WILCO SHOW AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL

2012 Concerts

SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 PART 1- PICS

I went to Wilco tonight – I won tix last minute and got to play with my camera a bit at the Hollywood Bowl.  Pics from the show.

 

 

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SET LIST:

Dawned On Me

War on War

I Might

Sunken Treasure

Spiders (Kidsmoke)

Impossible Germany

Born Alone

I Am Trying To Break Your Heart

Art of Almost, Misunderstood

Jesus, Etc.

Handshake Drugs

Black Moon

Whole Love

Hate It Here

Box Full of Letters

I’m Always In Love

Hummingbird

A Shot in the Arm

Ashes of American Flags

California Stars

Walken

Heavy Metal Drummer

I’m The Man Who Loves You

Hoodoo Voodoo, Outtasite (Outta Mind)

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SEBASTIAN BACH’S NEW GUITARIST- JEFF GEORGE

2012 Concerts

It’s a Wednesday afternoon in West Hollywood.   My buddy and I had just attended the show and after party at the Def Leppard concert filmed for YouTube at the House of Blues.  Afterwards, we made our  way to Saddle Ranch for a late lunch.   We were seated next to a friendly bunch of dudes.  I recognized one of them from jamming with Sebastian Bach the year before at a Steel Panther show. 

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We hung out and talked to them as they goofed off at the table next to us.  They had just come from the same show.   We all talked about rock-n-roll.    They were hilarious.    Right before we were leaving, they were jamming out on the patio with the tableside musicians from the restaurant.   I now realize that in addition to Danny Worsnop from Asking Alexandria and that is Jeff George that comes in at the end next to the…

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ACCEPT BROUGHT SOME KILLER GERMAN METAL TO THE AVALON IN HOLLYWOOD- 9/26/2012

2012 Concerts

ACCEPT AND KREATOR PUT ON A DEVASTATING METAL PERFORMANCE AT THE AVALON IN HOLLYWOOD 9/26/2012

This show was a pleasant surprise on almost every level. Accept delivered a devastating performance as they powered through 15 songs in an incredibly underutilized venue for heavy music.   The band had a very beefy guitar tone throughout the performance with guitarists Wolf Hoffman and Herman Frank.  It was neat to see their guitar cabinets adorned with the Accept logo – that was cool.   Vocalist Mark Tornillo showed a spectacular range and really delivered on every song.  For a replacement singer, he has no problem filling the role and playing the part.   Stefan Schwartman was great on drums and Peter Baltes delivered great bass lines throughout the set.    From the opening song, “Hung, Drawn, and Quartered, to the obvious encore, “Balls To The Wall”, Accept jammed in as much metal…

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