Someone recently asked what were the best shows I saw in 2019. It's an interesting question because there are so many factors to consider: Obviously, the MUSIC! Venue Crowd size What krewe I was rolling with New band vs. band I know pretty well Other factors (weather, a milestone show, how much tequila I was overserved) I save all my stubs (or bracelets where I'll write the show/date/venue) so I can easily look at the rundown. Yes, I sometimes pay extra for a paper ticket stub. I was surprised to find that 2019 was a lighter year for my live music attendance due to a mix of reasons ranging from work travel, kids' sleeping habits, health, getting older, etc. Not all of them but definitely hoarding this paper. A few overall observations: I feel lucky I didn't catch any real clunkers in 2019. Really didn't see any shows until April and it seemed to accelerate from there with Jazz Fest being the inflection point. Phish held a consistent p
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