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17 Aug 2010, 03:11 by Rockstar_AimzFri 23 Jul – Hillside 2010
See my blog for some bad photography: My Aimz is True
Background and Day 1
The 27th annual Hillside Festival took place July 23-25 at the Guelph Conservation Area, slightly northeast of the city of Guelph in southern Ontario. I like to refer to Hillside as "hippie fest," not just because I didn't shower for three days, but because the vibe at this festival is all peace, love, and harmony. Babies and older timers, hipsters and geeks, singles and families, dancers and shoe gazers: as along as you like music, you are welcome at Hillside. And the music ranges all over the place: electronic, country, classic rock, hip-hop, bluegrass, indie rock, spoken work, folk, afrobeat, gospel, blues, and so on. There is something for everyone at Hillside.
Hillside has a strict environmental mandate. People are encouraged to take a free shuttle bus from downtown Guelph, or to ride their bike and park it securely for free. Drinking water is free if you bring your own container (no plastic bottle litter). …
17 Apr 2010, 01:34 by ediblepeopleAn up-to-date list of all the bands and artists I've had the chance to see in concert. Some of them were seen willingly... some, considerably less so.
Last update: April 2, 2014
The 1975 (x2)
8IO feat. Byron Wong/Dave Hamelin
A Tribe Called Red (x2)
the Abrams Brothers
The Academy Is...
Action Bronson (x2)
Aidan Knight (x4)
Ain't No Love
The Airborne Toxic Event (x2)
Albert Hammond Jr. (x2)
Alex Bien Band
Alex Clare (x2)
Alice Cooper (x2)
Alice in Chains
All Time Low
All Tiny Creatures
Allstar Weekend (x2)
Alright Alright (x2)
Andrew Bird (x2)
5 Jul 2008, 13:48 by apodispubA list of everyone I've seen live:
Acres and Acres
The Airborne Toxic Event
Apostle of Hustle
The Balconies (x2)
Band of Skulls
Black Joe Lewis
The Black Keys (x3)
Blue King Brown
The Brothers Chaffey
Basia Bulat (x3)
The John Butler Trio
The Cat Empire
Jason Collett (x2)
Cuff the Duke
The Dead Weather
Deer Tick (x2)
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Fitz and the Tantrums
The Flaming Lips
The Golden Dogs
Matthew Good (x4)
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals (x2)
Great Big Sea (x3)
9 Aug 2007, 05:26 by THIRTEENSECONDSDaniel Johnston(acquired)
The Dead Milkmen
The Mountain Goats(acquired)
Built to Spill (Besides You in Reverse)(acquired)
Jeff Buckley - Sketches for my Sweetheart the Drunk(acquired)
Guided by Voices
John Spencer Blues Explosion
Gabe Dixon Band
Captian Beefheart and His Magic Band(acquired)
Weezer - Pinkerton(acquired)
The Who - Quadrophenia(acquired)
please feel free to add (or i guess you could subtract if the mood struck you...) to my list
17 Jun 2007, 17:56 by silvermoon821. Megadeth
2. Pink Floyd
3. Iron Maiden
4. And One
8. Mindless Self Indulgence
13. The Prodigy
15. Lacuna Coil
16. Black Label Society
18. Jack Off Jill
19. Led Zeppelin
20. Hanzel und Gretyl
21. Guano Apes
22. Jethro Tull
25. Colin James
And the questions:
What was the first song you ever heard by 6?
Welcome to the Opera
What is your favorite album by 2?
Dark Side of the Moon
What is your favorite song by 7?
The Phantom of the Opera
What is a good memory you have involving 20?
Unwinding with a friend after a rough week of work, listening to HuG
Is there a song by 3 that makes you sad?
No... Maiden is happy music. :p
What is your favorite lyric that 14 has sung?
Forsaken fashion dolls
will follow you forever
What is your favorite song by 19?
Stairway to Heaven
22 Apr 2007, 15:10 by silvermoon82Last.fm-Mainstream-O-Meter result
silvermoon82's top artists:
1 - Megadeth: 24% mainstream2 - Pink Floyd: 77% mainstream3 - Iron Maiden: 39% mainstream4 - KMFDM: 10% mainstream5 - Mindless Self Indulgence: 13% mainstream6 - Nightwish: 31% mainstream7 - And One: 4% mainstream8 - Edguy: 8% mainstream9 - Zeromancer: 3% mainstream10 - Avantasia: 6% mainstream11 - Lordi: 12% mainstream12 - Orgy: 10% mainstream13 - The Prodigy: 49% mainstream14 - Led Zeppelin: 71% mainstream15 - Jack Off Jill: 6% mainstream16 - Kiss: 20% mainstream17 - Slayer: 26% mainstream18 - Rasputina: 6% mainstream19 - Strapping Young Lad: 8% mainstream20 - Black Label Society: 10% mainstream21 - Guano Apes: 18% mainstream22 - System of a Down: 74% mainstream23 - Hanzel und Gretyl: 2% mainstream24 - Colin James: 1% mainstream25 - Garbage: 44% mainstream26 - KoЯn: 47% mainstream27 - Voltaire: 2% mainstream28 - Delerium: 17% mainstream29 - Manowar: 13% mainstream30 - Roger Waters: 3% mainstream
silvermoon82 is 23.77 % mainstream
12 Dec 2006, 12:06 by murdogOn Wednesday December 6th 2006 I saw Colin James and Craig Northey in the Prince George casino show lounge. It is a great venue as it us quite small (seats 250) and has pretty good acoustics.
Fantastic show by Colin and Craig. It was billed as mostly acoustic, which it was. Colin played electric maybe a third of the songs, but usually Craig was accompanying him with an acoustic rhythm guitar. They were very funny with banter back and forth between them. Very well arranged songs. As usual Colin played awesome guitar, and even about 4 songs on the mandolin.
He played a fair number of songs off his newer album Limelight, a couple Van Morrison songs as well even a traditional Irish song on the mandolin.
2 Oct 2006, 14:19 by voxel777I'm writing postcards back to friend in Canada and thought about all the bands I used to listen to there... many of which never made it outside the borders.
First off, I have to apologize for the following musicians Canada has thrust upon the world.
The Guess Who
But I have no apologizes for the following:
The Tea Party
Broken Social Scene
The New Pornographers
Bran Van 3000