Concerts you have attended?

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On 28th June, I was at Pearl Jam in the Park in Nijmegen - and they are the best live band I've ever seen. With 32,000 people around me I was in awe for three and half hours - supporting Pearl Jam were Incubus and Kings of Leon.
Well I went to the Meat Loaf concert in Nurnberg last night. It was a really good show. He puts out a lot of energy (I am surprised he did not have a heart attack especially with all that weight :lol: ). His voice was amazing and the chicks that sang with him were hot and had a great voices as well. Below are some pics that I took at the show.

Anyhow I figured I would update the list now.

Metallica (9x since 1989)
Megadeth (x2)
Guns N Roses
Iron Maiden (2x)
Korn (3x)
The Rolling Stones
Godsmack (2x)
Ozzy Osbourne
Black Sabbath
CCR (Creedence Clearwater Revisited)
Marilyn Manson (x2)
Type O Negative (x2)
Bryan Adams
Monster Magnet
Powerman 5000
Backyard Babies
Iced Earth
Pearl Jam
Alice in Chains
Bob Dylan
Faith No More
POD (x2)
Great White
Twisted Sister
Slayer (x2)
Drain STH
Alice Cooper
Papa Roach
Lacuna Coil (x2)
Deep Purple
Santana (x2)
Chroming Rose
Bon Jovi
Guano Apes
Green Day
Eric Clapton
BB King
Allanis Morrisette (uggh that was terrible, but she was at a festival I was at)
Skunk Anansie
Heather Nova
Die Totenhosen
Rage Against The Machine
Limp Bizkit (terrible as well but at a festival that I was at)
Kid Rock
3 Doors Down
Linkin Park
Tool (x2)
Lenny Kravitz
Neil Young
System of A Down
Queens of the Stone Age
Judas Priest
Puddle of Mudd
In Flames
Billy Idol
Motley Crue
Bullet For My Valentine
Stone Sour (x2)
Avenged Sevenfold
Def Leppard
Van Halen (well if you can call it that, it was with Gary Cherone at vocals)
Fear Factory
Velvet Revolver (x2)
The Cure
Rob Zombie
The Black Crows
The Goo Goo Dolls
Ted Nugent
The Darkness
Eighteen Visions
Drowning Pool (with original singer a few weeks before he died, RIP)
Cradle of Filth
As I lay Dying
Billy Talent
Linkin Park
My Chemical Romance
The White Stripes (while waiting for Evanescence)
The Smashing Pumpkins
Lamb of God
From Autumn to Ashes
Killswitch Engage
Machine Head
Meat Loaf


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Haven't really attended that many major concerts.
I wonder if I can list all of them...let's see...

The Knack / The Heats - '79
The Kinks / Angel City - '80
Sammy Hagar / The Rockets / Loverboy - '80/'81 (New Year's Eve)
Chuck Berry, Kidd Afrikka, The Allies, The Tubes and The Flying Karamatzov Brothers! - '81 (Bumbershoot)
Count Basie Orchestra w/ Cab Calloway - '83
Stevie Ray Vaughn, Crazy 8's - '85 (Bumbershoot)
UB40 / The Untouchables - '85
George Thorogood - '86 (Bumbershoot)
The Beach Boys - '90
Stephone Harris / Jessica Williams - '98
The Heath Brothers - '00
Bennie Green - '06, '05, '04

...there's more, I just can't remember right now.

Okay, I thought I'd posted here already, but I can't seem to find it; mostly I've been to festival-type concerts (Day On The Greens, Monsters Of Rock, etc.). Here goes:

Journey ('80)
Cheap Trick ('80)
Black Sabbath ('80)
Molly Hatchet ('80)
Shakin' Street ('80)
Rush ('81,'82,'86)
Van Halen ('81,'82,'86)
Scorpions ('85)
Ratt ('85) [They suck live!]
Y&T ('85 '86) [Awesome underrated local band]
Metallica ('85 '88 )
Rising Force ('85)
Styx ('81)
G3 (Satriani, Vai, Johnson Shepperd, '00)
Moody Blues ('95)
Chris Isaak ('95)
Tina Turner ('95)
Richard Marx ('95)
Steve Miller Band ('95)
Celine Dion '95 [Don't laugh! My wife made me go!]
Bryan Adams ('95)
Robert Plant ('95) [Just wish I'd seen him 20 years earlier!]
Iron Maiden ('86)
Vinnie Vincent ('86)
Eagles ('93)
Def Leppard ('87)

I think I missed a few; if I remember them, I'll add them on.
I used to be in the music biz years ago and actually played sometimes with Cinderella. Ahhh the days.:|

My list

UK -1976
The Who
The Clash
Michael Jackson
Jethro Tull
Aerosmith (2x)
Judas Priest
Robert Plant
Jimmy Page withthe Black Crows
Ted Nugent
The Eagles
Blue Oyster Cult
REO Sh*twagon
Cheap Trick
The Bridgeton Symphonic Orchestra with Rowan Choral

Any body see that Blue Man Group yet? Looks interseting.

I did see Blue man Group, the show was awesome! I think the best shows I've seen were Pink Floyd, Rush, King Crimson. Primus was opening for Rush.
I can add Kings of Leon and Incubus to my list, they supported Pearl Jam in Nijmegan. And after Dec 6th I can add Marilyn Manson and Turbonegro, I'm seein' 'em in Manchester.
Jesus Aged Christ......


U either left before they came out, were forced to be there by ur woman, or have lost ur testicles to cancer....

But, u do have some crazy sh!t listed there so.....

I saw Count Basie one New Years... It was great..
:lol: ROTFLMAO!!!:lol:

Freakin' classic response!...mark one for lesofpirmus!

I went to see SAMMY HAGAR. The Rockets and Loverboy just tagged along for the ride.
Back then no one outside of Canada knew who Loverboy was. Their first hit had just started getting airplay in Seattle.
I think the song was "Workin' for the Weekend", but don't quote me.
At the time, they rocked, but soon turned into a posin' chick band.
At that point, they went straight down the crapper and haven't the top of toilet since.
The Rockets were cool. They did a remake of the old Fleetwood Mac song "Oh Well". Wish they'd done better. Them and Sammy actually put on a pretty good show.

My list is kinda easy and short...

Eagles, Hell Freezes Over tour '95 in Adelaide.
Eagles, Farewell I Tour 2004, Melbourne, the actual one they released on DVD.
Bought tickets 'cause they were'nt coming to Adelaide. Then Adelaide was added to the tour. So we bought more tickets and went in Adelaide too!
The original tour was to be only 5 concerts but was increased to 12 or 13 in total. Melb was 2 of the original 5 and they had 5 alone due to demand.
Did Scott talk about how this was there final tour. In Liverpool he announced the band was breaking up.

I am glad I got to see Velvet Revolver twice before this happened.
No, he made a passing comment but he didn't really talk much. The concert was amazing and I'm glad that I got to see them before the break - but STP are coming back and that'll be a must to see live !

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