Joan Jett and the Blackhearts were kickA live - saw them in Seattle and in Columbia, SC.
Billy Idol was great in Charlotte.
I've always wanted to see AC-DC (another all-time fave) live, but never had the energy to put toward trying to buy tickets. My friend in the Army saw
'em twice and was a slave to them for life. Angus, another freaken GENIOUS. Who can follow Angus on the axe?
Would have loved to have seen Bob Marley.. My mom was down in Jamaica once, back in '77, or '78, and someone from Marley's circle asked her to go a
show of his and to meet him later. I don't what the X she had going on that night, but she actually turned them down. (And lived to regret it later.
and I still wanna catch Jimmy Buffet sometime.. Who can not
be a parrot-head? I know one thing, from being in a war, if I was ever stuck on a
deserted island, or had to go back to hell, and I could take 10 cds, Jimmy Buffet and Bob Marley would definitely be on that list. They're brilliant
storytellers.. during the war, I'd pop in "Changes in Lattitudes," walk however many miles alone, out to flight line, and my mind would be taken so
far away from where I was... it was good for the soul.
Would love to see the EAGLES (saw them play an awesome accoustic set back in the 90s on MTV). Ain't gonna pay half my month's rent to see 'em tho.
They've made enuff money throughout my lifetime. I still love 'em tho.
Roger Waters came to Charlotte several years ago and I got free tickets at work. I didn't really feel like going so I gave 'em to my roomate. He was
blown away by the show. He never quit reminding me how stupid I was for not going. I probly should have. I LOVE Pink Floyd. He said it was best show
he'd ever seen - and he was in his 50s, so he'd seen a few.
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