Live Concerts you've attended

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GregC

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #20 on: 30 Jul 2018, 02:16 am »
Made my head hurt trying to remember all of the shows, but here is what I came up with.  Many bands I have seen multiple occasions such as the Grateful Dead that I saw at least 40 times.

AC/DC
Al Di Meola
Alman Brothers
B.B. King
Bela Fleck
Ben Harper
Black Crows
Blues Traveler
Bob Dylan
Bob Weir
Bridge School 15 (Performers included: Neil Young and Crazy Horse, R.E.M., Pearl Jam, Tracy Chapman, Billy Idol, Dave Matthews, Ben Harper, and Jill Sobule)
Bridge School 17 (Performers included: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Willie Nelson, Pearl Jam, Indigo Girls, Wilco, Counting Crows, Incubus, and Dashboard Confessional)
Bridge School 23 (Performers included: Neil Young, No Doubt, Chris Martin, Sheryl Crow, Fleet Foxes, Wolfmother, Gavin Rossdale, Monsters of Folk, and Jimmy Buffett)
Bridge School 24 (Performers included: Buffalo Springfield, Pearl Jam, Elvis Costello, Kris Kristofferson, Modest Mouse, Grizzly Bear, Lucinda Williams, Billy Idol, Jackson Browne & David Lindley, and Emmylou Harris)
Bridge School 25 (Performers included: Neil Young, Arcade Fire, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, Tony Bennett, Foo Fighters, Eddie Vedder, Mumford & Sons, Los Invisibles featuring Carlos Santana, Cindy Blackman Santana & Guests, Beck, Norah Jones and The Little Willies, and Devendra Banhart)
Bridge School 30 (Performers included: Neil Young, Metallica, Roger Waters, Dave Matthews, My Morning Jacket, Willie Nelson, Norah Jones, Cage the Elephant, Nils Lofgren)
Buddy Guy
Chris Isaak
Chris Robinson (Black Crows)
Collective Soul
Counting Crows
Cowboy Junkies
Croby Stills and Nash
Dark Star Orchestra
Dave Mason
Dave Mathews and Tim Reynolds
Dave Mathews Band
David Crosby
David Grisman
Def Leppard
Disturbed
Doobie Brothers
Dweezil Zappa
Eek a Mouse
Elton John
Eric Clapton
Fiona Apple
Fleetwood Mac
Furthur
Georgia Satelites
Gipsy Kings
Godsmack
Grateful Dead
Heart
Hot Tuna
Israel Vibration
Jack Johnson
Jackson Browne
Jacky Greene
Jefferson Starship
Jerry Garcia Band
Jethro Tull
Jewel
Jimmy Cliff
Joe Cocker
Johnny Lang
Jorma
Jose Feliciano
Kansas
Live
Los Lobos
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Macy Gray
Madonna
Mark Knopfler
Metallica
Mutabaruka
Norah Jones
Pat Benatar
Paul McCartney
Pearl Jam
Peter Frampton
Phish
Pink Floyd
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Robert Cray Band
Roger Waters
Rush
Santana
Scorpions
Shelby Lynne
Spyro Gyra
Steel Pulse
Steve Miller
Stone Temple Pilots
The Monkees
The Police
The Pretenders
Third World
Tom Petty
Toots and the Maytals
Twinkle Brothers
Wailers
Yann Tiersen
Yes
Yonder Mountain String Band
Ziggy Marley
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mr_bill

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #21 on: 30 Jul 2018, 02:48 am »
Holy cow

squirrel_nut

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #22 on: 31 May 2019, 05:03 am »
as some have said, too many to remember or list.

my first show was as a 3-4 grader at Chicago's Ravinia Field. my parents took me to see Ike and Tina Turner.
the first concert i paid for was in Chattanooga Tn with Rush warming up for Kansas. it should have been the
other way around.

the best times i had were always at smaller venues...
X at Club Foot in Austin
The Big Boys or The Dicks at Raul's in Austin

the most amazing performances would be either:
a night with Frank Zappa & the Mothers in Dallas   -and-
Muddy Waters in Austin. he warmed up for Clapton. sitting on a stool he mesmerized the crowd and
put Clapton's later performance to shame.

