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Al Martino in Atlantic City Steel Pier with parents - 3rd grade

Shaun Cassidy - 4th grade with parents

Rick Springfield - 8th grade without parents

The Go'Go's

Men at Work

Huey Lewis and the News

Culture Club in the Tower Theater Philly - campy but fun show!

Hall and Oates x 2

Billy Joel x 11 - my all time favorite -including shows in Philly, Hershey and State College PA and including 2 with ELton John

The Hooters x 6 - my 2nd all time favorites- I saw them mostly in Philly during my college years.

Joan Jett

John Mellencamp x 2

The Monkeys x 2

ELton John x 1 alone and x 2 with Billy Joel

local Billy Joel tribute band 52nd Street

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

Excellent! Will you be my new best friend, please? :laughing:

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The Jacksons' Destiny Tour @ Valley Forge in PA

New Edition

Teena Marie

Run DMC

Keith Sweat

Brian McKnight

Frankie Beverly & Maze

Jill Scott

Anita Baker

Jackie, I love you. I absolutely love you. Would you be my new best friend, too? Pretty please? I've seen New Edition 3 times, Bobby by himself twice, and Keith Sweat twice. I've also seen Ready for the World 4 times. :grin:

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OMG! Peaches! We can be BFF!!! :coolio: Thought I was like the only girl around who loved R&B but yet still have a fondness of all things soft rock and everything else!! Most of my friends just can't relate to me if I break out in song and start singing to the top of my lungs: "I woke up in love this morning, I woke up in Looooooove this morning went to sleep with you on my mind" :laughing:

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Roger again last night. Gotta love love love that man. It was their new CD release party, and they played almost every song from the new CD, and it's AWESOME.

Charlie Daniels, Ted Neeley, and Roger Clyne all in two days' time. I'm spent. *sigh*

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Thanks Seeker. It was great to see all those bands come up when they were young and crazy. Sometimes now I go to a "classic" show somewhere and it doesn't feel right.

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I can't believe I've never visited this thread! After some thought I've realized I've seen a lot more concerts than I even realized. They are:

Alice Cooper - 1970

Black Oak Arkansas - 1971

Black Sabbath - 1972

Kiss - 1973

Charlie Daniels - 1973

The Doobie Brothers - 1974

Kansas - 1974

The Allman Brothers - 1975

Bob Seger - 1975

The Allman Brothers - 1979

ZZ Top - 1983

ZZ Top - 1986

The Rolling Stones (Steel Wheels Tour) - 1989

Steve Winwood - 1993

The Rolling Stones (Bridges To Babylon Tour) - 1997

Kenny Wayne Shepard - 1997

The Allman Brothers - 2001

George Thorogood - 2003

John Mellencamp - 2005

John Fogerty - 2005

The Rolling Stones (A Bigger Bang Tour) - 2005

Dave Mason - 2006

Wow. Way more than I thought.

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Garth Brooks (2 times)

Reba McEntire

Train

Matchbox 20 (2 times)

3 Doors Down (3 times)

Black Crows

Kid Rock (4 times)

Alice Cooper

Saliva

Sebastian Bach

Guns N' Roses (the new verison)

Papa Roach (2 times)

Hank Williams, Jr.

Rascal Flatts (2 times)

Julie Roberts

Chris Cagle

Blake Shelton

Travis Tritt (3 times)

Korn (2 times)

T.I.

P$C

Chamillionaire

Three 6 Mafia

Lil Wyte

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I haven't been to many concerts... you may all begin to laugh at my tiny list!

AC/DC (twice)

April Wine

Foreigner

Guns N' Roses (original line-up)

KISS (twice)

Motley Crue

The Tragically Hip

the only one that I have any complaints about is the GNR concert. Axl was so hammered he spent the first 2 1/2 songs sitting on the stage riser. Slash was doing some wild stuff on that guitar of his though, so that made up for it. :grin:

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the only one that I have any complaints about is the GNR concert. Axl was so hammered he spent the first 2 1/2 songs sitting on the stage riser.

:P How very unusual. He pretty much p*sses people off wherever he goes.

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the only one that I have any complaints about is the GNR concert. Axl was so hammered he spent the first 2 1/2 songs sitting on the stage riser. Slash was doing some wild stuff on that guitar of his though, so that made up for it. :grin:

When I saw them back in October, he didn't walk off stage and he was sorta sober. Both he and the band sound awesome now. My mom saw the original line up twice. She said that his attitude has improved since then. Honestly, he has grown up a lot.

I am jealous that you got to see Slash! ;)

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Yeah, most people are jealous when I say I saw Izzy, Slash and Axl on the same stage :grin:

Good to know Axl finally grew up, although I don't think I'd go see the "new" GNR, anyway :tongue:

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Cool ! The Chieftans are coming to town . They're likely a bit old now ( and they do shift their lineup around ) , but it should be a good gig . Never seen 'em before , but I've got a few CD's . Love their collaberation - Whoa ! MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE .... ( all's well : bet that was a 5.5 ! )with Roger Daltry doing " Behind Blue Eyes " ! :thumbsup: :cool:

Update : It was just a 4.6 according to the TV and 60 KM away from here . No worries . Big rattler though - hit like a freight train !

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Granted - ^ Dork ! ( My pleasure , madame ) :shades: I love a dork who can see it in themselves and admit it - just makes everything so much easier- just something ' respectable' about the whole thing . :bow: :thumbsup: :drummer:

Go forth and sin no more , my child . :)

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