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  • #16
    Pink Floyd
    AND... Metallica

    oh yeah.. and the Rolling Stones...

    and ACDC again.

    I'd go to an Amy Grant Concert if I could.... [Wink]
    Oh... Oh... I know you di-int!


    • #17
      Its been awhile but here some that I can remember...

      The Rolling Stones
      The Eagles
      The Beach Boys
      Fleetwood Mac
      Simon and Garfunkle
      Blue Oyster Cult
      J Geils Band
      Jethro Tull
      Moody Blues
      REO Speedwagon
      Pink Floyd
      Charlie Daniels Band
      ZZ Top
      "The American People will never knowingly adopt Socialism. Under the name of "liberalism" they will adopt every segment of the socialist program,until one day America will be a socialist nation without knowing how it happened."

      Norman Thomas


      • #18
        Well, I'm back home after my trip to Atlantic City to see the Moody Blues. Ray Thomas is no longer with them. He's been replaced by a verrrrrrry skinny woman who sings, plays guitar and plays the flute. The concert was pretty good (if you're into The Moody Blues, which I'm not) but I ended up getting stuck beside an overzealous fan who whooped, hollered, screamed, cheered, cried, sighed, threw her hands up in the air, and moaned the entire concert. I was beginning to wonder what exactly she was sitting on there after a while, because I certainly wasn't getting the same affect from the concert as she was! LOL

        Anyway, hubby enjoyed himself, which was great. I'm just glad to be home. {{{sigh}}}

        Thanks again to everyone who shared their lists with me!

        [ 03-09-2003, 03:38 PM: Message edited by: 156 ]


        • #19
          Elvis Presley
          The Osmondsd

          Too many Lounge Shows... I grew up in Vegas..

          Dead Kennedy's
          Agent Orange
          Black Flag
          Youth Brigade
          Ill Repute

          [ 03-08-2003, 08:14 PM: Message edited by: MadMax ]


          • #20
            Depeche Mode (4th row --awesome)

            But Angel-there wasn't but 6 rows TOTAL!

            (Sorry-just kidding... [Wink] )

            Me...I don't go in for HUGE concert venues-that's just not me. The ONLY exceptions have been:

            Jimmy Buffett
            Vince Gill

            Also, smaller venues:

            Mary Black and Shane Howard
            Leahy (more of a PERFORMANCE than a "concert" )
            People have more fun than anybody.


            • #21
              When I was a teenager back in the sixties, I went to see Steppenwolf. Two local police officers kept trying to buy weed from me, and I kept telling them I knew they were police and didn't they recognize me? You know, the kid that filed that report with you last week? LOL.

              Steppenwolf was ok, but they were really weird looking in person. We spoke to the bass player I think, after the show and he acted like we weren't even there. He was probably so high we weren't!


              • #22
                I know I'm going to miss a lot of them, but here goes...

                Exile, before they became famous, they started out in Richmond, KY and played often in my folk's living room. My folk's used to have some great parties!

                Robin Williams, I know, not a concert but a stage show. He was Awesome!

                Moody Blues, the band had 2 HUGE drums that the members would get up on and do percussion with their feet. Too Cool!

                Marty Stuart
                Ricky Van Shelton
                Dwight Yokum(sp?)
                Colin Ray

                I know there's more, the Sikeston Bootheel Rodeo puts on nightly concerts and I've seen so many there I can't remember them all.
                Criminals prefer unarmed victims.


                • #23
                  Well, I guess besides my love for sports and law enforcement music and my 3rd interests. It seems that whenever I can get some spare time I like to check out music. My interests have changed quite a bit over the years too. I'm 22 remind you. I mostly like the check out the smaller clubs and check out up coming bands. In fact I saw 2 concerts this week in Grand Rapids.

                  Here's the run down of the some of the shows I've seen since 1995.


                  Alice In Chains
                  Kid Rock
                  Nine Inch Nails

                  Kid Rock
                  Rage Against The Machine

                  Rage Against The Machine
                  Wu-Tang Clan
                  Alice In Chains
                  Limp Bizkit
                  Vanilla Ice
                  Nine Inch Nails

                  Limp Bizkit
                  System of A Down
                  Robb Zombie
                  Korn with Ice Cube, Rammistein, Limp Bizkit, Incubus

                  Korn w/Zombie and Videodrone
                  Kid Rock w/ Powermann 5000 and DDT
                  Ozzfest 99
                  Warped Tour 99
                  Family Values 99
                  Hallowicked 99


                  Tatoo The Earth
                  Ozzfest 2000-2002
                  Warped Tour 2001
                  Pledge Alligance Tour
                  The Liks
                  Rage Against The Machine
                  Trust Company 2 Times
                  The Used 2 Times
                  Cold 2 Times
                  System of A Down 3 Times
                  Andrew WK
                  Incubus 3 Times
                  Queens Of The Stone Age- 2 Times
                  Lost Prophets-3 times
                  Apex Theory-2 times
                  Five Point O
                  Distrubed-2 times
                  Stone Sour
                  Some 80's rock show
                  30 Seconds To Mars

                  Well thats all I can really think of, I guess I like live music and basically now I can't stand rap and I seem to love all types of rock music.

