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post #121 of 541
I went to Bonnaroo this year...saw Trey, Widespread, Allman Brothers, STS9, Mars Volta, and many more. Quite exciting.
post #122 of 541
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Originally Posted by MrSiki99
I went to Bonnaroo this year...saw Trey, Widespread, Allman Brothers, STS9, Mars Volta, and many more. Quite exciting.
One of these years I will make it to Bonnaroo. It must have been a great time. I'm going to start looking for some of the shows to download.
post #123 of 541
If you can remember your concerts you weren't really there

I think I was at these???

Yes - twice
Johnny Winters
J Giles Band
Allman Brothers Band
ZZ Tops
Kiss
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Outlaws
Charlie Daniels
Styx
Pure Praire League
Manford Mans Earth Band
James Cotton Blues Band
Blue Oyster Cult
Rolling Stones
Arlo Guthrie
Doc and Merle Watson
Ralph Stanley & Clinch Mountain Boys
New Grass Revival
post #124 of 541
I just attended a Better than Ezra show at Iriving Plaza this past Tuesday and three Judas Priest shows in the last 8 days (PNC, Jones Beach and Tweeter Center).

Great shows!
post #125 of 541
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Originally Posted by gloco
I just attended a Better than Ezra show at Iriving Plaza this past Tuesday and three Judas Priest shows in the last 8 days (PNC, Jones Beach and Tweeter Center).

Great shows!
This was a great week to be in NYC with Jazz Fest. It was the main reason I was trying to get to NY this weekend for the meet. Meet all day and music at night.
post #126 of 541
I hardly ever go anymore, but here's off the top of my head. Asterisks mean I've seen them more than once:

Stones*
Who*
U2*
Springsteen*
Dylan*
Talking Heads*
Clash*
Elvis Costello*
B-52's*
R.E.M.*
Allman Bros.*
Replacements
Hoodoo Gurus
Neil Young*
CSN
Jeff Beck*
SRV
Albert Collins
Buddy Guy
B.B. King*
Muddy Waters*
Willie Dixon
Johnny Winter
Yes*
Television
Scruffy The Cat
Dogmatics
Turbines
David Johansen
Violent Femmes*
Pixies*
Tom Petty
J. Geils Band
Chicago
Pretenders
Ramones*
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin
David Bowie*
Blasters*
Cure
PJ Harvey
Lyres
Van Morrison
Lou Reed
Squeeze
The Band
Sonic Youth
Richard Thompson
Lucinda Williams
Happy Mondays
Kinks
And many others I'm forgetting
post #127 of 541
Marley's Ghost
Tim Hockenberry
Freddy Clarke
Grateful Dead (50+)
Phish (10+)
Widespread Panic (10+)
Allman Brothers (10+)
Eta James
James Brown
B.B. King
Big Head Todd
Freddy Jones Band
Crumb
Dave Matthews
Rolling Stones
Pink Floyd
Ramones
Jimmy Cliff
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Los Lobos
Ratdog
The Other Ones
Blues Traveler
Bruce Hornsby
David Grey
John Mayer
George Clinton & P-Funk
Jerry Garcia Band (5+)
Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise
Traffic
The Who
post #128 of 541
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Originally Posted by tyrion
This was a great week to be in NYC with Jazz Fest. It was the main reason I was trying to get to NY this weekend for the meet. Meet all day and music at night.
I was totally unaware that Jazz fest was being held :sad:

I should pay more attention for stuff like this since i like to tape shows...
post #129 of 541
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Originally Posted by gloco
I was totally unaware that Jazz fest was being held :sad:

I should pay more attention for stuff like this since i like to tape shows...
I didn't realize you were a taper. That's pretty cool. Are any of your shows on internet archive? If so, how would I identify them?
post #130 of 541
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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
+

Slayer
Underworld
Laibach
Garbage
Ian Brown
The White Stripes (not impressed)
Fatboy Slim
Apocalyptica (boring)

during four days of this magnificent festival
post #131 of 541
Split Enz
Frank Zappa
Tangerine Dream
Hawkwind
Alex Harvey (the new band)
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band (long after Alex had died)
The Grandmothers
Loop Guru
Ultravox
Greatful Dead
Captain Beefheart
The Cure
The Silencers
Runrig
Crowded House
Midge Ure
Marillion (their last ever gig at Fife Aid, Scotland)
Rush
Neil Young
Queensryche
Blue Oyster Cult
Porcupine Tree
Jah Wobble
Bill Laswell
Texas
John Cooper Clarke (not really music, but what the heck!)
Jan Garbarek
Kraftwerk
Keith Jarret
John Dyson
Alice Cooper
Yes (and Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe)
The Police (supporting Albertos Y Los Trios Paranoias at a university gig)
Robin Williamson

Most of the above were seen at the Glasgow Apollo, Scotland or at Edinburgh Playhouse, although I did make special trips to London to see Yes and Frank Zappa.

