Grind My Bones
Shuffle Your Feet
Ain't No Easy Way
Six Barrel Shotgun
In Like the Rose
Weight of the World
Red Eyes and Tears
Spread Your Love
Heart + Soul
Members at this show:
Brace, burstbucker, cheeto, dannyb, echo725, erinmoon, imajynx, JesseGear, joe81, Loves-Sweet-Exile, mattg0688, nocturnes, RodeoJones, rys, slm98h, sonofsam84, stray, strong_strange, twiggy242
RodeoJones says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Everytime I see BRMC they get better and better.
The show was amazing, and it was good to hear some of the old stuff again.
After the show I met Robert and Peter. They were really nice and signed my setlist. No sign of Nick.
Then, we went to 7-11 to grab some drink and Nick showed up. Some kids had followed him there though and I was afraid he wouldn't want to talk anymore. But, as he came out he signed my setlist.
Amazing show guys.
Posted Thursday, March 9, 2006 am31 at 10:15am
slm98h says0 Votes UP / DOWN
I've been listening to BRMC since the first album, but last night at the Granada was my first time to see them live, and it certainly won't be my last!
The opening band (The Morning After Girls) was pretty good, but they can't hold a candle to BRMC. They had a good sound (BRMC sound-alikes), but not a lot of songs that you could see being singles. In fact, I only heard one. And I couldn't even tell you the name of it. But they had a cool sound.
BRMC showed again why they are headliners, and helped reiterate how the truly amazing rock bands have been ignored for too long by the brain-dead MTV music listener. We got there when the doors opened and were dead center and about 10 feet away! It was so cool! They were a well-oiled machine! From guitar changes, to multiple instruments (they even had a trombone!), to harmonizing, to strobe lights, it was so cool! I've always been a huge Oasis fan (that's how I found BRMC), but I've got to honestly say that they have more talent, a cooler sound, and put on a better concert than Oasis. And don't listen to any negative remarks, because those are from nit-picking haters who don't have the slightest clue about music, playing an instrument, singing, or any of that. Last night was great. Thanks for the good time.
Posted Thursday, March 9, 2006 pm31 at 1:02pm