Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Friday, September 24, 2010
Muse Set List from September 23
3. New Born
4. Map of the Problematique
5. Supermassive Black Hole
6. Hysteria Star-Spangled Banner intro
8. United States Of Eurasia
9. Feeling Good (Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley cover)
10. Helsinki Jam
11. Undisclosed Desires
13. Plug In Baby
14. Time Is Running Out
15. Unnatural Selection
16. Exogenesis: Symphony, Part 1: Overture
17. Stockholm Syndrome
18. Knights of Cydonia Man With A Harmonica intro
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Five Key Items To Bring On Stage
- #1 Duct Tape.
I know that it may seem to be silly to have to list it at all, but you would be surprised to find that many of your band mates will ditch the heavy roll of duct tape and leave it at the practice space, thinking that they won't possibly need it. Perhaps they think that the venue owner will have some, or someone else in the band may bring some along. Don't trust that crucial item to anyone but yourself. I won't list the reasons you need Duct Tape. Trust me.
- #2 The Gibraltar Drink Holder
- 3# Ditty Bag for Drummers
- #4 Multi Tool
- #5 Set List
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
I'm sorry to all those Kiss fans. The band is just a hollow flash, and not much more. Back when I was a child, a really small child, the band was interesting. I didn't care for them, but they were interesting. Who were these guys? That was the big draw. The music was never really that good, and it just got worse over time. Now, the band that calls itself Kiss has just two original members, and two hired guns.
Yes, there is blood, flash pots, confetti, flying Paul Stanley, fire breathing Gene Simmons, etc. Who wouldn't expect to see the same thing, year in and year out. No matter how many times they tell us that this is their last tour, you know that they are lying to you. What was the best part of the Marcus Amphitheater show? When they handed a check to the Wounded Warrior Project. At least that was honest, and generous. Convincing people to go to Wall Mart to buy their new album was the low point of the night. Wall Mart? Really guys?