The good news is you don't have to have a nine-year-old Word document to see your stats--there's a website for that! I have mentioned hansonstage.com in my blog on several occasions, but have never gone into any details about what all you can do with it and how it works. If you don't already use it yourself, it's time to learn!
If you're like me, you can use it to find the latest setlists and add them to you own ever-growing list in whatever format you like. But if you don't already have one of your own, hansonstage will create one and keep track of it for you. You can get started by creating an account HERE. Just check the boxes for all of the shows you have gone to, and hansonstage will generate the list. It gives you a breakdown of:
-How many shows you've been to
-Every song you've heard live and the number of times,
-How many songs you've heard from each album/category
-How many unique songs you've heard
-How many songs period with all repeats included (this number is where I start questioning my sanity a little, and one I had no idea of without the help of hansonstage).
As long as you create your list while logged in, it will stay saved to the website every time you come back.
contact her and help add to the archive.
Now go create and share your findings! There's even a link at the bottom of the list that allows you to share your stats with friends. What surprised you about your list?
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