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Rock: A List of 101 Bands I’ve Seen

October 11, 2008
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Kim Deal- The Queen of Cool

Here’s a list of 101 bands/artists I’ve seen. With a little research, I can give you another 101 bands.

10,000 Maniacs
Anne Summers
Aviso’Hara
Baby Phat
Bad Religion
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Blonde Redhead
Bloodhound Gang
Blues Traveller
Bob Mould
Boss Jim Gettys
Built To Spill
Charles Bissell
Ciampi
Circulatory System
CIV
Clap You Hands Say Yeah
Copious Quantities
Deep Blue Something
Del Amitri
Dramarama
Echofission
Elliott Smith
Elvis Costello
Evelyn Forever
Fossil
Frank Black
Frente
Guided By Voices
Hey Tiger
Iggy Pop
Jeffrey Gaines
Joey Santiago and The Martinis
Jonathan Richman
Landspeedrecord!
Last Perfect Thing
Little T and One Track Mike
Love Cinema Volume Six
Love Spit Love
Low
Man Man
Man or Asroman?
Man or Astroman? Gamma Clone Project
Mike Ferraro and the Young Republicans
Moby
Morphine
Mudhoney
Nina Nastasia
NOFX
Particle Zoo
Pete Droge
Phish
Prosolar Mechanics
Quasi
Radiohead
Rusty
Shellac
Sloan
Solution A.D.
Songs: Ohia
Soul Coughing
Souls’ Release
Spiraling
Sponge
Superdrag
The Amps
The Angry Monsters
The Arcade Fire
The Beach Boys with John Stamos on drums
The Beta Band
The Bogmen
The Bomboras
The Breeders
The Flowers
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
The Lemonheads
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
The Monkees
The Mooney Suzuki
The Murmurs
The National
The Pixies
The Reverend Horton Heat
The Sadies
The Shankbone Mystic Project
The Soup Dragons
The Specials
The Tokyo
The Violent Femmes
The Warlocks
The White Stripes
The Wrens
They Might Be Giants
Tobin Sprout
Tonic
Velour 44
Ween
Weird Al Yankovic
Whirling Dervishes
World Party
You Were Spiraling

5 Comments leave one →
  1. October 14, 2008 12:30 am

    You saw the Monkees!?!?

  2. October 14, 2008 12:42 am

    Yeah, dude! Weird Al opened up for them in 1986. My first concert ever. My 9 year old mind was blown.

    It was no Angry Monsters show, but it rocked.

  3. October 14, 2008 12:53 am

    You saw Del Amitri!?!?

    Yes, I could play this game 101 times. But I think I’ll go to bed.

    Jodi Did.

  4. October 14, 2008 1:03 am

    I can’t believe you left my Beach Boys/John Stamos concert alone.

  5. October 14, 2008 5:11 pm

    Heck, no I’d’ve been there in a heartbeat! Stamos is dreamy.

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