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Who have you seen live?

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posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 06:58 PM
Tiesto, Van Buren, Anjunabeats / Above & Beyond, U2, Garth Brooks and Cabas. And a couple of other smaller artists.

[edit on 21-1-2009 by nastalgik]

posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 06:55 PM
Well, although not a band, I did see Ronald Reagan give a speech in 1988.

About 10 years back I went to see a Bill Cosby stand-up show and sat in the front row -- just about 4 or 5 meters away from him. After leaving the show, we found ourselves behind his limo. Surprisingly he pulled into Dairy Queen (I assume to get a pudding pop perhaps).

As for bands, I haven't seen a whole lot - Primus, Green Day, Tom Petty, U2 (Sydney) are among my fav's.

posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 11:15 AM
GWAR (three times)
Iron Maiden (twice)
Black Sabbath
Velvet Revolver
Slayer (twice)
Marilyn Manson (twice)
Machine Head
Mudvayne (twice)
Black Label Society
In Flames
Bleeding Through (Twice)
Unearth (five times)
As I Lay Dying (twice)
Devildriver (twice)
Lamb of God (twice)
Shadows Fall (twice)
Stone Sour
The Black Dahlia Murder
Killswitch Engage (twice, not by choice lol)
Bury Your Dead (twice)
Linkin Park
Job For A Cowboy
Drowning Pool
Ill Nino
Dimmu Borgir
Dream Theater
God Forbid (twice)
Sworn Enemy
Through The Eyes Of The Dead
System of a Down
Lacuna Coil
Disturbed (not by choice)
Norma Jean
All That Remains
Between The Buried And Me
Remembering Never

There are a few more, I just cant think. Hm..

[edit on 27-1-2009 by GorehoundLarry]

posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 01:33 PM
Most of mine were in the 70's and early 80's.....Kiss,the original lynard skynrd, gary wright, black oak arkansas, free, montrose, styx, journey,bad company(even got backstage to meet them), molly hatchett, aerosmith, america,ELO, zz top, fleetwood mac, kid rock, george clinton, pink floyd, alabama, and some I can't remember!

posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 08:47 PM
First gig, 1975 Wembley Stadium: Elton John, The Beach Boys, The Eagles, Joe Walsh, Rufus (with Chaka Khan), Stackridge.
1976 Charlton: The Who, Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Little Feat (mm hmmm!!), Widowmaker.
Ted Nugent
Rory Gallagher
Hawkwind (about 9 times)
Motorhead (ditto)
Blue Oyster Cult
Robin Trower
Van De Graaf Generator
The Enid
Van Halen (just after the first album: mates of mine asked if I wanted to go and see Black Sabbath and I said no: they came back raving about the support act - VH)
Led Zeppelin at Knebworth '79: can't remember much about the bill but I think it included Todd Rundgren... or maybe that was
Frank Zappa at Knebworth
John Martyn
Wishbone Ash
Allan Holdsworth
The Beat
Brand X
BB King
The Crusaders
Steve Hillage
Bow Wow Wow
The O-Tips
Haircut 100
Freak Power
Robert Cray
George Clinton's P-Funk AllStars
Maceo Parker
Genesis (with Phil Collins - mistake)
Peter Gabriel
Gong (a mate of mine was playing with them for a while - an awesome band)
Here and Now
Frank Zappa with the 1988 touring band ("The Best Band You Never Heard In Your Life")
U2 - very early on: they played a rather small venue in Brighton
AC/DC (sooooo bored: years later, Van Halen supported them at Donington[?] and I left when their set started.
Ozzy was on the same bill, though, and I went CRAAAZAAAYYYY just like he asked...
Keith Jarrett
John Zorn and Naked City (one of my favourite gigs ever)
Egberto Gismonti
Taj Mahal
John Lee Hooker
Buddy Guy in Vancouver(incredible! He'd just got back from John Lee Hooker's funeral and did a tribute. He channeled JLH, there's no other word for it. It was uncanny. The hairs on the back of my neck stood up, and I don't think I was the only one)
Madness (playing a rather short selection of wall-to-wall hits: I know you're supposed to leave the audience wanting more, but...70 minutes?)
ZZ Top (mm hmm hmm hmm hmm!)
Lonnie Mack
John Scofield
Jan Gabarek
Robben Ford
Mike Stern
Loose Tubes
Jools Holland's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra (who were rubbish)
Sly and Robbie
Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.
Tuck and Patti
Leni Stern
Roy Ayers
Rachid Taha
Lots of amazing acts at various WOMADs including:
Toto la Mopesina Y sus Tamores
Bobby Carcossas' Afro-Jazz
Totonho Y Os Cabra (their first album is still a favourite)
Super Etoile De Dakar
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Sheila Chandra
Van Morrison
Ali Farka Toure
Banda Mexe con Tudos
Cheb Khaled
Ojos de Brujo
Zap Mama
Bob Brozmann (unbelievable)
The Holmes Brothers
Soul II Soul
Mory Kante
Toumani Diabate
Femi Kuti
Black Uhuru

