Feel It Now
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
Grind My Bones
Heart + Soul
Members at this show:GothKitty333, sheilav,
BulletMcK, Dana, danno, dianemarie, Doubleclick01, Ebbhead, fasteddie, FraggleRocks, gabyotools, girlblue, hoot1343, Hyacinthia, JLukin11, joycej123, jshinar, Karimme, Kristin, melina219, moonfly, mzolezio, nellee, piwaket, renea1030, roadkill, RubyChoosday, sames44, simpsn02, sleastack, spacenox, stryder989, whatthe, Zhombie
dianemarie says0 Votes UP / DOWN
"Gospel song" was goregous and they played the hell out of "Heart and Soul," it was close to ten minutes. They actually played the hell out of everything. It was pretty brilliant. I'm guessing that the L.A. shows will be phenomenal.
Posted Sunday, March 12, 2006 pm31 at 12:01pm
Ebbhead says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Wonderful show. The boys gave it their all the whole night. Peter looked a bit disappointed that the crowd was NOT going apeshit when they were playing Punk Song; but hey, I was jumping up and down - along with this drunk, red-haired guy next to me. My only gripe: The SD House of Blues kinda sucks - didn't like the setup of the venue, the Hollywood and Anaheim HoB's are better). I wish I was going to the LA shows, but I got school in the evenings. Cheers...
Posted Sunday, March 12, 2006 pm31 at 8:11pm
sleastack says0 Votes UP / DOWN
They also played Red Eyes and Tears, the little acoustic set was amazing too, no stage just in the corner of the bar, they are unreal live!Peter was just chilling outside after the show enjoying the cold fresh air. Why do they keep skipping Orange County?
Posted Sunday, March 12, 2006 pm31 at 9:05pm
Kristin says0 Votes UP / DOWN
This was my 7th brmc show, and I have to say that the venue makes all the difference. This was the largest one they have played in San Diego, and it seemed to draw a lot of people off the street who didn't care about the music. I got stuck way in the back and it was hard to get into it because so many people were talking the entire time! It was especially noticable during Peter's acoustic songs, I almost felt bad for him b/c of all the noise. Usually it is silent and everyone is captivated by him. Not this time. Robert played his little heart out, as usual, and most of the set was great, but there were a few songs that were just a little off. Maybe it was the sound, or maybe it was just the buzzkill from all the obnoxious people, but I just didn't enjoy this one as much as the others. I still love them to pieces though. Can't wait for their return someday.
Posted Monday, March 13, 2006 am31 at 9:25am
stryder989 says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Kristin I agree with your review 100%. I was also near the back and thought the crowd was lackluster. Their last 2 San Diego shows at smaller venues, Brick by Brick and Canes, were my favorite ever. HoB is maybe 3 times bigger than Brick by Brick. Based on the crowd reaction I figure a lot of people were there because it was a Saturday night near the Gaslamp. I wonder how big the crowd would have been had the show been on a weeknight. There was so much talking during the opening quieter songs I was glad when they cranked it up because it drowned out the chattering. Also I thought the sound or band was off a bit sometimes. Stop is my BRMC favorite and there was just something missing there. Still a good show I've just enjoyed others better.
Posted Monday, March 13, 2006 am31 at 10:23am