Live Concerts you've attended

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BikeFi10

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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #80 on: 25 May 2022, 03:11 pm »
Heres a laugh. In 1978 I was 16. Big fan of the Rolling Stones. They were scheduled to play near me in Chicago. I told my best friend "Weve gotta see the Stones. Theyre in their 30s now getting old and this will probably be the last time they tour" LOL was that the understatment or what! Great show. Looking back Jagger WAS "young" and hyper.

Not so funny, in 1980ish my friend and I had Led Zep tickets. J. Bonham passed. Never saw them.

Then there was Heart in 1980s. My friend Jim's FAVORITE band. As Mott the Hoopel opened Jim slumped over. Took him to Medical. He was out of it.  Too much of something ,but ok. I asked if he could stay there. They said NO take him home. I gathered my other friends and went home. Never saw Heart.


Delta77

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« Reply #81 on: 25 May 2022, 03:34 pm »
The wife and I, have tickets for Thursday (tomorrow) of the 4 day CaliRoots festival..
It gets a little expensive to stay in Monterey during the Memorial Day weekend, especially when there are 45 bands in town for the festival..

So 1 day, is about all we are willing to spend this time around.
There is about 10 bands playing Thursday, but we are only trying to see 4 of them
Eli-Mac
Alborosie
Protoje
Fortunate Youth
Stephen Marley
Dirty Heads

LedZep

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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #82 on: 25 May 2022, 04:19 pm »
No Led Zeppelin unfortunately.

Most impressive one was This Will Destroy You with a lot of distortion guitar in a small pub.

Mike B.

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« Reply #83 on: 25 May 2022, 04:34 pm »
I went to see a Wishbone Ash tribute band last week. I call it a tribute band because only one original member remains. That said, they were very good and did all of the songs on the album Argus to start with.
Next up will be a acoustic Hot Tuna concert in June. I saw the Airplane a couple times and Hot Tuna as well back in the 1970's
For those that mentioned Led Zep I was fortunate to see them 4 times. First show was their second stop on their first American tour. I knew right away they were special.

dpatters

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« Reply #84 on: 25 May 2022, 06:13 pm »
Just saw Madeleine Peyroux at the State Theater May 15th in State College, PA.

Don P

CyberAthlete

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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #85 on: 28 Jun 2022, 07:55 am »
Incubus
Green Day
Oasis
U2
Coldplay
Guns N Roses
Live
Bush
Lupe Fiasco
Chevelle
Adam Levine (well he came to our corporate headquarters for this one. Still counts?)
Snoop Dogg/Wiz Khalifa
Phoenix
Alice In Chains (post Staley)
Kings of Convenience
Roger Waters
A dozen Bollywood and Pakistani artists' concerts
And many more I can't remember them all

Craig B

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« Reply #86 on: 30 Jun 2022, 01:40 pm »
1964: The Tribute (Beatle tribute band)
America (x2)
Muriel Anderson and Jack Pearson
Balsam Range
Bare Naked Ladies
Beach Boys
Blue Highway
Suzy Bogguss (dozens of times)
Karla Bonoff (x2)
The Boxcars
David Bromberg
Jackson Browne (x3)
Jimmy Buffet (x2)
Jethro Burns
Sam Bush (x2)
Mary-Chapin Carpenter
Circa Blue
Eric Clapton
Bruce Cockburn (x4)
Shawn Colvin (x2)
Communist Daughter
Connla
Dailey & Vincent (x2)
Roger Daltry
John Denver
Doobie Brothers
Bob Dylan
Steve Earle
Melissa Etheridge (x2)
Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn
Dan Fogelberg (x3)
Ben Folds (x3)
Fountains of Wayne
Vince Gill, James Burton, Brent Mason and Seymour Duncan
Steve Goodman
'Grass, Food & Lodging (x4)
David Grisman Quintet (x2, once with Tony Rice)
Guster (x8)
Arlo Guthrie
John Hartford
John Hiatt
Heart
Sierra Hull (x2)
Jethro Tull & Wild Turkey (former Tull bassist Glen Cornick's band)
Chris Jones and the Night Riders
Stacey Kent (x2)
Alison Krauss
Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge
Ray Lamontagne
Ramsey Lewis and John Pizzarelli - Nat Cole Trio Tribute Tour
Pat Metheny (x4, with and without the Group)
The Milk Carton Kids
Jane Monheit
Moody Blues
Holly Near and Ronnie Gilbert
New Grass Revival
Nickel Creek
The Other Favorites
Ozark Mountain Daredevils
Christopher Parkening
Itzhak Perlman (x2)
Glen Phillips
Red, White & Blue(Grass) (x2)
REO Speedwagon (1972)
The Roches (x2 in different groupings)
Cathie Ryan
Earl Scruggs Revue
John Sebastian
The Secret Sisters
The Silk Road Ensemble
Nadja Solerno-Sonnenberg
Special Consensus (x2)
Springfield Exit
Steep Canyon Rangers
Stephen Stills & Manassas
John Michael Talbot
Tannahill Weavers
James Taylor
IIIrd Tyme Out
Time for Three (x4)
Toad the Wet Sprocket
Mel Torme
Tony Trischka
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Andre Watts
John Williams and Julian Bream
Brian Wilson

I know there are a bunch I'm forgetting...
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fado

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« Reply #87 on: 30 Jun 2022, 10:46 pm »
In 1965 I took my girlfriend to the Hollywood Bowl to see Joan Baez perform. Towards the end of her performance she stopped and waved someone in from the side of the stage. Some guy came out who she introduced as Bob Dylan. I had never heard of him and his singing didn't sound like any kind of "singing" I had ever heard before. I even apologized to my girlfriend for the lousy end of the Baez concert.

The link below has a footnote indicating the Bob Dylan had opened for Joan Baez at the Hollywood Bowl in 1963. I specifically recall that Bob Dylan came on towards the end of the concert so I am quite sure that it was the 1965 concert that I attended.

http://www.laobserved.com/archive/2011/05/bob_dylan_at_hollywood_bo.php

Jeff_From_Michigan

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« Reply #88 on: 1 Jul 2022, 12:56 pm »
Just saw Samantha Fish last Tuesday.  That young lady can PLAY!