverb on the vocals was cranked so insanely high that I could not understand a single word. And whoever was balancing the audio would just turn everything up if they got slightly off. So it started out with everything fairly well balanced, and 30 minuted in the guitars and vocals had been turned up to the point of flat-lining. For the first time ever, I walked out of a concert before the end.
The opening band was fantastic though.
We are going to the county fair this June and watching some country singer. Josh Turner?
No idea. But around here, we take concerta when we can get them. Some good, some terrible.
Jason Aldene, terrible. Diamond Rio, terrible
May 30th Reel Big Fish and The Aquabats will be playing in one of those small "standing room only" venues here in Reno. I'm looking forward to this one.
Sounds "Super Rad", have fun.