One of my dream shows would be Gogol and Flogging Molly.
I have seen both a number of times but together would be amazing! Kinda like when I saw NIN, Manson, and Bowie all at the same venue... man what a show.
Last time I saw Flogging Molly my wife was 9 months preggo, so I guess it could be considered my daughters first show :P
I saw Gogol with MCR under the Brooklyn bridge. First time I saw/heard them. It was awesome. Been hooked ever since.
Been to the g3 tour 4 times... Vai still blows my mind.
Nice thread. I'm gonna have to check a bunch of these out.
Already mentioned are Kim Richey, Andrew Bird, and Umphrey's McGee--agree with all three.
Josh Joplin Group (Useful Music has a lot of good songs, here's one):
It's a little hard to decide what's "obscure." But here are some others that I find a lot of folks don't know.
Jake Shimabukuro "Bohemian Rhapsody" on ukulele (perhaps not that obscure)
The Necks (this is almost an hour long . . .)
Gjallarhorn - I Riden Så (Ye Ride So Carefully)
Chris Smither "I Am the Ride"
i love this group of people... meaning you guys. such differing taste and people dont seem so closed in... for instance you dont say i love metal screw ska.
Originally Posted by Don Nguyen
Hiromi is such a talent but beyond that she is really progressing as a teacher/band leader and writer.
still liked dave with screaming headless torsos.
this is screaming headless torsos in their hayday
anywho don ill share a few of my favorite instrument players... hopefully the op will find some interest.
Jaco must be proud.
I wish I got to talk to her more... Im sure thats how everyone feels about her though.
If you like new orleans.
If you like trombone
who doesnt love banjo
i wont put a link check her on youtube