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    Quote Originally Posted by AndThen?
    Whoaaa. So many Australians in one list. It's amazing.

    I remember the first time Delta graced Austrlalian screens on Neighbours.

    As for Guy, I was voting for him to win the first Australian Idol. He's from my suburb. I've seen him in concert a couple of times.


    I've been to a few concerts, no big names though. Stuff like Jet, Eskimo Joe, Youth Group...
    Nice. So jealous you've seen Guy. He's tied with John Legend for my favorite male artist. Absolutely flawless voice.

    Delta is just...a breath of fresh air. She's beautiful, an incredible singer, a musician, a songwriter, an actress and a dancer. There aren't many as universally gifted as she is. I love her music SOOOOO much, especially the Born to Try and Mistaken Identity albums.

    Now that I think about it, I'd kill to see Young Divas too...but with Ricki-Lee/Paulini/Emily/Kate. Ricki-Lee was replaced now D:

    Gotta love Australian pop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewi T
    Judging by peoples music-related comments on this site, I doubt I'll get much support (there are some) on who I've saw:

    -Snoop Dogg (he was pretty good...don't know if I'd go again, wouldn't mind but he wouldn't be top of my list)
    When I listen to this type of music, it's mainly more Ol' School Hip Hop like Snoop, Dre, LL, Missy E. Some occasional "harder" stuff like DMX, Wu Tang.

    Me and a buddy of mine saw Public Enemy back when - we had been working the door for this local venue, they were coming, we could get free tickets so we said what the hell.

    We wound up being like 2 of maybe 3 or 4 white people in a crowd of about 350. Didn't bother us any, we were there to have fun, get rough, whatever. Wound up having a +killer+ time - we were throwing down with everyone around us, it was a cool moment where color didn't factor in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [DT]

    We wound up being like 2 of maybe 3 or 4 white people in a crowd of about 350.
    Ahh yes, this reminds me of the Dixie Chicks concert. I was the only "ethnic" person there It was so weird, the ACC was FULL of white people, and here in Toronto, you hardly see them in the midst of all the multiculturalism They all came out for that concert I guess, hahah =P

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    Meh I've hardly seen anyone.

    I've seen Tenacious D up in the MEN arena, which was a fun experience, took Jay up there on the train as a X-Mas present and suprised him by bringing his two best mates along.

    Also seen Goldie Lookin Chain, The Automatic and a couple of others. None of my friends had the same tastes as me in music so I never got to go.. hoping to go to plenty of festivals this year though. On my to see list would be:

    #1 RHCP
    #2 Foo Fighters
    #3 Elton John, he's playing in a Stadium in my nearest city and I really want to go

    Loads of others, I could go on for hours. Oh and I have met Funeral For A Friend a few times, not at a concert though. They come from my home town and one of them used to work at this music shop in town which his Uncle owned. My best friend is a cousin to that guy so we hang with them a few times upstairs in that shop. I could have gone to see them for free a few times too, and hang with them afterwards, silly me didn't accept though =/

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    You spoke about festivals without mentioning The Killers? Unheard of!
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    Quote Originally Posted by surfinrach90
    #1 RHCP
    #2 Foo Fighters
    #3 Elton John, he's playing in a Stadium in my nearest city and I really want to go
    The Chili Peppers put on an amazing live show - make every effort to see 'em live if you can (especially with Frusciante). I've seen Elton John twice - once in a regular production and once in his sort of "unplugged" tour, more minimal, piano only, very cool.

    I haven't seen Foo, though the wife saw Nirvana *twice* (might even be three times) and actually hung out at a crash pad where Kurt and the boys were, pre popular blow up!
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    First show: Saves the Day,Jimmy Eat World, Blink 182.
    Last show: I don't remember...maybe death cab for cutie. i dunno.
    Best show: Angels and Airwaves with taking back sunday. Tom cant sing for crap but the feeling was near-religious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samXcor3
    First show: Saves the Day,Jimmy Eat World, Blink 182.
    Last show: I don't remember...maybe death cab for cutie. i dunno.
    Best show: Angels and Airwaves with taking back sunday. Tom cant sing for crap but the feeling was near-religious.
    My brother went to see Foo Fighters with Motorhead and Angels & Airwaves supporting.

    Angels and Airwaves were bottled and booed off during their first song because they sucked

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