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Too many to remember easily. A lot that aren't big arena acts, too.

Recently I saw:

Wood and Wire
Brandi Carlisle

and many others at the Old Settler's Music Festival.




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Originally posted by jhe888:
Too many to remember easily. A lot that aren't big arena acts, too.



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this,

had a list on a legal pad,, and lost it,
will have to start a word doc and copy/paste



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Aerosmith
Alice Cooper
Ian Anderson
The Beach Boys
Jeff Beck
Pat Benetar
Black Sabbath
Bon Jovi
Chicago
Leonard Cohen
Phil Collins
Crosby, Stills & Nash
Miles Davis
Doobie Brothers
Emerson, Lake and Palmer
The Fixx
Flock of Seagulls
Dan Fogelberg
Foreigner
Jethro Tull
Eric Johnson
Journey
Kiss
Huey Lewis and the News
Paul McCartney
Pat Metheny
The Police
The Pretenders
Rush
Santana
Kenny Wayne Shephard
Cat Stevens
Styx
Steve Winwood
The Who (with Keith Moon)
Yes
Jesse Collin Young
Neil Young


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I am not having any luck posting my numbers document but here is a pretty good list of all I have seen.
aerosmith
alabama
angel
april wine
artfull dodger
asia
bad company x2
black oak arkansas x2
blue oyster cult x4
bob seger
boz skaggs
brewer&shipley
captain beyond
carmen
charlie daniels x2
charlie starr
circus x2
climax blues band
damn yankees
david allan coe
david dover band
deep purple x2
def leppard
diamond reo
doc holiday
dr. hook
edgar winter
electric light orchestra
elvin bishop x2
emerson,lake & palmer x2
eric clapton
experience hendrix
fleetwood mac
foghat x4
foreigner x2
freddie king
gary wright x3
genesis
glen r townsend
graveyard train
gryphon
guess who
hank williams jr. x3
head east x5
humble pie
hurricane mason
hydra
infinity
j boy adams
j geils band x2
jason bonham’s led zep experience
jeff beck
jefferson starship x4
jerry jeff walker
jessi colter x2
jethro tull x3
joan jett & the blackhearts
joe bonamassa x3
john sebastian
johnny winter
jonny lang
journey x4
kansas x5
kenny wayne shepherd x3
king crimson
kraftwerk
leo kottke
leslie west x2
little feat
loverboy x2
lynyrd skynyrd x6
madison rising
maggie bell
mahavishnu orchestra x2
mahogany rush
marshall tucker band x3
moody blues
natural glass
nazereth x2
nektar
outlaws
ozark mt daredevils
paul rodgers x2
pavlov's dog x2
peter frampton
poco
point blank x
pure prairie league
rick wakeman
robert cray band x2
robin trower x8
ronnie montrose
rory gallager
rush x2
santana
scott ellison x2
slick lillie
starcastle
steppenwolf
steve mariot band
stray cats
target
ted nugent x13
ten years after
tesla
the pretenders x2
the who x2
thee image x2
thin lizzy
thirty eight special x2
three dog night
todd rundgren's utopia x2
tommy bolin
traffic
triumvirat
tulsa
turkey mt.troubadors
ufo
uriah heep
vintage trouble
waylon jennings x2
wet willie
willie nelson
wishbone ash
yes x5
zz top x10



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Eric Clapton x2
The Police
Muddy Waters
Kinks
Genesis x2 once with Peter Gabriel
Tedeschi Trucks Band x3
Crosby, Stills and Nash
The Outlaws
.38 Special
Styx
The Clash
Roger Daltrey
Elton John
Bonnie Raitt x3
UB40 x2
Jackson Browne x3
O.A.R.
Third World
Paul McCartney
Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes x3
Steve Winwood
Jethro Tull
Asia
Edgar Winter
Kansas x2
The Cars
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Steely Dan
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
The Decemberists
Steve Miller Band
George Thorogood and the Destroyers
Jeff Beck
Ben Harper
Third World
Smithereens
Manfred Mann's Earth Band
Big Head Todd and the Monsters
Blues Traveler
Alan Parsons Project
U.K.
Steep Canyon Rangers x4
Drive By Truckers
Blood Sweat and Tears
Cheap Trick
Hall and Oates
The Hooters
Golden Earring
Robert Hazard and the Heroes
Stevie Nicks
Trombone Shorty
Widespread Panic x5
 
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Rush (Exit Stage Left)
Rod Stewart
Journey x2
Def Leppard
Billy Joel
Randy Travis
Alabama
Michael Buble x 2
Hall & Oates (surprisingly good)
Gotta be more....


