Have you ever had the chance to go back to your childhood home?  You're excited to go because you spend a good chunk of your formidable years there.  Then you walk in and they changed the layout.  "This wasn't the living room!"  "What?!  They knocked down a wall?"

It's got the same address but it's not the same place.

The same feeling comes over me whenever I walk into an old school live music venue that is no longer hosting live shows.

Quad Cities Live Music Venues That Aren't Live Music Venues Anymore

Nostalgia Alert!.

We've compiled a quick list (by no means comprehensive) of venues in the Quad Cities that are no longer music venues but to us will ALWAYS hold a special place were we saw some great shows and made some incredible memories.

To many of us the live music scene wasn't just a concert here & there. It was an every weekend affair. And it didn't matter if it was a touring band or your buddy's band. We were going to be there with a beer in hand and scream along with guitars that were way too loud in a room that was improperly treated acoustically and make some bad decisions.

Chevelle at The Rust Belt

Chevelle rocked the Rust Belt Sunday night with an awesome, high energy set that provided us a ton of concert memories.

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