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Blue Oyster Cult Gold Country Casino August

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The Blue Oyster Cult is a popular american rock band that was formed in seattle, washington, in 1974. The group's first album was released in 1976 and their first tour was born. The band's style is based in heavy metal and their music is overflowing with energy and fun. They have appeared at several Gold Country Casino shows and the atmosphere is one of music, drink and charity. The band's first album was released in 1976 and they released over $150 million worth of albums and tour dates. The Blue Oyster Cult is one of the most popular bands in the world and has been in existence for over 75 years. They always seem to be in good condition and their music is still enjoyable to listen to. The concert in Gold Country Casino was their last chance at public appearance and they only managed to make it an appearance for the free performance. The crowd was not what one would expect a show like this to be. They were wearing bright blue and green clothing and there was a megaphone in hand. The show started with the band performing their song "ziggy stardust" from their recent album, ziggy stardust. The song was long and involved in multiple takes. The band continued with their tour de force, performance with the song, "all that you ever wanted. " the song is a long and complex song with many sounds and features extensive drumming from their recent album, the band ended with their classic rock epic, "the united states of america.