Concerts you have attended

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edited Mar 8, 2018 in The 19th Hole #1
So I was talking with a high school buddy of mine recently and we were reminiscing about some of the concerts we went to in high school and college, man we were laughing hard at our musical choices.



So for fun what concerts have you attended and where?



Asia -Poplar Creek amphitheater, lL

Scorpions - 1984 (Bon Jovi opened for them) Rosemont Horizon (Allstate Arena)

Judas Priest (Twisted Sister opened) Rosemont horizon (Allstate Arena)

Iron Maiden Rosemont horizon (Allstate Arena)

Monster of Rock Alpine Valley Wi

Van Halen

Scorpions

Metallica

Kingdom Come

Dokken



Kiss (Anthrax opened) Holiday Star, IN

Anthrax (Primus and Public Enemy) SIU Areana. IL

LA Guns (Slaughter and Dangerous Toys opened) SIU Areana. IL

Tesla (House of Blues) Chicago, IL

Cheap Trick (Robins daughter and Ricks sons' bands opened) Rockford Arena, IL



Motley Crue (Alice Cooper opened) Verizon Amphitheater , Irvine, CA

Def Leppard (REO and Tesla opened) Verizon Amphitheater , Irvine, CA
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  • thug the bunnythug the bunny Members Posts: 6,141 ✭✭
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    Great topic for a thread!



    Let's see...



    Grateful Dead at Englishtown and the Meadowlands NJ. 4 hr concerts. Not just concerts but events, like mini Woodstocks, unforgettable.



    Charlie Daniels Band and Marshall Tucker Band at the Capital theater Passaic NJ, small venue, not a bad seat in the house.



    My ex was a big Live fan, saw them a bunch of times and they were always a really good live act.



    Green Day twice. Can't beat them for sheer rock entertainment, get ready for a bunch of F bombs from Billy Joe, and don't expect to have normal hearing response for a day or two.



    Some meh shows - Cheryl Crow, John Mayer, Counting Crows, Collective Soul, even Jimmy Buffet and other pop 90s crap, bleh.



    James Taylor has always been top shelf, saw him numerous times, can't really compare.



    More recently, one show that always stood out in my mind - Audioslave. Right before they broke up they came to the House of Blues in AC. We got there early so we got a spot 20 ft from the stage. Chris Cornell comes out, puts his foot up on a monitor with this look like 'are you ready for this', and starts belting out 'Cochise'. I almost fell down from the force of his voice. Between Morello and Cornell I came away dazed. Amazing sound. I still have my wrist strap from that one.



    Also some surprises - Chrissy Hines and her replacement Pretenders, she sounded great and had a bunch of F you sass. Also Gretchen Wilson (remember her?) when she was at her plateau, man she could really belt out some vocals.
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  • Qqq123xxQqq123xx I wake up take a few steps and am in a haze the rest of the day. Members Posts: 6,213 ✭✭
    Firefly, Marshal Tucker and Ted Nugent



    Boz Scaggs, Beach Boys, and Chicago



    The Boss



    The Eagles when their first album came out. Very small intimate venue.



    Rush



    Neil Young and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Talk about being blown away. They finished their encore with 'Down Down Down' one of the best rock songs ever. And for like 20 minutes.
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  • thug the bunnythug the bunny Members Posts: 6,141 ✭✭
    Qqq123xx wrote:


    Firefly, Marshal Tucker and Ted Nugent



    Boz Scaggs, Beach Boys, and Chicago



    The Boss



    The Eagles when their first album came out. Very small intimate venue.



    Rush



    Neil Young and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Talk about being blown away. They finished their encore with 'Down Down Down' one of the best rock songs ever. And for like 20 minutes.




