Hall of Fame

  • Bands I've Seen Four Times or More:
    • Arcade Fire
    • Nicole Atkins & The Sea
    • Beck
    • Black Angels
    • Black Hollies
    • Bloc Party
    • Blur
    • Broken Social Scene
    • The Brunettes
    • Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
    • Cults
    • Death Cab for Cutie
    • The Decemberists
    • The Dig
    • Doves
    • The Duke Spirit
    • Dum Dum Girls
    • Editors
    • Feist
    • Franz Ferdinand
    • French Kicks
    • Gorillaz
    • Grand National
    • The Grates
    • Holy Fuck
    • Immaculate Machine
    • Langhorne Slim
    • Les Sans Culottes
    • Love Is All
    • Kaiser Chiefs
    • Mates of State
    • Kate Nash
    • Neko Case
    • The New Pornographers
    • Northern State
    • Nouvellas
    • The Parlor Mob
    • Pavement
    • Phoenix
    • The Pipettes
    • The Puppini Sisters
    • Radiohead
    • The Rakes
    • Ra Ra Riot
    • Eli "Paperboy" Reed & The True Loves
    • The Roots
    • Royksopp
    • Salt & Samovar
    • Secret Machines
    • The Shins
    • Slow Club
    • Sons & Daughters
    • Bruce Springsteen
    • Supergrass
    • They Might Be Giants
    • Tilly & The Wall
    • The Tings Tings
    • Titus Andronicus
    • Vampire Weekend
    • Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    • Yo La Tengo

Guitar Pick Recipients

  • Recipients of the MusicSnobbery.com Guitar Pick
    • Damon Albarn
    • Nicole Atkins
    • Win Butler of Arcade Fire
    • Laura Cantrell
    • Sharin Foo of The Raveonettes
    • Inara George of The Bird & The Bee
    • Justin Hayward-Young of The Vaccines
    • Dave Hollinghurst of Nicole Atkins & The Sea
    • Ivan Howard of The Rosebuds
    • Dev Hynes of Lightspeed Champion
    • Sam Isaac
    • JayMay
    • Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand
    • Langhorne Slim
    • Sondre Lerche
    • Emanuel Lundgren of I'm From Barcelona
    • Moby
    • David Moltz of Salt & Samovar
    • Peter Morén of Peter Bjorn & John
    • Keith Murray of We Are Scientists
    • Kate Nash
    • Carl Newman of The New Pornographers
    • Jack Peñate
    • Juanita Stein of Howling Bells
    • Anna Ternheim
    • Sune Rose Wagner of The Raveonettes
    • Katie White of The Ting Tings
    • Björn Yttling of Peter Bjorn & John

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February 09, 2011

Comments

hummus

dude, you are in the industry; don't bitch. you were probably on the guestlist too.

Al

I was lucky enough to get a ticket off craigslist when I lost out to the 10 second ticket sale window. Everyone in line at the venue managed to snag a ticket, even the kid carrying a sign screaming in front of me...
The best performance I've ever seen and this was not my first time seeing them. My toes are still defrosting from the painful long wait outside the venue but well worth it. First time at Webster Hall and if anyone has a chance to catch a show there I recommend it. It was far more intimate than I expected. Everyone is in for a treat when this airs on MTV. Terrible Love was an amazing end to the show and Matt was nice enough to come out after the show to meet with people and take pics - a very down to earth band.

smulligan

Aww, I agreed with Berninger. Ada guy was hilarious!

shelagh prysiazny

I agree....it was a great performance....that "Ada" guy was a little annoying though!
I missed out the tickets sales so I bought tickets on Ebay...$100. each...grabbed a flight to NYC from Canada...and it was worth every cent!
My 8th National concert since Massey Hall in May last year (...I'm not obsessed, am I? )....and at last I got to meet Matt! Such an genuine guy....he took the time to sign a photo...and pose for pics with my daughter and I!
I can't wait for Chicago!

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