Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by anonsequitur, Jan 19, 2020.
ALL the bars in Austin count! Just stick that in your TX column!
So 7 states and 1 Canadian providence
Two in Seattle Washington early 80’s:
Elton John - Seattle Centre (now Key Arena)
The Who/The Clash/T-Bone Burnett - Kingdome (the most atrocious sound I’ve ever heard)
All other shows were here in BC
Only in two states. Sober and drunk. Otherwise,
Also DC and the UK.
So 23 actual states. 3 more and I'm over 50%!
I forgot Pennsylvania and West Virginia. D’oh!
Well over 100 shows also, but in only four states:
Pennsylvania: my home state, the vast majority.
Plus two in Prague, Czech Republic
OR, WA, CA, NV, TX, MA, RI, NY and add Ireland & Spain.
Just Phish, 17 states
CO - 28 (21%)
NY - 22 (16%)
IN - 16 (12%)
IL - 12 (9%)
NV - 7 (5%)
CA - 7 (5%)
WI - 7 (5%)
VA - 6 (4%)
MO - 6 (4%)
MD - 6 (4%)
KS - 4 (3%)
NJ - 3 (2%)
GA - 2 (1%)
TN - 2 (1%)
FL - 2 (1%)
PA - 2 (1%)
OK - 1 (1%)
I’ve also seen bands in AR, DC, LA, MT and TX
Also Mexico and Dominican Republic
and, going international, France.
Thanks for adding those percentages. Adds a whole new level of understanding. You're the Stephen Hawking of Concert stats.
Ha! There’s a website that generates a bunch of crazy stats when you enter what phish shows you’ve seen where I copied that from
Every time you’ve seen a song
What songs open 1st set/2nd/3rd
What songs close 1st set/2nd/3rd
What songs have you seen at least 50% of the times they’ve played
What commonly played songs haven’t you seen that you reasonably should have and the odds of not seeing it X number of shows
It goes on and on, it’s great for us dorks
23 (24 counting Washington DC) come to mind. Probably forgetting a few.
TX, OK, LA, CA, NY, NJ, NH, CT, FL, GA, SC, WY, VT, Maine, NV, MI, VA, D.C., MA, WI, MN, ILL, TN
And how many times Trey Anastasio expels a snot rocket?
But I did see Roger Waters do 'The Wall' at the Berlin Wall...
Forgot MI, 23
but I live in another hemisphere...
also: Brazil (2 states), Argentina, England, Australia, and New Zealand.
Separate names with a comma.