    Wow Q, the Eagles doing their first tour? I would give my front teeth to see (hear) that. And SRV? You're a lucky guy. I guess I should be content seeing the Dead during their heyday.
  • SixtySomePingSixtySomePing Members Posts: 5,117 ✭✭
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    Wow, too many to name, going way back to when I was in a band and wasn't playing on weekends, these are spread out over the years but obviously I'm not young- Paul Revere and the Raiders (sorry) Steppenwolf, James Gang, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Iron Butterfly, Three Dog Night (3 times), The Who (with Keith Moon- 6 rows back drum sticks flying, and they really did destroy equipment) Led Zeppelin '68-8 rows back (ears are still humming) Grand Funk, Buffalo Springfield, then Poco (so I worked with a relative of Richie Furay and got to meet Richie and Timmy Schmidt- still friends wonderful people) Manheim Steamroller (Chip is my stepcousin, or was before my stepfather died) Eagles (for me tied for best concert with Led Z), Elton John, Chicago several times with Terry Kath) Sly & the Family Stone (only an hour wait for to show up, not bad) Ten Years After (Goin' Home was even better live) and several others over the years that I can't remember right now (the benefits of being in your 60's) when I think of them I'll edit, my wife and I have been married 45 years, she'll remember... image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />

    The Hollies, CCW, Guess Who (didn't like their stage personalities or lack of it) Gary Puckett &UG ha, Styx, Allman Brothers, Uriah Heap
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    Kiss at Market Square Arena in '78... gets fuzzy after that...
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    Waaaay to many to mention all of them. Several music venues that afforded the opportunity of seeing many Michigan bands that went on to greater fame. A few of the more noteworthy concerts I remember:



    Jimi Hendrix Experience. Fall of '68, Cobo Hall in Detroit. Nose bleed seats, felt the concrete vibrating under out feet. Loud, cosmic, shell shocked.

    Grateful Dead. Opening act NRPS. Mar. '71, Jenison Field House (MSU). Played for like six hours, until the EL police came on stage to shut it down. Full tripp'in. Heavy haze in the old barn.

    Motown Review. Fox Theater, Detroit. Temptations closing out the show with a 20+ minute rendition of Papa Was a Rolling Stone. Funk Brothers churning the beat. Hot, sweaty, exhausted. Everybody in the house dancing. Gawd it was marvelous.

    Lowell George era Little Feat. '77ish. Royal Oak Music Theater. They were soooo good. Tight.

    Stooges. Summer of '69, outdoors at Mt. Holly ski resort. WTF. Who are these guys? Primal. Kids standing around with dropped jaws.

    Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Opening act Yes. Eastown Theater, Detroit. Brain Salad Surgery era. Emerson was a madman on the keyboards. Giant MOOG.

    Jethro Tull. Eastown Theater, Detroit. Circa Benefit era. Very unique. Ian Anderson in top 'mad stork' form.

    Faces/Savoy Brown. Every Picture era (early 71?). Cobo Hall. Savoy opening with the heavy blues, then the Faces ripping it up. A rollicking fun show. Stewart was a such a good singer.



    Off the top of my head. No longer attend concerts these days. Sigh!!!
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  • blairdblaird Members Posts: 2,153 ✭✭
    Went to a few shows back in college...



    Pop Disaster Tour 02- Jimmy Eat World, Green Day, Blink 182

    Eve 6, Goldfinger, Good Charlotte- Houston

    Lola Ray, Sum 41, Good Charlotte- New Orleans

    Art Garfunkel- this was actually a good show

    The Temptations- came to a casino down here

    Goo Goo Dolls



    Was just talking this morning about the Family Values Tour that came to Biloxi in like 99. Staind, Limp Bizkit, and Korn, I missed that show but I really wish I would have gone. We have had quite a few big shows down here, I was just too young to appreciate it at the time. Metallica, Aerosmith, Tool, all came down here. I also want to say Elton John played down here but may be off.



    Bunch of good shows in New Orleans, just about an hour away. I only have a few concerts that I would really like to go see...Billy Joel and Metallica are probably the two big ones. And for some reason I really want to see New Found Glory. They were part of my pop/punk rock days and I never got the chance to see them.
  • Argonne69Argonne69 Members Posts: 20,401 ✭✭
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    Wow. Flashbacks. I think my biggest disappointment was not seeing Pink Floyd. I didn't become a serious fan until after they had split up.


