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post #16 of 541
JMT reminded me of a few:

Cold Blood
Average White Band
Loggins and Messina
Chuck Mangione

Edit:

The Doobie Brothers
Eric Clapton
Aerosmith
post #17 of 541
Am I only the only one on this board who has never been to a live concert?

I have also never seen any Star Wars movie *ducks*
post #18 of 541
donovansmith,
dont worry, my g/f hasnt seen them either. apparently you guys must get a lot of grief for not having seen those movies....

I've only been to a few concerts, most within the last year or two, and mostly multi-act tours

Metallica & G N R - joint tour
Metallica
Area One: Moby, Outkast, the Roots, New Order
Smokin Groves: Outkast, the Roots, Jurassic 5
Jurassic 5 solo tour (twice)
The Roots Phrenology tour
post #19 of 541
I have seen:
Millencolin
the Offspring "Americana"
Big Day Out 2000 [or 1999, I can't remember which] where I saw RHCP, Atari Teenage Riot [], Shihad, and a few others which weren't so great so I don't remember them. I wish I had hearing protection then.. :|
post #20 of 541
Gads...this is going to be tough to remember

The Cars
Cheap Trick
Chicago
Phil Collins
Alice Cooper
Marshall Crenshaw
Def Leppard
Depeche Mode
Dire Straits
The Doobie Brothers
A Flock of Seagulls
Foghat
Peter Gabriel
Genesis
The Go Go's
INXS
Donnie Iris
Cub Koda
Heart
Billy Joel
Elton John
Judas Priest
The Kinks
Ted Nugent
Ozzy Ozzborne
The Police
REM
REO Speedwagon
The Rolling Stones
Rush
Santana
Bob Segar
Bruce Springsteen
Billy Squier
Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band
Pat Travers Band
U2
Van Halen
The Who


That's all I can remember for now...I'll probably have to edit it later.
post #21 of 541
Hmm i've been to quite a few here goes:

Lost Prophets
Hundred Reasons x 4
Bush
Moby
Smashing Pumpkins
Amen
Ash
At The Drive in
Clutch
Deftones x 2
Douglas
Easy World
Eels
Fear Factory x 2
Feeder x 2
Glassjaw
Kill2this
Korn
Queens of the stone age x 3
Linkin Park
Little Hell
Marilyn Manson
System Of A Down
Melvins
A perfect circle
Tool x 3
Nine Inch Nails
Silverchair
Sparta
Somethign For Kate
Powderfinger
Foo Fighters
King Adora
Lowgold
Cold Play x 2
Incubus x 2
Pitchshifter
..And you will know us by the trail of dead
Audioslave
My Vitriol

They are the ones i can remember i would love to be able to see:

Sigur Ros
Radiohead
Godspeed you black emporer
Kyuss
The Pixies
post #22 of 541
How about a concert in Diamond Head crater? Those were fun.
post #23 of 541

Police
The Who
Rolling Stones (3x)
Paul McCartney
Bob Dylan (2x)
Boomtown Rats
Gowan
B-52s
Oingo Boingo
Joe C ocker
Alice Cooper (2x)
Frank Zappa (3x)
Flo and Eddie
Genesis (3x)
Peter Gabriel solo (2x)
Phil Collins solo
Roxy Music (2x)
Brian Ferry solo (2x)
Pink Floyd (2 x)
Talking Heads (2x)
Roger Waters solo
David Gilmour solo
Wall of Voodoo
Mountain
Foghat
Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels
Silverchair
Roy Buchanon
Beck Bogart & Apiece
Howlin' Wolf
Willie Dixon
Alanna Miles
Buddy Miles
Robert Cray Band

