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1983
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1992
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1992
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1993
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2005
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2015
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2018
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1981
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2014
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2015
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2017
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2018
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U2 - Boy 4th leg: North America

1981-03-15: Wolf and Rissmiller's Country Club, Los Angeles - California

( other U2 shows at this location )

<<< 1981-03-14 - San Diego | 1981-03-16 - Anaheim >>>


Review

2012-01-04 - Blown away by U2 in a small club submitted by Brian McAllister

I was dating a girl named Cindy, a Joan Jett looking number, who worked at the Whisky a Go Go in LA. She tells me that she's taking me to see this Irish band U2. She says, "You're Irish, you're a punk rocker and you'll really dig them." She turned me onto the Boy album and I admit I was knocked out by the songs and the Steve Lillywhite production. But not nearly as knocked out as I was when I saw them live at this gig.
Bono came out with a voice that I couldn't believe and they just tore through their set. If I'm not mistaken Edge was playing through a little Fender Vibro Champ amp. it looked like there were barely any amps on stage at all but the sound was enormous and glorious. Larry Mullen Jr. was phenomenal as was Adam Clayton.
Though I don't think this show was a sell out and it seems that there were way less than 600 in the crowd. I was able to move all over the club and check the band out from every angle. F'n mindblowing night. I've been seeing them every tour since. But they went from this small club right into large venues overnight. I consider myself very lucky to have seen them at this venue. Luck o the Irish?? Or just a cool girlfriend named Cindy with great taste in music...
Brian McAllister
The Opium Kings

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