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#31 Steele47

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 08:14 PM

Dead Kennedys  LA 1984
The Replacements around 1988
Social Distortion 88ish
The Who 1996 I think,  (Quadrophenia tour with many instruments onstage.  Seemed like a Broadway Production.  Played Quad album to a tee so was kinda weird.  Didn't feel like I saw a true live show)
The Who 2000 with Entwistle.  The Who 2002 few months after Entwistle died.  The 2000 show in Dallas was very good!
Psychedelic Furs mid 80s
Sex Pistols at Universal Studios in 96.  Not sure how I really felt about that show.
R.E.M. around 89 or 90.  I was always a on the fence fan because I found Michael Stipe nauseating.   But this was probably the best live show I've seen.  Was very impressed.
Probably some that escape my memory (as well as opening acts) but I always felt very uneasy in crowds so ended up passing on a lot of shows.

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 09:29 PM

Crazy how ticket prices have escalated.
Done woth most shows will only attrnd local
Shows at a cool small venue in A2 called the ark.

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 10:09 PM

View PostCHuntsman, on 09 March 2018 - 02:47 PM, said:

View Postzmrobertson, on 09 March 2018 - 02:30 PM, said:

Bush/Cowboy Mouth - in Middle School
Perpetual Groove - played a small bar near me in college, that was awesome
Widespread Panic - loved these concerts from 1999 - 2003
Kiss/Ted Nugent - Nugent fired an arrow into a speaker, that was cool
Aerosmith - Disappointing
Hank Williams Jr (Don't remember this one at all)
Queens of the Stone Age - Vegas

Those are all I can remember

Widespread!!!!!

After watching a WP concert on tv a few years ago I can't believe I never really heard of this band all these years. Like a perfect combination of Allman Bros and Grateful Dead.
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Posted 09 March 2018 - 10:24 PM

I wish that was my excuse.

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 10:44 PM

Yeah, classic rock station WLUP in Chicago is no more. It becomes a Christian rock station tomorrow I believe. I grew up with The Loop.

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 11:03 PM

Is that pic from death to disco night.

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 08:07 AM

Way too many to list, my first....Clash of the Titans at Alpine Valley in 89 or 90, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax, opening act Alice In Chains. I was 14 and scared for a minute or two☠

Other memorable shows-

DMB and Neil Young - Tinley Park, mid to late 90's

PJ20 in 2011 at Alpine Valley, never got to see Soundgarden live, but Cornell coming on stage and doing some Temple of the Dog stuff and Stardog Champion

Tool to open the Resch Center in Green Bay in 2002, Maynard is interesting

Audioslave at Lollapalooza at Marcus Amphitheatre, the only other time I got the privilege to see Cornell, early 2000's

RHCP and Foo Fighters at Marcus Amphitheatre 2000ish

STP opening for Megadeth in 93 at the Riverside Theatre

So many more, concert going has tapered off quite a bit, last show was a good one Royal Blood opening up for QOTSA at the Rave, ran into some good friends who coincidentally I was at my first show noted above and several of the others listed....going to see PJ at Wrigley in August!

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 08:58 AM

View PostJose c., on 09 March 2018 - 11:03 PM, said:

Is that pic from death to disco night.

Yea, that was Disco Demolition Night, July 12th, 1979. 'Great time.

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 09:44 AM

I've seen a number of shows in my day- not nearly as many of some of you however. One thing that certainly sticks out in my mind is the fact that I saw the last Stevie Ray Vaughn performance up at Alpine and the last Grateful Dead show with Jerry Garcia at Soldier Field...

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 12:06 PM

Couple of more came to mind...

Ozzy Osbourne - I believe it was the Blizzard of Ozz tour.  Hung an elevationally challenged guy out over the crowd.

Peter Frampton a couple of years ago at a small venue.  He's better than ever.  Great guy.  His Fingerprints album won a Grammy is way under the masses radar.  Get a chance, take the wife and kids.

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 01:16 PM

Zac Brown
Alan Jackson
Tim and Faith
Eagles
Jethro Tull
Ted Nugent
Johnny Cash
B-52's
Jimmy Buffett
Miley Cyrus
Selena Gomez
AC/DC
Charlie Daniels
Pat Benetar
Steve Miller Band


Sure there are others

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 03:21 PM

Remembered a few more from the dark recesses of my brain. .

