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post #76 of 739
At my age I have been to a ton of concerts. Most recently.....The Cure thursday in Atlanta.
post #77 of 739
Hi hciman77,

I was about to make fun of you for your attendance at a Devo's concert when I saw on your list Phil Manzanera and Brian Eno.....


P.S. Could have writen the same post with Lena Lovich and Van Der Graaf...
post #78 of 739
Just recently started going to live shows.

Went for the people not for bands here:
-A bunch of 80's bands like dokken in '03
-Finch, Hoobastank, and AFI also in '03
Went for the bands:
-Metallica and Godsmack last March
-Iced Earth In May
-A Perfect Circle in June

Desprately waiting for Tool to start touring again.
post #79 of 739
Sammy Hagar
Van Halen
Iron Maiden
Neil Diamond
Doobie Brothers
Kingdom Come
The Corrs
The Knack
Def Leppard
Fabulous T-Birds
Dream Theater
Black Sabbath
Black Crowes

Hmm, more but I forget, must be due to extreme short term memory loss at the time, heheh...
post #80 of 739
Led Zepplin
the who
the police
bob dylan
stevie wonder
jefferson airplane and starship
too short
todd rudgren
lynard skynard
little feat
ozark mountain daredevils
edgar winter
cheap trick
crosby stills nash and young
neil young and crazy horse
allman brothers
reo speed wagon
bb king
eric clapton
dr. john
jackson browne
38 special
and several more still have the ticket stubs from most of the shows moving at the moment and cant put my hands on them at the time
post #81 of 739
In no particular order

frank zappa many times
miles davis many times
fleetwood mac (two different versions of the band)
jefferson airplane and starship with and without papa john creech
peter gabriel many times
genesis many times
wynton marsalis (both classical and jazz)
emerson lake & palmer
phil collins
duke ellington
dizzy gillespie
pat metheny
joni mitchell a few times
chicago symphony orchestra more times than i can count
roxy music
jethro tull
elton john
chick corea many times including RTF
supertramp (didn't see anyone mention this)
pink floyd
roger waters
doobie brothers
talking heads
david bowie
elvis costello
gary neuman (am i the only one who saw him?)
lena lovich
ricky lee jones
todd rundgren
Big Bad Voodo Daddy
Sun Ra
Leo Kotke
John Fahee
itzak perlman performing with 5 different jewish bands

and probably at least a dozen more.
post #82 of 739
supertramp (didn't see anyone mention this)
I did. Saw them twice. One of my all-time favourite bands. Their live shows sounded just like their well produced albums.
post #83 of 739
Originally Posted by kevin gilmore

gary neuman (am i the only one who saw him?)
Hi Mr Gilmore,

In response to your question: probably, but you had the chance to meet hciman77 at the Devo's concert...

Must admit that Todd Rundgren is a A+ on your superb list.

post #84 of 739
Lets see... most recently Patti Smith.

Others in a sordid past:

Sex Pistols (Filthy Lucre tour)
REM when they were still a college band
Peter Gabriel several times
King Crimson several times
Talking Heads
Paul McCartney and Wings (forgive me, it was for a girl)
Roxy Music
Brian Ferry solo (long ago with Phil Manzanera and Chris Spedding)
Joe Jackson
John Cale
Lou Reed
David Bowie
Iggy Pop (the Idiot tour with Bowie on keyboards)
Rocket from the Tombs
Kinky Friedman
Oingo Boingo
The Kinks
The Who
Ian Hunter

I'm sure there must be more but the mind fades with age....

post #85 of 739
I will add Mariah Carey since my last post in this thread.
post #86 of 739
Wow. Incredible lineup of concerts.
At age 18, my list is:

Al Di Meola 2x
Jimmy Smith @ age 80
Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland, Brian Blade
Dave Brubeck
Chick Corea > was not good.
Also, the last two Sziget festivals: Morcheeba, Lamb, Skatalites, BVSC, Massive Attack, ect.

My dad got tickets for a supertramp concert once(6 years ago), but I had to go to german camp. Boo-hoo
post #87 of 739
Wow, I haven't seen this thread in so long.

