Guided by Voices Baltimore MD Tickets, Ottobar, Aug 14, 2018, Concert
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Guided by Voices Baltimore Concert Tickets in Aug 14, 2018 at Ottobar in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Guided by Voices North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Guided by Voices Tour Page.


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Ottobar
2549 North Howard Street
21218
Baltimore, MD, US

Biography

Guided by Voices (often abbreviated as GBV) is an American indie rock band formed in 1983 in Dayton, Ohio. It has made frequent personnel changes but always maintained the presence of principal songwriter Robert Pollard, who founded the group with guitarists Mitch Mitchell, Tobin Sprout, Jim Pollard, and drummer Kevin Fennell. The "classic" lineup included these musicians and bassist Greg Demos. More...

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11 Responses to “Guided by Voices Baltimore MD Tickets, Ottobar, Aug 14, 2018, Concert”

  1. Pansy Borel

    Not much to say other than it was the best show I’ve ever seen.

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  2. Aldo Barrocas

    Classic lineup was amazing. Played all the old classics

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  3. Emory Furth

    The show was amazing, they played every song I wanted and each one was a hit. The crowd seemed full of semi-fans who didn’t know the lyrics but I drive 7 hours to see this show and it was worth every minute.

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  4. Emmanuel Lascala

    Pretty impeccable live reenactment of all your faves from yesteryear. Pollard exhibited rock god skill set, high-kicking to punctuate the beat and swilling with gusto while twin guitarists delivered nuclear-grade sludge and pogoed in sync. Sound mix a little muddled at first, but became clear and concerted about a third of the way into the show as the players and mix formed a a great sonic turbine that wound up to take flight. Sustained brilliance thereafter.

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  5. Darius Padget

    Just so happy I could see this reunion show I felt extremely lucky to see them!!

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  6. Lissette Fupocyupanqui

    Fabulous! A must see. Uncle Bob hasn’t lost his touch!

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  7. Billie Hoos

    Robert Pollard, Mitch Mitchell, Tobin Sprout, Greg Demos, and Kevin Fennell came together a couple of months ago for the first time in almost 16 years. The wait was well worth it. In my book, these guys are the kings of rock. And I’ll put them up against your mama’s same old Stones or Uncle Rob’s uberreliable Rush canucks. And I’ll beat you 9 out of ten heads up with you picking the venue.

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  8. Ahmad Pettinelli

    GBV put on an utterly fantastic show at the 1st Ave. club. They sounded better than ever and rocked out with the intensity of men half their ages. They also played for over two hours! Don’t miss these guys!

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  9. Kimberlee Wildridge

    The club was definitively open – rocked hard – another 30 mins of songs would have been great but nonetheless the show was a great success.

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  10. Lucina Kin

    Absolutely staggeringly good! Anyone who has seen GBV or not, would have loved this show. My girlfriend saw them for the first time and was blown away.
    Bob and the boys were in top form and the addition of Tobin on vox was truly special. If only they had played 4 nights in a row – I would have gone to every show!

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  11. Gerry Vangyi

    I have to say, Showbox SODO isn’t my favorite venue for sound quality, but the soundman for this show actually made it tolerable without earplugs. Whoever that guy is deserves a raise.

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