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Old 11-21-2005, 10:15 PM   #21
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wow someone up north heard of shinedown!!! they are really getting big! I have met them twice here in central Florida where they started out.. awesome group of guys.

<----Jealous. Big time.


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Old 11-21-2005, 10:28 PM   #22
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<----Jealous. Big time.
LOL.. they really are awesome..and so appreciative of their fans its unbeleivable. One of the band members actually started crying when he signed my poster and t-shirt. If you go to one of their concerts and hang out afterwards or get their early they usually come out and mingle with the crowd.. or maybe thats just orlando cuz its their hometown? LOL.
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I saw a Shinedown concert up here in the summer of 2003. They were with Seether, 3 Doors Down, and Our Lady Peace. Shinedown was just starting to get played on our radio station back then and I liked them. 3DD was pretty awesome too. I like OLP a lot but I didn't think they were that great as a live band. I love their new song, "Where Are You".

I saw a Fuel concert - just a little one at the Best Buy store. They were superb live!

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Linkin Park
Bif Naked
Judas Priest

and so on and so on LOL.
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Old 11-21-2005, 11:17 PM   #25
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Pearl Jam would be my all time fave.
Eddie Vedder is the only man alive who can sing like he just got out of bed and still sound great.
Although i'm an allrounder type and get into things like:

Golden oldies like,
Simon and Garfunkle,
Rolling Stones,
Neil young..

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Pink Floyd is an old favourite, but only when I'm in the mood.

Usually listening to Blues or Jazz, maybe a bit of Reggae. Bit of modern stuff to keep the kids entertained doesn't go amiss I find.
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How about the canadian rock ICONS: The Tragically Hip. My all time fav for sure....
Fav singer would now have to be Jack Johnson, cool style and great riffs.
Most of you south of the border don't even know who the hip are. Well about 18 years and lots of cds later they always sell out big arenas and have a HUGE following here!!!! Gord Downie is the man!!!
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