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Old 03.08.2018, 08:23 PM   #21
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Old 03.08.2018, 10:46 PM   #22
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It was nothing special. A bar, a small floor, a small stage. 100 person capacity? But it was punk as fuck.

Once I went into bathroom. Dude was puking. When he was done, I asked if he was alright. He gave me a thumbs up, then walked to stage. It was the singer of the next band.

For some insane reason, Beck played there for free right after Odelay. It was a madhouse. Surprised no one died.



Yeah, it was a dive, but there were bands I wanted to see booked there--just never got to see any of them.

Your last paragraph reminded me of an amusing anecdote. Years ago I went to Columbus for the weekend. One of my relatives and her boyfriend mistakenly thought I was going to Bernie's to see Them Wranch, so they went there thinking we'd meet up. It was so hot, crowded and chatoic they were afraid they would die, especially if a fire broke out. So as soon as they figured out I wasn't coming, they bolted. If it was that way for Them Wranch, I can't imagine what it was like for Beck.
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Old 03.09.2018, 01:18 AM   #23
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impossible for me to name them all. so many + my memory is fucked. when i think of it now, my fav. club/venue of all time would be prehaps Whelans in Dublin, not because of its acoustics, but because of so many acts I have seen there and so much of a good time there.
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Old 03.09.2018, 01:03 PM   #24
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they have touring shows upstairs and local shows downstairs. The place was sold and refitted a few years back, better PA. This was the first place REM performed at when they came to HOuston in 1983 I think...

Ya, exactly. I remember being intrigued that it was a multi-floor duo venue place, in what did not seem to be that big of a building (based on images I was checking out). Thinking on it more now, I am really regretting not hitting it up while I was down there. Always nice to see shows in places with a nice history to them too...
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Old 05.05.2018, 09:43 PM   #25
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Two more added to my initial post:

Ludlow Garage, Cincinnati, Ohio
Black Plastic Records, Cincinnati, Ohio

As of 4/1/2018, Live At The Ludlow Garage has new ownership which dropped "Live At" from the name. Although it's in the same location, the ticket vendor has changed, and there likely will be other changes as well. Therefore, I'm listing it as a new venue because it essentially is.

As for Black Plastic Records, this past Tuesday they hosted a free in store (ended up on the sidewalk outside the store due to nice weather) gig by K Records head honcho Calvin Johnson, doing his Selector Dub Narcotic hip hop thing. I'm not a fan of the genre but Calvin was funny and entertaining. He seemed to be making fan of rap's violence and macho posturing. My favorite part was a monologue where he called professional football "the biggest bunch of bullshit" for how they treated Colin Kaepernick. Entertaining gig but I'd like to see Calvin do some non-rap music next time.
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