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oops i forgot,

'Summer House' was released in 2012, and their second album 'Floating There' was released in 2013

thank you!!

hi pomes I was wondering if you could add the album 'Summer House' to the Concorde band page. I tried to assign songs but the album is missing!




1. Summer House
2. To Know
3. Lie Down
4. Just Kiss Her
5. Like to say
6. Candy Boy
7. Stay High
8. Makes Me Wonder
9. Be Cold
10. Made For Love

thank you for reading and have a good day! :)

Hi, please merge:
second is correct, but not in Aston, in Birmingham
tickets with different venue names but same address:
I think, it's all the same: Aston Villa Sports & Leisure Centre, Aston Villa Centre and Aston Villa Leisure Centre
and move the "town Aston" to Birmingham because it's a part of.
(Elbow Room Aston and Unknown Venue Aston)

Hi there! I'm trying to track down the poster from the Jan. 1994 Duran Duran/James show - at radio city music hall. Do you happen to have one you'd be willing to sell? Thanks! --andrew

Hey man

I got everything confused with the Grass is Greener Festival in Cairns/Mackay, and now there are multiple festivals. Could you perhaps, as an editor, fix my mistakes? Cheers mate.

Yeah sorry about that, for some reason don’t remember seeing the “submit album assignment” form before and thought it was a new system which even roadies had to use now.

Re: the change to the Jeff Beck Toronto setlist.

This doesn't comply with the Rules of the Site.

The song was written by Don Nix, who later recorded his own version. See https://secondhandsongs.com/performance/277557/versions#nav-entity

As per the Rules:

Covered songs

Exception 1
If a songwriter writes a song for another artist or group which they were not a part of, and never records their own version of the song, then the song should be credited to the artist who released it first. If the songwriter does finally release their own version of the song, regardless of how many years have gone by, then the song should be credited back to the songwriter. E.g. "Bright Eyes" was written by Mike Batt and first released by Art Garfunkel in 1979. Mike Batt released his own version in 2009, so the song is credited back to him.

Exception 1 Applies in this case.

Yes, Empire Theatre & Empire Church Theatre are indeed 2 different venues. The former a seated venue with capacity of approx 1500, the latter a small, general admission converted Church suited for smaller and/or heavier shows

Hi! I wonder how to link right YT video for the particular song?


A couple of batch edits as per your comment:

The song "That's Freedom" credited to John Farnham should be changed to cover for Tom Kimmel as original artist.

Aretha Franklin recorded the song prior. Although someone named "Wayne Newton" has recorded an earlier version from what I can find (not listed on MusicBrainz - but findable). Unsure how to correctly identify original. I'd rather you choose the correct option at batch.

The song is listed as being by Human Nature - although it was "John Farnham and Human Nature". The song was first released as a single on John Farnham's 1997 "Anthology 1" album, then later added "Counting Down" by Human Nature in 1999. I'd tend to think John Farnham would be original rather than Human Nature on setlists if I interpret Exception 2 of Covered Songs in guidelines is correct.

I am curious about the edits you have made to the song "Caroline, No". It seems the edits were based upon a request from a single user, who also happens to be a roadie. I have read the links in the forum. However, I see nothing in the Guidelines that says a song must first be released on an album. "Caroline, No" was released as a single and marked Brian Wilson's solo debut. It reached #32 on The Billboard Hot 100 in 1966. I'd be interested in hearing the rationale in changing this to an original Beach Boys tune. Other moderators have previously ruled the opposite.

Greetings - for the 1985 Dire Straits show at the SDSU Open Air Theater, I was there and the opening act was most definitely Camper Van Beethoven. Thanks, Mike

No Magic Saw, not sure about the Boot though. He was using his feet quite heavily for the beat, but I'm not sure if it was a special boot or something :). He also played a bit of Jazz at the very end of his set, because "you young people should listen to more Jazz"

Hehe, That1Guy supported Eels on Monday and was hilarious. The performance as a whole was quite the show - I needed the whole gig to figure out what that magic pipe thing does :-). Gang of Youths were all right, the sound wasn't too bad at the festival I saw them. Solid first band on the first day.

Hello. I wonder if you can help. A friend and I have a disagreement about a gig we had tickets for at the city hall Newcastle upon Tyne in the late 1970s or maybe early 80s. I say Simple Minds. She says the skids. I say early 80s. She says late 70s. Thing is, we got to City Hall and the gig wasn’t on. We later found out the date had changed and we had missed it. In those bygone days you didn’t find out so easily. Maybe. Anyway we are curious. Perhaps you know if simple minds or he skids rearranged a date at city hall Newcastle upon Tyne around this time. Thanks. Catherine.

Thank you for the quick reply and the reference to the forum. I didn't know that there is already a thread about this topic. I think that's the right place for further discussion.


I wonder why you recently credited the song "Shadow of Your Love" to the band "Guns N’ Roses" instead of "Hollywood Rose", despite the fact that the Wikipedia article you are citing yourself says that "The song was first recorded by Hollywood Rose".
(see disambiguation page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shadow_of_Your_Love as well)

And it had not only been recorded by Hollywood Rose. It has been released as a Hollywood Rose song as well in 2004 at the latest, so well before it was (re-) released as a Guns N' Roses song in 2018:

And you are referring to the writers of the song as "members of Guns N' Roses". But at the time the song was written, the band Guns N' Roses did not even exist and Axl Rose and Izzy Stradlin were only just in the process of founding the band Hollywood Rose. In fact Axl Rose recently stated in an interview, that the song was even written before the official existence of Hollywood Rose: