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Who opened for REM in 1995?

Who opened for REM in 1995?

notes: The band Zen were scheduled as the opening band, but due to technical over-runs, they didn’t play. notes: The video for ‘Star 69’ was filmed at this concert, directed by Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris. notes: setlist possibly not in correct order, was originally scheduled for the 16th, but moved to the 17th.

Who opened for REM on the Monster tour?

Remarkably, the drummer recovered, the tour went on, and he manned the drum stool until retiring from the music business in ’97. The tour rolled on, with Sonic Youth and Radiohead opening for R.E.M. and Monster continued to sell well, chalking up millions of sales worldwide.

When did Radiohead tour with REM?

Yorke first saw R.E.M. live on their Green tour, at London’s Wembley Arena in June, 1989. “Most of my friends had seen them before that,” he notes. “Michael told me later that he had a bad time at that show, throwing things around after.

When did REM play Murrayfield?

July 27, 1995
R.E.M. Concert Setlist at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh on July 27, 1995 | R.E.M.

When did R.E.M. play Loch Lomond?

June 18, 2005
R.E.M. Concert Setlist at Balloch Country Park, Loch Lomond on June 18, 2005 |

Who opened for R.E.M. in 1989?

Peter Buck
notes: Peter Buck joined Robyn Hitchcock And The Eqyptians on ‘Flesh Number One (Beatle Dennis)’ on their opening set.

Who opened for R.E.M. in 1984?

29 February 1984 – 40 Watt Club Uptown, Athens, GA Wheel O’Cheese aka Love Tractor open with a covers set, with Bill Berry guesting on ‘Jump’!, & Mike Mills on bass on ‘Feast On My Heart’.

When was the last R.E.M. concert?

November 18th, 2008
Instead, R.E.M. played what would be their final concert in Mexico City on November 18th, 2008.

When did REM play Balloch Park?

Who supported Runrig Loch Lomond?

They were supported by acts such as the Peatbog Faeries, piper Fred Morrison, King Creosote, Kathleen Macinnes, and Blair Douglas (a former member of the group) and his band. Attendance numbered ~15,000. The show was part of Scotland’s Year of Homecoming 2009.

Why did the band REM break up?

‘ Michael looked at Mike, and Mike said, ‘Sounds right to me. ‘ That’s how it was decided.” It wasn’t that the band had felt like it had stopped creating good music, Buck went on, it was more simply they were growing tired of everything that went along with being in R.E.M.

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