yeepsi's setlist.fm

yeepsi's user profile image

About

yeepsi is a Roadie and takes care of your favourite artists and venues!

Activity

Member since May 29, 2013
Last seen April 7, 2021
Edits so far 36209
Edits last month 15

Comments

Please sign in to comment.
You can also connect with Facebook or Twitter.

Hi, I noticed you made an edit to an Imagine Dragons concert from Nov 6, 2015 by adding Destination to the beginning of a medley. Do you have any footage of this being performed? It's a pretty rare song to be performed in any form after 2012.

Thanks. Also, I believe that Intro: This is a Call to Arms and A Call to Arms are the same song. I’ve been using the former rather than the latter.

And I guess on Catch 22’s end, any Supernothing that shows up there should be listed as a Gimp cover too

Great re Here’s to Life. I’d add a comment for the handful of Streetlight shows with full orchestra over the last few years that the chorus version they sang was the BOTAR version and not the Streetlight version. I can do that myself if you want.

Cool. In my opinion, all the Keasbey Nights songs should be considered Catch 22 covers, Here’s to Life should be considered a Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution cover, and A Better Place, a Better Time should be entered consistently.

When you’re done cleaning up Reel Big Fish setlists, can you do Streetlight Manifesto setlists next? :)

I added that date from either looking at their bandsintown profile or a tour poster from 2010.

Lower Than Atlantis did not play the Owl Sanctuary in Norwich in 2010 as the venue only opened in 2014.

Wow, thank you!

Hello,

I've just promoted you to a new user class called Roadies, isn't that good news? :-)

This will give you access to additional features, like manual album assignments. And we're planning to add more features for Roadies in the future.

Please read the help page here:
http://www.setlist.fm/roadies/help

If you have any questions, drop us a line in the Roadie forum:
http://www.setlist.fm/forum/setlistfm/roadie-forum

Thanks and keep up the great work!