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Newly Announced (Non-PJ) Tours

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    EddieredderEddieredder Posts: 740
    EL91640 said:
    Counting Crows tour dates outside of the Santana tour:



    Their first album was one of my favorites growing up. I've always wanted to see them live. But man, I've seen some footage and have gotten the worst reviews about them live. 
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    pjl44pjl44 Posts: 8,565
    cutz said:

    Just those shows?
    For now
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    EL91640EL91640 Posts: 106
    EL91640 said:
    Counting Crows tour dates outside of the Santana tour:



    Their first album was one of my favorites growing up. I've always wanted to see them live. But man, I've seen some footage and have gotten the worst reviews about them live. 
    Yeah I saw them last year at Red Rocks and they didn't sounds great. Still a good show and glad I got to see them but wish I had done so 20 years ago. 
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    JOEJOEJOEJOEJOEJOE Posts: 10,451
    pjl44 said:

    Great double-bill

    The Los Angeles show is just a few days before Ohana.
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    GibsonGibson Toronto Posts: 2,590
    edited May 8
    Do not sleep on these guys. It's been over a decade since they've been stateside, and I believe they opened for Mumford when they were here.

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    drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 4,427
    Gibson said:
    Do not sleep on these guys. It's been over a decade since they've been stateside, and I believe they opened for Mumford when they were here.

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    DE4173DE4173 Posts: 471

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    1996; 9/28 New York
    1997: 11/14 Oakland, 11/15 Oakland
    1998: 7/5 Dallas, 7/7 Albuquerque, 7/8 Phoenix, 7/10 San Diego, 7/11 Las Vegas
    2000: 10/17 Dallas
    2003: 4/3 OKC
    2012: 11/17 Tulsa(EV), 11/18 Tulsa(EV)
    2013: 11/16 OKC
    2014: 10/8 Tulsa
    2022: 9/20 OKC
    2023: 9/13 Ft Worth, 9/15 Ft Worth
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    DE4173DE4173 Posts: 471

    1993: 11/22 Little Rock
    1996; 9/28 New York
    1997: 11/14 Oakland, 11/15 Oakland
    1998: 7/5 Dallas, 7/7 Albuquerque, 7/8 Phoenix, 7/10 San Diego, 7/11 Las Vegas
    2000: 10/17 Dallas
    2003: 4/3 OKC
    2012: 11/17 Tulsa(EV), 11/18 Tulsa(EV)
    2013: 11/16 OKC
    2014: 10/8 Tulsa
    2022: 9/20 OKC
    2023: 9/13 Ft Worth, 9/15 Ft Worth
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    drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 4,427

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    EL91640EL91640 Posts: 106
    DE4173 said:

    Thanks for posting, they are on my list to see! If anyone else is buying tickets they have a presale tomorrow and code is SOUNDCHECK
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    curmudgeonesscurmudgeoness Brigadoon, foodie capital Posts: 3,448
    JOEJOEJOE said:
    pjl44 said:

    Great double-bill

    The Los Angeles show is just a few days before Ohana.
    I tried to get tickets to the Portland show in the presale and couldn't find the show listing. So I foolishly waited for the public sale and still no Portland show, other venues mostly sold out. :-( Maybe once I have a better idea of where I'll be when this fall I'll try again. I've really enjoyed his concerts.

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    onemorshowonemorshow Posts: 402

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    pjl44pjl44 Posts: 8,565

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    DE4173DE4173 Posts: 471

    1993: 11/22 Little Rock
    1996; 9/28 New York
    1997: 11/14 Oakland, 11/15 Oakland
    1998: 7/5 Dallas, 7/7 Albuquerque, 7/8 Phoenix, 7/10 San Diego, 7/11 Las Vegas
    2000: 10/17 Dallas
    2003: 4/3 OKC
    2012: 11/17 Tulsa(EV), 11/18 Tulsa(EV)
    2013: 11/16 OKC
    2014: 10/8 Tulsa
    2022: 9/20 OKC
    2023: 9/13 Ft Worth, 9/15 Ft Worth
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    DE4173DE4173 Posts: 471

    1993: 11/22 Little Rock
    1996; 9/28 New York
    1997: 11/14 Oakland, 11/15 Oakland
    1998: 7/5 Dallas, 7/7 Albuquerque, 7/8 Phoenix, 7/10 San Diego, 7/11 Las Vegas
    2000: 10/17 Dallas
    2003: 4/3 OKC
    2012: 11/17 Tulsa(EV), 11/18 Tulsa(EV)
    2013: 11/16 OKC
    2014: 10/8 Tulsa
    2022: 9/20 OKC
    2023: 9/13 Ft Worth, 9/15 Ft Worth
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    GlowGirlGlowGirl New York, NY Posts: 10,267
    DE4173 said:

    I would have liked to have seen this. I saw Love & Rockets last year and they were great. I have seen Jane several times. But on Sept 10th I will be driving from Philly to Baltimore for Pearl Jam - priorities. 
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    ComeToTXComeToTX Austin Posts: 7,664

    This show, another show, a show here and a show there.
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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,879
    ComeToTX said:

    Yessir!!
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    drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 4,427

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    ZodZod Posts: 10,431
    EL91640 said:
    Counting Crows tour dates outside of the Santana tour:



    Their first album was one of my favorites growing up. I've always wanted to see them live. But man, I've seen some footage and have gotten the worst reviews about them live. 
    It's a contender for worst shove I've ever seen.  We stay in Chicago for a few extra days after the 2016 PJ shows, and caught the CC.  I love their first two albums, but the live show.. it was rough, really rough.   I'm glad I got to see them, if only so that I don't ever feel the need to see them again :)
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    DE4173DE4173 Posts: 471
    1993: 11/22 Little Rock
    1996; 9/28 New York
    1997: 11/14 Oakland, 11/15 Oakland
    1998: 7/5 Dallas, 7/7 Albuquerque, 7/8 Phoenix, 7/10 San Diego, 7/11 Las Vegas
    2000: 10/17 Dallas
    2003: 4/3 OKC
    2012: 11/17 Tulsa(EV), 11/18 Tulsa(EV)
    2013: 11/16 OKC
    2014: 10/8 Tulsa
    2022: 9/20 OKC
    2023: 9/13 Ft Worth, 9/15 Ft Worth
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    drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 4,427


    My other favorite band playing my favorite album. And MO to top it off. This will be sweet
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    pjl44pjl44 Posts: 8,565

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    GB281198GB281198 Virginia Posts: 423
    pjl44 said:

    Looking forward to this. He's going to have his original band back plus new music.
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    pjl44pjl44 Posts: 8,565
    GB281198 said:
    pjl44 said:

    Looking forward to this. He's going to have his original band back plus new music.
    I'm really curious to see what direction he takes with this Johnny Blue Skies project. And I'm really itching to see those Sound & Fury songs live.
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    WreckageWreckage England Posts: 56


    My other favorite band playing my favorite album. And MO to top it off. This will be sweet
    Wow.  Enjoy!  

    Should stay clear of this thread, don’t get most of the joint tours like this on this side of the Atlantic.
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    EL91640EL91640 Posts: 106
    Wreckage said:


    My other favorite band playing my favorite album. And MO to top it off. This will be sweet
    Wow.  Enjoy!  

    Should stay clear of this thread, don’t get most of the joint tours like this on this side of the Atlantic.
    I wasn't aware of Manchester Orchestra, but saw them open for Jimmy Eat World last year and they were incredible! 
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