    Devo - Aragon Ballroom [7/13/79, the night after attending Disco Demolition, and 1st concert]

    Scorpions - ChicagoFest at Navy Pier

    Styx - International Amphitheater [Cornerstone]

    Styx - Auditorium Theater [Paradise Theater]

    Spyro Gyra - Ravinia (Highland Park, IL)

    Blue Oyster Cult w/ Rainbow - International Amphitheater

    Black Sabbath w/ Blue Oyster Cult - International Amphitheater [Black and Blue Tour]

    Triumph - Aragon Ballroom

    Rush (2) - International Amphitheater [Permanent Waves and Moving Pictures]

    Rush (2) - Rosemont Horizon [Signals and Grace Under Pressure]

    Heart w/ Ian Hunter - International Amphitheater [1980 - Bebe le Strange]

    Elvis Costello - Alpine Valley

    Billy Idol - UIC Pavillion

    Ultravox - Aragon Ballroom [Quartet. 1st and only front row]

    Tom Petty - International Amphitheater [Long After Dark]

    Eurythmics - Auditorium Theater [Touch]

    Yes - Poplar Creek [90125]

    Pretenders - Aragon Ballroom [Learning to Crawl. Started the show in the 2nd row. Finished in the last row of the balcony. A night to forget]

    Cyndi Lauper - Poplar Creek [She's So Unusual. Permanent hearing damage due to overdriven PA]

    Talking Heads - Poplar Creek [Speaking in Tongues]

    Eurythmics - Poplar Creek [Revenge]

    Rush - World Music Theater (Tinley Park, IL) [Counterparts]

    B-52's w/ Tom Tom Club - World Music Theater (Tinley Park, IL)

    Billy Idol - World Music Theater (Tinley Park, IL)

    Steve Winwood - Poplar Creek [Roll With It]

    Adam Ant w/ INXS - Holiday Star Theater [INXS' 1st U.S. tour]

    Bangles - Holiday Star Theater [Different Light. 1st time I felt old, surrounded by 3400 screaming tweens]

    Siouxsie and the Banshees - Riviera Theater

    Steely Dan - Poplar Creek

    The Police - Wrigley Field

    Cheap Trick - Taste of Chicago (Petrillo Music Shell)

    BoDeans - Ravinia (Highland Park, IL)
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  • CHuntsmanCHuntsman Members Posts: 807 ✭✭
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    My first show was in 95', the first Vans Warped Tour. Deftones, No Doubt, No Use for A Name, Sublime, etc..



    I'm a huge 311 fan. I've seen them at least 100 times. I attended 3-11 Day in Memphis and New Orleans, sadly I cant make it out to Vegas for this weekends 3-11 Day. The beach in St. Pete to Arco Arena in Sacramento. Had tickets in Chicago in 05' but broke my leg 2 weeks before and couldn't attend.



    Other shows include: Rancid, Green Day, Blink 182, Oasis, RHCP, Snoop, Luda, STP, New Found Glory, MXPX, Butch Walker, Australian Pink Floyd, Rob Zombie, Ryan Adams, Godsmack, The Wailers, Sum 41, Good Charlotte

    all mostly in Atlanta. Most shows took place at Lakewood, Tabernacle, Masquerade, or The Fox Theatre.



    DJ's: Paul Oakenfold, Paul Van ****, Christopher Lawrence, Christopher Kimball, DJ Micro, Baby Anne, Sasha, John Digweed, Chemical Brothers, etc...



    I'll have to break out the old ticket book and reminisce.
  • GolfNuts4GolfNuts4 Members Posts: 723 ✭✭
    Hmmmm....over 100 Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia concerts here.
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  • Qqq123xxQqq123xx I wake up take a few steps and am in a haze the rest of the day. Members Posts: 6,213 ✭✭

    Qqq123xx wrote:


    Firefly, Marshal Tucker and Ted Nugent



    Boz Scaggs, Beach Boys, and Chicago



    The Boss



    The Eagles when their first album came out. Very small intimate venue.



    Rush



    Neil Young and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Talk about being blown away. They finished their encore with 'Down Down Down' one of the best rock songs ever. And for like 20 minutes.




    Wow Q, the Eagles doing their first tour? I would give my front teeth to see (hear) that. And SRV? You're a lucky guy. I guess I should be content seeing the Dead during their heyday.
    I saw SRV twice. Last one his brothers band The Fabulous Thunderbirds opened for him and couple weeks later he was gone.



