My short list; Lynard Skynard, Beach Boys, Carole King, YES, Doobie Brothers, Rod Stewart, Ringo Starr.. All Star Band, Styx, Gordon Lightfoot, Moody Blues. Can you tell I like the older stuff?
Who have you seen in concert?
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The Grateful Dead, Rob Zombie, Mel Torme, Audioslave, Henry Rollins..........................................any many many more.
54-40's; Green Day; Audioslave; Chili Peppers; Motorhead (this last one was not my choice... but was apparently my b-day present, because that meant my hubbie didn't have to miss going OR miss my birthday, lol)
Band on the Run
I've seen so many b/c of my love and where I live.
Geroge Harrison-Bangladesihw ith Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan. BOb Dylan, Sly ad the Family Stone - my first. Pete Seeger. Judy Collins, C,s&N. Neil Young. Janis Joplin, the WHiO, the Stones, Creedence, Jefferson Airplane, Bonnie and Delaney b/c of Clapton. Elton John, Billy JOel, Billy JOel and EltonJohn,
John Lennon and Yoko One( sadly). twice. Janis Ian. Beach Boys -- I can't recall on in a minute.
Richie Havens, Joan Baez.
Most of the biggies during anitwar concerts or other benefits.
Pavaorotti. Barhsinikov. Nureyev. Gelsey Kirland. Placido Domingo. The New YOrk City Opera with subscription. The Metropolitan OPera for select performances,American Ballet Theatre, NYC Ballet.
The BLue Note crowd. The Village Vanguard crowd.
PONTOON- Nice thread, fun thread ! I've seen : Ottmar Leibert
Moody Blues ( 3 times )
Paul McCartney & his band in 2005
Charlie Musselwhite ( 2 times )
John Lee Hooker
Led Zepagain ( 2 times ) Led Zeppelin cover band- wish I had attended the real Led Zep concerts !
Joe Louis Walker ( 3 times )
Ray Manzarek ( Doors keyboardist ) & Roy Rogers
Those are some of the somewhat more well known artists I've seen, enjoyed them all ! Peace out, Mr. Flipper
noteables; Miles Davis, Buddy Guy, Anita Baker,
Ike and Tina Turner.
I doubt I can remember them all. I'll try:
- Black Sabbath
- Deep Purple
- Humble Pie
- Johnny Winter with a surprise appearance of Edgar.
- Allman Bros.
- Lynard Skynard twice.
- Charlie Daniels
- Marshal Tucker Band
- Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
- John Hartford
- The Dillards aka The Darlin's from Andy Griffith
- Uriah Heep
- Blue Oyster Cult once as a teenager before they sold out and went pop. Once as an adult.
- George Harrison/Billy Preston/Ravi Shankar and his orchestra. Dark Horse tour 74
- Rod Stewart with Jeff Beck pre-disco days
- Aerosmith of the mid 70s days
- John Hiatt
- Hall and Oates with Todd Rundgren. Very fun.
- Kenny Wayne Shepherd and band. I have to say this guy rivaled George Harrison for the best show and he and his band had such talent, electricity and charisma I thought the whole venue would take off into the stratosphere.
- Nanci Griffith
- Neil Young on his Greendale tour with Emmy Lou Harris
- 70's Valentine Soul Jam: Carl Carlton; The Dramatics; The Chi-lites; The Stylistics
- Chuck Prophet--recently at a tiny venue and he is amazing.
If I think of more, I'll let you know. I may have seen ZZ Top and Wishbone Ash. It's been a long time.
Grateful Dead (once with the Godchauxs, once with Brent Mydland)
EmmyLou Harris (once with the Hot Band, once with the Nashville Ramblers)
Allison Krause (with Union Station)
Ricky Skaggs (with Kentucky Thunder)
I was asked to see the Rolling Stones in 75. But I wasn't willing to compromise, so I turned the guy down.
Paul McCartney & Wings
The Beach Boys
British specials lol