Al Dimeola
Live
Mike and the Mechanics
Max Webster
Kim Mitchell solo
Moxy
Soul Survivors
Tom Cochrane & Red Rider
Blue Rodeo
Prairie Oyster
Frank Sinatra
Nancy Sinatra (she was terrible ... opened for dad)
John Hammond
Vassar Clements
Bare Naked Ladies (2x)
Bruce Springsteen (3x)
John Cougar Melloncamp (3x)
The Cure
The Spinners
Humble Pie
Dave Mason (2x)
Lighthouse
Paupers
Mandala
Stitch 'n Time
Ugly Ducklings
U2 (3x)
Ronnie Lane's benefit concert NYC (featuring Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Paul Rodgers, Joe C ocker, Jeff Beck, Steve Winwood, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Kenney Jones, Pete Townsend, Jan Hammer, + more)
Van Morrison
Spirit
Neil Young & Crazyhorse (2x)
Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
Kinks (2x)
Peter Frampton
Gentle Giant
Rod Stewart
Heart
Robin Trower
David Bowie (4x)
Supertramp (2x)
Styx
The Cars (2x)
10 CC
Queen
Boston
Jethro Tull (3x)
Santana (2x)
Aerosmith (when they were still junkies)
Lou Reed (2x)
Strawbs (2x)
Blue Oyster Cult
Hall & Oates
City Boy (2x)
Eagles (2x)
Trooper
Jackson Browne (3x)
Black Oak Arkansas (2x)
Murray Head
Cory Hart
Simple Minds
Gary U.S. Bonds (2x)
Foreigner
Lou Gramm solo
Tom Petty (3x)
Partland Brothers
Moody Blues (2x)
Orchestral Manouvers in the Dark
Ian Hunter (2x)
Atlanta Rhythm Section
Commodores
Temptations
Doobie Bros
Kansas
Ozark Mtn. Daredevils (2x)
Village People
Wha-Koo
Prism
Triumph
Rush
Linda Ronstadt
Robert Palmer
Cheap Trick
Elvis Costello
Meat Loaf (2x)
Eric Clapton (2x)
Dire Straits (2x)
Tubes (2 x)
Todd Rundgren (2x)
Steve Miller Band
Don Henley solo
Lee Aaron
Jeff Healey
Colin James
Bruce Hornsby
Steve Winwood
Big Sugar (2x)
Melissa Etheridge
Be Bop Deluxe
McKenna Mendolson Mainline
Mendolson Joe (solo)
Souther Hillman Fury Band
Electric Light Orchestra (2x)
Ringo Star's allstars
Magna Carta
Jeff Beck (2x)
Manfred Mann
Bow Wow Wow
Leon Redbone
Leon Russell
Poco
Firefall
Allman Brothers (2x)
Deep Purple
Ted Nugent
Eurythmics
The Guess Who
BTO
Savoy Brown
Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show (2x)
3 Dog Night
Dexys Midnight Runners - (on a Mississippi riverboat out of New Orleans)
Madness
JJ Cale
Loggins & Mesina
Shawn Phillips
Carole Pope & Rough Trade
Dominic Triano
Martin Mull (mostly comedy but he did sing and play ukelele
Perth County Conspiracy
ZZ Top
Black Sabbath
Ozzy Osbourne solo
Louden Wainwright III
Gino Vanelli
Crowbar
Wayne Newton (sorry)
Peter Noone (Herman's Hermits)
Mickie Dolenz (Monkees)
Flash in the Pan
Shirelles
Yes
AC/DC
Little River Band
Asia
Men At Work (thanks ServinginEquador)
Thin Lizzy
Nazareth
Devo
Rory Galagher
Henry Lee Summer
Crowded House
Oscar Peterson - in a hotel suite with only 5 other people.
Elvin Bishop
Rock & Hyde
Love & Rockets
Pretenders
Bruce Co ckburn
Amanda Marshall
Ian Thomas
Blue Oyster Cult
Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes with Teddy Pendergrass (6x)
Saga
UltraVox
Chuck Mangione (couldn't take it...left early.)
Finger Eleven
Goddo
Joe Jackson
J. Geils Band
Van Halen
Emmerson, Lake, and Palmer
Ian Drury and the Blockheads
King's X
Mashmakhan
Boston
Marshall Tucker Band
Tea Party
Dean McTaggart (High school friend...wrote Amanda Marshall's biggest hits: Darkhorse, Last Exit to Eden, etc.)
Blind Boys of Alabama
Webber Brothers
Ronnie Hawkins ( 4x )
Cameo Blues Band
Downchild Blues Band
Buddy Guy
Tragically Hip
Nickelback
Johnny Winter
James Cotton
M83
The Killers

Chris Isaak

Eagles of Death Metal (2x)
and others I can't remember at the moment.


