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Old 02-13-2020, 07:39 PM   #16
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I can't list them all. 45 years of concerts? Nah.

Notable however, in no particular chronology

Pink Floyd x3
The Who x4
Yes 3 or times, once with the Kinks on a double bill.
Suoertramp
Alice In Chains
Zappa x4, including the one where they recorded Live in NY...epic
Doobies
Allman Bros
Peter Gabriel
Rush x4
Billy Joel
The Tubes
Kid Rock
Bad Co
Train ( in Hawaii, played golf with Pat Monahan that morning)
America
Beach Boys
Foreigner
Kansas
Roger Waters x3
Talking Heads
Neil Young x4
CSNY
Aerosmith, without question the worst show ever, they SUCKED that night
Dave Mason
Alan Parsons Project
Jean-Luc Ponty
Pat Metheny
Santana
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Squeeze

God there's much more but I'm a lazy POS and it's past my bedtime

Edit: Comedy don't count but Rodney Dangerfield was so damn funny. He destroyed the place with one line: "We were poor, very poor, never got much for Christmas.. the only time we had tinsel on the tree was when Granpa sneezed".
I swear everyone in the place fell on the floor. It was bedlam, everyone howled for 5 minutes, he had to stop until we all calmed down. God what a night.

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Old 02-13-2020, 07:44 PM   #17
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I can't list them all. 45 years of concerts? Nah.

Notable however, in no particular chronology

Pink Floyd x3
The Who x4
Yes 3 or times, once with the Kinks on a double bill.
Suoertramp
Alice In Chains
Zappa x4, including the one where they recorded Live in NY...epic
Doobies
Allman Bros
Peter Gabriel
Rush x4
Billy Joel
The Tubes
Kid Rock
Bad Co
Train ( in Hawaii, played golf with Pat Monahan that morning)
America
Beach Boys
Foreigner
Kansas
Roger Waters x3
Talking Heads
Neil Young x4
CSNY
Aerosmith, without question the worst show ever, they SUCKED that night
Dave Mason
Alan Parsons Project
Jean-Luc Ponty
Pat Metheny
Santana
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Squeeze

God there's much more but I'm a lazy POS and it's past my bedtime
Super envious, he is still my favorite blues guitarist to this day. I had a buddy that had over 800 blues cd's and he worshiped SRV (he was from Texas too) to the point of obsession and he literally cried the day he died. Would have loved to have seen him in his early days.
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Top 3 concert for me. 1984 tour. Providence Civic Center. Opened with nasty guitar riff of Unchained and when the rest of the band kicked in the lights were perfectly timed and Dave jumps spread eagle off the drum platform. Awesome!
Saw them in 1980 at the Spokane Coliseum, that was probably the best/funnest rock concert i've ever seen, they had the crowd in the palm of their hands.
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Saw them in 1980 at the Spokane Coliseum, that was probably the best/funnest rock concert i've ever seen, they had the crowd in the palm of their hands.
The ruled for a while.

Now? I listen to some and canít see it. Some songs still hold their own. But overall? Meh.
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Saw them in 1980 at the Spokane Coliseum, that was probably the best/funnest rock concert i've ever seen, they had the crowd in the palm of their hands.
Arena? I saw Manson (Mechanical Animals) there with Hole and Monster Magnet. Numerous protestors outside. A dew right in front of me purposely falls down to the floor and shoots up heroin with his gf helping him. That was...weird.

Really good concert. Manson is always very loud. That was in his Bowie stage. John 5 was the guitarist. That dew can rip...he plays with Rob Zombie now.

I don't like Courtney Love, but, she showed her tits...that might be her best attributes.

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Super envious, he is still my favorite blues guitarist to this day. I had a buddy that had over 800 blues cd's and he worshiped SRV (he was from Texas too) to the point of obsession and he literally cried the day he died. Would have loved to have seen him in his early days.
He was tremendous. And, the show was in a small blues bar... early in his career.

I forgot Joe Cocker on my list, I sorta saw him, before he got too shitfaced after a couple songs, projectile vomited everywhere and got dragged off the stage.
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Rainbow
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Sammy Hagar
Aerosmith
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In my 50's
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I have to add J Geils to my list, that show was more like a party and they had everyone dancing and singing along to all their songs. That was an excellent show!

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Arena? I saw Manson (Mechanical Animals) there with Hole and Monster Magnet. Numerous protestors outside. A dew right in front of me purposely falls down to the floor and shoots up heroin with his gf helping him. That was...weird.

Really good concert. Manson is always very loud. That was in his Bowie stage. John 5 was the guitarist. That dew can rip...he plays with Rob Zombie now.

I don't like Courtney Love, but, she showed her tits...that might be her best attributes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZpZulIRR88

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KekxVbTr7Hk
Back when I when to concerts there it was called the Spokane Coliseum, this was in the very early 80's, I was stationed near there for over 7 years.
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The ruled for a while.

Now? I listen to some and canít see it. Some songs still hold their own. But overall? Meh.
The '08 reunion tour was the first show I took Jr to. They were awesome, was their first tour together in almost 25 years.

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Arena? I saw Manson (Mechanical Animals) there with Hole and Monster Magnet. Numerous protestors outside. A dew right in front of me purposely falls down to the floor and shoots up heroin with his gf helping him. That was...weird.

Really good concert. Manson is always very loud. That was in his Bowie stage. John 5 was the guitarist. That dew can rip...he plays with Rob Zombie now.

I don't like Courtney Love, but, she showed her tits...that might be her best attributes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZpZulIRR88

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KekxVbTr7Hk
she was okay back in the day. I would have fucked her.
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Elvis Costello at a college bar after his performance at the University. That was cool.
Then 30+ years later at intimate downtown San Diego venue all by himself with like 6 guitars and several hats.
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I have to add J Geils to my list, that show was more like a party and they had everyone dancing and singing along to all their songs. That was an excellent show!

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Back when I when to concerts there it was called the Spokane Coliseum, this was in the very early 80's, I was stationed near there for over 7 years.
Cool...

After SRV played on Let's Dance (David Bowie), his career took off. His brother is also good too.

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He was tremendous. And, the show was in a small blues bar... early in his career.

I forgot Joe Cocker on my list, I sorta saw him, before he got too shitfaced after a couple songs, projectile vomited everywhere and got dragged off the stage.
The Pogues with Shame so shitto they had to walk him to the mic, let him mumble, then take him off stage for a song and bring him back for a song, repeat, lather, rinse, repeat - I walked away, it was the saddest thing I ever saw. he was a mess and I couldn't watch.

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Elvis Costello at a college bar after his performance at the University. That was cool.
Then 30+ years later at intimate downtown San Diego venue all by himself with like 6 guitars and several hats.
I saw Elvis Costello several times but once with the Brodsky Quartet at Boston Symphony Hall - amazing.
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The Pogues with Shame so shitto they had to walk him to the mic, let him mumble, then take him off stage for a song and bring him back for a song, repeat, lather, rinse, repeat - I walked away, it was the saddest thing I ever saw. he was a mess and I couldn't watch.

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I saw Elvis Costello several times but once with the Brodsky Quartet at Boston Symphony Hall - amazing.
Just an anecdote on the Joe Cocker puking show. Fast forward 25 years. Iím sitting around a campfire and my brother in law starts recounting the same
show I went to. Long before we met. But we had a good chuckle reminiscing.
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