MttBsh

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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #23 on: 31 May 2019, 05:25 am »
Not quite as many concerts as GregC above, but I did see a lot of shows back in the 70s, my favorite was Jethro Tull on their Thick as a Brick tour June 11, 1972. The week before, on June 4th I saw the Rolling Stones at the same venue, and the week after, June 19th, Led Zeppelin, but it was Tull that really blew the roof off of the Seattle Center Coliseum. The Mahavishnu Orchestra a few months later was another exceptional concert experience. I have to say that for me, 1972 was the peak year for live music, and I was just a 16 year old kid.

FireGuy

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #24 on: 31 May 2019, 01:29 pm »
Yikes.  Impressive attendance for sure for some in this thread.  Can only say I'm in awe.

My list... a fraction.  With that said,  these two for me were just superior in all respects.  So good in fact I would see them weekly for the next ten years if possible.

Delain &

Nightwish









Woodsea

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #25 on: 1 Jun 2019, 03:22 am »
My first in 84 was Def Lepard in Seattle
AC/DC Angus is a beast never left the stage
Chicago
Phil Collins Not sure if he did not play every instrument on the stage
Kiss crowd was 6 to 60 years of age...the year they first went sans make up
Rush first time front row '87?  Next their swan song show in Vancouver with my 17yr old daughter (her friends were going to One Direction the same night)
Scorpions around mid 80's and then 2006 in Ulaanbaatar Mongolia
Judas Priest is he gay?, cool the man has pipes
Elton John in Seattle and then in Columbus Ohio about 15 years apart
Queensryche a couple of times the latter at the Gorge in George with the Love Mongers
Sting at the Gorge
Yes at the Gorge
BB King a small venue 70 of us in NYC
Nearly Neal (Diamond) in West Vancouver
Sammy Hagar pre Van Halen
Robert Plant amazing stage presence
Huey Lewis and the News at a bicycle show
White Snake (I have the t-shirt I do not remember the show)
Quiet Riot/Ratt   please don't spit on me, cuz that is all I can remember of this dismal show...the lead singer spitting on the stage.
Smashing Pumpkins another small venue...tickets bought before they became huge




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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #26 on: 29 Dec 2019, 10:27 pm »
Pink Floyd, ZZ-Top, Tool, Robert Plant, Moody Blues, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Ozzy

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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #27 on: 30 Dec 2019, 02:31 am »
Mose Allison
Jeff Beck
Dickey Betts and Great Southern
Black Oak Arkansas (just horrible)
Blue Oyster Cult
Roy Buchanon
Joe Cocker
Foghat
Hot Tuna
King Crimson
The Kinks
Pink Floyd
Peter Frampton
Dave Mason
Maria Muldaur
New Riders of the Purple Sage
Lou Reed
Leon Russell
Santana
Patti Smith
Ten Years Later
Thin Lizzy
George Thorogood
Edgar Winter
Johnny Winter
Dweezil Zappa (three times)
Frank Zappa (probably 10 times)

I'm sure there's more but that's all I can recall off the top of my head.
Concerts have just gotten to be way too expensive and too far away from where I currently live.