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Rush x 13
Metallica
Journey
Def Leppard
Styx
Grateful Dead
Tesla
Robert Plant
The Firm
Nazareth
Molly Hatchet
The Outlaws
38 Special
Doobie Brothers
Jethro Tull
Aerosmith
Ted Nugent
INXS
The Babys
The Who
Motorhead (Lemmy is Rock & Roll!!)
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Iron Maiden
Billy Joel
ZZTop
Sammy Hagar
Foreigner
J Geils Band
Kiss
Rod Stewart
Hall & Oates
P.I.L.
Heart
REO Speedwagon
Kansas
Cheap Trick
Night Ranger at Red Rocks
Black Sabbath
Van Halen
DIO
Whitesnake
Saxon
Bonnie Raitt
Bruce Hornsby
Boston
Motley Crew
Poison
U2
Bruce Springsteen
And I am sure a few more, the 80's & early 90's are a blurr!!!
 
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Metallica
Korn
VAST
Third Eye Blind
Goo Goo Dolls
U2
Kodo
Jerry Cantrell
Arlo Guthrie
Days of the New
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Alice Cooper
The Pretenders
The Ramones (x6)
The Lines
Jim Carroll Band
David Johansen
Metallica (Ride the Lightning tour)
Armored Saint (sucked)
Deep Wound
The FUs
Big Boys
Butthole Surfers
Not For Sale
FDR
Texas Instruments
Nice Strong Arm
Dharma Bums
Vertibeads
Asexuals
The Minutemen
Black Flag
Dead Kennedys
DOA
The Offenders
Raging Woodies
Flipper
Replacements (sucked)
Saccharine Trust
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles
Cargo Cult
UK Subs
Stray Cats
Die Kreuzen
Dave Edmunds
Dino Lee and the White Trash Review
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
Clifton Chenier
The Tailgators
Devo
The Atlantics
Motorhead
Wendy O Williams
Hickoids
Bad Brains
Marginal Man
Minor Threat
Beefeater
Technicolor Yawns
Gun Club
Tales of Terror
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Scratch Acid
Poison 13
Shoulders
Phil Keaggy
Doyle Dykes
Roky Erickson
Neal Morse

There's a ton more I just can't recall, but nobody's heard of anyway. The scene in Austin in the 80s was pretty eventful.
 
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That's quite a list hberttmank!

I wish I kept better track. Several more than once, most all in the early 1970s:

Alice Cooper
Allman Brothers
Bo Diddly
Chuck Berry
Canned Heat
Mountain
Led Zeppelin
Ten Years After
Johnny Winter
Edgar Winter
Buddy Guy
Muddy Waters
Chicago
James Taylor
Grand Funk Railroad
Steve Miller
Eric Clapton
Ted Nugent
Climax Blues Band
Savoy Brown
Deep Purple
Humble Pie
David Bowie
John Mclaughlin/Mahavishnu Orchestra
Pink Floyd
Freddy King
Black Oak Arkansas
Black Sabbath
Brownsville Station
Cactus
Focus
Foghat
Genesis
Hot Tuna
J Geils
Peter Frampton
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Reo Speedwagon
Robin Trower
Rick Derringer
Silverchair
Red Hot Chile Peppers
Other I don’t remember
Others I never knew their name
 
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I envy some of you with your list of artist. Growing up in Milwaukee and having a summer music festival (Summerfest) for a week+ let me see many more than I can remember.

Journey
Rush
Van Halen
Grateful Dead
Stevie Ray Vaunt
Bob Dylan
Crosby, Stills, Nash
Neil Young
Violent Fems
George Thorogood
U2
Eagles
Maroon 5
B52’s
The Roots
Phil Collins
Peter Gabriel
REO Speedwagon
Joe Satriani
Aerosmith
Bruno Mars
The Bangles
BoDeans
Huey Lewis and the News
Paul Simon
Tom Petty
Fleetwood Mac
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Mumford & Sons

And a few more that I do not have at the top of my list.




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When I was still in high school back in the 70's we used to go to San Francisco to a place called "Winterland". It was at Post and Steiner. It's long closed now but I saw groups like the Stones, Steppenwolf, Humble Pie, Elvin Bishop, Stevie Wonder, Grateful Dead on New Year's Eve and a bunch of other groups I can't remember.
 
