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Just finished watching the live stream of the ZPZ Dallas show......fantastic, even though I was at work with constant interruptions, it was most enjoyable.

Thanks again for the link Daveo' 8)

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The Dallas show:

I've seen ZPZ live 25 times and enjoyed them every time. HOWEVER... After seeing the Apostrophe tour twice, the Roxy tour twice, and now after last night's live stream from Dallas the OSFA show twice, I must say these complete album shows leave me disappointed. I feel like the band is just trying to get through the material. It feels very bland and lifeless, like it's a burden having to stay on script or something. Maybe because they're trying to match the album so closely it takes away the fun and danger that they can normally have when they get to improvise. Beats me. But then once they get through the album material the band comes to life and starts kicking ass. So much more energy, enthusiasm and eyebrows. (Even with that horrible audience. Yeesh - tough room.) Anyone else feel the same?

The Grand Wazoo was awesome, BTW.


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Spoke with the merch guy briefly and he thought there might be some West Coast dates for September (which is conspicuously blank as of now on the tour date listing). Would definitely see this show again if they came to SF!


Yes! They should do Sept. west coast shows. Then they can have the winter off.
House Of Blues Anaheim only has a few nights booked for that month. Maybe a DZ birthday bash.
Thanks for the news dexter!

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The Dallas show:

I've seen ZPZ live 25 times and enjoyed them every time. HOWEVER... After seeing the Apostrophe tour twice, the Roxy tour twice, and now after last night's live stream from Dallas the OSFA show twice, I must say these complete album shows leave me disappointed. I feel like the band is just trying to get through the material. It feels very bland and lifeless, like it's a burden having to stay on script or something. Maybe because they're trying to match the album so closely it takes away the fun and danger that they can normally have when they get to improvise. Beats me. But then once they get through the album material the band comes to life and starts kicking ass. So much more energy, enthusiasm and eyebrows. (Even with that horrible audience. Yeesh - tough room.) Anyone else feel the same?

The Grand Wazoo was awesome, BTW.

I kind of agree about the "in it's entirety" part of the show. At the Vegas show they had a blind young woman named Rachel Flowers come out and play keyboards, sing, and play guitar on a few songs (Inca, Evelyn, and later Montana, if memory serves). She was very good and it was a feel good story and all but it disrupted the flow of the show to get her set up and introduce her and everything. I think it would have been better if they brought her out during the second part of the show. My preference if they are going to continue with the full album shows is to play it all the way through with no interruptions, talking, etc. They can be more spontaneous with the random set.


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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2015 6:25 am 
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KUIII wrote:
GreenHocher wrote:
The Dallas show:

I've seen ZPZ live 25 times and enjoyed them every time. HOWEVER... After seeing the Apostrophe tour twice, the Roxy tour twice, and now after last night's live stream from Dallas the OSFA show twice, I must say these complete album shows leave me disappointed. I feel like the band is just trying to get through the material. It feels very bland and lifeless, like it's a burden having to stay on script or something. Maybe because they're trying to match the album so closely it takes away the fun and danger that they can normally have when they get to improvise. Beats me. But then once they get through the album material the band comes to life and starts kicking ass. So much more energy, enthusiasm and eyebrows. (Even with that horrible audience. Yeesh - tough room.) Anyone else feel the same?

The Grand Wazoo was awesome, BTW.

I kind of agree about the "in it's entirety" part of the show. At the Vegas show they had a blind young woman named Rachel Flowers come out and play keyboards, sing, and play guitar on a few songs (Inca, Evelyn, and later Montana, if memory serves). She was very good and it was a feel good story and all but it disrupted the flow of the show to get her set up and introduce her and everything. I think it would have been better if they brought her out during the second part of the show. My preference if they are going to continue with the full album shows is to play it all the way through with no interruptions, talking, etc. They can be more spontaneous with the random set.


Do yourself a favor and go check out Rachel's music and covers. She is far more amazing than "very good" once you hear her more. Incredible talent - pitch perfect - and can play just about anything. That keyboard solo would have made George Duke smile -and her guitar work is more impressive with her technique. So cool.

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I will, thanks. I hope I didn't come across as bashing Rachel or demeaning her talents. She's very talented for sure. I was just commenting on the flow of the OSFA segment of the show.


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I will, thanks. I hope I didn't come across as bashing Rachel or demeaning her talents. She's very talented for sure. I was just commenting on the flow of the OSFA segment of the show.