Judas Priest
Duke and the Drivers
The Who
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Posted 10 March 2018 - 06:10 PM

Small venues like bars and theatres:
REM; ‘84, Replacements ‘89(?), Red Hot Chili Peppers in ‘85 (opened for Burning Spear) then saw them in a bar in ‘87. Warren Zevon at a bar. The Ramones in ‘87. Psychic TV same time period. Grateful Dead in ‘81, Jefferson Starship ‘81, The Kinks ‘81 at Stanley Theatre in PGH. Janes addiction in ‘91 and then in ‘14 with the original lineup. Primus opened for JA in ‘91 then saw them again last summer. Neil Young acoustic at Red Rocks in ‘92. Jonathan Richman a few times, Alex chiton as well.
Bigger venues: Jethro Tull, U2, Neil Young and Crazy Horse and NY and his new band last year. Pearl Jam in smaller arena (8000), James Taylor, REM, Elton John, Sting, P-Funk All Stars, Styx, Paul McCartney, Rolling Stones, Paul Simon. The police in ‘83 and Kansas was my first concert in ‘78/9. Grateful Dead again.
Some randoms: the Monkees on their 25th reunion. Loverboy, Quiet Riot, Billy Idol, Noghtranger, survivor.
That’s off the top of my head, lots more I am sure are rattling around in there.

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Posted 11 March 2018 - 06:24 AM

Motley Crew
Bon Jovi
Whitesnake
.38 Special
Ratt
Beach Boys
Chicago
Steppenwolf
Kid Rock
Def Lepard
Vince Gill
Garth Brooks
Dolly Parton
The Mavericks
Guns and Roses
Prince
The Three Tenors.


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Posted 12 March 2018 - 01:00 AM

View PostJose c., on 09 March 2018 - 11:03 PM, said:

Is that pic from death to disco night.

Disco demolition night at comisky Park (White Sox)


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Posted 12 March 2018 - 01:04 AM

View Postode1, on 10 March 2018 - 08:07 AM, said:

Way too many to list, my first....Clash of the Titans at Alpine Valley in 89 or 90, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax, opening act Alice In Chains. I was 14 and scared for a minute or two☠

Saw megadeth with Chris Broderick at a small Venue in 2013 the grove In Anaheim and it was fantastic.

Other memorable shows-

DMB and Neil Young - Tinley Park, mid to late 90's

PJ20 in 2011 at Alpine Valley, never got to see Soundgarden live, but Cornell coming on stage and doing some Temple of the Dog stuff and Stardog Champion

Tool to open the Resch Center in Green Bay in 2002, Maynard is interesting

Audioslave at Lollapalooza at Marcus Amphitheatre, the only other time I got the privilege to see Cornell, early 2000's

RHCP and Foo Fighters at Marcus Amphitheatre 2000ish

STP opening for Megadeth in 93 at the Riverside Theatre

So many more, concert going has tapered off quite a bit, last show was a good one Royal Blood opening up for QOTSA at the Rave, ran into some good friends who coincidentally I was at my first show noted above and several of the others listed....going to see PJ at Wrigley in August!


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Posted 12 March 2018 - 01:08 AM

Forgot to mention I saw Shotgun Messiah (sp?) at the thirsty whale back around 1988. They tried to fit  all the gear from their tour in this little bar it was too loud really couldn’t decifer anything ....

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Posted 12 March 2018 - 10:48 AM

I’ve been to quite a few shows but my favorites were Page and Plant twice for their No Quarter tour, the Beastie Boys with Tribe Called Quest on the Hello Nasty tour and anytime I got to see the Deftones at Saltair in Salt Lake City.
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Posted 12 March 2018 - 11:16 AM

View PostUofU02, on 12 March 2018 - 10:48 AM, said:

I've been to quite a few shows but my favorites were Page and Plant twice for their No Quarter tour, the Beastie Boys with Tribe Called Quest on the Hello Nasty tour and anytime I got to see the Deftones at Saltair in Salt Lake City.

Dan Rather is interviewing Robert Plant tomorrow night at 9ET on The Big Interview.
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Posted 12 March 2018 - 12:13 PM

View PostBob Cat, on 12 March 2018 - 11:16 AM, said:

View PostUofU02, on 12 March 2018 - 10:48 AM, said:

I've been to quite a few shows but my favorites were Page and Plant twice for their No Quarter tour, the Beastie Boys with Tribe Called Quest on the Hello Nasty tour and anytime I got to see the Deftones at Saltair in Salt Lake City.

Dan Rather is interviewing Robert Plant tomorrow night at 9ET on The Big Interview.

Cool!  Thanks for the heads up.