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G Dead
J Airplane
Simon & Garfarkle
Association
Doors
Steppenwolf
Ike & Tina
Hoyt Axton and a couple other country types. (she like them-I didn't)
Huey Lewis & news
Elvis
Beach Boys
3 Dog Night
Bangles
One folk group-Lettermen?
Paul Revere
Pink Floyd
Janice Joplin
B Cosby in the 60s ha ha
Maestro Marcel Marceau (this man was good-met him backstage after, he spoke)

Thats all I can think of quickly. There were more in the 60s-70s
There is very little current music I like.
I would love to see Celtic Woman


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You Pink Floyd guys piss me off. I'd give my left nut to have seen them. I still have the unused ticket for the Momentary Lapse of Reason tour. I was active duty at the time and got called back and couldn't go. Mad

Been to many live shows, but probably my favorite of all was Three Dog Night. They played at the Montana State University fieldhouse one night and there were only about 2-300 people there. But...they played their asses off like they were playing for 20-30,000. We all were dancing down in front of the stage, and when they were done they mingled with and talked to the crowd for probably and hour afterwards. Damn, that was a great night.


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Interesting timing. Saw Alice In Chains on Saturday, for the second time, 28 years apart.
Incredible show!

Alice In Chains
Black Stone Cherry
The Cult
George Strait
Alan Jackson
Lee Ann Womack
Brad Paisley
Jason Aldean
Luke Bryan
Jake Owen
Montgomery Gentry
The Steel Woods
Kool and The Gang
Miami Sound Machine
The Doobie Brothers
Steve Miller Band
Shinedown
Anthrax
Megadeth
Slayer
Saving Abel


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aerosmith
america
bachman turner overdrive
bad company
bob james
boz scaggs
chicago
chuck mangione
deep purple
eagles
elton john
eric clapton
gary wright
gordon lightfoot
grand funk railroad
hall and oates
isley brothers
j. geils band
jeff beck
jethro tull
kiki dee (opened for e.john)
leon russell
lydia pense and cold blood
peter frampton
rare earth
richie havens
rod stewart
santana
seawind
sly and the family stone
the doobie brothers
three dog night
toots and the maytals
tower of power
war
yvonne elliman

^ the seventies

george carlin
gladys knight

^ late 90s / early 2000s

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Beach Boys
Paul Revere (w/ the BB^)
George Harrison
Crosby Stills Nash & Young x2
Steve Miller
Doobie Brothers
Foreigner
Atlanta Rythm Section
Robin Trower
Golden Earring
Sha Na Na
Allison Krauss
Dickey Betts
Greg Kihn
Asleep at the Wheel
Jimmy Buffet
Emmy Lou Harris x2
Ringo Starr
Joe Walsh
Robert Cray
Burton Cummings
Eric Clapton
Jerry Douglas
Willie Dixon
Koko Taylor
Jim Schwall of Siegal-Schwall Band - my backyard.
Tommy Bolin 2 days before he died
Grateful Dead
Eagles
Elton John
Quicksilver Messenger Service
John Prine
Cowboy Junkies
Elvin Bishop
Huey Lewis
Billy Preston x3 because he played with everybody
Ravi Shankar
Moody Blues
Mel Tillis
Charley Pride
Boxcar Willie
Barbra Mandrell
Andy Williams


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Thanks mikeyspizza. Lots of good lists in this thread and a lot of grandpa hippies from the 60s and 70s. Big Grin The 70s were the best for me, lots of concerts, lots of great ones, price was right, great rock, hippie chicks, what more can I say?



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My list is a bit all over the place:

Pink Martini
ZZ Top
Robert Cray
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Robert Cray with Stevie Ray Vaughn
Fabulous Thunderbirds
Leonard Cohen
Storm Large
Adam & the Ants
The B-52s
Elvis Costello
INXS
David Bowie
Iggy Pop
Generation X
Bad Brains
X
Tito Puente
American Murder Song
Nightwish
The Dresden Dolls
Amanda Palmer
The Rolling Stones
Bruce Springsteen
Dead Kennedys
Brave Combo
The Rat Pack (w/Sammy)
Stomp (not a band, but still fun)
Stray Cats
Brian Setzer Orchestra
Bauhaus
Love and Rockets
The Bolshoi
Crowded House
Devo
Squeeze
AC/DC
The The
Blue Man Group
The Cramps
Great Big Sea
Peter Gabriel
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Rush


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Jethro Tull
The Band
David Bowie
Rolling Stones x 2
Grand Funk Railroad
Allman Brothers
Kansas
Lynard Skynard
The Who
REO Speedwagon
Eric Clapton
Loggin and Messina
Manfred Mann
Brewer and Shipley
Eddie Money
Linda Rondstadt
Todd Rundgren
Beach Boys
Pat Metheny (High school talent show)
Jesse Colin Young
Harry Chapin
 
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