Shuffle Your Feet
Ain't No Easy Way
In Like a Rose
Six Barrel Shotgun
Weight of the World
Spread Your Love
Heart and Soul
Members at this show:
afii58, asb4354, blanche, Defuniak, Hahahighbabe, JAMosteller, kirkunit, Mel1981, ridingirl, summer_sky, woknroll
Defuniak says0 Votes UP / DOWN
It was all that and then some! I've been hyping BRMC for years now. Best show I've seen in quite a while. They played a mix of the old and the new that flowed seamlessly together.I'd love to give you the playlist but....I suck.I can tell you however that it went on forever and I didn't want it to end. They came back out with 8 songs durring the encore. The guest' I brought left BRMC fans.It was a great show with good company in my favorite club The Beta Bar,how can you beat that.
Posted Tuesday, March 7, 2006 pm31 at 1:20pm
summer_sky says+1 Votes UP / DOWN
a 'Howl'-ing good time...
definitely a rocking show filled with energy and great ambiance.... small club in a university town that was quiet while most of the students away for Spring Break... couldn't have been more than 250-300 people in the place which made for an intimate vibe between band and fans.
after a day off, the band seemed ready to give it up and totally smoked on stage. every song was performed with feeling, but the song which really stood out as the high point for me was 'Whatever Happened To My Rock And Roll' as Peter totally jammed out and put lots of roll into the rock... he was all over the stage and all over his Gibson... and, at one point, i think he even mighta levitated. lol, i think Peter Hayes just might be well on his way to Rock God status :D
the entire evening with B.R.M.C. at Tallahassee's 'The Beta Bar' was one of the absolute best overall and memorable concert experiences i have ever had in the 30+ years that i've been attending live shows... no kidding...
*fade out singing "i fell in love with the sweet sensation, i gave my heart to a simple chord..."*
Posted Tuesday, March 7, 2006 pm31 at 8:20pm
woknroll says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Brilliant...I think thats not the only word that can describe their show, but it was the only one I could think of. I remember everyone was really getting into the music, boobing their head and what not, but i just stood their in awe right against the stage, right below Robert. It was the best experience in my life, it was also my first time checking them out live, and definetly not my last. I am going to compare everyday to that night and i bet it will never live up to the joy it brought me. I even had the pleasure of meeting Peter, which was a real thrill, after i walked out of sight from him behind the tour bus I did a big leap in the air.
Posted Thursday, March 9, 2006 pm31 at 8:07pm