The Who perform Quadrophenia live in Nashville!

I guess I never posted the link to this incredible show!! Holy mama! SMOKIN’!!! I filmed over an hour-and-a-half from the 5th row!

Sounds great on vinyl!!

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Bruce Springsteen, Nashville, April 17, 2014

Here’s my footage from seeing “The Boss” at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN. He performed a great version of Rolling Stones classic “Satisfaction.” I have over 2 hours of the show in the following playlist:

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YES at The Ryman July 28 2014

I had the honor of seeing YES at The Ryman in Nashville last month. They performed 2 albums in their entirety: Close to the Edge and Fragile. They also played 2 songs from their new album Heaven & Earth plus “Owner of a Lonely Heart” and “Starship Trooper.”

Here’s the footage I filmed and uploaded to YouTube. It’s nearly 2 hours. I only missed “The Fish” and “Mood For a Day”.

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Bruce Springsteen Nashville April 17, 2014. A new fan’s perspective.

I’ll admit, I was not born to love Bruce. My musical tastes lie in the realms of melodically-driven men like Lennon/McCartney, or the always surprising concoctions created by beloved progressive rock bands. Almost all of my favorite artists are Brits. I can’t even think of a US artist I consider an “all-time favorite”.   And here is Bruce Springsteen… champion of the working class hero, defender of the flag of freedom, sexy rocker that makes my wife’s pulse race.

I’ve bought the whole Bruce collection on vinyl — like I do — and have slowly developed an appreciation, one song at a time. The first song I totally dug was “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out” then “Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)” then the live versions of “It’s Hard to be Saint in the City” & Spirit in the Night” “then I found The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle

So, next thing I know I’m buying a cheap ticket and bringing my camera, doing the think I love to do.  So here’s the Bruce Springsteen collection I filmed from his Nashville show on April 17, 2014 at the Bridgestone Arena:

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Hey Vinyl fans! I realize it’s been awhile since I posted…

… but I have been uploading some things to my YouTube channels:


for instance, I interviewed the drummer for the fabulous The Wood Brothers and we listened to their masterpiece “Atlas” from the recent live double-album. Check out the brief interview and enjoy the song:


But I guess most of my activity this year has been on the Live page. I finally completed editing and uploading the super-sexy & talented Kimbra from New Zealand (you may know her from the Grammy Award winning hit “Somebody That I Used to Know” with Gotye.)

Here’s the 1/2-hour I filmed from her Ypsilanti concert at Michigan State University:


For the Classic Rock lover (that’s ME!) I also filmed The Who in Nashville. I captured the whole show from the 5th row, but so far I’ve only uploaded the “Quadrophenia” section (over an hour & a half!):


Another fun show I caught this year was The Psychedelic Furs and Spacehog:


To see the list of all the concerts I’ve ever attended, check out I love that site. It’s so cool to track all the shows you’ve been to. If you setup an account and post a link, I will totally be thrilled & check it out!!

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Ringo at the Ryman

I was honored to get to sit in the production truck while this was being filmed! At least for a couple songs. Saw Ringo sing “Boys” and “Yellow Submarine” from the multi-cam monitor. Totally awesome. And now HERE IT IS!

Are you going to buy this?

Also, in case you didn’t my earlier post, this just happened to be on my & his birthday! Earlier that day, (July 7, 2012). Ringo was at the Hard Rock in downtown Nashville to celebrate his birthday and do his annual “Peace & Love” wish for the world. I filmed the whole event and edited it down to this 4:32 video. It includes a spontaneous rendition of “Give Peace A Chance”. Also, I was holding up a sign that said “It’s My Birthday Too, YEAH!” He pointed to it and read the sign aloud… and wished ME a “Happy Birthday, Brother!”!

YEAH! I got wished a “happy birthday” by a Beatle!!

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Gotye complete concert

I finally uploaded all the videos from when Gotye performed at Pease Auditorium in Ypsilanti (near Ann Arbor), Michigan.