Not at all sir. I understand your perspective totally. I was at the Austin show last night and I think they were amazing. Sinister Footwear was off the hook! I do think they were extremely tired though - the signing table after the show had some hangdog faces and body language. BUT - my son was interacting with Ryan (drummer) during the show and he came out after the final song and gave my son his drum head... WAY COOOL. He is a badass drummer. Then the band signed it. Dweezil was almost crying when I talked to him about seeing his old man in Cleveland in '88 and how much they mean to me. Wonderful night all around! The crowd was pretty into the show too - lots of heavy singing all over the place. Ben has become a pretty good front-man after a few tours.

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Awesome Phlak, that is why we love it...very approachable... :idea:


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ZPZ - The Warfield, San Francisco 12/5/2015

I saw a bunch of other shows for the east, midwest and AZ.

C'mon SoCal!

edit- The La Mirada Theater would be a great venue to see the OSFA tour at. Very nice acoustics and seating.

http://www.lamiradatheatre.com/

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Very cool Phlakaton, I'm hoping ZPZ drift way on doooooown my way with OSFA, but at this point I'll take anything I can get.....

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Newly announced Fall Tour Dates:
9/10/15 Ft. Lauderdale Culture Room
9/11/15 St. Petersburg Jannus Landing
9/12/15 Orlando, FL The Plaza Live
9/13/15 Ponte Vedra Beach, FL Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
9/14/15 Durham, NC The Carolina Theatre
9/16/15 State College, PA State Theatre
9/17/15 Providence, RI Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
9/18/15 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony
9/19/15 Hancock, NY Catskill Chill
9/20/15 Atlantic City, NJ Harrah's
9/22/15 Kent, OH Kent Stage
9/23/15 Merrilleville, IN Star Plaza
9/24/15 Waukegan, IL Genesee Theatre
9/25/15 Madison, WI Barrymore Theatre
9/26/15 Iowa City, IA Englert Theatre
9/27/15 Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theatre
9/29/15 Kansas City, MO Crossroads
9/30/15 Omaha, NE Waiting Room
10/1/15 Boulder, CO Boulder Theatre
10/2/15 Albuquerque,NM National Hispanic Cultural Center
10/3/15 Flagstaff, AZ Orpheum
10/4/15 Scottsdale, AZ Talking Stick
12/5/15 San Francisco, CA The Warfield


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Here are the complete dates for 2015 so far...

3/31/15 Buffalo, NY University At Buffalo Center For The Arts
4/1/15 Terrebonne, QC Theatre du Vieux-Terrebonne
4/2/15 Mississauga, ON Living Arts Centre - Hammerson Hall
4/3/15 Detroit, MI Royal Oak Music Theatre
4/4/15 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
4/6/15 Munhall, PA Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall
4/7/15 Albany, NY The Egg
4/8/15 Northampton, MA Calvin Theatre
4/9/15 Portland, ME State Theatre
4/10/15 Ridgefield, CT Ridgefield Playhouse
4/11/15 Glenside, PA Keswick Theatre
4/12/15 Boston, MA Berklee Performance Center
4/14/15 Alexandria, VA Birchmere
4/15/15 Knoxville, TN Bijou Theatre
4/16/15 Birmingham, AL Iron City
4/17/15 Live Oak, FL Wanee Music Festival
4/18/15 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse
4/20/15 St. Louis, MO The Ready Room
4/21/15 Chicago, IL Concord Music Hall
4/23/15 Denver, CO Boettcher Concert Hall
4/24/15 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
4/25/15 Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl Vegas
4/26/15 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre
4/28/15 Oklahoma City, OK ACM @ UCO Performance Lab
4/29/15 Dallas, TX House Of Blues
4/30/15 San Antonio, TX Aztec Theatre
5/1/15 Austin, TX Emo's Austin
5/2/15 New Orleans, LA Tipitina's
5/3/15 Houston, TX House Of Blues
5/5/15 Jackson, MS Duling Hall
5/6/15 Athens, GA Georgia Theatre
5/7/15 Nashville, TN Marathon
5/8/15 Charlotte, NC Neighborhood Theatre
5/9/15 Richmond, VA The National
5/10/15 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live!

