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Would have liked to see Rolling Stones and the Allman Brothers band.

Going to the Aerosmith concert next month Black Crowes opening for them. Primary reason is to see the BCs. Always been a fan of theirs since the 90s. 

Taking my wife to see one on her list... Melissa ethridge in 2 weeks. Good news is lots of women...bad news... they'll hate me. Lol. 

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Peter Tosh

Neil Young

Frank Zappa

All at the Tower

 

Grateful Dead 85 times.

 

David Bromberg, Jorma Kaukonen and Sam Bush outside in Wilmington for free

 

Bob Dylan at the Trocadero

 

I am certain I am forgetting some.

No one expects the Spanish Inquisition.
Ce n'est pas le mur derrière lequel il se passe quelque chose, mais bien la cuisinière dans laquelle on a brûlé quelque chose

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52 mins ago, MitchellNJ said:

I should have seen Motorhead :(

 

Pantera "the real one"

Anyone at CBGB

 

 

I was lucky enough to see Pantera and had many opportunities to see Motörhead but I never did. Them and Johnny Cash.

when I was younger I was in a band that did the New York City scene, we had the chance to play CB’s and took it for granted. It closed before we had the chance. We also booked a gig at the Stone Pony but cancelled because it was too far to drive to

:why:

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Talking Heads a few times.

 

I had tickets for Led Zeppelin at JFK but they cancelled.

 

I saw Yes and Peter Frampton there.

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No one expects the Spanish Inquisition.
Ce n'est pas le mur derrière lequel il se passe quelque chose, mais bien la cuisinière dans laquelle on a brûlé quelque chose

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1 min ago, iphish said:

Saw the Cure this summer, Robert Smith's voice remarkably has not changed. Spectacular show. 45+ years of some great hits.

 

I saw them back in the very early 80s

One of my regrets.  Not seeing this tour.  I've seen them many times.   Probably the greatest concert I ever saw was Disintegration.  

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Earlier Zeppelin, would be my pick. I was too young. 

The village, which had stood for maybe 1,000 years, didn't know we were coming that day. If they had, they would have run. boB was at the eye of our rage. And through him, our Captain Ahab. He would set things right again. That day, we loved him.

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2 hours ago, MitchellNJ said:

I should have seen Motorhead :(

 

Pantera "the real one"

Anyone at CBGB

 

 

Token entry and some others at the Sunday matinee shows 

Ramones in 86 or 87 at Sundance in LI
Cure in 85 for head on the door 

Morphone and MMW at the Hammerstein 

Wier Wasserman abd DJ logic at the Orpheum

Joe Strummer and the Meacallaros at St Ann’s Warehouse 

Wish I saw Johnny Cash when I had the chance as well as Zappa :( 

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1 hour ago, jmlandru said:

Peter Tosh

Neil Young

Frank Zappa

All at the Tower

 

Grateful Dead 85 times.

 

David Bromberg, Jorma Kaukonen and Sam Bush outside in Wilmington for free

 

Bob Dylan at the Trocadero

 

I am certain I am forgetting some.

Damn man, the Dead 85 times? How much lysergic have you eaten? The Tower is a great place for shows. Traveling with the Dead is a full time gig.

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