Concert Reviews, Songs Beginning with K

This page is for reviews of concerts people have seen during the 80s and reviews of tours that more recently focus on vintage 80s groups (like Depeche Mode or Bow Wow Wow, etc.). The first reviews here are from the old message board, so they might look a little familar. Hope no one minds me reformatting their original messages.

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"KISS" / 17th May, 2004
It was AWSOME, to say the least. As i am only 17, i saw Kiss for the first time. I had previously heard that their live shows were FANTASTIC, as all fans know, but until you actually see them you dont realise what an understatement it really is. Although i was seated at the very back of the LARGE superdome in Sydney's Olympic Park I would have gladly paid more for my tickets.I HIGHLY recommend that everyone go see KISS while their still around.
Review by: Lauren Hamilton
"Kiss/Poison tour" / July 2004
It was a great show...I was 14 @ the time and it was my second time to see Kiss and the first time I had ever seen Poison...Kiss put on a heluva always...If you have yet to seen kiss in concert i say go for can tell they love what they do...I mean how couldn they?? when i saw them on the kiss aerosmith tour they did all there know the songs everyone knows...this time around they did there non singles..or the ones you don here on the radio to often. Instead of traditionally opening up with detriot rock city they opened up with Love Gun and save detriot rock city and rock n roll all night for the 1st and second oncores. Kiss has always have deticated fans...but i couldn believ how many gene simmons impersonators there were...when i say that i mean the people that went all out...the hair,the boots, the spandex, all of the above i think they make the show as much as the band does. over all i give the show a ten out of ten it was way worth the money!!
Review by: Linds
"Kool & The Gang" / 1986 ( I think)
The first concert I ever went two, it was outdoors on Boston Common, a venue they no longer use. The Celebrate! tour, I believe it was called, and it was a lit up, disco/hip-hop befuddling blast. I went with a friend from school and his mom, much to our disdain, but it was great. They played old classics and the new ones, and even had a disco ball! A classic concert memory, especially since the next concert I saw was the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 1990.
Review by: Kurt

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