                  O oops forgot to mention I get to take my gf to see Kenny Cheasney next week something I'm not overly excited about lol.
                  "This is Papa Bear. Put out an APB for a male suspect, driving a car of some sort; heading in the direction of, uh, you know, that place that sells chilli. Suspect is hatless. Repeat, hatless." -Chief Wiggum


                  • #24
                    Aw, you'll have a good time there! Kenney is really good in concert.


                    • #25
                      Hmm, that's a lot of Rage for someone in LE.
                      Dave Kiefner
                      [i]Die Wahrheit ist eine Perle. Werfen sie nicht vor die S


                      • #26
                        lol, what better way to get rid of stress and rage then hearing raging music.
                        "This is Papa Bear. Put out an APB for a male suspect, driving a car of some sort; heading in the direction of, uh, you know, that place that sells chilli. Suspect is hatless. Repeat, hatless." -Chief Wiggum


                        • #27
                          Originally posted by FutureEnforcement:
                          oops forgot to mention I get to take my gf to see Kenny Cheasney next week something I'm not overly excited about lol.

                          My wife has seen Chesney 2 times. I was kinda ticked off that I couldn't see him last week. I guess he puts on a good concert. Is Montgomery Gentry opening for him? I bet that you like those guys. They are pretty good too.

                          Also, keep in mind that there is always a lot of nice looking women at country music concerts.
                          Drug Recognition Expert


                          • #28
                            I liked Rage Against the Machine too; their music, but not most of their politics. I think it was mostly Zack leading all that... i never bought any of their stuff.

                            I do like Audioslave now alot... i've always had a thing for Chris Cornell anyway

                            You've seen lots of good concerts, Future. I have yet to see Bruce, so that's a goal of mine. and i'm also sorry I never saw Sublime, as they're one of my favorite bands.

                            Chris *sigh*

                            [ 03-09-2003, 07:47 PM: Message edited by: jellybean40 ]
                            "You did what you knew how to do...and when you knew better, you did better." ~~Maya Angelou


                            • #29
                              Kenny Rogers and Crystal Gayle about 23 years ago [Eek!] . Gallagher opened up and did intermission.

                              Beach Boys (Keeping the Summer Alive tour in like '83)

                              Charlie Daniels Band Decade of Hits/Windows tour

                              Aerosmith Permanent Vacation tour

                              AC/DC Blow Up Your Video Tour

                              Tom Petty Great Wide Open tour. Georgia Sattelites opened for him. Great band to watch!

                              Robert Plant Non Stop Go tour. Probably one of the best sound systems I've ever heard at a concert! Cheap Trick opened up-KILLER!!!

                              Deep Purple/Bad Company in '87

                              Georgia Satelites again as they tried a come back. It failed, but they're still great.

                              Molly Hatchet at the Boathouse in Norfolk, VA. If there was EVER a venue that picture perfect for that group, this was it! All that was missing was sawdust on the floor and a 400 lb bartender named Bubba.

                              The latest...Tim McGraw in Charlotte. What a great show! If you get a chance, go see it. Faith didn't come out, but it was still a lot of fun.

                              When I worked in VA, I tried to work as many concerts as I could. I saw:

                              New Kids (the night wasn't over fast enough!)

                              R.E.M. (Green Tour)

                              Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman and Howe (might as well say Yes. A video was filmed for one of their songs at this show.)

                              Debbie Gibson. As bad as I hate to admit it, this was a DAMN good show!

                              Grateful Dead. Awesome experience both inside and outside the Coliseum. Got to met Bruce Hornsby's brother John backstage. Nice guy.

                              Too many rap shows to mention. Public Enema was one of the headliners...during their By all means necessary tour. I did not have a good time.

                              Motley Crue on their Dr. Feelgood tour. The Captain in charge of the detail wanted to arrest Tommy Lee when he mooned the audience.

                              Cinderella. Funny as hell. Grandma brings her 5 year old grandson to the backdoor looking for the entrance to the Cinderella show, not the rock concert. Sorry grandma, they're one in the same!

                              Whitesnake/Warrant. As soon as I was ready to take my place inside the Coliseum and watch the show...I mean, go to work...some drunk chick trips over her own shadow right in front of me and goes off as I'm trying to get her some help. Because her drunk ***, I missed Whitesnake.


                              • #30
                                Ted Nugent
                                Fleetwood Mac
                                Parliment (studio session with friend)
                                Helen Reddy (as personal security)
                                Viola Wills (70's disco as personal security)

                                As you can see, it's been a long time for me.

                                My wife just took two of my daughters to see a group called SUM 41 a couple of weeks back at a small club in Atlanta called "The Tabernacle". One of my daughters ended up being carried out by EMTs, after getting knocked down and trampled. The bad part was the kid is really into this band and the incident happened during their first song, so she had waited through three other bands and didn't get to see the band that she went for.

                                Needless to say, there will be no more general admission concerts in their future.


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