I haven't been to any new concerts since I last posted, however, I am planning on see DMB next weekend.
post #88 of 739
Nothing amazing:

Kid Rock
Powerman 5000
System of a Down

Wow, I know

I dont even like any of these bands anymore
post #89 of 739

J.Geils Band/Edgar Winter/Gary Wright
Yes [x2]
Beck, Bogart and Appice
David Bowie [x5]
Mott the Hoople/Aerosmith [x2]/Queen [x2]
Jethro Tull/Brewer and Shipley
Savoy Brown
Moody Blues
Uriah Heep
Ten Years After
Manfred Mann's Earth Band
Alice Cooper [x3]
Gary Neuman
Led Zeppelin [x3]
Pink Floyd [x4]
The Clash
The Rolling Stones [x4]/Foreigner
The Kinks
The Strawbs
Grand Funk Railroad
Peter Frampton
Wishbone Ash
Electric Light Orchestra
Jefferson Starship
Be Bop Deluxe
The Steve Miller Band
Steve Winwood
The Pretenders
Little River Band
Dave Mason
The Go Go's
The Tubes
Robert Palmer
Steeleye Span
The Doobie Brothers
Bachman, Turner Overdrive
Ted Nugent
REO Speedwagon
Bob Segar
ZZ Top/Foghat
Marshal Tucker Band
Blue Oyster Cult
Robin Trower/Rush/Golden Earring
Rod Stewart
Paul McCartney and Wings
Sting [x3]/Chris Botti/Annie Lennox
Eric Clapton [x2]/Robert Randolph and the Family Band
Roxy Music
Live-Aid [Philadelphia] - can't remember all of the bands...
Bryan Ferry [x2]
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Santana [x4]/Rusted Root
The Cure [x3]
U2 [x7]/DJ Shadow/Primus/PJ Harvey/Stereophonics/Muse
Phil Collins
Rory Gallagher
Johnny Winter
Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Journey/Van Halen/Montrose
Fleetwood Mac
Lou Reed [x2]
Nine Inch Nails/A Perfect Circle
Emerson, Lake, and Palmer
Neil Young/Sonic Youth
Robert Plant [x2]/Stevie Ray Vaughn/Soundtrack Of Our Lives
James Taylor
Dire Straits
Thompson Twins
The Fixx
Peter Gabriel
Joe Jackson
Little Feat
Al Stewart
The Cars
Donna The Buffalo [X2]
Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
Massive Attack
The Blue Man Group
Loreena McKennitt
Arcade Fire [X2] -  [Neon Bible / The Suburbs]
The Police
R.E.M./Modest Mouse/The National
Van Morrison
David Byrne [X2]/DeVotchKa
Buckwheat Zydeco
Preservation Hall Jazz Band

The Dave Matthews Band/Martin Sexton

Laurie Anderson

Roger Waters [X2] -  [Dark Side Of The Moon / The Wall]

Iron & Wine

Neil Young [X2]

Carolina Chocolate Drops [x2]

Blind Pilot/Cotton Jones

Hot Tuna (Acoustic)

Radiohead [X2]/Caribou

The Lumineers

Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog

Tommy Emmanuel

Jorma Kaukonen/Peter Mulvey

There are others, but that's all that I can think of right now...whew

Edited by DLeeWebb - 10/7/12 at 9:06am
post #90 of 739
Most recent:

Velvet Revolver
Eric Clapton's Crossroad Guitar Festival
Jonny Lang

Others (off the top of my head):

Al Di Meola (Al, Chick, and Paco together - amazing)
Alan Jackson
Alice in Chains
April Wine
BB King
Big Bad Voodo Daddy
Big Head Todd and the Monsters
Black Sabbath
Blue Oyster Cult
Brandford Marsalis
Brooks and Dunn
Buddy Guy
Chick Corea (Al, Chick, and Paco together - amazing)
Clint Black
David Bowie (a true showman)
David Sanborn
Duran Duran
Dwight Yokam
Eric Johnson (you would have sworn that it was his CD he is so accurate)
George Lynch (sans Dokken)
George Straight
Great White
Guns and Roses
Jeff Beck
Jimmie Vaughan (many times - smooth as silk)
Jimmy Buffet
Joe King Carasco (I lost count - plus there were adult beverages involved)
Joe Satriani
Kingdom Come
Lyle Lovett
Nine Inch Nails (on Halloween no less - crazy)
Ozzy (w/Randy Rhodes - man what a loss)
Paco de Lucia (Al, Chick, and Paco together - amazing)
Pat Matheny (several times)
Point Blank
Robert Plant
Rush (several times)
Sammy Hagar
Steve Vai
Stevie Ray Vaughan (many times - one of the best live)
Tangerine Dream (this was a wicked bad concert and no I didn't inhale)
Van Halen
Wynton Marsalis (several times)
ZZ Top (more times than I can count)
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