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i got there way early for wilco, on accident. so i missed the rain before. then missed the rain going to the car, but it rained all the way home. so glad the show was indoors.

that was my first wilco show, not the biggest fan, but enjoyed it. i was third row on the far right, so probably didn't run into each other.

Yup, we were on the rail in front of Ken Bethea. I wish we'd picked stage left as Edie never ventured to our side. Great show. Against Me! for certain next week, maybe squeeze in Sublime With Rome/Offspring at TMF, too.

Hi, I just found your comments! We're actually going to Bomb Factory tonight for Old & New. We got tickets before Dia de los Toadies was firmed up. I've never seen Edie Brickell and New Bohemians before, and the wife rarely misses Old 97s Rhett Miller. And yeah, I was wearing a Social D shirt at RR Denton, so it was probably me. I was sick as a dog that night and had to retreat during the show. I'm sure we've crossed paths before; we're usually down on the rail. I'm a XXL guy with curly hair and my wife is a bouncy blonde. Obviously too old for this shit if you've perused my profile. But we still come out!

Wow! impressed with your shear number of shows attended. I'm in Dallas too, but having tough time finding late 90s show information. Did you keep all your ticket stubs? How'd you find all those shows to enter? I've been using Wayback Machine Internet Archive looking through venue concert listings to try and find some I remember, but obviously not all clubs were online in 90s.

Re: Creed

I'm not enough of a Creed fan to know exactly where they were in May of 1998, but this site for one has them in Dallas in April and in Chicago on the date you mention

As for the Bangles show, this website has info from nearby on the night before:

11/08/86: Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX

Setlist: [partial]: I Want You/Manic Monday/Walk Like An Egyptian

Notes: Enthusiastically reviewed in the J-TAC student newspaper, November 13th 1986. The concert was played in front of a crowd of 600 and opened by E*I*E*I*O.

They don't mention your show. Is that your opening band?

Hi! Please post it to the forum. thanks

I don't remember who might have opened up for the Bangles in 86. I did find that these 2 bands opened up for them at points in 86: Ring of Roses and Silent Movies. I haven't heard of either of them, though. I think they might have been on the early 86 European leg. They might not have even come to America.

Happy searching. Sorry I couldn't be of more assistance.


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