5/14/15 Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Teatro Vorterix
5/16/15 Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Teatro Opera
5/17/15 Santiago, CHILE Teatro Nescafe de Las Arts
5/18/15 Santiago, CHILE Teatro Nescafe de Las Arts (Extended Encore)

7/15/15 Jazz à Juan festival in Juan-les-Pins, Côte d'Azur, France

7/18/15 Quebec City, QC Festival d’ete International De Quebec
7/20/15 Halifax, NS Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
7/21/15 Moncton, NB Capitol Theatre
7/23/15 Hampton Beach, NH Hampton Beach Casino
7/24/15 Huntington, NY The Paramount
7/25/15 New York, NY Beacon Theatre
7/26/15 Stroudsburg, PA Sherman Theater
7/28/15 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre
7/29/15 Rochester, NY Water Street Music Hall
7/30/15 Harrisburg, PA Whitaker Center
7/31/15 Rutland, VT Paramount Theatre
8/1/15 Utica, NY Saranac Brewery
8/2/15 Bridgeport, CT Gathering Of The Vibes

9/10/15 Ft. Lauderdale Culture Room
9/11/15 St. Petersburg Jannus Landing
9/12/15 Orlando, FL The Plaza Live
9/13/15 Ponte Vedra Beach, FL Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
9/14/15 Durham, NC The Carolina Theatre
9/16/15 State College, PA State Theatre
9/17/15 Providence, RI Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
9/18/15 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony
9/19/15 Hancock, NY Catskill Chill
9/20/15 Atlantic City, NJ Harrah's
9/22/15 Kent, OH Kent Stage
9/23/15 Merrillville, IN Star Plaza Theatre
9/24/15 Waukegan, IL Genesee Theatre
9/25/15 Madison, WI Barrymore Theatre
9/26/15 Iowa City, IA Englert Theatre
9/27/15 Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theatre
9/29/15 Kansas City, MO Crossroads
9/30/15 Omaha, NE Waiting Room
10/1/15 Boulder, CO Boulder Theatre
10/2/15 Albuquerque,NM National Hispanic Cultural Center
10/3/15 Flagstaff, AZ Orpheum
10/4/15 Scottsdale, AZ Talking Stick

10/18/15 London, UK Royal Festival Hall
10/20/15 Paris, FR Trianon
10/21/15 Antwerp, BE
10/22/15 Hengelo, NL Metropool
10/23/15 Utrecht, NL Tivoli (Pandora)
10/24/15 Amsterdam, NL Melkweg
10/26/15 Copenhagen, DK Amager Bio
10/27/15 Malmo, SE Slagthuset
10/28/15 Aarhus, DK Train
10/29/15 Odense, DK Posten
10/31/15 Uppsala, SE UKK
11/1/15 Gothenburg, SE The Concert House
11/2/15 Oslo, NO Rockerfeller

12/5/15 San Francisco, CA The Warfield Theatre

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Newly announced Fall Tour Dates:
9/10/15 Ft. Lauderdale Culture Room
9/11/15 St. Petersburg Jannus Landing
9/12/15 Orlando, FL The Plaza Live
9/13/15 Ponte Vedra Beach, FL Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
9/14/15 Durham, NC The Carolina Theatre
9/16/15 State College, PA State Theatre
9/17/15 Providence, RI Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
9/18/15 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony
9/19/15 Hancock, NY Catskill Chill
9/20/15 Atlantic City, NJ Harrah's
9/22/15 Kent, OH Kent Stage
9/23/15 Merrilleville, IN Star Plaza
9/24/15 Waukegan, IL Genesee Theatre
9/25/15 Madison, WI Barrymore Theatre
9/26/15 Iowa City, IA Englert Theatre
9/27/15 Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theatre
9/29/15 Kansas City, MO Crossroads
9/30/15 Omaha, NE Waiting Room
10/1/15 Boulder, CO Boulder Theatre
10/2/15 Albuquerque,NM National Hispanic Cultural Center
10/3/15 Flagstaff, AZ Orpheum
10/4/15 Scottsdale, AZ Talking Stick
12/5/15 San Francisco, CA The Warfield


Thanks chumcloud.

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The ZPZ Facebook page posted a few hours ago that more west coast dates will be announced this week. So hopefully, Sacramento and maybe even Chico again.


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Sacramento yes
Chico no


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Sacramento yes
Chico no

That's fine. Hopefully the Crest again. That's a nice venue.


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The west is the best.

