Guided by Voices Los Angeles CA Tickets, Teragram Ballroom, Nov 9, 2018, Concert
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Guided by Voices Los Angeles Concert Tickets in Nov 9, 2018 at Teragram Ballroom in 09:00 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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Teragram Ballroom
1234 West 7th Street
90017
Los Angeles, CA, 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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3 Responses to “Guided by Voices Los Angeles CA Tickets, Teragram Ballroom, Nov 9, 2018, Concert”

  1. Tynisha Cozad

    Unstoppable rock! This is my 4th time seeing this band and they have never failed to entertain. This show, however, was pretty triumphant.

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  2. Marlin Jasionowski

    The concert event of the year lived up to the hype. This was my fourth time to see Guided by Voices live, but never with this, the “original recipe” lineup, though, and let me tell you: PHENOMENAL. They dug deep, mining their golden era tracks from ’93-’96 mostly. Those hoping to hear newer GbV material were out of luck. Actually, no one was out of luck at this show! With minimal stage banter, the band absolutely plowed and pummeled their way through most of the tracks on their best albums; a staggering amount of ground covered at their trademark, breakneck pace. Tobin Sprout got to sing some of his great tracks as well, including the incredible “Awful Bliss.”

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  3. Ambrose Ruffcorn

    Absolutely wonderful performance by the “Classic” Line up of Guided by Voices. My friends and I kept looking at each other in amazement. Song after song delivered in a ragged but right, fun loving way. They really love their audience and give them more than their money’s worth in my honest opinion. The chemistry in this line up is undeniable. Maybe GBV has had more “accomplished” musicians in their ranks, but these guys have the soul and the passion. Having Tobin Sprout do some of his tracks was a great treat and Mitch Mitchell was typically energetic, firing off rock move after rock move. He also had some hilarious banter about “hot ladies” and the like. Just a fun night of rock and roll. Openers Sweet Apple were okay and played a set of 70’s style boogie rock, J Mascis of Dino Jr. was on the drum kit, but every one was there to see GBV tear it up. Just a note: Most of the set was Propeller, Bee Thousand, Alien Lanes and Under the Bushes material with aome smatterings from various singles and EPs of the period. Do not expect to hear anything past those records as this is focusing on the early to mid-90’s period. Three sets of encores…really just the tops.

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