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About borracho

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  • Birthday 06/07/1968
  1. i don't think he did? if so, it probably would've gone differently! but it was sort of dark, so he probably didn't know.
  2. i went and here's some thoughts... - the venue was a renovated highschool auditorium that held 700 or so? - buck meek played about a half-hour. - tweedy played 1.5 hours - started 8:30, over at 10. - the sold-out crowd was very quiet and respectful. i mean, people waited until between songs to get up and go out / come back to their seats. did get a little loud when he took questions from the audience while he was tuning, but got quiet again when he started playing. - during that q&a part, wayne coyne asked a question about if he could make up a song on the spot like elton john, and tweed
  3. thinking of going to their show next week - it's "an evening with" set. never seen them before... good live band?
  4. borracho

    ZZ TOP

    saw them last may and thought they sounded the best i've heard them in years. they threw in some songs they hadn't played in many years (precious, nasty dogs, certified blues) and some off the newest album... Precious and Grace Heartache in Blue Waitin' for the Bus Jesus Just Left Chicago Flyin' High Pincushion Heard it on the X I Gotsta Get Paid Gimme All Your Lovin' A Fool for Your Stockings My Head's in Mississippi Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings Certified Blues Chartreuse Sharp Dressed Man Legs Tube Snake Boogie Viva Las Vegas La Grange / Sloppy Drunk Jam Tush
  5. tornado benefit show in okc - ben kweller, built to spill, grace potter, jackson browne, flaming lips, kings of leon...
  6. it was a few nights ago, but zz top! went in expecting the same standard setlist from them, but instead got 4 new songs, plus precious & grace, funky dogs/nasty kings, certified blues, and fool for your stockings. nice mix of old and new.
  7. make sure you get there early for eagle claw. not sure what the order is between them and gypsyhawk - they've been changing it up on this tour - but don't miss them! great instrumental hard rock from austin.
  8. pearl jam twenty. lemmy. foo fighters back and forth. and that tom petty doc someone else mentioned is stellar.
  9. majors: safeco field coors field ballpark in arlington arlington stadium kaufmann stadium busch stadium (old) wrigley field comiskey (new) miller park camden yards minors: tacoma colorado springs albuquerque oklahoma city frisco tulsa memphis buffalo one of my favorite baseball memories was a day in chicago - afternoon at wrigley, then night at comiskey. another favorite was sitting in the bleachers at wrigley for a day game and aramis ramirez hit a walk-off homer to beat the brewers. such a great atmosphere!
  10. i had a sampler platter of all kinds of sausage, brat, sauerkrat, etc and a boot (s) of beer. it was glorious.
  11. i ate here once and it was great. http://www.madersrestaurant.com/
  12. news not so good for baroness: The band members of Baroness and their crew are recovering from injuries sustained after their tour bus crashed outside of Bath, England early on Wednesday morning. John Baizley has broken his left arm and left leg. Allen Blickle and Matt Maggioni each suffered fractured vertebrae. All three remain in the hospital as of this writing. Pete Adams has been treated and released from the hospital. Three of the five crew members who were on the bus have also been treated and released. One member is still undergoing testing. The driver of the bus remains in critical
  13. i saw the beastie boys at the bottom of a bill in 1986 that was them, ll cool j, whodini, and run dmc. it was before licensed to ill came out and we hadn't heard of them. 3 guys came out on skateboards and rapped for 3 songs, and when they left the stage, we kinda laughed at them, thinking they wouldn't amount to much. oops. saw them later in 1994 and 2004 - they grew up nicely.
  14. i went to this one. nice 3-hour show... 20 September 2005 - Farmer's Market - Oklahoma City, OK Sept 20, 2005 - Farmer's Market, Oklahoma City - Set One - No Speak No Slave Nebakanezer Hard To Handle -> Jam Soul Singing -> Jam L.A. (1st time played - Neil Young) She Talks To Angels Downtown Money Waster -> Share The Ride -> Mellow Down Easy Forever Young Jam -> Thorn In My Pride - Set Two - Song Of Love She Gave Good Sunflower By Your Side Ride On A Pony (1st time played - Free) Ballad In Urgency -> Wiser Time Jealous Again Twice As Hard Oh Well - encore - Remedy
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