who have you seen in concert? ?
Who have you seen in concert? I'm 19 years old and so far I've seen:
ZZ Top 2 times, Lynyrd Skynyrd 2 times, The Who twice, Motley Crue, Rush, Van Halen, Bob Seger, Queen And Adam Lambert, Elton John, Dead and Company, Def Leppard with Journey, Billy Squier, KISS, AC/DC, Tom Petty, Green Day, Bad Company, and Ozzy Osbourne. I grew up on my dad's music, whenever an artist came to town we like we would go see them.
- JesereLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
It's been so long I forget which day we went
Day On The Green #1: Fleetwood Mac, Doobie Brothers, Gary Wright, (May 7, 1977).
Day On The Green #2 & 3: Eagles, Steve Miller Band, Heart, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Foreigner (May 28 & 30, 1977).
Day On The Green #4 & 5: Peter Frampton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Santana, Outlaws (July 2 & 4, 1977).
Day On The Green #6 & 7: Led Zeppelin, Derringer, Judas Priest (July 23 & 24 1977)
Led Zeppelin's performances took place towards the end of its 1977 North American tour. These were some of the largest Day on the Green shows in its history.
Unknown at the time, these were to be Led Zeppelin's final U.S. shows. Led Zeppelin played only a few more gigs in Europe in 1979 and 1980.
- KillmousekyLv 71 month ago
In no order, as I couldn't do that, & missing a LOT that I may not remember right now: Several were seen more than once.
Bob SegerThe Who
McCartney & Wings
Blue Oyster Cult
- there are easily just as many who aren't in my head right now.
I know I missed seeing
Steely Dan - whole tour was cancelled after I already had 16 tickets
Lynyrd Skynyrd - concert was to be 3 nights after their airplane crash - 8 tickets
Electric Light Orch,- 3 times came when I was working afternoons
The Beatles - a$$hole customs officer wouldn't let me over the border
- Anonymous1 month ago
How lucky you are to have experienced such talent at what is considered a young age. And how fun! This is what I can come up with off the top of my head. As you can see, I started young and have been around for a while:
Bowie, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Kinks, Ray Davies solo, Van Morrison, Steve Winwood, Cars, Roy Orbison, Joni Mitchell, The Band, Springsteen, The Clash, Boz Scaggs, Tower of Power, Martha Reeves, Smokey Robinson, Beach Boys, Monkees (opening act Jimi Hendrix), Eagles, Elton John, Southside Johnny, Joe Jackson, Everly Brothers, Nick Lowe, Bob Seger, Bachman Turner, Tom Jones, Frankie Valli, Wayne Newton, Neil Young, Neil Diamond, REM, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Orleans, Tracy Chapman, Huey Lewis, Fiona Apple, Billy Joel, John Mellencamp, Leslie Gore, Chuck Berry, Gary Puckett, The Association, Peter Noone, Peter, Paul and Mary, Rod Stewart, Blue Oyster Cult, J. Geils, Three Dog Night, Jefferson Starship, Jonathan Edwards, Fleetwood Mac.
You do know that I will be lying in bed tonight and going through every year of my life, every venue visited, and every band I can think of, don't you?
Also, a friend begged begged begged me to see Barry Manilow with her. Her husband and all her kids refused to go. What could I do? Nothing against the guy; he is talented, but the material is not for me. I did go to see him with her. And some of the above I went to because I grew up where there wasn't much to do, so I'd always say yes to a show or concert.
- phatzwaveLv 71 month ago
Black Sabbath w/Ozzy
Blue Öyster Cult
Emerson Lake & Palmer
Frank Zappa (twice)
The James Gang
Jason & The Scorchers
J. Geils Band (twice)
Judas Priest (3 times stating in '77)
Midnight Oil (6 times)
Public Image Ltd.
The Pure Prairie League
Ozzy Osbourne w/Randy Rhoads
Ted Nugent & The Amboy Dukes
Paul Revere & The Raiders
Todd Rundren & Utopia (3 times)
George Thorogood & The Destroyers
Chris Whitley (twice)
The Who ('68)
Neil Young & Crazy Horse
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- Anonymous1 month ago
holy moly you have top tier music taste