...and loads more I can't remember.

I don't know who I'd drag myself out of the house for, these days.

posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 09:12 PM
AC DC - both with Bon Scott and Brian Johnson
Van Halen -w Roth 3 times
Ted Nugent - 3 times
Aerosmith - about 4 times, before the members got married
Rush - 2 times
Ozzy - with Randy Rhoads

Quiet Riot
Blue Man Group - Chicago, Vegas and Dallas
Pat Metheny Group

There's been many others but these are the ones that quickly come to mind

posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 09:15 PM
Re-reading the posts, I realise I forgot Thin Lizzy (80s with Gary Moore) and
Rush (late seventies), twice. All my mates really liked them and about 10 minutes into the second gig I thought, "now I remember why I never wanted to see this lot again..."

Acts I'd like to have seen - some of whom I still might

Hendrix, of course
Rage Against The Machine
Dizzy Gillespie (had tickets for a gig in London but he died)
The ULTIMATE gig of all time - Parliament, mothership tour 1975. If I had a time machine I'd go to every gig on that tour. More than once.
Miles, of course
Charlie Hunter
Disposable Heroes of HipHoprisy
Michael Franti
Les Paul
Lenny Breau
Frank Zappa (saw him twice. That's not nearly enough. I had bad luck with his gigs - one night I was on my way up with some friends and we heard he'd cancelled on the car radio: another time we got to the Hammersmith Odeon to find that my friend, who had bought the tickets, ahd forgotten them...)
James Morrisson (the Australian multi-instrumentalist, not the Lizard King or the lacklustre singer)
GWAR (not for the music, I'm afraid)

And probably many more

posted on Jan, 28 2009 @ 10:07 AM
Starting with the very first concert I saw. In no particular order

Paul McCartney and wings
The Eagles
Pink Floyd
Def Leppard
Motley Crue
Bon Jovi
Marshal Tucker Band
The Alman Brothers
Simon and Garfunkel(last tour together
Bruce Springstein
The Stray Cats
Adam Ant
The Producers
Vice Gill/Amy Grant
Third Day
Jars of Clay
The Police
The Doobie Brothers

Can't remember any more! The best was Pink Floyd when Roger Waters was with them!!

posted on Jan, 28 2009 @ 12:00 PM
Here are a few more.

How could I have forgotten The Rolling Stones ?
...maybe because Jagger was already looking like Don Knotts

Paul McCartney
Styx - before the Mr Roboto fiasco

Hall and Oates - OK, so shoot me, I had a girlfriend that loved them
Barry Manilow - OK OK, shoot me twice, same as above reason.

I know there are still a few more.
( be continued)

posted on Feb, 4 2009 @ 05:15 PM
I've only ever been to one big concert, because I live so far out in the country I can't get to any of the big cities easily.

For my 21st birthday I was sent to see a show with my best mate in Newcastle, Australia.

We saw Behind Crimson Eyes, Altarbridge, P.O.D. and Disturbed.

Was literally the best night of my life. I had never experienced anything like it before. I couldn't speak for days because of all the screaming and excitement.

This is the opening of that show. Glad someone recorded it.

He gets brought out in asylum gear

posted on Feb, 4 2009 @ 08:28 PM
I've seen lots of bands play live. Mostly metal bands.


