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post #106 of 541
only 2

George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic (in the ucsb basketball court with maybe 200 people TOPS)
and Radiohead @ Auburn, Seattle 2003
post #107 of 541
Oh wow....you saw Pink Floyd 9 times...I'm so damn jealous!
post #108 of 541
Quote:
Manu Chao
Stereo MC`s
Moloko
Asian Dub Foundation
Soulfly
Astral Projection
Henry Rollins
Death in Vegas
Misty in Roots
Bob Geldof
+

Massive Attack
Faithless
Metallica
R.E.M.
Kraftwerk

an update I could only dream of a year and a half ago
post #109 of 541
Oo, here's a fun thread. My concerts:

Rock:
Bob Dylan (7 times)
R.E.M. (2 times)
Ani Di Franco (2 times)
David Bowie (1 time)
Paul McCartney (1 time)
Mercury Rev (1 time)
Kitchens of Distinction (1 time)
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 (1 time)

Bluegrass:
Bill Monroe (2 times)

Classical:
Christoph von Dohnanyi/Cleveland Orchestra (12 times)
Franz Welser-Most/Cleveland Orchestra (7 times)
Pierre Boulez/Cleveland Orchestra (5 times)
Pierre Boulez/Chicago Symphony (2 times)
Vladimir Ashkenazy/Cleveland Orchestra (3 times)
Jesus Lopez-Cobos/Cincinnati Symphony (2 times)
Nikolaus Harnoncourt/Vienna Philharmonic (1 time)
Michael Tilson Thomas/Cleveland Orchestra (1 time)
Michael Tilson Thomas/San Francisco Symphony (1 time)
Michael Tilson Thomas/Chicago Symphony (1 time)
Michael Tilson Thomas/London Symphony (1 time)
Mariss Jansons/Pittsburgh Symphony (1 time)
Christoph Eschenbach/Cleveland Orchestra (1 time)
Sir Georg Solti/Cleveland Orchesta (1 time)
Charles Dutoit/Pittsburgh Symphony (1 time)
Riccardo Muti/Philadelphia Orchestra (1 time)
Sir Andre Previn/Pittsburgh Symphony (1 time)
Seiji Ozawa/Boston Symphony (1 time)
Mark Wigglesworth/Cleveland Orchestra (1 time)

As this list might imply, I'm fond of music.
post #110 of 541
I swore I posted a list here but I didn't see it. I'll start with the big ones and work my way down the lesser known bands. Purely stream-of-conscious here. I'm sure there are dozens more.

R.E.M.
The Cure
Depeche Mode
The Replacements
Dinosaur Jr.
J. Mascis
Meat Puppets
Sonic Youth (in Central Park NYC summer of '92!)
Bob Mould (solo 3 times)
Teenage Fanclub
Uncle Tupelo
Slowdive
Ride
Meat Beat Manifesto
Pet Metheney ('88, STILL LIFE TALKING tour.. amazing)
Iron Maiden (x3)
Judas Priest
Queensryche
Ozzy Osbourne
AC/DC
Kiss
Dio
Motorhead
Nine Inch Nails'
Slayer
Tool
Meshuggah
Skinny Puppy
Butthole Surfers
Ramones
B-52's
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Lollapalooza (I and II) bands:
Jane's Addiction
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Ministry
Pearl Jam
Soundgarden
Lush
The Jesus and Mary Chain
Siouxsie and the Banshees
Ice Cube
Rollins Band

Alice In Chains
George Clinton & P-Funk
And you will Know us by the Trail of the Dead
Soul Asylum
Goo Goo Dolls
Fishbone
Primus
Beastie Boys
Wilco
L7
Nitzer Ebb
Fudgetunnel
Sepultura
Pain Teens
Failure
Hum
Centaur
Mike Watt
Shellac
Polvo
The Grifters
Damon & Naomi
Seam
Arcwelder
Tar
Tad
Bailter Space
Unrest
Zeni Geva
Brutal Truth
Boredoms
Ruins
Eyehategod
Today is the Day
Season to Risk
Unsane
Mastodon
High on Fire
Clutch
Monster Magnet
Buzzoven
Queens of the Stone Age
Melvins (5 or 6 times)
The Jesus Lizard (9 times)
Helmet (4 or 5 times, can't remember)
The Flaming Lips
Mercury Rev
Lou Reed
Luna
Pavement
Sebadoh
Swirlies
D.R.I.
Acid Bath
Cannibal Corpse
Carcass
Napalm Death
Entombed
The Obsessed
Naked Raygun
The Didjits
Ed Hall
The Cows
Hammerhead
Don Caballero
June of '44
Rodan
Stompbox
Superchunk
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282
The Wedding Present
Kitchens of Distinction
Lemonheads
Karma to Burn
Girls vs. Boys
Jawbox
Braid
Hey Mercedes
Thursday
Cave-In
Saxon
Poison
Tesla
Enuff Z'nuff
Eek-A-Mouse
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Poster Children
Zen Guerilla
Rachel's
Archers of Loaf
Urge Overkill
Catherine Wheel
The Verve
Soul Coughing
Medicine
Pale Saints
Moonshake
Charlatans UK

Monsters of Rock tour (1988):
Van Halen (Van Hagar actually)
Metallica
Scorpions
Dokken
Kingdom Clone

-jar
post #111 of 541
Quote:
Originally Posted by Masonjar
I swore I posted a list here but I didn't see it. I'll start with the big ones and work my way down the lesser known bands. Purely stream-of-conscious here. I'm sure there are dozens more.

