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post #496 of 541

Matisyahu 

The Flaming Lips
Chester French
Panic! At the Disco
Fall Out Boy
Blink 182
Stevie Wonder
John Legend
Rodrigo y Gabriella 
Led Zepplin 2
Collection of Colonies of Bees
Roster Mccabe probably 
Less than Jake 
Hollywood Undead
Jackyl 
Rush 
Yonder Moutain String Band
Kansas
Reo Speedwagon
Rebelution
The Green
Pep Love
The Movement
Skrillex 
Alvin Risk
Dilion Francis
Joe Satriani
Maroon 5
Wiz Khalifa
Tokyo Police Club
Neon Trees
Owl City
Dread Zepplin
Flatfoot 56
MSO Performs Dark Side Of The Moon
The Head and The Heart
Michael Franti and The Spearheads
Herbie Hancock
Primus
Gov't Mule
Phish
Paul Fulton
Tommy Trash
R3hab
Zedd
Steve Aoki
Tiesto
Ziggy Marley
Galactic 
Death Cab For Cutie 
Dan Rodriguz
BB King
Dirty Heads
Passion Pit
Youngblood Hawke
Hollerado
Bro Safari
Datsik
Excision
Anthoney Attalla
Swedish House Mafia
Public Enemy
Gary Clark Jr
Phoenix
Robert Delong
Diplo
Hey Ocean
Blues Travler
Pretty Lights
A-Trak
Umphrey's McGee
Empire of the Sun
Brillz
Papadosio

post #497 of 541
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Originally Posted by Nookt14 View Post
 

Matisyahu 

The Flaming Lips
Chester French
Panic! At the Disco
Fall Out Boy
Blink 182
Stevie Wonder
John Legend
Rodrigo y Gabriella 
Led Zepplin 2
Collection of Colonies of Bees
Roster Mccabe probably 
Less than Jake 
Hollywood Undead
Jackyl 
Rush 
Yonder Moutain String Band
Kansas
Reo Speedwagon
Rebelution
The Green
Pep Love
The Movement
Skrillex 
Alvin Risk
Dilion Francis
Joe Satriani
Maroon 5
Wiz Khalifa
Tokyo Police Club
Neon Trees
Owl City
Dread Zepplin
Flatfoot 56
MSO Performs Dark Side Of The Moon
The Head and The Heart
Michael Franti and The Spearheads
Herbie Hancock
Primus
Gov't Mule
Phish
Paul Fulton
Tommy Trash
R3hab
Zedd
Steve Aoki
Tiesto
Ziggy Marley
Galactic 
Death Cab For Cutie 
Dan Rodriguz
BB King
Dirty Heads
Passion Pit
Youngblood Hawke
Hollerado
Bro Safari
Datsik
Excision
Anthoney Attalla
Swedish House Mafia
Public Enemy
Gary Clark Jr
Phoenix
Robert Delong
Diplo
Hey Ocean
Blues Travler
Pretty Lights
A-Trak
Umphrey's McGee
Empire of the Sun
Brillz
Papadosio

I like the wide ranging varieties of music  :beyersmile:

post #498 of 541

Local H (3 times)

Marcy Playground

Damon Johnson (Vocalist and guitarist of Brother Cane)

Dinosaur Jr.

Peter Frampton

Streetlight Manifesto

Atlanta Rhythm Section (went with my dad)

Steve Miller Band (After a Braves game)

The Dirty Guv'nahs

 

I think that's about it. I might be seeing Built to Spill on Thursday.

post #499 of 541

i just went to my first concert this summer... idk what took me so long mainly lack of good friends to go with I'm 21 now.. missed so much good acts the past two years though im pissed!. My girlfriend and I since this past summer (2013)

GTA

Danny Avila

Morgan Page (awesome!)

