JANUARY 22: On This Date in Nippertown Concert History

January 22nd, 2015, 10:00 am by Greg

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Throwback Thursday? Oh yeah. So we’re back for another installment of our weekly feature: On This Date in Nippertown Concert History. Check out our round-up of January 22 concerts through the years…

2014: Break Science @ the Hollow Bar + Kitchen, Albany
2013: For Today @ Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park
2012: Mavis Staples @ Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington
2011: Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, Charles Bradley @ The Egg, Albany
2010: David Malachowski & the Woodstock All Stars @ The Linda, Albany
2009: Toby Keith, Jason Aldean @ Times Union Center, Albany
2007: Beres Hammond, Marcia Griffiths @ Washington Avenue Armory, Albany
2006: The Toasters, Go Jimmy Go, Big D & the Kids Table @ Saratoga Winners, Latham

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005: Frank Morgan @ the Van Dyck, Schenectady
2004: Dead Lift, Shift @ Northern Lights, Clifton Park
2003: Joe Diffie, Mark Chesnutt, Tracy Lawrence @ the Pepsi Arena, Albany
2000: Carey Bell, Tom Townsley & the Backsliders @ The Egg, Albany
1999: Jon Hendricks & Annie Ross @ the Van Dyck, Schenectady
1998: Skeeter Brandon & Highway 61 @ the Van Dyck, Schenectady
1997: Jess Klein @ Mother Earth Cafe, Albany
1996: Ben Folds Five, 3 Pound Thrill, the Low Road @ Bogie’s, Albany
1995: The Beatnuts, Common Sense, Organized Konfusion, Artifacts, Master Plan @ Bogie’s, Albany
1994: Lea Delaria @ UAlbany’s Page Hall, Albany
1993: Megadeth, Stone Temple Pilots @ Knickerbocker Arena, Albany
1992: Ozzy Osbourne, Prong @ the Palace Theatre, Albany
1991: Iron Maiden, Anthrax @ Knickerbocker Arena, Albany
1989: The Newports @ Meghan’s, Albany
1987: The Lyres, the A.D.’s @ QE2, Albany
1985: Thoughtcrime @ 288 Lark, Albany
1980: Rush, Max Webster @ the Palace Theatre, Albany

3 thoughts on “JANUARY 22: On This Date in Nippertown Concert History”

  1. michael eck says:

    Got that same Rush ticket. I believe I just tossed out a few snapshots from Max Webster a few weeks ago.

  2. catdeli says:

    Interesting photo of the Rush ticket. Seat 22 in the Bleachers? Ah, yes, the famous Palace Theater bleachers, where I waited many Saturdays hoping a home run ball would come my way.

  3. michael eck says:

    Bleachers were a set of stone steps, sans seats, in the upper wings of the balcony.

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