Samantha Chase | Top Five Top Concert Venues
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February 7, 2017
As part of the band Shaughnessy, Matt Reed and the band have toured all over the
world. Now that the band is on hiatus and relaxing, I imagine they’re thinking
about some of the greatest places they played here in the U.S. And when they
think about these spots, it’s not just about the acoustics, it’s about the total
experience and the surroundings. So here’s the top five concert venues
Shaughnessy has played at in the U.S. – and where you should catch a show when
you have the chance!
- Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver, CO. What could be more beautiful
than an outdoor venue surrounded by…well…red rocks! If you’re a nature buff,
this is a must-see venue for you!
- The Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, CA. If you read THIS IS OUR SONG,
you know that Riley Shaughnessy held his first solo concert there and who can
blame him! Another outdoor venue that has such an amazing history that every
music fan should see at least one performance there!
- Madison Square Garden, New York, NY. This is one of the most
well-known venues perhaps in the world. Besides it’s amazing history, it’s
located in one of the greatest cities in the world!
- The Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, WA. Another beautifully scenic
spot, it offers camping for concert-goers along with an amazing view of the
Columbia River and the Columbia Gorge Canyon.
- The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL. This venue may be smaller than the
rest on the list, but it’s a serious thing of wonder to see on the inside! It’s
been called 'the most beautiful ballroom in the world.' Crystal chandeliers,
mosaic tiles, beautiful arches, extravagant balconies and terra-cotta ceilings
combine to create a truly magnificent and unique venue.
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26 comments posted.
Re: Samantha Chase | Top Five Top Concert Venues
Summerfest Milwaukee Lakeshore
(Laurie Gommermann 4:05pm February 7)
The National in Richmond, VA and Rams Head Live in
(Carrie Tillman 4:48pm February 7)
Columbia River Gorge Oregon
(Kathleen Bylsma 5:34pm February 7)
Sounds so good thank you so much for the opportunity and your generosity
(Debbie Rice 7:38pm February 7)
I have no idea...
(Colleen Conklin 8:42pm February 7)
Jones Beach, Westbury Music Fair, Madison Square Garden.
(Sharlene Wegner 8:51pm February 7)
I've not been to any big venues just small local ones
(Shelly Small 12:14pm February 8)
Walnut Creek amphitheater in Raleigh NC. It's a great
place to see a concert.
(Teresa Kleeman 12:44pm February 8)
I like the House Of Blues in Orland, Fl. I feel like since
it's so small, it's more personal than a big arena
(Tiffany Engler 5:54am February 8)
I love the Hollywood Bowl.
(Jana B 7:05pm February 8)
S.P.A.C.E. in Evanston Illinois.
(Dawn Staniszeski 10:36am February 9)
We are more into small concert venues. Our favorite is the Diana Wortham
Theatre in Asheville, North Carolina. My favorite are the Celtic performers, but
they have a wide variety of performers.
(Patricia Barraclough 12:53pm February 9)
Caught many outdoor concerts at the Yale Bowl in New Haven,
CT. Haven't been to too many in the past few years.
(Sandy Haber 5:54pm February 9)
I have not found one. The only concert I hAve ever been to was
at a small local college.
(L Green 12:25pm February 10)
The last I went to was David Cassidy at the Boutwell
Auditorium in Birmingham, AL.
(Judy Gregory 8:36pm February 10)
Have only been to a few concerts at local stadium. Nothing big.
(Patricia Wagner 11:47am February 11)
This book sounds so good. Thanks for this chance.
(Jane Cavanaugh 3:49pm February 11)
I like the Hollywood Bowl, to, but the Gorge is my favorite.
(Kathleen Bylsma 4:02pm February 11)
Nashville venues or practically anywhere outdoors,
(Irene Menge 8:08pm February 11)
Not many concert venues in my neck of the woods. I've heard of all but the
last one on your list.
(Laura Gullickson 12:42pm February 12)
Love the Pearl at the Palms hotel in Vegas
(Denise Boyd 2:49am February 12)
I like small intimate venues
(Ricardo Gonzalez 1:08pm February 12)
I love big arenas! The electrifying energy of everyone
enjoying the music is so intense!
(Maria Proctor 2:10pm February 12)
Im such a homebody. I perfer to sit in my easy chair and
listen to sirus or my sterio.
(Nancy Luebke 2:21pm February 12)
madison square garden is only a half-hour away from me by train
(Diane Mcmahon 2:34pm February 12)
Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tn
(Linda Harrison 8:49pm February 12)
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