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Of the bands on that list I've only seen Van Halen.
Here's my concert list (what I can remember, anyway 😉)
Iron Maiden x9
Blue Oyster Cult x6
Alice Cooper x4
The Raven Age x2
A Perfect Circle x2
Yngwie Malmsteen x2
Great White x2
Coheed and Cambria x2
Sublime with Rome
The Beta Machine
The New Regime
Alice in Chains
Children of Bodom
Kill Devil Hill
Roger Waters (The Wall)
The Smashing Pumpkins
Pet Shop Boys
Hall & Oates
Marshall Tucker Band
And this Saturday I will be seeing The Iron Maidens for the first time.
The Beach Boys, Steve Miller, Pablo Cruz, and Stanky Brown.
I keep thinking Hall and Oats were there but I'm not sure
First Concert at the New Giants Stadium.
MSG and at the Meadowlands
The Rolling Stones
Blue Öyster Cult
Steve Miller and the Silver Bullet Band
at Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City
He walks on stage, grabs the mic, waits for the noise to abate and says, "Hey! You know The Beatles played here?
Crowd goes nuts.
Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and Jerry Lee Lewis
(Sir) Paul McCartney
BB King and Muddy Waters
Creedance Clearwater Revival
Ringo Starr and his All-Star Band
A lady that I know came from Columbia... She smiled because I did not understand
I was in the greatest show on earth! For what it was worth...
Twisted Sister in some bar on Staten Island when they were nobody.
Paul Simon in Central Park
The Grateful Dead
Saratoga Springs, NY 1980 (I think)
Too many artists to list
Ozzy Osbourne sang Iron Man at 10 in the morning.
I remember it was hot that day. Seriously.
She played my college.
I'd never heard anything like her.
And the ones I can't remember...
None on the cover but who are AND MORE?
Here's a fairly complete list (though sorry, not in alphabetical order!):
Louden Wainright III
The Charlie Daniels Band
Papa John Creech
Alvin LeeJ. Geils Band
Tom Petty & Heartbreakers
David Bromberg BandBilly Joel
George orogood & e Destroyers
Elvis Costello & The Attractions
Graham Parker & The Rumor
The Beach Boys
Joe JacksonStanley Clarke & Chick Corea
McGuinn, Clark & Hillman
Dire StraitsRamonesChuck MangioneJefferson StarshipAztec Two-StepMerle SaundersThe Henry Paul BandPat Metheny GroupJorma KaukonenDavid Bromberg Band
Edgar WinterPousette-Dart Band
PlasmaticsJerry Garcia Band
Rick Derringer Gentle Giant TriumphBlue Oyster Cult
Def LeppardIan Hunter & Mick Ronson
DevoVan HalenHall & OatesJourney
Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes Pure Prairie League
The Good Rats
YesAllman Brothers Band
John McLaughlin, Al Dimeola & Paco DeLucia
Willie Nile Rainbow
Evelyn Champagne King
Gary U.S. Bonds
Joan Jett & e Blackhearts
Adam & The Ants
LoverboySusie & e BansheesU2Rossington-Collins Band
Bobby (Weir) & The Midnights
Billy IdolIan HunterLeslie West & Corky LangThe Stray Cats
That is quite a list! Many I wish I could have seen, also, but here are two that I did see.
Emmylou Harris - Performed at Austin City Limits Festival, 2000 (?) I was a volunteer, and when my shift ended, I got to see Emmylou for free. The festival was a lot more fun back then.
U2 - 2001 (opening act was No Doubt / Gwen Stefani) Quite the show!
Well that's an impressive list! Lots of people on there I'd of like to have seen but the ones I did see were- The Beach Boys, Cyndi Lauper and Hall&Oates (who I saw years ago for $5 at a local college before they were famous and they were AMAZING!)
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