Gotye is definitely one of the coolest dudes out there. Hope you can catch him on tour. In the meantime… enjoy this complete show:

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Ringo Starr 72nd birthday, Nashville TN 07-07-12, Give Peace a Chance, Peace and Love

July 7, 2012. Ringo Starr was in Nashville to celebrate his birthday and do his annual “Peace & Love” wish for the world. I filmed the whole event and edited it down to this 4:32 video. ENJOY!

It includes a spontaneous rendition of “Give Peace A Chance”. Also, I was holding up a sign that said “It’s My Birthday Too, YEAH!” and he read the sign and wished ME a “Happy Birthday, Brother!”

And it’s all on video!!!!

Update: He performed at the legendary Ryman Auditorium later that day. That show is being released on DVD

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The Trial – Roger Waters (Pink Floyd) Nashville, TN June 19, 2012

I guess my camera is OK for filming live, but I think I’m ready for a new one.

Maybe this?

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U2: Nashville July 2, 2011

Finallly got the U2 playlist created:

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I finally launched my new YouTube channel: TheDailyVinylLIVE. I filmed everything in Nashville and I’ve uploaded my first 3 playlists for:
Paul Simon
The Wood Brothers

Be sure to watch in HD!

And I have just a handful of U2 songs left to go before I have a near-complete U2 concert.

Enjoy!!!! (And support the artists by buying the CDs or legally downloading their songs. Even cooler if you can them on VINYL!!!!!)


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New Live videos coming soon

Just thought I’d give my loyal TheDailyVinyl fans a heads-up that on the 2-year anniversary of this site, I’m going to launch “TheDailyVinyl LIVE! I’ve been editing the footage I took at this year’s RUSH, Paul Simon, Wood Brothers and Street Corner Symphony concerts. Keep an eye out for July 7th!

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Paul McCartney Live in Nashville July 26, 2010

I have begun uploading the hour of video I filmed at the Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville. This July 26th 2010 concert was the very first time Paul McCartney EVER performed in Nashville (as a Beatle, in Wings, solo — ever!), so it was quite funny when he said “Hello Nashville! It’s good to be back!”

He opened the show with “Venus and Mars” > “RockShow” > “Jet”. Although this version of RockShow is extrememly abridged, it was still the first time he performed it live since the 1976 “Wings Over America” tour. Pretty amazing.

The second (well, I guess technically it’s the fourth song) of the evening was The Beatles classic “All My Loving”

He then rocked it out with another song from the 1975 Wings album “Venus & Mars” — “Letting Go”

Back to the Beatles cannon — “Got To Get You Into My Life” from the 1966 album “Revolver.”

And now he’d like to do a song by his alter-ego… called The Firemen. The song is “Highway” from the album “Electric Arguments.” This tour is interesting because he is not actively promoting a new record. His last tour was to promote this album and “Memory Almost Full.” So for that reason, there were only 4 post-Wings songs played! Although, I enjoy seeing and hearing the new stuff, knowing that most of it will never be played live again, it was fun to get a healthier dose of classics this time around. (I also saw him in ’89 in Miami and ’93 in Orlando where he was promoting “Flowers In The Dirt” and “Off The Ground” respectively.)

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New category added – Live Concert Videos!

I’ve added some live videos to my YouTube page, but have not posted them here, until now. The first ones I added were of the Aimee Mann show/Squeeze show on September 3, 2008.

Aimee Mann opened the evening with a wonderful performance (despite the fact the lady has no idea how to smile).

The video is very shaky because I was nervous about “being caught”. Later, the ushers said I was free to film, so the videos of Squeeze are awesome!

Here’s the final number of the evening: Pulling Mussels (From The Shell)

Be sure and check out the other Squeeze videos, if you’d like.

As a final note about this concert; This show will always be special to me as it was probably the last full concert a very dear friend of mine ever attended. Miss you sweet Melissa.

Becuase I think it’s only right that if I share a band’s music, I should provide a link to purchase it… here is some stuff I recommend. Here’s the AMAZING soundtrack to the 1999 film “Magnolia” featuring Aimee Mann’s best stuff! (and some Supertramp hits!)

and here’s a great SQUEEZE compilation that you can pre-order:

Enjoy the new LIVE CONCERT VIDEOS category. Up next—- PAUL MCCARTNEY!!!!

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