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Old 09-18-2010, 04:11 AM   #11
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We all know I'm old, so ...

Janis Joplin, Leon Russell, Delaney & Bonnie with Eric Clapton, Poco, the original Blood Sweat & Tears with Al Cooper and Mike Bloomfield (before David Clayton Fag Boy), Crowbar, Johhny Cash, Bob Dylan, the Young Rascals, Judy Collins, Melanie (yes really ) Taj Mahal, Steppenwolf and a bunch more that escape me right now.

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Delbert McClinton, Lyle Lovett & His Large Band, Bela Fleck & the Flectones and Leo Kottke

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Louis Black, Paula Poundstone.
Crowbar, the meatal band?

I've been to so many and we had a thread about this. I recall that I did not post a list of those off the top of my head. I remember some bad performances, but never a concert I did not like.

(*-I've seen more than once)
(#-I saw multiple times on the same tour)

*Iron Maiden
*#Coal Chamber
*Ted Nugent
*Black Sabbath
*#Bon Jovi
*Mercyful Fate/King Diamond
*White Zombie/Rob Zombie
Cycle Sluts from Hell
*Motley Crue
*Grateful Dead
*#Pink Floyd
Ugly Kid Joe
Kid Rock w/ Joe C.
Limp Bizkit
*Alice Cooper
Suicidal Tendancies
*Fear Factory
Morbid Angel
Near Death Experience (NDE)
Butthole Surfers
The Dead Kennedys
Pig Face (see above)
Neil Young
The Lettermen
Tears For Fears
*ZZ Top
Night Ranger
Goo Goo Dolls
Robert Plant
Bryan Adams
Six Feet Under
*George Thorogood and the Delaware Destroyers

Many, many others that I can't think of at the moment. Like I said, I like them all. Always a good experience.

Spitty, I would love to see George Clinton and P Funk. 4-1/2 hours of nuttin but funk sounds awesome.
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I don't think it was the same Crowbar. These guys were blues/rock and did stuff like "The House of Blue Lights".
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Can't really say i've liked one better than the other. They were all good in their own way.

Ozzy in '84
Bon Jovi
Def Leppard
Missing Persons
KISS with and without makeup
Van Halen with Sammy and David
Rod Stewart
John Waite
Christine McVie
Sammy Hagar
David Lee Roth
Fats Domino
Lynn Anderson
Motley Crue
Bryan Adams
Eddie Money
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Slash's Snakepit
John Mellencamp
The Eagles
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
Gary Allan
Rascal Flatts
Quiet Riot
Blake Shelton
Bullet Boys
Robert Plant
Ted Nugent

And a few others that escape my memory right now.
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John Lee Hooker in a small honkytonk in a not so good part of Dallas in 1984. The place was packed with about 200 guests....intense.

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Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Eric Clapton
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I was really lucky to see the April Fool's Day show of the Grateful Dead in Memphis, TN a few months before Garcia OD'd.

I also really enjoyed seeing John Prine and a female guest at the Orpheum in Memphis in the late 1990's; i had no idea who he was and bought a ticket at the door to accompany some out-of-town hippie friends.

Of course, seeing Saliva back in 1995 or 1996, when they were still a Memphis band was great too, small venue as the opening act for a mostly acoustic set by a famous semi-retired guitarist of the metal era.
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Would have loved to seen ELP, just couldn't get off work at my chance several years ago,, too many would have liked to been at to name,, a few that I saw,,

Skynyrd,,, before the crash
Charlie Daniels
ZZ Top,,, when the were still the little ole band from Texas
Jethro Tull
Sammy Hagar
Linda Rondstat
Joni Mitchell
Dixie Dregs
REO Speedwagon,,, before 1980
Jerry Corbetta and Sugarloaf,,, actually they were very good live
Billy Thorpe
Wet Willie
The Outlaws
38 Special
and more,, all good times

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I saw Zeppelin, Skynyrd, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Stones, Alice Cooper, Bad Company and many others I cannot remember.
But even though I was never a country fan, the best by far was The Outlaws (Waylon, Willie, Jesse Colter, and Tompall Glaser) Saw them two years in a row at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado in the mid seventies. Wow what great shows with front row seats both times
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Black Sabbath (With Ozzy)
Blue Oyster Cult (Many times)
Led Zep
Robin Trower
Eagles Eddie Money, Steve Miller (same venue)
The who (Cincinnati 1979)
Pink Floyd
I'm sure I missed a couple but those come to mind pretty quick.
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