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Posted 12 March 2018 - 06:04 PM

Hmmmmmm many from back in the day. Highlight was Pink Floyd in Rome, Italy by chance being on a backpack across Europe trip as a kid. Saw about a dozen Grateful Dead shows, Rolling Stones, The Who, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, REM, Tom Petty, Simple Minds, New Order, and many I can't remember lol. Good times
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Posted 12 March 2018 - 06:44 PM

View PostKarstenK, on 12 March 2018 - 06:04 PM, said:

Hmmmmmm many from back in the day. Highlight was Pink Floyd in Rome, Italy by chance being on a backpack across Europe trip as a kid. Saw about a dozen Grateful Dead shows, Rolling Stones, The Who, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, REM, Tom Petty, Simple Minds, New Order, and many I can't remember lol. Good times

Good taste in music K..
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Posted 13 March 2018 - 01:09 AM

Hendrix--Boston Garden
Hendrix- Providence Civic Center.
Joplin--Harvard Stadium
1969 New Port Jazz Fest
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Posted 13 March 2018 - 07:38 AM

Dead & Co twice (once more in the Summer)
DMB twice (once more in the summer)
Countless Phish couch tours
same goes for Widespread Panic
Styx when they randomly played a show 4th of July in the mid 2000s
Kansas the year after at the same juncture
Umphreys Mcgee twice (absolutely shred)
Peter Frampton
My Morning Jacket (incredible)
The Flaming Lips (left 4 songs in)
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Posted 13 March 2018 - 08:47 AM

View Postthug the bunny, on 09 March 2018 - 10:09 PM, said:

View PostCHuntsman, on 09 March 2018 - 02:47 PM, said:

View Postzmrobertson, on 09 March 2018 - 02:30 PM, said:

Bush/Cowboy Mouth - in Middle School
Perpetual Groove - played a small bar near me in college, that was awesome
Widespread Panic - loved these concerts from 1999 - 2003
Kiss/Ted Nugent - Nugent fired an arrow into a speaker, that was cool
Aerosmith - Disappointing
Hank Williams Jr (Don't remember this one at all)
Queens of the Stone Age - Vegas

Those are all I can remember

Widespread!!!!!

After watching a WP concert on tv a few years ago I can't believe I never really heard of this band all these years. Like a perfect combination of Allman Bros and Grateful Dead.

Yeah I was obsessed with them while Mikey Houser was alive.  He was ridiculous.  After that it just wasn't the same imo.

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Posted 13 March 2018 - 12:15 PM

Been to a few mostly while I was younger quite a varied list of bands and genres I won't count the list of varied varieties of techno DJ's I have seen spin over the years at clubs/raves etc.

Non Country
Pink Floyd Oakland Coliseum mid 90's best show I have ever been too.
Grateful Dead numerous times all at Shoreline Amphitheater musically not the best shows but so fun in their own right and a totally different world.
Primus New Years Eve somewhere in a smoke filled club in Berkeley Green Day was there one year early in their history
Nine Inch Nails, Perfect Circle opened for them. PHX AZ
Smashing Pumpkins Mesa AZ their 1st to last show before they broke up
Bruce Horsby somewhere in San Diego County
Van Halen early 90's Shoreline Amphitheater
G Love and special sauce plus Limp Bizkit buddy won the MGD blind date concert trip so it was a free trip to Chicago. concert was MEH

Country most in the mid-late 90's. Dudes if you are single I highly suggest going to country concerts and sitting out in general admission or if there is a lawn type area. Some of my best days as a single dude were at country shows country chicks FTW.
Chris Ledoux the GOAT of cowboy singers, Laramie Wyoming
Most of the rest at Shoreline Amphitheater some in Wyo a few more at different rodeos around Northern CA or Reno
Garth Brooks
Clay Walker
George Strait multiple times
Joe Diffie
Allan Jackson
Tim McGraw  
Brooks and Dunn
Mark Chestnut
Aaron Tippin
Clint Black
Sammy Kershaw
Dwight Yokam
Alabama
Charlie Daniels
Diamond Rio

Most of the 2000's to 2010 was the techno scene

More recently since country has sucked for a decade + went to see Chris Stapleton with Brothers Osborne and it was a fantastic show

I'm sure there is more that I am forgetting or smaller local shows etc

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Posted 13 March 2018 - 09:25 PM

The Monkees
Guns-n-Roses / Aerosmith
the Ramones / PIL / Tom Tom Club / Blondie
311 / Green Day
Sheryl Crow
Alanis Morrisette
Eekamouse
Tori Amos
Youssou n'Dour
Trilok Gurtu
Peter Murphy
Metallica
Queens of the Stone Age / Nine Inch Nails
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Esperanza Spalding
Vanessa Carleton

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Posted 13 March 2018 - 11:22 PM

View PostOne_Putt_Blunder, on 13 March 2018 - 12:15 PM, said:

Been to a few mostly while I was younger quite a varied list of bands and genres I won't count the list of varied varieties of techno DJ's I have seen spin over the years at clubs/raves etc.