    Eagles was unreal, played that whole album and long oncore.
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  • 2ball2ball LEFTY Members Posts: 598 ✭✭
    Qqq123xx wrote:


    Firefly, Marshal Tucker and Ted Nugent



    Boz Scaggs, Beach Boys, and Chicago



    The Boss



    The Eagles when their first album came out. Very small intimate venue.



    Rush



    Neil Young and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Talk about being blown away. They finished their encore with 'Down Down Down' one of the best rock songs ever. And for like 20 minutes.




    Rush was on my bucket list but i think they are hanging it up now.
  • thug the bunnythug the bunny Members Posts: 6,141 ✭✭
    GolfNuts4 wrote:


    Hmmmm....over 100 Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia concerts here.




    GTF outta here! And your brain still functions?
  • 2ball2ball LEFTY Members Posts: 598 ✭✭
    edited Mar 9, 2018 #15


    Great topic for a thread!



    Let's see...



    Grateful Dead at Englishtown and the Meadowlands NJ. 4 hr concerts. Not just concerts but events, like mini Woodstocks, unforgettable.



    Charlie Daniels Band and Marshall Tucker Band at the Capital theater Passaic NJ, small venue, not a bad seat in the house.



    My ex was a big Live fan, saw them a bunch of times and they were always a really good live act.



    Green Day twice. Can't beat them for sheer rock entertainment, get ready for a bunch of F bombs from Billy Joe, and don't expect to have normal hearing response for a day or two.



    Some meh shows - Cheryl Crow, John Mayer, Counting Crows, Collective Soul, even Jimmy Buffet and other pop 90s crap, bleh.



    James Taylor has always been top shelf, saw him numerous times, can't really compare.



    More recently, one show that always stood out in my mind - Audioslave. Right before they broke up they came to the House of Blues in AC. We got there early so we got a spot 20 ft from the stage. Chris Cornell comes out, puts his foot up on a monitor with this look like 'are you ready for this', and starts belting out 'Cochise'. I almost fell down from the force of his voice. Between Morello and Cornell I came away dazed. Amazing sound. I still have my wrist strap from that one.



    Also some surprises - Chrissy Hines and her replacement Pretenders, she sounded great and had a bunch of F you sass. Also Gretchen Wilson (remember her?) when she was at her plateau, man she could really belt out some vocals.




    These are quality acts, there are no Twisted Sisters on you list.
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    Wow, too many to name, going way back to when I was in a band and wasn't playing on weekends, these are spread out over the years but obviously I'm not young- Paul Revere and the Raiders (sorry) Steppenwolf, James Gang, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Iron Butterfly, Three Dog Night (3 times), The Who (with Keith Moon- 6 rows back drum sticks flying, and they really did destroy equipment) Led Zeppelin '68-8 rows back (ears are still humming) Grand Funk, Buffalo Springfield, then Poco (so I worked with a relative of Richie Furay and got to meet Richie and Timmy Schmidt- still friends wonderful people) Manheim Steamroller (Chip is my stepcousin, or was before my stepfather died) Eagles (for me tied for best concert with Led Z), Elton John, Chicago several times with Terry Kath) Sly & the Family Stone (only an hour wait for to show up, not bad) Ten Years After (Goin' Home was even better live) and several others over the years that I can't remember right now (the benefits of being in your 60's) when I think of them I'll edit, my wife and I have been married 45 years, she'll remember... image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />




    James Gang - nice!
  • Qqq123xxQqq123xx I wake up take a few steps and am in a haze the rest of the day. Members Posts: 6,213 ✭✭
    2ball wrote:

    Qqq123xx wrote:


    Firefly, Marshal Tucker and Ted Nugent



    Boz Scaggs, Beach Boys, and Chicago



    The Boss



    The Eagles when their first album came out. Very small intimate venue.



    Rush



    Neil Young and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Talk about being blown away. They finished their encore with 'Down Down Down' one of the best rock songs ever. And for like 20 minutes.




    Rush was on my bucket list but i think they are hanging it up now.
    Yeah believe they just did a final tour, and it was taped and shown on cable. Have not watched it but seen it around on Showtime or a channel like that.
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  • 2ball2ball LEFTY Members Posts: 598 ✭✭
    Argonne69 wrote:


    Wow. Flashbacks. I think my biggest disappointment was not seeing Pink Floyd. I didn't become a serious fan until after they had split up.