Zeds Dead (twice)

Kaskade (best show thus far)

Tommy Trash

Wolfgang Gartner

Doctor P

Destroid

Bass Kleph

12th planet

 

 

 

 

Possibly seeing Pretty Lights soon, already bought tickets to see Dirty South, and hoping to have cash to buy tickets to see armin van buuren in nyc in march..


Edited by jam3s121 - 10/24/13 at 8:11pm
post #500 of 541

Dashboard Confessional

Incubus

Muse 

Some local San Diego radio show concerts at Coors Ampitheatre. 

 

Those three bands mentioned were terrific live, especially Muse back in 2007 before they got real popular. I never knew how much noise can come from just three people. By far the best out of the limited concerts I've been too.

post #501 of 541

Elton John

ELP

Talking Heads (3)

B-52’s (4)

Elvis Costello

Foghat

FM

Molly Hatchet

Jethro Tull (3)

Kansas

Kraftwerk

Dixie Dregs

Depeche Mode (2)

UB40 (2)

Genesis (4)

Peter Gabriel (3)

Laurie Anderson (2)

ZZ Top

Willie Nelson

Thompson Twins

Frank Zappa (Went by myself!! None of my friends were interested! Fools!!!!)

Rush (2)

Yes (2)

Journey (2)

Santana

The Who

Foreigner

Supertramp

The Cars (2)

Van Halen

Outlaws (4)

Devo

Manheim Steamroller

Deee-Lite

Sting

Steely Dan

The Pretenders

Earth Wind & Fire

Ted Nugent

Roxy Music (2)

Cindy Lauper

Bella Fleck, Stanley Clarke & Jean Luc Ponty

Melissa Ethridge

Seal (2)

Rod Stewart

CeCe Penniston

Phil Collins (2)

Robert Gordon

George Benson

Lee Ritenour

Stevie Wonder (2)

Talk Talk

Midnight Oil

Donna Summer

Crowded House

Number of times seen in parenthesis.

 

Wow....that really hurt trying to remember them all!!! I am sure I have overlooked a few.

post #502 of 541

^^ I'm really impressed I missed The Cars, dammit multiple times I could have seen them.

 

The word at the time was too technical and boring and not enough emotion.

 

So I saw Springsteen 3X's,  I would trade two of those for The Cars once, The Springsteen "The River" tour show in Carbondale, Ill I'll keep.

 

So I've spent the rest of my life buying all The Cars live albums and videos and multiple bootlegs, the ''84-85 Houston show is amazing.

 

:beerchug: Very nice list of shows, I'm so jealous if I could have only seen The Cars with Ben Orr once.

post #503 of 541
4 Gabriel & 3 Genesis!
Nice...
post #504 of 541

America

B.B. King (2)

Billy Joel (4)

Black Sabbath

Blue Oyster Cult

Bo Diddley

Bob Welch

Bonnie Raitt (2)

Bruce Springsteen (5)

Buddy Guy (2)

Carly Simon

The Cars

Charlie Daniels Band (3)

Chuck Mangione

Claude Bolling Trio

Crosby & Nash

Crosby, Stills, & Nash (3)

Dan Fogelberg (2)

Daryl Hall & John Oates

David Bromberg (3)

Dick Dale

Dickie Betts & Great Southern (2)

Doobie Brothers

Emerson, Lake, & Palmer

Fleetwood Mac

Frank Zappa

Genesis (5)

Grateful Dead

Harry Chapin

Heart

House of Blues

Jethro Tull

Kenny Loggins & Pousette Dart Band

Kenny Rodgers

Kiss (3)

Leslie West

Lou Reed

Marshall Tucker Band

McGuinn, Clarke, & Hillman (Byrds)

Moody Blues (4)

NRPS (2)

Oak Ridge Boys

Orleans

Outlaws

P. D. Q. Bach

Pablo Cruise

Peter Gabriel (3)

Peter Tosh

Pink Floyd

Renaissance

Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow

Ritchie Furay

Roomful of Blues (James Cotton)

Simon & Garfunkel (2)

