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Started by: joolzian
On: 29/11/2018 | 16:11
Replies: 24
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by: joolzian
on: 29/11/2018 | 17:21

I'm envious @swamppig  which venue?

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by: swamppig
on: 29/11/2018 | 17:51

@joolzian Both gigs were at the Royal Albert Hall......I still have the ticket stubs in a scrapbook along with many others, I also went to the first Glastonbury festival .    😎

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by: joolzian
on: 29/11/2018 | 17:59

I still have a lot of gig tickets too @swamppig. So many glastonbrys. i think we went almost every year from 75 and never paid after the fence went up we always got performers tickets  as stonecarvers but i rarely did any.Not been since about year 26 when it got stupidly busy.Smiley Frustrated

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by: bluenose5
on: 29/11/2018 | 18:01
Edward Starr in early 70s price can't remember.
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by: revjonty
on: 29/11/2018 | 23:14
I honestly haven't got a clue who, what, or where the first live gig I went to was.
It might well have been a cover band on a campsite.

I've seen so many bands in my time. Many different venues. Some good, some bad, some definitely ugly (Shane McGowan).

I suspect that the only people who really know which gig was their first, either haven't done that many, or it was someone significant.

Who the hell remembers the name of a pub cover band?

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by: pettsey1
on: 30/11/2018 | 06:24

Transvison vamp with Wendy James in Folkestone.. great night 

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by: lazibones
on: 30/11/2018 | 11:42

John Cooper Clarke at what was Bournemouth Poly. In the canteen , the stage was 4 dining tables. Smiley Very Happy

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by: madscouser69
on: 30/11/2018 | 12:33
My first gig was iron maiden in 1988 at Birmingham Nec. I’m still hooked on seeing them live and I have seen them 49 times now Smiley Happy
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by: koshka
on: 30/11/2018 | 14:44

Mine was Mott the Hoople at St Georges hall, Blackburn in 1973. The support was a little known band called Queen

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by: funnymarv
on: 30/11/2018 | 15:10

I've never actually been to a gig , however I would love to attend to one .

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