Iron Maiden ( Dio and Motorhead were there as well. Dio was awesome. Can't say I cared much for Motorhead though. Maiden kicked some serious ass!!! By far one of the greatest metal bands of all time!!! )

Cannibal Corpse
Morbid Angel
Suicidal Tendencies

Cradle of Filth (Also had the pleasure of meeting them. Twice. )

Iced Earth
Children of Bodom

King Diamond ( This was about ten years ago. I was playing guitar in a local band at that time and we were able to score ourselves a spot as one of the opening bands. Needless to say, I got to see that show for free. And free beer all night too. Good times. )


The Trans-Siberian Orchestra ( A Christmas concert. They performed their album "Christmas Eve and Other Stories". A bit different from what I'm used to but very, VERY enjoyable. A stunning and most excellent performance. )

Dream Theater
Paradise Lost
Lacuna Coil

Some bands that I have not yet seen in concert but really want to:

Amon Amarth
November's Doom
Dimmu Borgir

Some bands that I would pay any price to see in concert but will never get to because they're not around anymore :

Celtic Frost

[edit on 2/4/2009 by Lightmare]

posted on Feb, 4 2009 @ 08:56 PM
reply to post by chissler

Oasis 4 times (each time amazing)

my personal Oasis favourite - Masterolan:

East17 (i was 15 i think), was good though.

Lots of others at road shows ect.
Strange though, I've only ever wanted to go to Glastonbury (festival, I've been to the town before, love it very mystical) and yet i never have. No, one wants to go with me - must be the muddy fileds that puts them off. Tried to get tickets last year but had sold out

[edit on 4-2-2009 by MCoG1980]

posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 03:02 AM
reply to post by fooffstarr

LOL. Dude, 44 seconds into the Vid and aussie as, move it ya fat mole. I nearly wet myself. Classic, sounds like you had a ripper of a night.

posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 04:26 AM
I've only ever seen 1 band live.

That was The Who,last year at Wembly Arena. I only went cos my mates said they'd come to a rave with me if i wentto a concert with them. (they've still not been shape throwing with me,bleedin lightweights)

Might be going to see the Prodigy on their new album tour in the spring,as they're a group I've been meaning to see live.

Seen a billion and 1 live techno/acid techno/hardcore/gabba acts. Favourite being DDR every time. He knows how to tweak them knobs

[edit on 12/2/2009 by Acidtastic]

posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 05:28 AM
reply to post by MCoG1980

Not wanting to sound like an auld fart but Glastonbury is not what it used to be.
Commercialism seems to take precedence nowadays, I would have loved to have gone when it was a free festival etc.
I was hoping to do V and Beautiful Days this year but may not get to either of them due to work commitments and other social outings.

I always wanted to go to Tribal Gathering but never got round to it i'm afraid.

Have been to a few festivals though, both large and small.

One of my favourites was Phoenix 96

And my favourite band of all time playing my favourite song;

So many very good memories.

I've also seen Oasis a few times and they are very good live, coincedentally I also think Masterplan is possibly their best song.
I saw Noel Gallagher do an acoustic set supporting Paul Weller once and he was absolutely fantastic but regrettably despite being constantly urged to he refused to play Masterplan.
I had excellent seats at Newcastle City Hall and was fortunate to be able to watch Gallagher in the wings throughout Weller's set; he drank several can's of lager, smoked a packet of Benson's and danced like a lunatic non-stop.
Weller, as always, was great.

I will always go to live concerts but unfortunately due to other commitments and the lack of decent venues I won't get to see as many as I used to.
A shame.

posted on May, 9 2009 @ 08:51 PM
Just wanted to update my live concert list.

Just saw

Eric Hutchinson

In two weeks



Mat Kearney - can't wait
The Helio Sequence

[edit on 5/9/2009 by Blogstalker]

posted on May, 14 2009 @ 03:21 AM
reply to post by chissler

Hmmm...last gig i saw was in Dubai Hard Rock cafe. indie bands called Crimson Debacle. they rocked the stadium! I'm not really into indie bands but they were screamo! Totally loved their drummer! Didn't expect a backflip from a girl drummer but she did. :|

posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 10:25 PM
Saw Green Day last night, was amazing.

Billie Joe had the audience in the palm of his hand.

The Bravery opened for them...they were ok.

Next on the list a bit of a diversion.. Rob Thomas

posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 05:26 PM
Paul gilbert
zak wylde
choir boys
voice of a beehive

and Damian Wilson(threshold)singing in my motor

posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 05:29 PM
reply to post by Freeborn

I went to the tribal gatheing some time ago with mates,we got realy drunk and didnt like it there so tried to sober up quick to drive home(the driver wasnt as wasted as we were,got lucky there)

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