Friday, April 3, 2009

My Favorite Concerts

Note: no local shows

1)Black Lips, Gentlemen Jesse and His Men, and Mean Creek- Middle East,March 2009. Grade:10

2)No Age, The Beets, and Lemonade- Wellsley College, April 2009. Grade:10

3)Built To Spill, Dinosaur Jr, and the Meat Puppets- Orpheum Theater, September 2008. Grade:9.5

4)Radiohead and Grizzly Bear(missed them though)- Comcast Center, August 2008. Grade:9.5

5)No Age, Silk Flowers, and Sound Circles- Middle East, November 2008. Grade:9.5

6)Editors, Hot Hot Heat, and Louis XIV- Orpheum Theater, January 2008. Grade:9

7)Morrissey and I never caught the opening act's name, but they were a decent all female band - Orpheum Theater, October 2007. Grade:9

8)Taste of Chaos: Deftones, Drum Corpse,Thrice, Atreyu, Story of the Year, Funeral For A Friend, and others- Tsongas Arena, March 2006. Grade:8

9)The Used, Fall Out Boy(they weren't as bad then, but I still didn't like them, The Bronx, and possibly others)- Can't remember!, November 2004. Grade:8

10)Mission of Burma, The Neighborhoods, and Faces On Film- Summerville Theater, January 2009. Grade:8

11)No Age, High Places, Abe Vigoda, and Palms- Middle East, July 2008. Grade:8

12)Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello, and I never caught the opening band's name, but they were ok- University of Rhode Island, September 2007. Grade:7.5/8

13)The Psychedelic Furs (great), The Fixx (didn't like), The Alarm (ok)- Avalon, July 2007. Grade:7.5

14)Paul Weller and the Rifles- Berkley College, September 2008. Grade:7.5

15)The War on Drugs, The Drones, and Tsui- TT Bears, March 2009. Grade:7

16)Daphne Loves Derby, two terrible opening acts- some church in Boston, I forget where, February 2007. Grade:7

All great shows!

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