Guided by Voices Pittsburgh PA Tickets, Spirit - Pittsburgh, Sep 18, 2018, Concert
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Guided by Voices Pittsburgh Concert Tickets in Sep 18, 2018 at Spirit - Pittsburgh 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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Spirit - Pittsburgh
120 51st Street
15201
Pittsburgh, PA, 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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13 Responses to “Guided by Voices Pittsburgh PA Tickets, Spirit – Pittsburgh, Sep 18, 2018, Concert”

  1. Stephen Harren

    GBV, the original lineup, rocked the house. They brought energy and heart to each song they played. The only complaint I had was the mix. I really couldn’t understand the words, but that could also be because of how close I was to the stage. The Buckhead Theatre was beautiful, just be wary of the security guards and act like a grownup 🙂

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  2. Clifton Miker

    Either you love GBV or you don’t know who they are. I’ve seen them several times over the years and I’ve never been disappointed. This tour is no exception.

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  3. Jessica Meachum

    Guide By Voices were fabulous.
    They played for almost 3 hours few dozens of songs.
    The band played with good atmosphere.
    Sound was great.
    A really memorable show.

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  4. Kelvin Botha

    Drove 7 hours to see this show and it was worth it. The band was tight and Bob was back in form. Have to rate it in my top 5 shows of all time, and I have seen quit a few. BTW, ran into Tobin, Greg and Mitch in our hotel lobby the next morning. The were very gracious when I thanked them for a great show!

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  5. Pauline Hinton

    A really great show. They had lots of energy. I took 3 friends to the concert, they had never heard of GBV before but they all walked away from the concert liking them alot.

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  6. Jeffrey Phyfiher

    I really appreciate that they got Guided By Voices to play here. The venue was perfect for the audience to share the enthusiasm with the band, and vice versa. Great service from the barstaff. I had an excellent time!

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  7. Demetrius Moerbe

    Whatever the lineup, Uncle Bob and the boys never fail to entertain. It’s been six years since Bob put the last lineup that made up Guided By Voices to rest. I had a feeling there would be a reunion, but never thought it would be with the “original” members. I was pretty thrilled to see both Tobin, Sprout and Bob Pollard on stage together.

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  8. Omar Barnhill

    The GBV show took me right back to 1994. In a good way.

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  9. Sherell Roberta

    Even though these guys are in their 50’s they rock harder than just about anyone you’ll see out there today. Robert pollard is still swinging the mic around, and doing his patented scissor kicks almost up to his head. The band jumped around the stage with tons of energy, and played for 2 hours including 3 encores. Pollard came on stage and exclaimed ” were starting off with ‘striped white jets’ right off the fucking bat!” Very entertaining from start to finish. Too bad this will probably be the last time we’ll ever see this lineup

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  10. Travis Laver

    Fantastic show by the greatest band of the past 2 decades! The Bluebird is an awesome venue and these guys totally rocked it!

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  11. Ross Fero

    It was a GBV show!! What else do I need to say? They are one of the greats.

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  12. Velda Boldenow

    Let me begin by saying I am a big Robert Pollard fan. I love(d) Guided by Voices especially during the early period. With that said, there are good reasons for bands to not reform for ANY reason. As the old saying goes, “you can’t re-heat a souffle”. There was something sad about seeing these guys on stage again. I felt bad for Mitch Mitchell. I think he actually believes the band is getting back together. The music was really loud and unfortunately didn’t cover up the fact that Pollard appears to be playing with better musicians these days.

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  13. Theola Harcus

    Band was phenomenal. My only problem was that I am short. But that’s on me… I guess

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