That encore of WNGTI was something I'll never forget. Didn't know who that woman was but it looks like someone else has answered that elsewhere in the thread.
As far as Mulcahy's is concerned, it depends on what you consider good shows. Baz played there a little while back (I would consider that good). I think they still try to keep it rock based. I know that one of Danny's other bands (I believe it's Almost Queen) played there not long ago. A good while back I believe Warrnat played. Looking at the website (http://www.mulcahys.com/) it looks like WASP is coming up.
My g/f grew up a few blocks from this bar and every now and again I'll see what's lined up when we go visit her parents. I've never actually gotten to a show there because it seems like they're often on a date I can't make for some reason. So I don't know the sound of local bands that they might bring in.
Any way, hope that gives you a little info as to what's up at Muchay's now.
Absolutely right, MP.
I don't know if it would get any votes but a category that could have been added to this poll (imho) is "Since the Reunion."
I knew of TS around the Stay Hungry era but was rather young and didn't really get into it. They split when I was about 10 and it wasn't until after that when I really came into it all. My first album being "Stay Hungry" and progressing from there to every other era.
I said for years that if there was one band that I could see reunite I would want it to be TS. Then came NY Steel. As painful as the reason for that concert was, the result of and good things that were done through the show helped make it one of the greatest nights of my life. Having the opporunity to see to see the band, in any incarnation, several times since then helps make the reunion onward a great era for me.