Originally posted by jhe888: Too many to remember easily. A lot that aren't big arena acts, too.
had a list on a legal pad,, and lost it, will have to start a word doc and copy/paste
April 22, 2019, 01:03 PM
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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April 22, 2019, 03:32 PM
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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April 22, 2019, 04:03 PM
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
April 22, 2019, 05:32 PM
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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April 22, 2019, 07:12 PM
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!!!
April 22, 2019, 08:26 PM
Metallica Korn VAST Third Eye Blind Goo Goo Dolls U2 Kodo Jerry Cantrell Arlo Guthrie Days of the New Filter
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April 22, 2019, 09:11 PM
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.
April 22, 2019, 09:59 PM
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
April 22, 2019, 10:14 PM
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.
A few Sigs and some others
April 22, 2019, 11:40 PM
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.
April 23, 2019, 12:07 AM
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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April 23, 2019, 12:39 AM
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.
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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April 23, 2019, 01:46 AM
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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April 23, 2019, 02:32 AM
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
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April 23, 2019, 08:32 AM
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
April 24, 2019, 07:43 AM
Thanks mikeyspizza. Lots of good lists in this thread and a lot of grandpa hippies from the 60s and 70s. 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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April 24, 2019, 08:08 AM
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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April 24, 2019, 08:47 AM
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
April 24, 2019, 10:33 AM
Chicago Sammy Hagar Boston Foghat Van Halen Foriegner 38 Special Head East REO Speedwagon Molly Hatchet Blue Oyster Cult Willie Nelson David Allen Coe Warren Zevon Alabama Peter Gabriel U2 Hank Williams jr Judds Merle Haggard Neil Young Righteous Brothers Death Cab For Cutie Randy Travis Trisha Yearwood
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