Justin Timberlake???????Tranplanner said:
I think, Tranplanner you can correct me if I am wrong, that the Stones have had a long history in TO. They use it as a base and practice venue for their North American tours. The last couple of times they have had a concert at a fairly small venue in the city with the date and location only anounced a couple days before the concert.Greenescapist said:I'm puzzled why the Flaming Lips are in the line-up. What a motley crew.
The better concert was the one held last weekend - Avril Lavinge, Diana Krall, Tragically Hip, Sarah McLaughlin, Our Lady Peace, Bare Naked Ladies, and a bunch more.donk said:What alanah miles was not available? You know it is going to be a hot concert when sass jordan is on the bill. They could have found so many more can con artists to pad the bill.
Oh, yes, the Stones were a great band. I would've loved to have seen them in '72 though.Michael Stumpf said:Yes, the Rolling Stones should give it up, but let's at least admit that they were a great band. But come on now, the Guess Who?
I think he is someone you either love or hate. I've seen him before and enjoyed it, so I'm not worried.donk said:Greenescapist posted:
Neil Young has to have been the worst concert I have ever seen.
I saw him at Canada's Wnderland playing acoustic and solo. it was rotten.
Hope your experience is better.