Best show you've ever seen in Pittsburgh.

 
  • Best show you've ever seen in Pittsburgh.

    Mine would have to be Armor For Sleep at Mr. Smalls about a month or so back. They had a flawless performance and my friends and I had a great time rockin the pit.

    How about yourself?

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  • I was at Armor For Sleep!
    They did do really good.

    I loved Taking Back Sunday live.
    (although, they are my favorite band ever, so it might be favortism)
    =]

  • I don't think I've ever heard Taking Back Sunday.

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    • Shad4k disse...
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    • Jun 10 2006, 1h03
    Motorhead, Dio, and Maiden in August 03 will be pretty tough to beat.

    Hail to thee, for hailed thou art, by the voice of Veratyr.
  • Opeth at Mr Smalls kicked some serious ass, they had Devin Townsend and Dark Tranquillity open for them.

  • I can't believe I missed that show. I wanted to go sooooo bad man. It would be a dream come true if they toured with Porcupine Tree.. i'd probably nut myself.

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  • Thursdayand Senses Failat warped tour this year. amazing.

  • theschloss said:
    Opeth at Mr Smalls kicked some serious ass, they had Devin Townsend and Dark Tranquillity open for them.


    I was at that one. It was incredible.

    • kilbey1 disse...
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    • Ago 23 2006, 15h17
    I actually thought the Yes show a couple years back out at the Pavilion was fantastic. I bet Opeth would've have been fantastic.

    I wonder how the Sonic Youth show will be next week?

    -- Eve
  • kilbey1 said:
    I actually thought the Yes show a couple years back out at the Pavilion was fantastic. I bet Opeth would've have been fantastic.

    I wonder how the Sonic Youth show will be next week?


    I would kill to see Yes.

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  • theschloss said:
    Opeth at Mr Smalls kicked some serious ass, they had Devin Townsend and Dark Tranquillity open for them.


    That was a really kick ass show. I love Opeth to death, but every time I see Dark Tranquillity live, they get better and better.

    My best show ever would probably have to be Soilwork, Dark Tranquillity, Hypocrisy and Mnemic. They played a show at the Odeon in Cleveland for the BWBK festival. Totally out of control. Up there also was when I saw Coheed & Cambria with Dredg and the Blood Brothers. That show was full of energy.

  • atomicblast said:
    Up there also was when I saw Coheed & Cambria with Dredg and the Blood Brothers. That show was full of energy.


    Wait when was this? That sounds amazing! The closest dredg show I have ever seen on their site was in Cleveland.

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  • This was last fall... September 29th I believe. I saw that tour again when they stopped by IUP in November too, where I actually got to do an interview with Travis from Coheed. Good shit.

  • atomicblast said:
    This was last fall... September 29th I believe. I saw that tour again when they stopped by IUP in November too, where I actually got to do an interview with Travis from Coheed. Good shit.


    Dude, thats sick.

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    • JacksonS disse...
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    • Set 6 2006, 15h02

    Best Burgh Show

    I have two Best Burgh Shows because they fall into two catergories.
    - Best Concert in a small venue:
    Donnie Iris & The Cruisers at Red Star Tavern in Station Square
    - Best Concert in a large venue:
    The Rolling Stones and Pearl Jam at PNC Park.



  • Pitchfork music festival in chicago...whats up 41 bands!


    Os Mutantes
    Ted Leo and the Pharmacists
    The Futureheads
    Tapes 'n' Tapes
    Spoon
    Mission of Burma
    Yo La Tengo
    too many others...

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    • Out 6 2006, 23h49

    my first and last.....

    First show I ever saw: Love and Rockets open for the Pixies....Last show: The Brazilian Girls

    • LHRT disse...
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    • Jun 6 2007, 1h33
    mooney suzuki at mr smalls theatre, like 4 years ago, i live in florida but visit all the time

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  • Best small venue was definitely Bright Eyes with M. Ward and my morning jacket at club laga a few years ago
    and best big venue is a tie between roger waters and rush. Man all of those shows were aaaaaamazing.

  • Best small venue was definitely Bright Eyes with M. Ward and my morning jacket at club laga a few years ago
    and best big venue is a tie between roger waters and rush. Man all of those shows were aaaaaamazing.

  • Best small venue was definitely Bright Eyes with M. Ward and my morning jacket at club laga a few years ago
    and best big venue is a tie between roger waters and rush. Man all of those shows were aaaaaamazing.

    • mmjfan disse...
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    • Jul 9 2007, 19h05
    NedleInTheHay13 said:
    Best small venue was definitely Bright Eyes with M. Ward and my morning jacket at club laga a few years ago
    and best big venue is a tie between roger waters and rush. Man all of those shows were aaaaaamazing.

    I didn't know MMJ back then, but i saw em in cleveland and it was amazing. Roger Waters last year was a spectacle.

    • tin_man_ disse...
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    • Set 8 2007, 3h26
    Damien Rice, April 11th, 2004, which was Easter Sunday, at the Byham Theatre...amazing show...

  • Hands down- Midnite Snake for free under the Bloomfield bridge.

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    • Out 8 2007, 21h33

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    Leslie Feist as Feist in Feist at Carnegie Musical Hall

    a.kay
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