Skyhooks

Spirogyra

Steve Miller Band

Todd Rundgren & Utopia

UK

Uriah Heep

Van Halen

The Who

Yes (2)

 

Sorry Rumay, I managed to see the Cars in their heyday (Thanksgiving weekend 1980) 2 days after seeing Springsteen at the same arena. So, didn't have to sacrifice 1 for the other ;) 

post #505 of 541
Last night? My Bloody Valentine! wow, loud...impressive show
post #506 of 541

Out of curiosity.....Has anyone else been to a concert by themselves? The Zappa show was the only show I had gone to alone!! My friends weren't interested but I had to see what this guy was all about. I am so glad I went!! He put on an awesome show!!!

post #507 of 541
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Sorry Rumay, I managed to see the Cars in their heyday (Thanksgiving weekend 1980) 2 days after seeing Springsteen at the same arena. So, didn't have to sacrifice 1 for the other ;) 

Springsteen was playing here in the Washington DC, Capital Center if I recall, the same night Kraftwerk was playing at the Warner Theater. My neighborhood friends, the same ones that wouldn't  go to Zappa, went to Springsteen and I went to Kraftwerk with a school friend. I'm glad I did. The crowd alone was a show!! It was the most eclectic group of people I had ever seen assembled together in one place! The show was very cool! Kraftwerk had a wall of neon lights as there backdrop producing intense colors. They opened with a chest pounding version of Numbers! The sound was incredible, the sights wild!! It was a good time!!! I always leaned a little to the left anyway! I still would like to have seen Springsteen.....I still have time!

post #508 of 541
All "the boss's" shows that I've seen have been great. That's cool that you saw Kraftwerk...a group I wish I'd seen.

Brings up a topic related to this thread's core topic: performers I wish I'd seen. First thoughts are:
Hendrix
Doors
Stones
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Guns & Roses
Police
U2
Zeppelin

Prob think of more after I post this wink.gif
post #509 of 541
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Brings up a topic related to this thread's core topic: performers I wish I'd seen. First thoughts are:


 

My biggest regret is having never seen:

 

Pink Floyd

 

Other concerts I wish I had gone to:

 

The Police

ELO

Thomas Dolby

Gary Numan and the Tubeway Army

Genesis when Peter Gabriel was their singer!!

Sex Pistols

Slim Pickens

 

A little before my time but wish I had seen:

 

The Beatles

Jimi Hendrix

 

Another concert I did go to that is not on my list:

 

Styx

post #510 of 541
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Originally Posted by marine-boy2 View Post
 

Out of curiosity.....Has anyone else been to a concert by themselves?

 

Probably a couple hundred times. In fact, twice in the last two months I was not only there without friends, but I was the only audience member who showed up at the concert. Now THAT is awkward! (I write concert reviews for two different websites - my blog and a punk/DIY sort of online 'zine - and I ended up writing a review of that show for both of them, making it possibly the only concert in history to have more reviews written about it than there were people in attendance.)

 

I go to a lot of concerts and I like a lot of different genres of music, so it is hard to find friends who are interested in everything I go to. E.g. I only have one friend in the area who likes contemporary classical music, so if he can't or doesn't want to go, I'm on my own for those shows. And frankly most of my friends are sick of me inviting them to concerts, so I kinda gave up trying, unless it is something I really specifically think one of them would especially like.

 

I think at this point the majority of my friends are people I met at concerts, actually... since I go alone so often I tend to chat with people sitting near me or if another person is there alone we might end up hanging out, etc. Facebook makes it easy to keep up with people that you meet like that, and then the next time a band you both like is playing you can go together instead of alone. I made a really last-minute decision (less than 24 hour advance notice) to travel alone to see a band for a couple of east coast dates in NYC and Philadelphia - and it turned out someone I'd met once at a show in Greenwich Village was going to the Philly show and had an extra ticket for me. And I ran into no less than seven people I knew from other concerts at the NYC show (which was especially ridiculous because I think that room only holds about 80 people).

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