    Devo - Aragon Ballroom [7/13/79, the night after attending Disco Demolition, and 1st concert]

    Scorpions - ChicagoFest at Navy Pier

    Styx - International Amphitheater [Cornerstone]

    Styx - Auditorium Theater [Paradise Theater]

    Spyro Gyra - Ravinia (Highland Park, IL)

    Blue Oyster Cult w/ Rainbow - International Amphitheater

    Black Sabbath w/ Blue Oyster Cult - International Amphitheater [Black and Blue Tour]

    Triumph - Aragon Ballroom

    Rush (2) - International Amphitheater [Permanent Waves and Moving Pictures]

    Rush (2) - Rosemont Horizon [Signals and Grace Under Pressure]

    Heart w/ Ian Hunter - International Amphitheater [1980 - Bebe le Strange]

    Elvis Costello - Alpine Valley

    Billy Idol - UIC Pavillion

    Ultravox - Aragon Ballroom [Quartet. 1st and only front row]

    Tom Petty - International Amphitheater [Long After Dark]

    Eurythmics - Auditorium Theater [Touch]

    Yes - Poplar Creek [90125]

    Pretenders - Aragon Ballroom [Learning to Crawl. Started the show in the 2nd row. Finished in the last row of the balcony. A night to forget]

    Cyndi Lauper - Poplar Creek [She's So Unusual. Permanent hearing damage due to overdriven PA]

    Talking Heads - Poplar Creek [Speaking in Tongues]

    Eurythmics - Poplar Creek [Revenge]

    Rush - World Music Theater (Tinley Park, IL) [Counterparts]

    B-52's w/ Tom Tom Club - World Music Theater (Tinley Park, IL)

    Billy Idol - World Music Theater (Tinley Park, IL)

    Steve Winwood - Poplar Creek [Roll With It]

    Adam Ant w/ INXS - Holiday Star Theater [INXS' 1st U.S. tour]

    Siouxsie and the Banshees - Riviera Theater

    BoDeans - Ravinia (Highland Park, IL)







    Argonne

    Where was the International amphitheater? Another poplar Creek concert, love it, Saw Asia there in 1982.
  • 2ball2ball LEFTY Members Posts: 598 ✭✭
    edited Mar 9, 2018 #19
    2ball wrote:


    So I was talking with a high school buddy of mine recently and we were reminiscing about some of the concerts we went to in high school and college, man we were laughing hard at our musical choices.



    So for fun what concerts have you attended and where?



    Asia -Poplar Creek amphitheater, lL

    Scorpions - 1984 (Bon Jovi opened for them) Rosemont Horizon (Allstate Arena)

    Judas Priest (Twisted Sister opened) Rosemont horizon (Allstate Arena)

    Iron Maiden Rosemont horizon (Allstate Arena)

    Monster of Rock Alpine Valley Wi

    Van Halen

    Scorpions

    Metallica

    Kingdom Come

    Dokken



    Kiss (Anthrax opened) Holiday Star, IN

    Anthrax (Primus and Public Enemy) SIU Areana. IL

    LA Guns (Slaughter and Dangerous Toys opened) SIU Areana. IL

    Tesla (House of Blues) Chicago, IL

    Cheap Trick (Robins daughter and Ricks sons' bands opened) Rockford Arena, IL



    Motley Crue (Alice Cooper opened) Verizon Amphitheater , Irvine, CA

    Def Leppard (REO and Tesla opened) Verizon Amphitheater , Irvine, CA




    Forgot to add Megadeth. Saw them in 2013 at the Grove in Anaheim. Bucket list wanted to see them before Mustaine kicks the bucket. He is not aging well.
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    GolfNuts4 wrote:


    Hmmmm....over 100 Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia concerts here.




    GTF outta here! And your brain still functions?
    Depends on who you ask! Funny, looking back that I survived all those shows.
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  • Jose c.Jose c. Members Posts: 197 ✭✭
    To see Stevie Ray live in a small venue is the holy grail of shows in my opinion envey you guys.