Oh, and

Pere Ubu
Miracle Legion
Goodbye Mr Mackenzie (featuring Shirley from Garbage)
post #132 of 541
Even though this thread is a little old, I had a great time thinking about it. Probably left some out but hey, I'm old and 40. Pretty eclectic mix and a couple that are kind of embarrassing although free (like the free Bee Gees tickets).

I had tickets in my hand to the Led Zeppelin tour for In Through the Out Door and got the news that Bonham died. Never got to see one of my favorites.

Pat Metheny Group - many, many times(my favorite)
Pat Metheny Trio - 1
Jethro Tull - 2
Pink Floyd - 2
Kiss - 4
Boston
Aerosmith - 2
Rush - too many times to mention
Journey - 3
Sammy Hagar
Van Halen - 2
The Cars
Buffett - too many times to count
Frank Zappa
Blues Traveler - 2
Derek Trucks Band
Ben Harper
Rolling Stones - 3
Count Basie Orchestra
Ella Fitzgerald
Return to Forever
Al Dimeola
Al Jarreau
Chicago - 2
Buddy Rich
Chuck Mangione - 5
Ted Nugent
Ozzy Osbourne (with Randy Rhoads)
Judas Priest
Iron Maiden
Queen
Michael Stanley Band
Jose Carrera
Whitesnake
Deep Purple
Al Green
Gypsy Kings
Temptations
Elton John
Lynyrd Skynyrd - 2
Rod Stewart
Live - 2
Ian Hunter
Asia
Bryan Adams
Bad Company
Mellencamp when he was just John Cougar
BB King
Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
Alice Cooper
Paul McCartney
REO Speedwagon
Yes
Natalie Merchant
John Fogerty
Neville Brothers
3 Dog Night
John Fogerty
John Waite - solo
The Baby's
Billy Squier
Peter Frampton
Phil Collins
Steely Dan
Skid Row
Stevie Ray Vaughn
America
April Wine
Joe Cocker
4 Tops
Isley Brothers
Earth, Wind and Fire - 4
America
Sade
Bee Gees
Meatloaf
Blackfoot
Eddie Money
Blue Oyster Cult
Rory Gallagher
Doyle Bramhall's Smokestack
Seals and Croft
Kenny Loggins
Tom Jones
Bruce Springsteen - 3
Buddy Guy
Cheap Trick
Chick Corea
The Romantics
Billy Idol
David Bowie
The Police
David Gilmore - solo tour
Dianna Krall
Eric Clapton - got so drunk at one Clapton show that I lost my car :-)
Fohgat
Golden Earring
Genesis
King Crimson
Indigo Girls
Sting
Billy Joel
Styx
The Who
Triumph
post #133 of 541
More than I could ever remember.

Looking back on it all, I wish to God I would have kept the ticket stubs for all the concerts I have been to, but alas I did not. Ashame really.

P.S. Don't you dare blashpeme the Bee Gees! They RAWK!
post #134 of 541
My mostly old-school/classic rock shows:

Bob Seger (local highschool auditorium)
Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels (same show as above)
Bob Seger (Cobo Hall 2x)
Bachman Turner Overdrive
ELO
Aerosmith
Blues Brothers
Doobie Brothers (multiple times, Pine Knob, Clarkston MI)
Van Halen
Elton John (2x)
Blackfoot
The Who
Carlos Santana (4x)
Yes
Peter Frampton
Alice Cooper
Kiss
Chicago
Rare Earth
Tom Petty and the Hearbreakers
Stevie Wonder
Foreigner
Kansas
Heart
Jefferson Starship
Earth, Wind & Fire
Dave Mason
post #135 of 541
An update to my concert profile:

Aerosmith 3 times
Disco Biscuits 14 times
Steve Kimock Band 4 times
Jethro Tull 2 times
Bob Dylan 2 times
Todd Rundgren 8 times
Joe Jackson 4 times
Yes twice
The Allman Brother Band once
Robert Plant once
Eric Clapton twice
The Rolling Stones 2 times
Sir Paul once
Steve Miller Band once
ZZ Top once
The Moody Blues 3 times
Pat Metheny 2 times
Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio 2 times
Sigur Ros 2 times (By this coming Thursday!!)
Les Paul Trio 5 times
The Mahavishnu Orchestra Project 2 times
The Mingus Big Band 3 times
James Carter Organ Trio once
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