Guided by Voices Toronto Ontario Tickets, Lees Palace, Oct 25, 2018, Concert
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Guided by Voices Toronto Concert Tickets in Oct 25, 2018 at Lees Palace 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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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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6 Responses to “Guided by Voices Toronto Ontario Tickets, Lees Palace, Oct 25, 2018, Concert”

  1. Orval Fausnaught

    Fantastic show! Terminal 5 was great! Love the GBV!

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  2. Octavio Blasingame

    This is the second time I’ve seen GBV this year since they announced their reunion of the classic line-up. The first time was at the Palms in Las Vegas during the Matador at 21 event on 10/3/10. What an amazing weekend of bands that finished with GBV as the cherry on top. Seeing them for the first time since the Electrifying Conclusion Tour was exciting, especially after the line-up for the weekend! Fast forward a month later to GBV on 11/7/10 at Terminal 5 in NYC. The band was not tight. There was a general sloppyness about the musicianship. Granted, they played a LOT of songs that the whole room knew but it simply wasn’t enough. It’s time for Bob to go back on the road with Cobra Verde who are a vastly superior band. However, if this is all you can get don’t miss the opportunity!

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  3. Mariah Fobbs

    Great concert. Love the location.
    nothing like seeing the band play over 30 songs

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  4. Marlene Deman

    The band was better than expected. The environment was cool and also secure which I am sure is difficult in a place with so many nooks and crannies. Loved the atmosphere. My only complaint is the mix. One guitarist was totally dominating the other for the whole night. Made for a warped sonic experience. Suggestion: listen to the material you will be mixing live before the concert!

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  5. Jenifer Pinkard

    Guided By Voices put on a great show. Very entertaining, really treated the audience well. Terminal 5 is a very good venue. Plenty of space, three levels so you can easily see the band. Clean rest rooms with an attendant. Bar had a decent selection and not too expensive.

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  6. Jose Scierka

    It was great to see the old gang back in action after all these years. Although I still loved GBV in their “post-classic” era, it’s hard to top watching Bob (charismatic and funny as ever) with chain-smoking Mitch Mitchell, bursting-with-excitement Greg Demos, and Toby (as the sane one of the bunch). They were just as good as when I saw them at Sudsy Malone’s in Cincy way back in Dec ’94. I’d love to see them reunite for new studio stuff but since Bob has released at least 4 discs a year since disbanding GBV back in 2004 and seems to have moved on, I won’t hold my breath and instead will relish memories from this show.

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