Slam

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #28 on: 30 Dec 2019, 02:49 am »
Grateful Dead
Hot tuna
Bob Weir
Steel pulse
Ziggy Marley
Stephen Marley
Prince
Pfunk
Van Halen
Allman brothers
Dead and co
Further
Phish
Widespread panic
Eek a mouse
Toots and the Maytals
John McLaughlin
Medeski Martin and Wood
Antibalas
Sharon Jones
James brown
Femi Kuti
Mavis Staples
Zakir Hussein
Ravi Shankar
Mickey hart
Baba olatunji
Wailers
Bassein kouyate
Bela fleck
Tinariwen
Burning spear
Ras Michael
Israel vibration
Gregory isaacs
Skatalites
Third world
Bunny wailer
Van Halen
Metallica
Slayer
Black flag
Circle jerks
Bo diddley
Butthole surfers
Funky meters
Wild magnolias
Dr John
Galactic
Primus
Bootsy Collins
Roots
Larry Graham
Trouble funk
War
Sun Ra
Stanley Clarke
Marcus Miller
Bob Dylan
Beck
Jerry Garcia
Aquarium rescue unit
Black crowes
King crimson
Little feat
Pearl Jam
Janes addiction
Flaming lips
Stone temple pilots
Pink Floyd
Iggy pop
Lou reed
Rolling Stones
Traffic
The Who
Yes
Neil young
David grisman
Los lobos
Hank Williams jr
Marcus Miller
Here’s Hammond
Meditations
Hugh masekela
Yellowman
Frankie Paul
Buju banton
Junior Byles
Mighty diamonds
Black uhuru
Luciano

And many more

Mr Rick

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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #29 on: 30 Dec 2019, 03:15 am »
It's been many years, but here are a few from back in the day.

Moody Blues (Many times)
Leon Russell
Guess Who
Beach Boys
Tom Petty
David Bowie

There were others but they are lost in a haze of pot smoke. :lol:

Slam

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #30 on: 30 Dec 2019, 03:16 am »

Wild Tchoupitoulas


I’m impressed you saw them. Remember anything about the show?

mhconley

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #31 on: 30 Dec 2019, 03:00 pm »
1970's
Boston
Emerson, Lake and Palmer
UFO/Blue Oyster Cult

1980's
Cheap Trick
Def Leppard
Berlin
Concrete Blonde

1990's
Smithereens/UB40
Red Hot Chili Peppers/B-52s
The Cure
Metallica
Skid Row
Soundgarden/Guns & Roses
Metallica/Guns & Roses
Queensrÿche
Scorpions
Pearl Jam
Peter Gabriel
Indigo Girls
Shawn Colvin

2000's
Crosby, Stills and Nash

Martin


eichlerera1

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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #32 on: 30 Dec 2019, 03:37 pm »
Been to my share of concerts, but one stands out because of it's "Shock & Awe" factor.
A friend of mine had some tickets he couldn't use, so he offered them to me.
It was to a Pink Floyd concert.
I had heard of the group but was not familiar with their music.
He said "trust me" and I scooped up the tickets.

The seats turned out to be 4th row, dead center.
It was the "Dark Side of the Moon" tour.
My wife and I were TOTALLY blown away with this musical tour de force.
Never had such an unexpected concert experience.....

deadhead

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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #33 on: 30 Dec 2019, 03:51 pm »
Only a few for me:

Grateful dead over 100 times
Jerry Garcia band
Ratdog
Phil Lesh and friends
Elvis Costello
Clash
Frank Zappa
ELP
Meatloaf
Genesis
Yes
Rush
Led Zeppelin
Talking heads
Elton John
Bob Welch
Ray Charles
Tom Petty
Bruce Springsteen
Police
B52's
Journey
Rolling Stones
Styx
Pretenders
Fleetwood Mac
Dave Mason
Ted Nugent
Cars
Little Feat
Radiators
Sweet Crude
Revivalists
Wynton Marsalis
Pat Metheny
Bryan Ferry
Queen
Bad Company
Jorma
George Thorogood
Les Paul
James Taylor
Jimmy Buffet
John Fogerty
David Bromberg
Al DiMeola
Santana
Outlaws
John Hiatt
Keb Mo
Tesdeschi Trucks
Warren Haynes
Paul McCartney
Ringo Starr
Joe Jackson
Arlo Guthrie
Taj Majal
Billy Joel
Don Henley
Lyle Lovett
The Who
Beach Boys
Aerosmith
Kinks
Clapton
Bill Withers
Diana Ross
Paul Simon
The Cure
Dire Straits
Steve Winwood
Twisted Sister
Sonny Landreth
Alabama Shakes
North Mississippi All Stars
Neville Brothers
Los Lobos
Buckwheat Zydeco
Trombone Shorty
Jimmy Cliff
Pete Fountain
Burning Spear

I'm forgetting plenty but I continue to attend live concerts.


gfroman

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #34 on: 10 Feb 2020, 07:40 pm »
Not sure where to post this -

We did a Beatles Tribute gig last Saturday night.
Big crowd and was a lot of fun!!
These are a couple of guitars I used - Rickenbacker 381V69 and Taylor Fall Limited Koa.
Also used my trusty Rickenbacker 1993Plus 12-string for a lot of those George Harrison riffs!





