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Jazzlobber is a Roadie and takes care of your favourite artists and venues!


Member since May 26, 2012
Last seen August 25, 2019
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Hi there,

I assume you only edited the venue for this setlist?

I am wondering why @With[Elly-May Barnes] was removed from "Still Got a Long Way to Go" - do you have any ideas?

For the time being, I have reverted the setlist while I investigate.


It looks like the video for this show got removed :(

is there anyway you can add it back? That video was sooo sick, wish I was there. Thanks in advance

Can you please direct me to Colds setlist April 6th 2001 in Moline Ill. Wake the fuck up tour, Thanks

Hey Jazzlobber, you wouldn't by chance have access to the songs listed in this set, would you? (https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/chevelle/2003/indre-studios-philadelphia-pa-bf5854e.html)

Hi Jazzlobber-- Per Ezralite23's suggestion, I'm reaching out to you about the request from 11/24/2018 to bulk-edit "Bonfire Chant" to "Bonfire". The two are different songs, and due to your post (cited below), they've been merged together, thus skewing the Third Eye Blind statistics. Would you please explain what your basis was for this bulk-edit request?


Just updated these which I asked you to update
Please use exact location or venue following the guidelines at

thanks for the Chimaera updates

Regarding this show:

Three setlist.fm users claim to have attended it. I want to get some feedback from them before deciding whether it should be deleted. Thanks!

It was not really that difficult to find the exact location for those three concerts if doing a little effort.

Since October 27, 1995 the venue Melkweg in Amsterdam has two main rooms/halls. What was previously known as the Melkweg's main hall, was renamed Oude Zaal (old room) or OZ as it is called nowadays:
On the mentioned date a larger hall opened under the name The Max (nowadays
just Max): https://www.setlist.fm/venue/melkweg-the-max-amsterdam-netherlands-33d5fccd.html
Would you be able as uploader to change the venue for the Something Corporate setlist from just Melkweg to the correct hall?

Hey there, I've seen that you report a lot of venue merges. Note that you can also use the new way of reporting, which makes it easier for moderators to spot: https://www.setlist.fm/faq#reportDuplicateVenue


Thank you for your work on Coheed and Cambria making Ring in Return, Second Stage and Keeping the Blade tapes. However, you made The Reaping a tape when it is an actual song that is performed, Claudio sings and plays guitar. One and The Hollow however are taped.

Thank You

G'day mate, realised you were a roadie here and thought you could help me out with something.

Someone posted this; https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/bruno-mars/2017/qudos-bank-arena-sydney-australia-33ef1c95.html and made a mistake. The actual show was on the same date, but the year after. And since there's already a set for it, this one needs to be deleted, but your one of the only ones who can. Reckon you could get rid of it for me?


I agree with the roadie above you got to stop with the tour names. You have updated like 20 of my sets in the past month. Just because it was the last album they put out before the show does not mean in anyway that's the tour name. You just added one for a hot rod circuit show I went to but that was a co-headlining tour with Straylight Run. There's no way it was called the Reality Coming Through tour. Unless you have something to back these up you got to stop.

Yes I know of that part of the guidelines and that is fine. However I am suggesting that you should add an edit note when adding it that the tour name
is derived from album of the time and not the official tour name. It still isn’t an “official” tour name and at some point later someone may come across a tour name on an announcement or poster etc, especially on shows where there is little to no internet records out there and your research brings up nothing. It just helps to add an edit note so later we know where the info came from, should it be brought into question.


I’ve noticed you updating tour names for many artists. All the updates have simply been the album at the time (as opposed to a more unique tour name). I am pretty confident that these tours were not advertised as that tour name as I attended them, have posters, shirts, tickets and was aware of all press announcements at the time. Are you simply adding the album of the time or do you have a source for these tour names? Please include a source link or explanation in your updates rather than just changing it if possible

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