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Here they are

11.29 Vancouver/Commodore
11.30 Portland/ Roseland
12.1 Seattle/Neptune
12.2 Missolua/Wilma
12.4 Reno/Cargo @ Whitney Peak
12.5 San Francisco/ Warfield
12.6 Sacramento/The Crest
12.8 Fresno/ Tower Theatre
12.9 Agoura Hills/ Canyon Club
12.10 Solana Beach/Belly Up
12.11 Los Angeles/ Saban Theatre
12.12 San Juan Capistrano/The Coach House


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Here they are

11.29 Vancouver/Commodore
11.30 Portland/ Roseland
12.1 Seattle/Neptune
12.2 Missolua/Wilma
12.4 Reno/Cargo @ Whitney Peak
12.5 San Francisco/ Warfield
12.6 Sacramento/The Crest
12.8 Fresno/ Tower Theatre
12.9 Agoura Hills/ Canyon Club
12.10 Solana Beach/Belly Up
12.11 Los Angeles/ Saban Theatre
12.12 San Juan Capistrano/The Coach House

Fuckin' Coach House. Woooohooo! :D

The Saban Theatre will be cool. never been there. It's in Beverly Hills.

Thanx chumcloud!

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Here they are

11.29 Vancouver/Commodore
11.30 Portland/ Roseland
12.1 Seattle/Neptune
12.2 Missolua/Wilma
12.4 Reno/Cargo @ Whitney Peak
12.5 San Francisco/ Warfield
12.6 Sacramento/The Crest
12.8 Fresno/ Tower Theatre
12.9 Agoura Hills/ Canyon Club
12.10 Solana Beach/Belly Up
12.11 Los Angeles/ Saban Theatre
12.12 San Juan Capistrano/The Coach House


Thank you!

I'm also very happy for Missoula, Montana fans! :D

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DB, isn't the Commodore a downstairs, old ballroom kinda place below a hotel in BC? One of those red velvet rope type night clubs?

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KAPT.KIIIRK wrote:
DB, isn't the Commodore a downstairs, old ballroom kinda place below a hotel in BC? One of those red velvet rope type night clubs?


No. It's an upstairs ballroom on Granville St. (between Smithe St. and Robson St.) And it's been there for 86 years.

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In fact, the old owner Drew Burns, died recently...


http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-c ... -1.2781882


Drew Burns, former owner of Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom, dies


Burns ran the club from 1969 to 1996 and brought in big acts including U2, Coldplay and The Police

Posted: Sep 29, 2014 5:55 PM PT Last Updated: Sep 29, 2014 6:02 PM PT


Legendary Vancouver showman Drew Burns, who brought international acts including U2, Coldplay and The Police to the Commodore Ballroom, has died.

Burns, who passed away Saturday, was the owner of the Granville Street nightclub from 1969 until 1996.

Author Aaron Chapman, who is writing a book about the history of the Commodore Ballroom said in a Facebook post that Burns was an original.

"Burns did more than any single club owner in the history of Vancouver to alter the landscape of the music and nightclub scene. He played a tremendous role in the culture of Vancouver itself and looked like he had a lot of fun doing it."

Chapman said Burns had a "hell of a life, and one well lived."

Burns ran the Commodore for 28 years and brought in many bands to Vancouver for the first time including the Clash and U2.

Current general manager Gordon Knights said Monday that Burns was charming and sharp.

"I knew that he wasn't well, but he's quite a private man and didn't let on about his health," said Knights. Burns's age and the cause of his death has not yet been released.

"The business just wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for Drew and his leadership and his showmanship and his ability to make deals and connect players at the right time."

Knights said Burns had his ear to the ground when it came to musical acts and was willing to take risks that other promoters would not.

Burns made an impact outside of the music industry, as well. Knights said Burns was a great mentor and believer in giving back to the community, helping various charities through the years.

"It's hard to imagine him not around."



My Mother actually knew him casually back in the '70s through her good friend who worked for his lawyer's firm.

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Thanks DB, Joanie used to work there too. Just for a few months though. The other place was near there too. Not the Cave either. That was back in the late '70's. She introduced me to a whole lotta the folks that ran the businesses downtown during that time. I've been in that place and remember it. I think it was Ruby Star I saw there, not sure. Back then she was like Janis wannabe in the way she sang, dressed and partied onstage. Not bad sound as I remember either.
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KAPT.KIIIRK wrote:
Thanks DB, Joanie used to work there too. Just for a few months though. The other place was near there too. Not the Cave either. That was back in the late '70's. She introduced me to a whole lotta the folks that ran the businesses downtown during that time. I've been in that place and remember it. I think it was Ruby Star I saw there, not sure. Back then she was like Janis wannabe in the way she sang, dressed and partied onstage. Not bad sound as I remember either.
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No problem.

I remember you telling me about her a few years back (and I think the Commodore too).

Oh...and I just bought my ticket this evening through the presale for the Vancouver show! 8)

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