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I saw an August 13 show created by you two days ago, I wrote in your profile four days ago. Anyway if you stopped then there is no worries.
I will ask you once again, please DO NOT post Neil Giraldo shows. He is not touring solo, all of his shows are with Pat Benatar. Failure to comply with this will lead to all of your edits being automatically reverted.
Please don't post Neil Giraldo shows if he is not playing separately from Pat Benatar. Thanks!
Ok try those Troubadour Reunion Tour shows again. You should be all set.
That's what the guidelines say about tours. " Season, year and/ or geographic area". Changing " North American Tour 2002" to "2002 tour" is a complete waste off time and counterproductive for everyone. You can find the rest of the guidelines here: http://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#glTours
Adding a tour name is optional for any setlist. Before naming a tour, you should have a look if there's an existing tour in the period of the setlist you want to edit. There are basically three different types of tour names.A specific tour name. e.g. The Rolling Stones "50 and Counting Tour". You can typically find tour names on the ticket stub, tour T-shirt, tour program, or the artist's website.The name of the album that the artist is touring in support of. E.g. Frank Turner "Tape Deck Heart"Season, year and/or geographic area. Frequently used for older bands who go years between new albums. E.g. European Summer Tour 1997.It doesn't really matter if you add "Tour" to the tour name (except if the official tour name has it included). Just be sure to stick to one version and also try to avoid too long tour names.It's also very important to know what SHOULD NOT be used as a tour name:The name of another band. E.g. "Supporting...", "Opening for...", "Support to...", etc. All bands that played on a given night are already listed on the page under "Related Concert Setlists".Festivals. E.g. "Bonnaroo 2004", "Glastonbury 2010", etc. Festivals are one-time events and shouldn't be listed as a tour.Other one-time events. E.g. "In-Store Acoustic Gig", "Comic Con 2008", etc.. These would be better as @Info at the bottom of the setlist.For touring festivals be sure to follow these guidelines:If the dates of the touring festival are the only tour dates of the artist, it's safe to use the touring festival name as tour name. E.g. Ozzfest 2010If the dates of touring festival are just a part of the artist's larger tour, then use the larger tour name and not the name of the touring festival.If there are some off-dates that obviously wouldn't have taken place without the touring festival, then label them as "Off-Date". E.g.Ozzfest 2010 (Off-Date)
Ok, in that case I am going to have to merge the Neil Giraldo shows with those of Pat Benatar since there is no sense in having duplicate setlists.
Is Neil Giraldo doing solo shows?
Maybe they played 2 or 3 nights
Hey Derek, my ticket stub from the Police LASA concert says Jan 13 1981, not Jan 15, 1981. No big deal, but fyi. Peace, Keith
http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/pink-floyd/1994/earls-court-london-england-4bd767a6.html#sfmses43e413bf changing ANY Pink Floyd setlist, give a source as I'm very careful about them.
why put god save the queen without @tape tag, Queen never played live god save the queen
The Who's Celtic Park show was actually titled 'Who Put The Boot In'
Derek1999 saw 20 different artists.
More statistics over here!