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    John Campbell and his band was the first up and then Buddy Guy.

    The guitar work was incredible. John Campbell died relatively young and obscure but was one of the best performers I have ever seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyackog View Post
    Kiss was my first ever real concert in 1984 with Queensryche opening for them.
    They had Ted Nugent opening for them when I saw them.
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    I got to see Garth Brooks when I was in high school. I was a cute little cowgirl. And he was a blast.

    I've seen Josh Grobin twice. I saw him on his first tour and he was so cute. He didn't know how to handle all the women screaming at him. He would nervously giggle and say thank you. Saw him again a few years later and he had definitely matured, was throwing back compliments to the ladies, definitely had more confidence to him. His voice is incredible. He's coming back here in August. If I can, I would like to see him again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zathras View Post
    But the one artist I never, ever miss when he comes to town is Weird Al. He always puts on a great show.
    I'd love to go to one of his concerts
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    Quote Originally Posted by jendf View Post
    I got to see Garth Brooks when I was in high school. I was a cute little cowgirl. And he was a blast.

    I've seen Josh Grobin twice. I saw him on his first tour and he was so cute. He didn't know how to handle all the women screaming at him. He would nervously giggle and say thank you. Saw him again a few years later and he had definitely matured, was throwing back compliments to the ladies, definitely had more confidence to him. His voice is incredible. He's coming back here in August. If I can, I would like to see him again.
    I am seeing him in June I am so excited
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    I saw Bruce Springsteen in 1984 at Joe Louis Arena, when it was fairly new. It was the first leg of the Born in the USA tour. He played for 4 hours, with one 15 minute intermission and no warmup band. It was an awesome show.
    I concur on Springsteen. I won't give him my money today but when you went to his shows, you got your moneys worth and then some.

    He'd play seven nights in Philly and each show was just as good as the last.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    I'd love to go to one of his concerts
    Well, Wierd Al is on tour right now and is going to be at the Soaring Eagle casino in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan on 27 May 2011. Not sure just how close you are to there but if you can go do it. You'll have a great time.

    And for anyone else who'd like to go here's the scheduel of his concerts that are already set, with more to come...

    http://tickets.weirdal.com/
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    Favorite - Night Ranger with Cheap trick opening in 1986. First rock concert I ever went to.

    Best - Queensryche 1991. They did all 2+ hours of Operation Mindcrime.

    Gonna see Bon Jovi in Munich when I get back...have to see how that one compares.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zathras View Post
    Well, Wierd Al is on tour right now and is going to be at the Soaring Eagle casino in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan on 27 May 2011. Not sure just how close you are to there but if you can go do it. You'll have a great time.

    And for anyone else who'd like to go here's the scheduel of his concerts that are already set, with more to come...

    http://tickets.weirdal.com/
    would love to, but my brother in law is getting married that weekend in Wisconsin
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    Favorite concert would be Phish in Tampa at the Sun Dome in 1995.

    Best concert was the Allman Bros playing with Pure Prairie League back in 79 at the Nassua coliseum.

    Most fun was The Tubes at the Hard Rock in Orlando in 2008!

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