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Felice Brothers were outstanding. I still haven't seen Ballad of Lou The Welterweight live, but I did get my favourite song (Wonderful Life).

Of the 6 cc gigs I've been to so far this year, I've seen 2 good shows and 3 great ones. Tyler Childers, Frazey Ford and now Felice Brothers were all excellent gigs.

Milk Carton Kids next.

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Currently at the Barrowlands to watch the mighty Peat and Diesel. Never been so excited about a gig since my first Stranglers concert at The Apollo in the late 70s .

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Going back to SHHE tonight, at Hug & Pint. Broken Chanter w Martin John Henry was my original booking but cancelled due to illness. Think that's the first gig I've had cancelled in nearly 25 years of going to gigs, so I can't complain.

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Guns N Roses announce UK dates with a Glasgow date to follow, seen them last year and would reccomend.
Now confirmed with tickets going on sale this Friday at 9am. I'm absolutely delighted about this!IMG_20200128_132247.jpeg

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I'm a bit sniffy about legacy / retro acts living off past glories, but then I'll probably be seeing the Pixies at End of the Road later in the year and I'm not entirely sure how I feel about that, even if they were the best band in the world thirty years ago.

(To be fair they were already a retro act by the time I actually did see them in 2005, but I thoroughly enjoyed it.)

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2 hours ago, Willow Rosenberg said:

What's wrong with a nostalgia fest?

It was nice seeing Slash and Duff back in the band initially and hearing them playing those songs but it's been 4 years now.

Don't expect them to still try and make out they're the "most dangerous band in the world" in their 50s but it'd be nice if they still had something to say and put out new material.

Guns was my favourite band growing up but it's just getting a bit too Butlins now.

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Now confirmed with tickets going on sale this Friday at 9am. I'm absolutely delighted about this!IMG_20200128_132247.thumb.jpeg.aacfc570c9c93b09d5dae8dd828942e3.jpeg


I’m a heartbroken, seething mess! On fucking holiday that week!

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Ticket prices are a bit of a pisstake.

£75

+2.75 handling

+9.4 service charge

+1.5 facility charge

 

+£32 membership for presale

 

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Ticket prices are a bit of a pisstake.
£75
+2.75 handling
+9.4 service charge
+1.5 facility charge
 
+£32 membership for presale
 


What is a facility charge and how is it different from a service charge?

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21 hours ago, Derek Patterson said:

It was nice seeing Slash and Duff back in the band initially and hearing them playing those songs but it's been 4 years now.

Don't expect them to still try and make out they're the "most dangerous band in the world" in their 50s but it'd be nice if they still had something to say and put out new material.

Guns was my favourite band growing up but it's just getting a bit too Butlins now.

I'm still not seeing anything wrong here.

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5 hours ago, Savage Henry said:

 


What is a facility charge and how is it different from a service charge?

No idea.

Found a way round the membership, so just went ajead and got them for a bit cheaper.

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Ticket prices are a bit of a pisstake.
£75
+2.75 handling
+9.4 service charge
+1.5 facility charge
 
+£32 membership for presale
 


Register for gigs in Scotland, you get in their presale. I’ve just bought 4 tickets

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37 minutes ago, MONKMAN said:

 


Register for gigs in Scotland, you get in their presale. I’ve just bought 4 tickets

Yeah, registered for Live Nation.

They've got presale as well without needing to pay the Membership Fee.

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On 28/01/2020 at 17:07, Willow Rosenberg said:

What's wrong with a nostalgia fest?

Nothing if that's your thing, I guess. Just doesn't interest me, personally.

I love live music for its creative energy.

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Tickets purchased for....

Diana Ross

ELO

The Killers

Rewind Scotland 

lets rock Scotland 

 

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