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of their promised paycheck for that show. Oh, and that the rest of the tour was canceled. But as bassist Duff McKagan explained in his autobiography, the incident galvanized the group: "Guns N' Roses were no longer a band, but the band our band. After forgetting to take his amp off "standby," Clark unknowingly kicked off the band's set not with a roar but with a laugh. As Joe Elliot recalls, "He did his windmill arm motion, just like Pete Adidas Shoes Yeezy 350

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For another, they had just crammed themselves and their gear onto a budget priced overseas flight, all for the honor of playing to an extremely small crowd. Luckily, everyone who did turn up was able to tune into what made the band so special very quickly. As Andy Summers remembers, "By the end of the first set the audience [was] on its feet and literally howling along with us. " Which probably made spending the next three weeks stuffed inside a Ford Econoline playing 23 shows in 21 nights a lot more bearable. Heart's first concert was in a cave and we mean that almost literally. As Ann Wilson recalls in the band's official biography, the venue, named the Cave, "was decorated with rocks on the walls to look like a cavern. " She also recalls that before their first show the band was so so poor they were living off a hundred pound Adidas Shoes Yeezy Pink

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Townshend, for the big opening chord and nothing happened. No power. Everybody in the audience was laughing. "They'd been together for only a couple of months. They didn't have enough songs to fill up the evening. Heck, Angus Young hadn't even donned his famous schoolboy outfit yet.

But neither that nor a venue that was well past its prime could stop AC/DC from winning over fans at their first show. As bassist Dave Evans remembers of Chequers: "It had been very glamorous in the '50s and '60s, but when we played there it was past it heyday. It was a small venue with a little stage, no dressing room," he explained in Classic Rock magazine. To make matters worse, the club's elderly manager would pull the plug on the band's power every 20 minutes or so, simply because he thought they were playing too loud. Regardless, Young recalled, "That gig was really wild. It's wild on New Year's Eve anyway, but putting what we were doing on top of all the seasonal stuff just made it wilder. "The first steady gig the Doors landed was on the legendary Sunset Strip, home to famous venues like the Roxy and the Whisky a Go Go. But they were down the road, sharing the tiny stage with exotic dancers, overflowing ashtrays and spilled beer at a rundown club named the London Fog. take place at one of the most famous clubs in all of New York City? Well, for one thing that photo up on top of this page? That was the Police's dressing room.

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