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If you're gonna be a
bear, be a Grizzly!
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I'm sure I can't remember them all, but I'll play along.
Chicago
Bon Jovi x2
.38 Special x2
Van Halen
The Fabulous Thunderbirds
Bob Seger
Kiss
Ted Nuget
Skid Row
Ricky Scaggs x2
Dixie Chicks
Charlie Robison
Survivor
Brooks and Dunn
Keith Urban
Montgomery Gentry
Toby Keith
Trace Atkins x4-5
Alan Jackson
Zack Brown Band
Trick Pony
Robert Earl Keen
Whiskey Myers
Reckless Kelly x5-6
Bruce Springsteen
Jimmy Buffett x3
Kansas
Styx


That's just off the top of my head, I know there are more but it's late and I'm tired. There's also plenty of smaller local bands and openers that I didn't list, just because no one knows them.




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Posts: 3296 | Location: Morganton, NC | Registered: December 31, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Rolling Stones x2
Eagles x2
Dan Fogelberg
Led Zeppelin
Jackson Browne x2
Jimmy Buffett
Dead x2
Bob Dylan
Tom Petty
The Call
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Joe Walsh
Earth Wind Fire
Arctic Monkeys
Oasis x2
Ryan Adams
Raspberries
Who
Eurythmics
Eric Clapton
Neil Young
Crosby Stills Nash and Young
Alice Cooper
J Geils
Stray Cats
Traffic
Pink Floyd
Chris Robinson
Bob Seger
Gordon Lightfoot
Leon Russell
Frank Zappa
Elvis Costello
Counting Crows
Robin Trower
Dave Mason
Beach Boys
Dr Hook
Ted Nugent
Status Quo
Rick Derringer
Page-Plant


All I can think of now, I’m sure there’s others
 
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Originally posted by 6guns:
I wanna hang out with amals.


Lol! I'm going to rub salt in the wound...

Many of those shows I saw from first ten rows center, for free. Some were with backstage passes. Just so happened that I worked (in a different capacity) for the local promoter through most of the '70's. It was incredible. I was very lucky.


Yeah, lucky guy! Great bands!


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Allman Brothers
Pink Floyd - The Wall in NY 1980
Eric Clapton
Hot Tuna
Grateful Dead
Koko Taylor
Miles Davis
Government Mule
Stanley Clarke
Jean Luc Ponty
Pinetop Perkins
Jeff Beck
Boz Scaggs
Carlos Santana
Grace Potter
Robert Cray
Bonnie Raitt
Derek Trucks Band/Tedeschi Trucks band etc.
Charlie Daniels Band
Marshall Tucker Band
Outlaws
Frank Zappa
Buddy Guy
Aerosmith
Keb Mo
Yes
Genesis
Return to Forever
Joe Cocker
Neil Young
CSN
Stephen Stills
John Lee Hooker
Robin Trower
Rush
Peter Gabriel
Jethro Tull
Lou Reed
Steve Winwood
Dickey Betts
Gregg Allman Band
Jerry Garcia Band
Warren Haynes Band
Jorma Kaukonen
ZZ Top
Shemekia Copeland
Little Ed and the Blues Imperials
Sting ( was walking on the beach and he was playing at a private beachfront home party right on the beach).
BB King
Bob Dylan
Gene Krupa
Johnny Winter
Probably missed a few but I gave it a shot.
 
Posts: 4214 | Location: NH | Registered: January 22, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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This is my list of performances that you guys have posted in this thread that I have not seen, but would (or would have) really love(d) to see.

Fleetwood Mac
Tom Petty
Van Morrison
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Santana
Gregg Allman
Steve Winwood
Bo Diddley
JJ Cale
BB King
Jimi Hendrix
Jackson Browne
The Fabulous Thunderbirds
Brian Setzer
Talking Heads
Vern Gosdin
Jesse Colin Young
KWS
Freddie King
Stray Cats
Tedeschi Trucks
Stevie Nicks
Chuck Berry
Quicksilver Messenger Service
RHCP
BoDeans
Boz Scaggs
Willie Dixon
Koko Taylor
Warren Zevon
Delbert McClinton
Dwight Yoakum
Vince Gill
Led Zeppelin
Travis Tritt
Irma Thomas
Wet Willie
Willis Alan Ramsey
Richard Thompson
Albert King
North Mississippi Allstars
Whiskey Myers
Govt Mule


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I can't list them all, so I will just go with:

Iron Maiden

I'm going to see 5 Iron Maiden shows this year!


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My contribution:
Iron Butterfly
Fleetwood Mac
Tommy James & Shondells
Kraftwerk
Moody Blues
New Riders
Bob Dylan x2
Willie Nelson
Hank Williams, Jr.
Charlie Daniels
Little Feat (multiple times)
Widespread Panic (multiple times)
Greensky Bluegrass (multiple times)
Frank Zappa
Chicago
Styx (?)
Steely Dan
Chicago
Dr. John
Beach Boys

Probably forgot a couple.
 
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Black Label Society - 7x
Ozzy Osbourne - 3x
Judas Priest
Metallica (Monsters of Rock)
Van Halen - 2x - (Monsters of Rock)
The Scorpions (Monsters of Rock)
Dokken - (Monsters of Rock)
Kingdom Come - (Monsters of Rock)
Cheap Trick
Alice in Chains - (opened for Faith no More)
Faith no More
Damn Yankees
Ugly Kid Joe (opened for Ozzy)
Slaughter
Poison - 2x
Tool
 
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Rush x4
Maynard Ferguson x3
Barry Manilow x2
Pat Benatar x2
Joan Osborne x2
Sugarland
Queensrÿche
Styx
Stevie Nicks
Post Modern Jukebox
The Police
Prince
Dixie Chicks
Blue Man Group x2
Collective Soul
Heart
Queen
Dave Matthews Band
The Avett Brothers x2
Mumford and Sons x2
Fiona Apple

I'm sure there's a few more but I must mention one of the best shows I've ever seen that might not fit in this is the Drum and Bugle Corps that tour around the country during the summer. That is one hell of a spectacular show. One of my very favorites to this day.


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