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rockadanny

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #35 on: 10 Feb 2020, 11:00 pm »
@Slam - re: the Wild Tchoupitoulas ...

Only took me 43 days to answer  :duh:

So long ago, all I can recall was their wild costumes and their wildly infectious beat. EVERYBODY was up and dancing - even ME! (I never dance in public).
They were terrific!

Scroof Neachy

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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #36 on: 12 Feb 2020, 01:02 am »
The Doors
Rolling Stones
The Rascals
Chuck Berry
Association
B. B. King
Frank Zappa
Jethro Tull
Dizzy Gillespie
Alice Cooper
Yes
Muddy Waters
Vanilla Fudge
Gene Vincent
Ella Fitzgerald
Edgar Winter
Little Richard
Bee Gees
C.T.A.
Roy Buchanan
Bo Diddly
Four Tops
Temptations
Jr. Walker and the Allstars
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Dr. John

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dB Cooper

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #37 on: 12 Feb 2020, 01:55 am »
Richie Havens (1st concert, about 14yo)
Two Generations of Brubeck (special guests Paul Desmond & Gerry Mulligan) (first jazz concert; good start, huh?)
John Denver (three piece acoustic band before he became a big star)
Frank Zappa (3x)
Little Feat
Root Boy Slim & The Sex Change Band (many times, he was a local bar band)
Toshiko Akiyoshi-Lew Tabackin Big Band (3x)
Santana
Al di Meola (2x) (once opening for Santana, once headlining)
B.B. King, Johnny Winter, Nighthawks
Johnny Hartman, Gary Burton, Lee Konitz
Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock
Al Jarreau
Dizzy Gillespie
Stephane Grapelli
Les Paul, Tuck & Patti, Pat Martino
Little Charlie & The Nightcats (3x)
Kim Wilson
Dr. John
John Prine
Chick Corea & Béla Fleck
Todd Marcus (bass clarinet player, currently active)
I'll append as I've no doubt got missing ones here


Freo-1

Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #38 on: 12 Feb 2020, 02:47 am »
Steve Miller Band (Twice)
Rush
Chicago
Doors
Roomful of Blues
Sleepy LaBeef
Eagles
Heart
Little River Band
Beach Boys
John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band
Huey Lewis and the News
Arturo Sandoval
Ian Anderson
Chris Botti
Grover Washington, Jr.
Kenny Rogers (with many guest artists)
Jack Johnson
John Lee Hooker Jr.
Bob Seger
Chris Botti (several times)
Joe Bonamassa
Billy Joel
Irish Tenors


Plus many symphonies...












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Re: Live Concerts you've attended
« Reply #39 on: 12 Feb 2020, 06:59 am »
Here are some concerts i went to in the early 1970's:


Boz Scaggs and It's a Beautiful Day - Miami University - sept 1971

The Mahavisnu Orchestra at the patio where the student recreation center was at the university of miami - December 1971

Procol Harem and Delaney and Bonnie at the miami fronton - Miami Fl- october 1971 - One of my favorites

Santana with mandrill - nov 1971 at the Hollywood Sportatorium - hollywood,fl - Very good

Alice Cooper - Miami Fronton - november 1971 - incredible

David Bowie - first concert in the united states -  at "pirates world" in hollywood fl - September  i think 1972 - very artistic

Grateful Dead - summer of 1972 in newark nj - mind blowing

The allman Brothers with fleetwood mac - phila spectrum - 1980? - amazing