Also: Lou Rawls, Aretha Franklin, Hudson Brothers, and Abba but only because as a former part time limo driver, I drove them to their concerts. Had tickets to see Harry Chapin but he cancelled then died a few months later. Also, Vladimir Horowitz asked me if I wanted to watch his concert at Massey Hall from backstage, but was too stupid to take advantage of it....didn't realize who he was at the time.

post #24 of 541
Quote:
Originally posted by Hirsch
Golden Palominos
Ooooh...what were they like???
post #25 of 541
Quote:
Originally posted by stymie miasma
Ooooh...what were they like???
Downright amazing. This was around the time of "Blast of Silence". Syd Straw was the vocalist at that point. Bernie Worrell was on keyboard, Anton Fier on drums (of course), and more guitars than anyone knew what to with (Jody Harris, Peter Blegvad, and Nicky Skopelitis). Either Matthew Sweet or Robert Kidney played bass (can't remember), and the other was the fourth guitar player. Syd Straw was actually able to stay on top of that barrage of guitars, which was stunning.
post #26 of 541
Smash Mouth
Soul Coughing
Snoop Dogg X2
Puff Daddy - No Way Out tour (various hiphop artists)
Jammin 95.5 Summer Jam (various hiphop artists)
Yanni X2 (Tribute and Ethnicity)
Jurassic 5 - Power in Numbers
Taj Mahal (singing about the coconut tree...GARBAGE!!!)
Walter Trout
Jim Mesi (local blues band)
The Dolomites (had to put a plug in for my brother's local band


This past weekend I saw Jessica Simpson, but actually that's not even worth mentioning At least it didn't cost me anything.
post #27 of 541
Quote:
Originally posted by mbriant
The Australian band that did "Land Down Under" (forget name)
Men at Work
post #28 of 541
Quote:
Originally posted by Hirsch
Downright amazing. This was around the time of "Blast of Silence". Syd Straw was the vocalist at that point. Bernie Worrell was on keyboard, Anton Fier on drums (of course), and more guitars than anyone knew what to with (Jody Harris, Peter Blegvad, and Nicky Skopelitis). Either Matthew Sweet or Robert Kidney played bass (can't remember), and the other was the fourth guitar player. Syd Straw was actually able to stay on top of that barrage of guitars, which was stunning.
Excellent - so far I only have Pure in my collection, how does their older material compare?
post #29 of 541
Def Leppard x 7
Scorpions x 6
Larry Carlton x 4
Suzanne Vega x 3
Paul McCartney x 2
Bruce Springsteen x 2
Eagles
Earth Wind & Fire
Night Ranger
Bobby Caldwell
Little River Band
Jefferson Starship
Vanessa Williams
Phil Collins
Hiroshima
Stylistics, O'Jays, The Whispers
Elvin Jones and Roy Haynes
Brothers Johnson
David Sanborn
George Benson
Camper Van Beethoven
Billy Joel x 3
David Benoit
Yes
Gateway Trio
Jack DeJohnette x 2
Bill Bruford and Earthworks
Manhattens
The Cars
Al Jarreau
Boston
Bryan Adams x 2
Journey
Damn Yankees
Bad Company
George Micheal
Whitney Houston
Jeffery Osborne
Acoustic Alchemy
Steely Dan
Maze w/ Frankie Beverly
Hiroshima
June Kuramoto
Temptations
Barry Manilow
Candy Dulfer
James Taylor
Michael Bolton
Bonnie Raitt
Bruce Hornsby
The Rippingtons
AC DC
Deep Purple
Ronnie James Dio
38 Special
War
Confunkshun
America
Richard Marx
Fourplay
Marrillon
Jackson Browne
Keith Washington
Blue Magic
Will Downing
Kenny G
Kool & The Gang
After 7
Sting
Avril Lavigne

When I was younger, it was the only way for me to get dates.
post #30 of 541
Rush (my 1st concert)
Oingo Boingo (2x)
Tubes (2x)
DEVO
David Bowie
Wall of Voodoo
Camper Van Beethoven
T.S.O.L.
Green River
Black Flag
Love and Rockets
X
Robyn Hitchcock (2x)
They Might Be Giants (3X)
Thompson Twins
Duran Duran
Fixx
Van Halen (1984)
Metallica (3X) Black Album Tour was the last time
The Police
The B-52's
Pink Floyd (the lame 1994 tour)
Rolling Stones
Lollapalooza #1
Jane's Addiction
Violent Femmes
Souixsee and the Banshees
Ice T's Body Count
Queensriche
Green Day
Mudhoney
Michelle Shocked (2x)
Garth Brooks
Alabama
Vince Gill (3x) (Wife's favorite)

Radiohead (2x) the last 2 tours
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