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Old 02-18-2021, 05:21 PM #1
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what BANDS have you seen?

Tool, Ozzy Osbourne, The Police, Ratt, Interpol, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, Limp Bizkit
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First band: John Sebastian & Lovin' Spoonful.... Sept. 1967..
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Out of those I have seen Tool! That was funny, sadly smoke to much hash during the day and was tired. Still enoyed it a lot, but I didnt match the intensity of the music.

I lived with a natural born guitarist. I got Tool every day in my living room too!

Saw the The Who as when they were old, on a rainy day. Sucked ass hehe. Still got great hash so I wasnt complaining!

First Concert was Queens of the Stone Age. That was really cool!

BEST Concert was Turbonegro! Right after they released a new album after Hank von Hell had gotten clean and they played again. I was ALL sore in throat and could hardly speak afterwards. Awesome! LOL, but YEAH!

Bob Dylan was ok, he played piano that day. He wasnt in any rock N roll modus, more link Pink Floyd, sci-fi inspirated. But all in all, it was Dylan.

and some other stuff on festivals an such. I lost Damian Marley that too was a little lame. We got all drunk on a boat++ and lost time and space. Ended over a fence cut my hand really bad, blood all over, fat squeesing out. Got a few stiches there yes. Stupid, didnt see that there wire wasnt cut off at the top, and needed a short cut. Had paid!

The concert of my dreams would have been Black Sabbath when they were young and full of energy! Or Johnny Cash.....
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Old 02-18-2021, 06:09 PM #4
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The Exploited, Toy Dolls, Bad Religion, Ska-P, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson, Rammstein, Cannibal Corpse, Sepultura, Pennywise,



some of the famous ones and much more i can t recall at the moment
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The Dead, Rolling Stones, Willie Nelson, Steel Pulse, Burning Spear, Widespread Panic, Tedeski Trucks Band, Rage Against the Machine, Dave Mathews, Stanley Jordan, My Morning Jacket, Soundgarden, John Foggerty, Ringo Starr, Gregg Rolie, Gov't Mule, Allman Brothers, Steve Miller, Robert Plant, Peter Frampton, Lindsey Buckingham, The Black Crowes, Steely Dan, Steven Stills, Medeski Martin & Wood, String Cheese Incident, Phish, The Beastie Boys, The Gipsy Kings, Lyle Lovett, Jeff Beck, Rebelution, John Cougar, Elvis Costello, The Roots, Chick Corea, Huey Lewis, Lotus, The Disco Buscuits, Umphrey's McGee, George Clinton
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1st Band seen live was YES Colt Park , Hartford, Ct ... June 1976 ... was awesome
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Fletch you've seen a lot of bands! Huey Lewis was probably awesome. He doesn't play anymore, he went deaf. Soundgarden must've been good too. So many concerts man! Rock on Fletch!
Whipemeat Cannibal Corpses are good! Show was probably really good. You saw Michael Jackson? Cool! I was a huge fan as a kid in the 80's.
Veggiafarmer - Tool! They rock! I saw them open for Ozzy in 1998. Never heard of Turbonegro I'll check them out.
Pinball Wizard I've heard of Lovin Spoonful. 1967? Right on!
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I was never a big concert goer . . . but I did see a few greats in their prime. Alice Cooper during his hanging phase, Billy Joel just after the Piano Man release so it was just him and a piano in a good hall, Muddy Waters in a near-empty bar was really very special, Paul McCartney & Wings Over America, and Juluka – South Africa’s Johnny Clegg’s first band. And I saw both Nureyev and Baryshnikov dance in their prime.
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plus Primus, Ben Harper, Blues Traveler, Incubus, Bassnectar and tons of others.

Yeah, musically I'm pretty Well Traveled.

Huey Lewis put on a Great show. He was really cool. At one point between songs, all these Women were yelling "I love you Huey!!!" He responded , "I love you too Sir." The whole crowd laughed. He'd probably done that line over and over, but it told me that he wasn't full of himself which I thought was Awesome.

Soundgarden was one of those bands that sounded as good live as on the recordings. They threw it Down. Everyones ears were ringing for like two days after the show.

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Star crash Yes is pretty awesome! Must've been a good show
Tobedeyermined Billy Joel must've been good. Paul McCartney too.
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