Post by ANPrentice on Jul 15, 2007 19:03:55 GMT -5
my wife and i have made a list and these all have to be at bonnaroo or we will not go again. it was a rough weekend.
pearl jam dave matthews band santana in the superjam with les claypool and carter beauford neil young with pearl jam bjork incubus allman brothers derek trucks govt. mule cream or eric clapton zz top ccr or john fogerty queens of the stone age muse portishead mute math 311 primus alison krauss nickel creek mars volta dredg
more acts to be named later
FINALLY SOMEONE HAS MENTIONED INCUBUS. Their new stuff may be to mainstream at times but they have put out some good stuff and they are badass jammers. I also love 311...added to this
LCD Soundsystem Roisin Murphy John Butler Trio Galactic Hot Chip Ben Harper Jack Johnson Sir Paul The Marley Kids Dresden Dolls DJ Shadow Eric Clapton Spoon cause I didn't get to see them this year The Mac G. Love The Dead Janis Joplin...I know I'm REALLY getting my hopes up on that one, but a girl can wish right??? Mars Volta Rush The Shins Steve Miller Band
Mars Volta TV On The Radio Explosions in the sky MMJ David Bowie (as headliner) or Prince (as headliner) Pearl Jam (I've got a very good feeling on this one) Dungen (new album is amazing.) Yes (maybe?) The Who (it is 40th anniversary of a certain festival next year) Neil Young (see above) or any of Crosby, Stills, Or Nash.
I reunited Afghan Whigs!!! They just put out a retrospective disc, but have denied any upcoming shows. Did see John Curley (the bassist) play with the Violent Femmes last week in Cincinnati though. That's probably as close as I will get to seeing my beloved Whigs again :-(
John: We don't even understand our own music Spider: It doesn't, does it matter whether we understand it? At least it'll give us . . . strength John: I know but maybe we could get into it more if we understood it
Rush Mahavishnu Orchestra Allman Brothers Band The Who Pink Floyd Ornette Coleman(he needs to come back) The Mars Volta STS9 Phil Lesh and Friends Bob Weir and Ratdog North Mississippi All-Stars Buddy Guy Herbie Hancock Traffic
Post by oysterheadhead on Jul 24, 2007 20:37:07 GMT -5
i havent seen most of the posts so i don't know who hasn't been brought up yet. but here is my list of bands who would be good for 2008:
Les Claypool Mars Volta robert randolph Roger Waters (since PF won't reunite) Zep reunion (yeah, right) Clapton the cure RUSH ZZ top deep purple living colour Prince (in my dreams) BB king southern culture on the skids allman brothers band derek trucks band zappa plays zappa blues traveler bootsy collins buckethead rodrigo y gabriella the stooges inerpol ozomatli public enemy the rapture portishead sigur ros
and... who is the next big band to play bonnaroo that hasn't yet..... REM?
carbon leaf... bring the richmond,va boys home to tennessee! (www.carbonleaf.com) soldiers of jah army (http://www.myspace.com/soja) The Hush Sound (http://www.myspace.com/thehushsound) Paul Oakenfold Tim Reynolds late night set! :-)
in the Comedy Tent: Josh Blue Lisa Lampenelli Brian Regan
Post by Mrs. Featherbottom on Jul 25, 2007 5:40:57 GMT -5
How about ANY band making great things happen at the moment....
Bonnaroo has been signing stale acts in key scheduele spots for a couple of years now. It doesn't seen to be a problem to sign more current acts for Vegoose, and that's not to say that EVERY Bonnaroo act has been stale. Many of the undercard artists have been phenomenal. But "certain" bands/or types of bands seem to be perennial choices for Bonnaroo. Artist choices that aren't on the cutting edge lend to Bonnaroo as more of an annual, lumbering novelty show(i.e. Lolla in the late 90's or Woodstock 99-00) as opposed to a special "What are they gonna do next?" event....
Post by lordrockinhood on Jul 26, 2007 5:06:14 GMT -5
I put this on another thread, but late night thingy Cheese (which for some reason got edited there and I guess will get edited here... to Thingy Cheese? Someone's fairly common name is obscene, yet there's apparently no problem with a word like cocksucker--- go figure? ::)) So anyway... Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine would in my opinion, be an awesome late night good time, and would be a great alternative to the usual late night trippy hippy jammy psychadelic type selections (all of which I love) Definitely check him out should he make a rare appearance in a city near you... Cheesy goodness at it's greatest!