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Porcupine Tree Posts Round Up

Porcupine Tree was, for a number of years, my favorite new progressive rock band and, as a result, I tried to go see them as much as I could when I was not seeing Yes.  I have posted about them a number of times in this blog and you can find those posts below:

 

 

Random Concert Ticket Photos

As my readers know, I am a very avid concert goer.  Granted, since I have had children, I have had less time and less money to dedicate to seeing shows, but I still try to get two or three in every year.

For fun, I have already posted some tickets before, which you can find here:

I have also been to a variety of shows that really do not fit into any categories and I have posted a sort of grab bag of tickets below for various and miscellaneous shows.

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  • Asia (a program from this show can be found here and a review here)

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Porcupine Tree Tickets Through the Years

I am a huge fan of and of progressive rock and, aside from seeing Yes (see here) and going to the North East Art Rock Festival (see here), the band that I have seen the most is Porcupine Tree.  I became aware of Porcupine Tree in the mid-90s, and enjoyed them, but my first time seeing them live was at NEARFest 2001 (see here) and was blown away by their artistry and power (they broke the ceiling lights!).  In addition to NEARFest 2001 and the shows below, I also saw them open for Yes (see here), which was a tremendous show and very exciting to me, even though the confluence of those two bands was a little dissonant (Yes being positive and happy whilst Porcupine Tree being depressing and aggressive).  Porcupine Tree presents an interesting combination of Pink Floyd, Tool, and Radiohead; music with a modern psychedelic feel and electronic flair played on heavy metal sounding guitars, led by a charismatic front man, Steven Wilson, who performs shoeless and completely enveloped in the art he is trying to create on stage.  So, after many years of seeing them, I thought it would be fun to post my old tickets from those shows.  They are posted below.  Enjoy!

 

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