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We’re taking a look back at our favorite memories of the past year. Check out all of our lists here!

2019 was an incredible year of WMMR concerts and events in and around the Philadelphia area! It was also a great year for road trippin’ to go see some of your favorite bands! As of this post, I have Rocked, Rolled, Danced, Laughed and Headbanged my way through 88 concerts & events in 2019 – not including sporting events – However, I WAS at the “Double Doink” Eagles/Bears game at Soldier Field earlier this year.. so that gets an honorable mention!

It was hard to put this list together because there were soooo many great shows this year!

So here it is.. Enjoy & THANKS to You, my thousands and thousands of concert buddies, for a GREAT 2019 concert season! -Brent Porche

 

 

Brent Porche’s TOP 20 Concerts of 2019:

#20) Nothing More w/ Of Mice & Men, Badflower & Palisades @ The Fillmore (Hosted)

 

#19) Fleetwood Mac @ Wells Fargo Center

#18) The Claypool Lennon Delirium @ The Fillmore

#17) Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band @ Wells Fargo Center

#16) Bring Me The Horizon @ The Met

#15) Incubus @ The Met

#14) Alice Cooper w/ Halestorm & Motionless In White @ BB&T Pavilion

#13) Rival Sons w/ Sheepdogs @ Union Transfer (Hosted)

#12) Living Colour @ Ardmore Music Hall

#11) Parkway Drive w/ Killswitch Engage @ Franklin Music Hall

#10) MMR*B*Q @ BB&T Pavilion

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#9) Rolling Stones w/Des Rocs @ Lincoln Financial Field

#8) Gary Clark Jr. @ The Met

#7) Bert Kreischer @ The Met (Not a concert, I know, but worthy of its spot on the list)

#6) Tool w/Killing Joke @ Wells Fargo Center & Boardwalk Hall AC

#5) Massive Attack @ The Met

#4) Lenny Kravitz @ The Met

#3) Louder Than Life Festival @ Highland Festival Grounds/Kentucky Expo Center (Louisville, Ky)

#2) The Lonely Island @ The Met

#1) Shinedown @ The Ryman Auditorium (Nashville, Tn)

 

I was fortunate enough to see TWO nights of “My Boys” Shinedown at the Legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. The Ryman opened in 1892 as the Union Gospel Tabernacle – Charlie Chaplin, Harry Houdini & John Philip Sousa among MANY other early greats performed there. The Ryman was then home to the Grand Ole Opry beginning in 1943 – Legends like Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Louis Armstrong…..and now SHINEDOWN have all performed on the storied Ryman stage.

BRING ON THE 2020 CONCERT SEASON!!! 

**All pictures are mine unless otherwise noted**