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Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby Gaetzi » Fri Oct 05, 2018 11:00 am

Figured I should start up a proper discussion- Truckers back in Boulder tonight! I think the last show they played at the Boulder Theater was for the 2015 Dirt Underneith tour and prior to that April of 2013. It doesn't seem like that long ago but those were the first shows I saw post Neff.

Anyway, here's to a raucous Friday night in Boulder!
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby walthers » Fri Oct 05, 2018 12:37 pm

Yes sir, I believe you are correct about those dates. I’m in and stoked, haven’t been to a proper rock show in awhile. Can’t wait!
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby Mundane Mayhem » Fri Oct 05, 2018 12:42 pm

In for all three this weekend! Love the poster.

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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby Gaetzi » Fri Oct 05, 2018 4:15 pm

I'm debating about heading up to Ft Collins Sunday for the show. I don't know that town very well and the venue looks pretty cool.
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby uncle rickey » Sat Oct 06, 2018 3:16 am

Women Without Whiskey
Puttin’ People on the Moon
72 (This Highway’s Mean)
Days of Graduation—>
Ronnie and Neil
Surrender Under Protest
Sinkhole
Made Up English Oceans
Thoughts and Prayers
Ramon Casiano
Darkened Flags on the Cusp of Dawn
Gravity’s Gone
The Company I Keep
Slow Ride Argument
Babies in Cages
Shit Shots Count
I’m Eighteen
Zip City
Dead, Drunk and Naked—>
Guitar Man Upstairs
Lookout Mountain
Filthy and Fried
The Righteous Path
Kinky Hypocrite
The KKK Took My Baby Away
Used to Be a Cop
Uncle Frank
What It Means
Marry Me
Hell No, I Ain’t Happy
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby gepman » Sat Oct 06, 2018 7:53 am

Looks like a fun show, has to be the longest show the year...
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby Flea » Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:45 am

Great to see Used To Be A Cop getting some air.
Now it's dark.
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby walthers » Sat Oct 06, 2018 12:18 pm

Great show, solid two and a half hours non stop. I thought the the setlist was great, good amount of new and old. Thought it was odd though, right at about 11:30 many people cleared out, made more room for us but was just a little surprised that people didn't stay until the end.
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby brett27295 » Sat Oct 06, 2018 1:09 pm

uncle rickey wrote:Women Without Whiskey
Puttin’ People on the Moon
72 (This Highway’s Mean)
Days of Graduation—>
Ronnie and Neil
Surrender Under Protest
Sinkhole
Made Up English Oceans
Thoughts and Prayers
Ramon Casiano
Darkened Flags on the Cusp of Dawn
Gravity’s Gone
The Company I Keep
Slow Ride Argument
Babies in Cages
Shit Shots Count
I’m Eighteen
Zip City
Dead, Drunk and Naked—>
Guitar Man Upstairs
Lookout Mountain
Filthy and Fried
The Righteous Path
Kinky Hypocrite
The KKK Took My Baby Away
Used to Be a Cop
Uncle Frank
What It Means
Marry Me
Hell No, I Ain’t Happy


That's a proper goddamn rock show.
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby Gaetzi » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:35 am

walthers wrote:Great show, solid two and a half hours non stop. I thought the the setlist was great, good amount of new and old. Thought it was odd though, right at about 11:30 many people cleared out, made more room for us but was just a little surprised that people didn't stay until the end.


I think what we witnessed was legitimate Rock Show fatigue. Literally, between the opener and a monster DBT set, it was almost too much rock. I've flown all over the country seeing the Truckers and by about midnight on Friday I was ready for it to be done. The band was rocking, certainly not a knock on them but my crew was all fading and losing focus, as was I. And assuming a lot of folks there were more casual fans I can't blame anyone for leaving early. Friday night's are tough in general, the end of a long work week, etc.
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby walthers » Tue Oct 09, 2018 9:05 am

All great points. Friday night shows are the toughest for me as well, usually by Friday night I just want to relax on the couch.
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby gerg » Wed Oct 10, 2018 12:38 am

Gaetzi wrote:
walthers wrote:Great show, solid two and a half hours non stop. I thought the the setlist was great, good amount of new and old. Thought it was odd though, right at about 11:30 many people cleared out, made more room for us but was just a little surprised that people didn't stay until the end.


I think what we witnessed was legitimate Rock Show fatigue. Literally, between the opener and a monster DBT set, it was almost too much rock. I've flown all over the country seeing the Truckers and by about midnight on Friday I was ready for it to be done. The band was rocking, certainly not a knock on them but my crew was all fading and losing focus, as was I. And assuming a lot of folks there were more casual fans I can't blame anyone for leaving early. Friday night's are tough in general, the end of a long work week, etc.


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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby walthers » Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:41 am

gerg wrote:
Gaetzi wrote:
walthers wrote:Great show, solid two and a half hours non stop. I thought the the setlist was great, good amount of new and old. Thought it was odd though, right at about 11:30 many people cleared out, made more room for us but was just a little surprised that people didn't stay until the end.


I think what we witnessed was legitimate Rock Show fatigue. Literally, between the opener and a monster DBT set, it was almost too much rock. I've flown all over the country seeing the Truckers and by about midnight on Friday I was ready for it to be done. The band was rocking, certainly not a knock on them but my crew was all fading and losing focus, as was I. And assuming a lot of folks there were more casual fans I can't blame anyone for leaving early. Friday night's are tough in general, the end of a long work week, etc.


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Not really sure what that means, but ok.
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Re: Boulder Theater- Fri 10/5

Postby gepman » Thu Oct 11, 2018 12:49 pm

Gaetzi wrote:
walthers wrote:Great show, solid two and a half hours non stop. I thought the the setlist was great, good amount of new and old. Thought it was odd though, right at about 11:30 many people cleared out, made more room for us but was just a little surprised that people didn't stay until the end.


I think what we witnessed was legitimate Rock Show fatigue. Literally, between the opener and a monster DBT set, it was almost too much rock. I've flown all over the country seeing the Truckers and by about midnight on Friday I was ready for it to be done. The band was rocking, certainly not a knock on them but my crew was all fading and losing focus, as was I. And assuming a lot of folks there were more casual fans I can't blame anyone for leaving early. Friday night's are tough in general, the end of a long work week, etc.


I agree. I notice this as well at shows about 2/3 through.
Standing for 4-5 hours amongst a tight crowd, usually a bit on the hot side, isn't for everyone, especially the casual fans...
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