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I was just wondering what kind of notable or really good bands anyone has played a show with. I've never shared the stage with any notable bands, but my buddy played a show with Foxy Shazam back in 07 or 08 and it was one of the craziest shows I've ever seen. His band got invited down to their studio to record some songs and that was really awesome.
#2
The 30-40k bandwidth.
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#3
my friend did backing vocals for Sixth quite some time ago. i've never shared a stage with another band, simply because i don't perform.
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#5
In my high school band we opened for 2many DJ's, quit a big band in Belgium. They blew us away, quit embarassing!
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That's pretty impressive, man
#7
Either In This Moment, Powerman 5000, or Born of Osiris.
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These guys
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#9
30-man orchestra. Was pretty crowded up there.
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Whoa that's awesome man. They're one of my favorite bands.



Mine too
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#14
Back in highschool we played before Evermore.
They're big I guess.
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We opened for a band from the states called Earthless
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That's pretty cool


It was man. My band opened for them at the liquid rooms in Edinburgh a few years ago. Top lads all of them.
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My band headlined a show with some band called Metallica as support

Metallica? Never heard of them. You sure they're big?
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#20
Last night I had a dream that I was on stage with Mastodon. Does this count?
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Metallica? Never heard of them. You sure they're big?

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#22
King's X, Overkill, and Disciple
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#24
I shared a stage with bmth, well i wouldn't call it shared, kinda just jumped on stage when they where playing then jumped off into the crowd.
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I've stood on a stage that Muse and Nirvana have stood on. Only thing I was about 20 years late for Nirvana and 10 years late for Muse.
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I've been on stage with Mars Volta and Spineshank, and I've played on a stage that's had Biffy Clyro, Snow Patrol, Napalm Death, and shit loads of other names on it, although obviously not at the same time.
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Broadway Calls. Not that big, but they have a good sized following. My band hasn't been too focused on getting bigger shows in a while though.

We were slated to play with The Wonder Years in August, but they cancelled on the venue.
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And so I watch you from afar. Although I drunkenly have climbed on stage with the black lips and major lazer if that counts.
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#34
Elvis Jackson. They are pretty big in my country.
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We opened for a band from the states called Earthless

Earthless is amazing and you should feel proud.
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#36
Atreyu back in 2008. Yay for local support at the Rave.
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#38
Blameshift, The Dollyrots.

We only seem to play with pop-punk, even though we're hard rock/metal

although, as far as playing where other bands have played, I can say I played at both places one of my favorite bands played in when they were here. So, cool I guess? I really owe it to the booker/owner of the venue. He got some really, really sick acts to play here sometimes.
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Either In This Moment, Powerman 5000, or Born of Osiris, or Nevermore.

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#40
Sabbath and Van Halen....


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