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  • SoutherndawgSoutherndawg Posts: 4,559
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    topdawgnc said:

    Sledog said:

    Don't know about props but stages are dangerous. I saw Aerosmith way back. So long ago no one really knew who they were. They opened for ZZ Top. Steven Tyler looked amped up on coke and was jumping around like crazy and fell off the side of the stage. It was a long F'ing drop. He back back up and finished though. Tougher than he looks but coke can do that for ya.

    Cool story bro.





    Aerosmith was the headline at the Kingdome in 1976.

    So that was way the fuck back ...
    They had already been around for 4 years in 76
    Really liked their early stuff



    RaceBannon
  • SledogSledog Posts: 3,795
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    topdawgnc said:

    Sledog said:

    Don't know about props but stages are dangerous. I saw Aerosmith way back. So long ago no one really knew who they were. They opened for ZZ Top. Steven Tyler looked amped up on coke and was jumping around like crazy and fell off the side of the stage. It was a long F'ing drop. He back back up and finished though. Tougher than he looks but coke can do that for ya.

    Cool story bro.





    Aerosmith was the headline at the Kingdome in 1976.

    So that was way the fuck back ...
    Yes probably '73 ish. The Fabulous Forum.
  • CirrhosisDawgCirrhosisDawg Posts: 1,113
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    Sledog said:

    topdawgnc said:

    Sledog said:

    Don't know about props but stages are dangerous. I saw Aerosmith way back. So long ago no one really knew who they were. They opened for ZZ Top. Steven Tyler looked amped up on coke and was jumping around like crazy and fell off the side of the stage. It was a long F'ing drop. He back back up and finished though. Tougher than he looks but coke can do that for ya.

    Cool story bro.





    Aerosmith was the headline at the Kingdome in 1976.

    So that was way the fuck back ...
    Yes probably '73 ish. The Fabulous Forum.
    ZZ Top headlined a Seattle show with Aerosmith as the opening act sometime around 1973? Tres hombres & toys in the attic tours? Both bands were awesome in the 1970s but it's hard to believe ZZ Top ever had more commercial appeal.
    doogie
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 6,192
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    Sledog said:

    topdawgnc said:

    Sledog said:

    Don't know about props but stages are dangerous. I saw Aerosmith way back. So long ago no one really knew who they were. They opened for ZZ Top. Steven Tyler looked amped up on coke and was jumping around like crazy and fell off the side of the stage. It was a long F'ing drop. He back back up and finished though. Tougher than he looks but coke can do that for ya.

    Cool story bro.





    Aerosmith was the headline at the Kingdome in 1976.

    So that was way the fuck back ...
    Yes probably '73 ish. The Fabulous Forum.
    ZZ Top headlined a Seattle show with Aerosmith as the opening act sometime around 1973? Tres hombres & toys in the attic tours? Both bands were awesome in the 1970s but it's hard to believe ZZ Top ever had more commercial appeal.
    The Eliminator album and tour circa 1983 was ZZ TOPS Commercial peak and it wasn’t even close.
    GrundleStiltzkinAZDuck
  • RedRocketRedRocket Posts: 650
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    Marilyn Manson's first interview since the stage prop tragedy. It's a must read.

    bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-41634576
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 5,310
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    The dope show was a good jam.
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