    First show was deep purple in 84 was hooked,Prince and the purple rain tour was crazy in 84 also.

    Too many shows 2 list but all-time favorites were primus at Ricks cafe in A2 in 91 right place at right time.

    Soundgarden at St. Andrews hall,detroit 93,They were touring with guns &roses axel got in trouble in

    St louis. Detroit was next stop so Soundgarden did a spur of moment show General admission.
  • Argonne69Argonne69 Members Posts: 20,401 ✭✭
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    2ball wrote:


    Argonne

    Where was the International amphitheater? Another poplar Creek concert, love it, Saw Asia there in 1982.




    The International Amphitheater was located at 42nd and Halsted, near the Union Stock Yards. It was built in 1934, and ultimately torn down in 1999. It was initially built to host the International Livestock Exhibition, but was used for concerts, auto shows, and political conventions (52-RNC, 52-DNC, 56-DNC, 60-RNC, and 68-DNC). It was the home of the Chicago Bulls for their first season ('66-'67). The Chicago Cougars hockey team also played there from 1972 - 1975.



    It really was a horrid place for a concert, with lousy acoustics. If I'm not mistaken, the floor was dirt, although they may have put plywood over it for the concerts.



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    Any Chicagoans ever attend a concert at the old Coliseum on south Wabash (15th)?



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    Looks like A place where I seen several shows in Detroit the old state fair grounds horrible.
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    Not too many for me:



    Billy Squire & Nazareth in Omaha

    Bryan Adams & Alabama in Lincoln, NE

    Air Supply in Lincoln (girlfriend was in town)



    Patty Loveless at our county fair

    Sawyer Brown " " " "



    Journey, Pat Benatar, & Loverboy at Cheyenne Frontier Days

    Night Ranger & Boston at Fiddler's Green in Denver.
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    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
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    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!!!!!
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    Jose c. wrote:


    To see Stevie Ray live in a small venue is the holy grail of shows in my opinion envey you guys.

    First show was deep purple in 84 was hooked,Prince and the purple rain tour was crazy in 84 also.

    Too many shows 2 list but all-time favorites were primus at Ricks cafe in A2 in 91 right place at right time.

    Soundgarden at St. Andrews hall,detroit 93,They were touring with guns &roses axel got in trouble in

    St louis. Detroit was next stop so Soundgarden did a spur of moment show General admission.
    Deep Purple like my all time fav band. And have constantly kicked myself for not seeing them.
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    Geez hard to believe I forgot this one.....Firefall, Marshall Tucker and Ted Nugent. Nugent was good but mild. Punched the mic once. Both Firefall and MT were excellent. The bass player for Firefall was like the most stoned person on the planet that night. Big ol' redshot eyes. Just stayed in one place looking down and once in a while looked up. If that was me I would of probably run from the stadium and hid in a tree.
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    Springsteen many many times, Seger and Mellencamp several times, The Who, Journey, Def Leppard, Judas Priest, John Hiatt, Melissa Ehteridge, Jimmy Buffet, Chicago, Bruce Hornsby, Charley Daniels Band, Molly Hatchett, Ozzy Osboure and a few others I can’t remember. The one I wish I had seen was Tom Petty and I’m still working on U2.
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    Argonne69 wrote:

    2ball wrote:


    Argonne

    Where was the International amphitheater? Another poplar Creek concert, love it, Saw Asia there in 1982.




    The International Amphitheater was located at 42nd and Halsted, near the Union Stock Yards. It was built in 1934, and ultimately torn down in 1999. It was initially built to host the International Livestock Exhibition, but was used for concerts, auto shows, and political conventions (52-RNC, 52-DNC, 56-DNC, 60-RNC, and 68-DNC). It was the home of the Chicago Bulls for their first season ('66-'67). The Chicago Cougars hockey team also played there from 1972 - 1975.



    It really was a horrid place for a concert, with lousy acoustics. If I'm not mistaken, the floor was dirt, although they may have put plywood over it for the concerts.



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    Any Chicagoans ever attend a concert at the old Coliseum on south Wabash (15th)?



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    a buddy just texted me, WLUP the loop is no more?!?!?!?!?



    http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-biz-wlup-sold-emf-christian-20180306-story.html
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    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

    **** 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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