...and, so, what live concerts have you been to?

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    Hot Tuna (Jefferson Airplane's lead guitarist and bass player, of course)
    Manhattan Transfer (vocal jazz)
    Count Basie (piano/big-band jazz)
    Benny Goodman (clarinet/big band jazz)
    Emmy Ameling (opera)
    Monkees (as a joke)
    USMC Commandant's Own Marching Band
    SPEBSQSA*
    ...and a variety of other university-type shows (Messiah, Ukranian Men's Choir, etc.)

    * Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America

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    kid rock with peter wolf and revrun (awesome concert!)
    kiss
    night ranger(7 wishes)
    triumph
    travis tritt
    billy ray cyrus(WTH!)
    prince
    def leppard

    this is what comes to mind so far but i think there is more.
    just purchased tickets to see def leppard again with REO speedwagon and styx! Can't wait gonna pretty damn good
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    the animals
    the doors
    jefferson airplane
    the who
    canned heat
    cream
    tangerine dream
    jethro tull
    jimmy hendrix
    asleep at the wheel
    steel eye span
    Ted Nugent
    Dr. pendragon
    the sex pistols
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    it sure seems that there should be a lot more... its true i don't care for crowdsstill seems there should be more.....
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    Rolling Stones (4 times)
    Aerosmith (4 times)
    KISS (4 times)
    Heart (4 times)
    Queen
    ELO
    Springsteen twice
    Bog Seger twice
    John Mellancamp
    Doobie Brothers
    Jackson Browne
    Styx
    Black Sabbath
    Blue Oyster Cult
    Alice Cooper
    Blackmore's Rainbow
    Rod Stewart
    ZZ Top
    Paul McCartney
    Dan Fogelberg
    Eagles
    Linda Ronstadt
    Rush
    Foghat
    Boston
    38 Special
    Rossington Collins Band
    Ted Nugent
    AC/DC (with original singer Bon Scott, not current singer)
    The Who
    Pink Floyd
    Genesis
    Fleetwood Mac
    Stevie Nicks as solo
    David Sanborn
    Yes
    Anderson, Howe, Wakeman and Bruford
    Blackfoot
    Cheap Trick
    Kansas
    Journey
    Willie Nelson
    Waylon Jennings
    Molly Hatchett
    Eddie Money
    Santana
    Spyro Gyra
    Albert King
    Living Colour
    Counting Crows
    The Black Crowes

    Saw Charlie Daniels once in the early 80s and got to meet him backstage.

    I saw R.E.M. twice at small concert halls when they first started out, '82 and '83 I think.

    Many many more I can't think of right now. I've never gotten to see U2 or Tom Petty but I may catch TP this summer if possible, and I'd actually love to see Beyonce in concert.

    And I wish I could have seen Supertramp.
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    Skynard,Hank Jr,38 special.
    Def Leppard,Reo speedwagon,Styx.
    ZZ top,The pretenders,strat cats.
    Poison,ratt.
    Ted nugent
    John mellencamp,Los lobos.

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    Dang, RJ, so what did you do in your free time???

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    Beach boys, Chicago, Journey, Tom Petty and the hartbrakers, Chuck Berry, AC/DC w/ Bon Scott, Led Zeppelin, Blue Oyster Colt, AeroSmith, ZZ Top, Blasters, Edger Winters, Madonna, Billy Joel, Eddy Money, Eagles, Marilyn Manson, Korn, God Smack, Chevelle, Lincoln Park, Ted Nugent, Alice Cooper, David Bowie, Kiss, Rod Stewart, Grateful Dead, The Police, Cars, Super Tramp, ........

    Man oh Man The list goes on..... I grew up and lived in the San Francisco bay area in through the 70's and early 80's. These where just a few I could remember of the top of my head. Some of the newer bands in the list I have seen since moving to Montana.
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    On a Scrubs rerun tonight, they played More Than a Feeling by Boston, which reminded me the first concert I ever saw was Boston at the Indianapolis Convention Center in 1976.
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    Iron Maiden
    Anthrax
    Savatage
    Metallica
    Aerosmith
    testament
    Death Angel
    They Might Be Giants
    The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
    Danzig
    Megadeth
    Slayer
    Alice in Chains
    Billy Idol
    Helloween
    Brian Setzer Orchestra
    Alice Cooper
    Queensryche
    Ozzy
    ...all I can remember for now

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    The best decade of my life was the 70's so let's start there. Areosmith,ZZ TOP,
    BTO, Jay GILES, Kenny Rogers (ouch), Cubby Checker, Elton John, Kansas.
    Beats the hell of that stuff they trying to sell for music today !

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    And I left Fleetwood Mac off my list, then years later Stevie Nicks solo, with Peter Frampton opening for her.
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    None... I don't like to mingle with crowds of strangers. And I don't like high decibel noise.
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    No use to go into too much detail, but my first concert was Willie Nelson's 76 4th of July concert.

    Some of my favorite concerts were house concerts. Rather than going to a venue, a group of about 30 families got together and we would have the artists come and do concerts at one of our houses. It was low key, full acoustic, but the artists still usually cleared about 600-1000 for the evening (between $20 a family and cd sales) - with a lot less hassle than a downtown club. Because all the acts were pre-screened, never saw a bad one at a house concert.

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    I heard a Rush song the other day that reminded me I've also seen them a few times over the years.
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    pearl jam (2x)
    rage against the machine/wu tang clan
    tool (2x)
    tori amos (3x)
    the mighty bosstones (2x)
    rancid
    the reverend horton heat
    NOFX
    the toasters (3x)
    slayer
    green day
    joe strummer and the mescaleros
    the ramones (countless times)
    the cure
    metallica
    ozzy
    gwar (3x)
    toots and the maytals
    jimmy cliff
    keith richards
    burning spear
    run dmc
    nine inch nails
    david bowie
    fishbone
    red hot chili peppers
    buju banton
    gg allin and the murder junkies (his very last performance)

    i'm sure there are more, but these are the most memorable.

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