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Rob Barteletti’s Shakers' Session - 7th Annual Shakers’ Ball – Portland, Oregon, March 2012
Review by Larry Toering

The Shakers Ball is a benefit for Parkinson's disease with donations going to the Brian Grant Foundation.


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Jeff Beck - Live in Adelaide, South Australia, January, 2009
Review by Bruce Stringer
With simmering weather conditions, the small horde of Jeff Beck fans gradually filled the Thebarton Theatre for the second of Beck’s shows for this tour, which was the first in Australia since January 1977.
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Black 47 - Live in Rockford, IL, 2003
Review by Gary Hill
There are those who say that no one parties like the Irish. Having seen Black 47 live twice now, I must say that they bring some support to this argument.
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Black 47 - Live In Chicago, 2002
Review by Gary Hill
Black 47 are without a doubt one of the coolest Celtically oriented rock bands on the face of the planet. The elements that make them so are a great sense of humor and irony, influences that reach far from the areas of Celtic music and a wonderful sense of fun.
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Black Star Riders - Live in St Charles, Illinois, May 2014
Review by Greg Olma

A few years ago, Scott Gorham, Brian Downey, and Darren Wharton were joined by a few other players and toured as Thin Lizzy.  


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Black Star Riders - Live in Saint Charles, Illinois, April 2015
Review by Greg Olma

I have been a Thin Lizzy fan since the late 70s and unfortunately, I was too young to ever catch the original version live.


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Black Star Riders - Live in Sugar Land, Texas April 2018
Review by Greg Olma

This has been the third time I have seen Black Star Riders over the years, and each time I see them, they seem to get better. 


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Blondie - Live in Ridgefield, Washington, September 2012
Review by Larry Toering

First of all, what can be said about Blondie and Deborah Harry that hasn't already been said?


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Blue Öyster Cult - Live in Costa Mesa, California, August, 2007
Review by Rick Damigella
Celebrating 35 years as the original “thinking man’s metal band” Blue Oyster Cult has been touring the majority of 2007 with various members of their 1970’s classic rock peers.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Live in Anaheim, CA, March, 2007
Review by Michael Bader
Gone are Eric Blooms’ tight fitting leathers, curly hair and neatly groomed beard/goatee. Gone are Buck Darhmas’ white suit, black mustache and long black hair.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Live In Beloit, WI, 2002
Review by Gary Hill
If you hear Godzilla, but he is nowhere to be seen, what does that mean? The last time I checked it meant that Blue Oyster Cult was in town.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Live in Rockford, IL, September 6th, 1998
Review by Gary Hill
Although not actually progressive rock, BOC have always presented progressive influences into their particular brand of metal/hard-rock.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Live In Rockford, IL, August 2008
Review by Gary Hill
Many more pics from this show are available in our members area
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Buckcherry - Live in Chicago, IL, November, 2009
Review by Travis Jensen
Every time I go to a live show (and I’ve been to a lot of them) I always try to find what it is I like about the band.
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Lindsey Buckingham - Live in Portland, Oregon, May 2012
Review by Larry Toering
One thing that was unexpected in getting out to see Lindsey Buckingham wasn't a sell out crowd.

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