Guided by Voices Cambridge MA Tickets, The Sinclair Music Hall , Oct 22, 2018, Concert
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Guided by Voices Cambridge Concert Tickets in Oct 22, 2018 at The Sinclair Music Hall 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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The Sinclair Music Hall
50 Church Street
02138
Cambridge, MA, 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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10 Responses to “Guided by Voices Cambridge MA Tickets, The Sinclair Music Hall , Oct 22, 2018, Concert”

  1. Kelle Crandell

    GBV was as good/better than ever. Sound, set, energy were all great. Paradise, however, is a challenge when you are vertically challenged and it’s a sold out show. Took a long time to finally find a tiny opening to see through from the balcony.

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  2. Ilene Pignone

    As usual, an incredible show. Bob promised 53 songs, probably reached it.

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  3. Carolina Gregan

    Every time I see gbv I come out feeling that the show was one of the best I ever saw. Great energy, great songs, great audience interplay. I love this band.

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  4. Elijah Light

    GbV is tough act to top. If you like rock music with no suck, then these guys are for you. It takes a little time to understand how good this simplicity is, but when you get it you are hooked. Opens the door to much more as well. Take back your musical sensibilities and go see a GbV show!!

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  5. Alva Lovan

    Age has had no effect on these indie superstars! They played every song with full energy, and the crowd was really into it. The view of the Delaware River and outdoor venue were great as well.

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  6. Arlene Bencivenga

    I’ve seen these guys over 10x in various lineups since ’94 and they never disappoint. Bob was already sloshed when the band hit the stage and had hilarious banter in between most of the 40+ songs they played…a combination of newer rockers and the classics. If you have fallen behind on the newer stuff (it’s easy to do…they have put out 6 CD’s and an EP since 2012!), don’t let that stop you from seeing them live because they sound as great as ever, especially with Kevin March on drums.

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  7. Jani Hemminger

    Without question, the quintessential indie rock line-up of the 1990’s still knows how to bring it here in the year 2011. Is Bob Pollard a bit older…of course, we all are. But having Mitch Mitchell and Greg Demos work the stage allows Bob to share the stage with two equally energetic rock n’ roll masters. The song selection stayed pretty much on course following the 1992-1997 Propeller to Mag Earwhig catalog. They whipped out 43 songs in total which included three encores. By the time they reached song #17-Watch Me Jumpstart they were in full stride and never looked back. Tremendous energy and an environment that felt like a big happy party. A number of people made there way to the stage and were greeted with hugs from band members. The only thing I would have changed was the sound quality. Vocals could have been a bit louder but all in all a fantastic show that if you thought about going, and then didn’t, consider it a big mistake in your concert going history. This show was one for the books! Now let’s only hope that GBV does not stop now, these guys have a lot of life still in them and oh so much more to give.

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  8. Lera Souvannavong

    The most amazing show i have ever seen, everyone was singing all the words to every song, and the band were performing with unbeleivable energy! A perfect night.

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  9. Arvilla Breden

    It was such a great high energy show. It was so fun to see people of all ages appriecate GBV for the great rock pioneers they are. Everyone in their lifetime should see the band at least once.

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  10. Shannon Imes

    GBV always give their fans their moneys worth. Exausting set of hits and album tracks that deserve to be hits. One of the highlights of 2010 was the reformation of GBV. Sorely missed by their legion of devoted fans. This is the 2nd time we saw them since reforming. 1st was at Terrible 5. Can’t really say which show was better. They both were excellent. At this show Robert Pollard’s eyes remaind shut the whole time. His banter is great also. Very entertaining. These 2 shows reinforced my love for this amazing band.

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