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Ultimate Buckethead Touring Band

Started by Silverado, January 15, 2011, 02:11:59 pm

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kkc440

i think praxis was the buckethead super group      

gb714us

Phydeaux_3

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with That1guy doing a set before and a couple songs with!


Hell YES!!! I\'ll second that emotion!



Uncle Mikey to warm us up AND play a few Frankenstein Brothers tunes during. Perfect!

smooches,
 » Phy³ . . .
smooches,
» Phy³ . . .

NotAHickInIndy

"You just have to take pleasure in killing" - Buckethead (final line when asked if he had any advice- Young Buckethead)

choffmanart

1977 era Kiss, just add Bucket as a fifth. Open the cover to Alive 2 and put BH right in the middle. That would be a visual show. Not sure what BH would do with Cold Gin, but would love to hear it. As long as we are dreaming put Metallica 86 and the Ramones 79 as the openers.

ruderalph

bucket
Stevie winwood
brian jones
giner baker
john mcvie

Brian0192

Buckethead & iPod backing track.

I don\'t think his live shows ever came together better then when he started doing this.

beau810

QuoteBuckethead & iPod backing track.

I don\'t think his live shows ever came together better then when he started doing this.


I have to respectfully disagree.
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eggman90

Billy Sheehan on bass and Neil Peart on drums.

PawnBot

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I have to respectfully disagree.


Had a feeling that was coming. Respected of course.
BR #560
SC #224
LE Art #203 - #197
LE Christmas CD

beau810

Working with Bill Sheehan would be killer!
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Quitness

Buddy Miles, Billy Cox and Bernie Worrell.