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cptcomet
Band
Join date: Feb 2008
648 IQ
#121
Status Quo! The were rocking all over the world that night.
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Krieger91
I Sold The World
Join date: Sep 2009
4,001 IQ
#123
Apart from the local bands, the first big bands I saw were Blink 182, Sum 41, with some other bands at a one day festival.
Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise
brownshirt1
Registered User
Join date: Aug 2009
38 IQ
#124
Testeagles and beverloop when I was about 13
Fuck that nazi guy.
bondmorkret
Registered User
Join date: Apr 2012
168 IQ
#125
Daniel O'Donnell, with my mum and my nan. I was like 6 at the time, sitting through his set surrounded with the stench of coffin dodgers was utter torture.
Rockford_rocks
Z -> v -> ^+A
Join date: Apr 2006
1,316 IQ
#126
My dad took me to see John Hiatt when I was very, very young... and we went to see Coldplay as a family when I was in 7th grade.. not too proud of that one.

The first band I ever actually wanted to go see was Angels & Airwaves with my girlfriend in 8th grade, and the first one I ever shelled out cash for was probably Megadeth.
jugglingfreak
UnBanned
Join date: Apr 2010
66 IQ
#127
It depends, first band I wanted to see or just first band.

If it is just "First concert" (regardless of willingness) I was about 7 and my mom made me go with her to a Kenny Rogers concert.

Otherwise it was KISS in 1979.
xxxxChrisTxxxx
Tab Contributor
Join date: Apr 2012
6,151 IQ
#128
I think it was the mighty Saxon in 1986
Vow wow were supposed to be supporting but we got Fahrenheit instead
eli7121
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Join date: Nov 2008
174 IQ
#129
Quote by blake1221
please do. We got some hella good acts coming through in a bit.

and one of my bands' tour kick off is on the thirteenth, and itd be sweet if you made it out :3

Yeah for sure. You have a link for that? There's a band that just got signed that wants me to play for them, so if I do that place might be cool to start at.
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DegaDeth
Never seen Star Wars
Join date: Jan 2010
631 IQ
#130
Trivium, but only by default. I was there to watch Iron Maiden, and they happened to be supporting
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MrDo0m
Blessed Sisyphus
Join date: Jun 2011
772 IQ
#131
Nine Inch Nails, Fragility 2.0 tour, I think it was 2000, I was about 13 years old. 'Twas awesome.
hollowskull100
HollowSkull100
Join date: May 2012
385 IQ
#132
Technically, I first saw Volbeat. They were a special guest for a tour with Rob Zombie and Megadeth. It was amazing, and Dave Mustaine did great for his age. Rob Zombie was walking in the crowd and I manage to stand like 4 feet away from him ^_^
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donender
Get back to work
Join date: Oct 2004
2,047 IQ
#133
Status Quo with my parents. I didn't really enjoy it because it was too loud, i couldn't see shit (i was about 8 years old), and i don't even really like the band that much. The went to see them again a few months later, but i didn't go, and have been put off them for life.
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