[...the huge list...]

-jar
I so envy you, and not only because of tool, which I badly want to see live.

As for me, I haven't seen a lot :

Black Label Society
Marilyn Manson
Slipknot
Incubus
R.E.M.
Die Toten Hosen
Maroon 5
Papa Roach
Lamb Of God
Iron Maiden
Slayer
In Extremo
The Hives
HIM
Mudvayne
Wir Sind Helden
post #112 of 541
Quote:
Originally Posted by Alu
Die Toten Hosen
Now that's a band I haven't heard in a LONG time. I used to play them on one of my college radio shows back in the early 90's.

-jar
post #113 of 541
This could take awhile.
Led Zepplin
Jimi Hendrix
Jethro Tull
Janis Joplin
Cream
Iron Butterfly(hey it was my first concert,I didn't know they sucked then)
Allman Brothers(4 times,two when Duwayne and Dickie were still alive)
Free
Molly Hachett
Elton John
Lynnrd Skynnerd(several times in bars in their early days,2 times in concert)
Marshall Tucker Band
Blackfoot
Wett Willie
Ted Nugent
King Crimson
Ozark Mt Daredevels
Bad Company
Van Halen
Bob Seger
Traffic
Steve Winwood
Rod Stewart
Fleetwood Mac
Charlie Daniels
War
Blue Oyster Cult
Winger
Guns&Roses
Medsky,Martin,and Wood
Drive By Truckers
And a few more I've forgottin over the years.
Just remembered
Rush
Styxx
post #114 of 541
Quote:
Originally Posted by Masonjar
Now that's a band I haven't heard in a LONG time. I used to play them on one of my college radio shows back in the early 90's.

-jar
They are absolutely incredible live. It was astounding how good they were.
post #115 of 541
Haven't been to a show for a while but for the 3-5 people on Head-fi that like country I am going to Kenny Chesney tonight in Oakland (can't wait!).

Going to see The Dreaming (Chris Hall from Stabbing Westwards new band) on 6/25 in SF

Last show I went to I think was TOOL which was probably the best I've seen.

Runner up: Pledge of Allegiance Tour
Slip Knot
System Of A Down
Rammstein (sounded the best live out of the four)
Mudvayne

Great combo, bang for buck = A+
post #116 of 541
Milesbeyondjazz: Your list just reminded me I'd missed adding Marshall Tucker Band. You may want to read MY LIST to help jog your memory as it appears we're from the same ancient era
post #117 of 541
These are the artist I can remeber I have seen live (I think this are all). A very short list compared to most of you guys.

Greenday(2)
Incubus
Chevelle
Interpol
Metallica(3)
Juanes
System of a Down
Linkin Park
Mudvaine
Limp Bizkit
Godsmack(2)
Korn
RHCP
Santana
Eric Clapton
The Killers
post #118 of 541
van halen
rush
echo & the bunnymen
smashmouth
Jonathnan butler
Keko Matsui
Bryan setzer
primus
Alice & chains
ray charles
santana

Ironically some of my favorite bands in middle school. I had no money for tickets.... BOC, Iron maiden, Queen, the police, Styx, asia, van halen (david lee roth). By the time I was old enough and had $$$ they had broken up Ive liked Queen since I was ~12, Freddy Mercury's death was a real killer for me.

I remember singing The Wall with my classmates in 4th grade... Back then we called it "We dont need no Education". Just what every elementary school teacher wants to hear her kids sing

Id like to see Ry Cooder, junior brown and Albert Lee. I envy anyone who has seen SRV or Randy Rhoads.

Garrett
post #119 of 541
All these are at least 25 years ago.

Bruce Springstein
The Doors
The Fugs
Frank Zappa & The Mothers
Bonnie Raitt
Bob Dylan
Jerry Jeff Walker
Bob Marley & The Wailers
The Temptations
Weather Report
Marcia Ball
Ry Cooder
Doc Watson

My fav - James Brown
post #120 of 541
Aerosmith 3 times
Disco Biscuits 8 times
Steve Kimock Band once
Jethro Tull 2 times
Bob Dylan 2 times
Todd Rundgren 5 times
Joe Jackson once
Yes once
The Allman Brother Band once
Robert Plant once
Eric Clapton once
The Rolling Stones 2 times
Sir Paul once
Steve Miller Band once
ZZ Top once
The Moody Blues 3 times
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