Non Country
Pink Floyd Oakland Coliseum mid 90's best show I have ever been too.
Grateful Dead numerous times all at Shoreline Amphitheater musically not the best shows but so fun in their own right and a totally different world.
Primus New Years Eve somewhere in a smoke filled club in Berkeley Green Day was there one year early in their history
Nine Inch Nails, Perfect Circle opened for them. PHX AZ
Smashing Pumpkins Mesa AZ their 1st to last show before they broke up
Bruce Horsby somewhere in San Diego County
Van Halen early 90's Shoreline Amphitheater
G Love and special sauce plus Limp Bizkit buddy won the MGD blind date concert trip so it was a free trip to Chicago. concert was MEH

Country most in the mid-late 90's. Dudes if you are single I highly suggest going to country concerts and sitting out in general admission or if there is a lawn type area. Some of my best days as a single dude were at country shows country chicks FTW.
Chris Ledoux the GOAT of cowboy singers, Laramie Wyoming
Most of the rest at Shoreline Amphitheater some in Wyo a few more at different rodeos around Northern CA or Reno
Garth Brooks
Clay Walker
George Strait multiple times
Joe Diffie
Allan Jackson
Tim McGraw  
Brooks and Dunn
Mark Chestnut
Aaron Tippin
Clint Black
Sammy Kershaw
Dwight Yokam
Alabama
Charlie Daniels
Diamond Rio

Most of the 2000's to 2010 was the techno scene

More recently since country has sucked for a decade + went to see Chris Stapleton with Brothers Osborne and it was a fantastic show

I'm sure there is more that I am forgetting or smaller local shows etc

Wait, the Dead were not the best musically? I know that sometimes when they go off on their space jams it can be a little here or there, but that is the nature of improvisation, and overall they were some of the best musicians in their era. Percussion - Hart and Kreutzman, amazing (sure, not Neil Pert or Steve Gadd, but then who is). Bass - Phil Lesh, don't even argue. Guitars - Wier and Garcia, ummm yeah, say no more.
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Posted 13 March 2018 - 11:53 PM

Spent way too much $$ on concerts in my life, though I never went to any festival shows...  I'll try to organize them... some were on the same set but I'll just list them.

80's Hair/Heavy Metal:
Iron Maiden/Motorhead/Dio (was 2003 and still the best concert I've ever been to)
Guns N Roses
Tesla
Dokken
Poison (also saw Samantha 7)
Megadeth
Motley Crue
Jackal
Def Leppard
Bon Jovi
Kix
Cinderella
Metal Church
Warrant

Classic Rock:
The Who
Chicago - seen them at least 6 times, best was with Earth, Wind, & Fire
Styx & Dennis Deyoung separately but never together
Journey with both lead singers after Steve Perry
Bob Seger
KISS
Aerosmith
Kansas
Queen w/Adam Lambert
Violent Femmes
Billy Joel
Black Crowes
Doobie Brothers
Jackson Browne
The Moody Blues
Meat Loaf
Cindy Lauper
John Fogerty
John Mellencamp
Elvis Costello
Frankie Valli
Eddie Money
Jimmy Buffett (3 times: tailgate > concert every time)
Average White Band
Little River Band
Nazareth
REO Speedwagon
Cheap Trick
Survivor
Van Halen (w/Hagar)

Southern Rock/Country:
Kid Rock
Charlie Daniels Band
The Outlaws (most surprising concert I've attended, they were awesome)
Blackfoot
Molly Hatchet
38 Special
Lynyrd Skynard (the recent incarnation)
Restless Heart
Oak Ridge Boys
Statler Brothers

90s/00s:
Barenaked Ladies (at least 6-7 times)
Pearl Jam (at Wrigley)
Live
Dave Matthews
Tonic
Oleander
Fuel
3 Doors Down
Bloodhound Gang
Nerf Herder
Better Than Ezra
Foo Fighters
Goo Goo Dolls
Sister Hazel
SR-71
Train
3rd Eye Blind
O.A.R.
Our Lady Peace
Vertical Horizon
Harvey Danger (The nut low of all concerts ever)

Edited by DrOldSchool, 13 March 2018 - 11:55 PM.


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Posted 13 March 2018 - 11:53 PM

Rolling Stones, Akron Rubber Bowl 1972.  The warm up act was Stevie Wonder (at least HE wasn't trashed).
Seals and Crofts, Norfolk Scope 1975.
Johnny Cash, Ohio State Fair 1968, I think.
Greg Allmän, Del Mar Fairgrounds 1988
Beach Boys, 32nd St. Naval Station, 1989, again at Riverbend 2016
Cher Farewell Tour, Nutter Center 2003 (a gift for my wife, I figured I would enjoy it more than a Barry Manilow concert).

Not much of a concert goer, usually go for the intimate local venues.


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