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#1
This is a thread just to talk about who you've seen in concert

My list (i live in arkansas so theres very few good concerts):

Charile Daniels
Red
Sevendust 2x
Skillet
Puddle of Mudd
Breaking Benjamins 2x
Three Days Grace 2x
Godsmack
Hurt
Seether
Angus DeYoung (i believe that was his name he was doing songs from styx but he sucked)
Verdict of Vengence
Mucc
Despairs Aray
one more jrock band i don't remember
idiot piolet
bless the fallen
atreyu
bullet for my valentine
a7x
black stone cherry
five finger death punch
salavia
disturbed
kid rock
jay galls band (i know i didn't spell it right but they sung angel is the center fold)
Rev Run
huey lewis and the news
better than ezera
one republic
saving abel
38 special
zz top
#2
In order of when I saw them:

Alice Cooper
Hinder/Papa Roach/Buckcherry
Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (1st show, North American tour)
Van Halen (Last show ever?)

Petty was the best. May 30th. Blew my mind.
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Bzzzzzzzzz
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Eric Clapton

thats it
but eric clapton was still amazing
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#8
Oh, and:

Iron Maiden
Machine Head
Trivium
Annihilator
HiM
Sanctity
Gojira
Pogues
Humanzi
Eddie Harris
Ahmad Jamal
Nas
GnR
Michael Jackson
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#9
Warped Tour
Sum 41
Motley Crue
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#10
None cause my mom wouldn't let me go with my friend to the Ozzy concert in Toronto.
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#11
My list is too short due to age/money.. anyways...

29,843,859 local bands.

Treaty of Paris ('local' band but just got signed and I know them so I have to advertise, they are going to be on Warped Tour this year and are nation wide touring.
Jack's Mannequin
Plain White Tees
Panic! At the Disco
Fergie
DJ AM
DJ Whiteshadow

I want it to be a lot more.. my largest influences in music aren't/can't be on the list.
This summer... HOPE Jack Johnson/Warped Tour/Dave Matthews Band

EDIT: OH! And I had frickin' free tickets to Ozzfest and for whatever reason (I forget even though it was last year) I couldn't go..
#12
Rush in Calgary, June 18th, 06
Gigantour (Deth and Bodom were the best) in Edmonton, May 12, 08

And tons of local bands


And I'm really sure this has been done before.
Change is good.
#13
Seether/Crossfade/Dark New Day
and
Ozzy/Rob Zombie

Going to see hatebreed/3 inches of blood sunday!!! I'm a big 3iob fan!!
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#14
Havent seen many. Saw Skillet, thay were awesome. Even tho it was only 4 or 5 songs, and i wasnt into em much then, they were the best of the "festival." Saw Seven Nations (celtic rock), they did a pretty good cover of Aqualung. And some other local bands, the best being one called Lucid Druid, a celtic/prog rock instrumental band. Awesome stuff. I think im going to Warped this year, so thatll be like 20 or 30 bands.
#15
Opeth
Three
Barenaked Ladies
Great Big Sea
Jethro Tull
Dream Theater
Robert Plant
Heaven and Hell
Alice Cooper
Queensryche
Motley Crue
Three Days Grace
Velvet Revolver
Dissonance is Bliss


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Motley Crue
DragonForce x2
Gamma Ray
Blind Guardian
Helloween
WASP
Hardcore Superstar
Testament

Thats all i can remember atm... theres lots more tho!!
#19
White Stripes X2
Zappa Plays Zappa (Inaugural tour 2006 w/Steve Vai )
The Who
The Raconteurs X2 (last night second time )
Wolfmother (Front row)
Tool
Dr. Dog x2 / Elvis Perkins
Smashing Pumpkins (triple encore )
Coheed and Cambria/ Fall Of Troy/ Clutch
Wishbone Ash (Met the band)
Streetlight Manifesto / Zox / Dan Potthast
#20
Green Day
Blink-182
The Exploited
Sleater-Kinney
Pearl Jam
Black Label Society (x2)
Ozzy
System of A Down
Wu-Tang Clan
Public Enemy
Rage Against the Machine
Cypress Hill
Talib Kweli
Mos Def
Immortal Technique
EPMD
Lacuna Coil
Hatebreed
Disturbed
Children of Bodom
Sammy Hagar
Avenged Sevenfold
A Life Once Lost
In Flames
Marilyn Manson
Strapping Young Lad
DragonForce
Slayer
Atreyu
Bleeding Through
Between the Buried and Me
The Red Chord
Unearth
Tartan Terrors

and maybe a few im forgetting.

and in about a month and a half i can add Rush to that list.
#22
nothing special:

Bayside in SF
Gigantour '08
Taste of Chaos '08

thats it.... hoping 4 more...
#23
In Order:
Journey/Def Leppard
Styx/Scorpions
Alice Cooper (Costume party, day before Halloween)
Weird Al
Gigantour
Rush
Iron Maiden
a bunch of local bands
ans soon to be Motley Crue and Cruefest
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#24
No order, and these are ALL the bands I have seen/remember seeing, the noteworthy ones at least. Some I do not like, but put down anyway because I did see them.

Ozzy Osbourne
Lamb of God(2)
Static X
Lordi
Hatebreed
Behemoth
DevilDriver
Nile
Ankla
The Showdown
3 Inches of Blood
Daath
In This Moment
Chthonic
STP (reunion show =])
Wolfmother
Rush
QOTSA
RHCP
Van Halen
Journey
Deftones (2)
Korn
Flyleaf
Shadows Fall
Slipknot
Dir En Grey
10 Years
Disturbed
Staind
Kid Rock
Rev Run
Five Finger Death Punch
Alterbridge
Finger Eleven
3 Doors Down
Shinedown
Serj Tankian
System Of A Down
Sevendust
Boba Flex
Seether
Papa Roach
Saving Abel
Ashes Divide
Drowning Pool
Bury Your Dead
Flogging Molly
Marilyn Manson
Nine Inch Nails
Explosions In The Sky
Whitestarr
PANDEMIC GROUP

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#25
splosions in teh sky
slippnuttz [shuttup]
korn [shuttup]
Green Day
30secondstoMars
NIN
ozzfest x2
def leppard
styx
REO speedfagon
death cab
bright eyes
killdares
albannach
perpetual groove


bout a bahzillion local bands

also, i'm sure this has been done.

EDIT: oh yeah, also mushroomhead and probably some others

Yeah. The rumors are true. I'm a twat.
#26
My first concert was seeing Rik Emmett in a coffee shop. Next view i went to:

Flogging Molly (twice)
Dropkick Murphys
Rain (Beatles cover band)
Get The Led Out (Zeppelin cover band)

And my most recent concert was Kansas.
#27
Aerosmith
Lenny Kravitz
Rush
Doc Watson
Def Leppard
Journey
Roger Waters
Eric Clapton
Van Halen
Goo Goo Dolls

In August, I'm going to see Journey (again), Cheap Trick, and Heart ( ).
#28
moe.
Lazlo Hollyfield (amazing local band)
Tea Leaf Green
Umphrey's Mcgee
disco biscuits
umelt
keller williams
disturbed
lamb of god
Allman bros band
Tom Petty
Govt mule
Ricky Haven (opened for woodstock)
The Tragically hip
Yonder Mountain String Band
Robert Randolph
Phil Lesh and Friends

And probably 20 more bands that you guys have never heard of...
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#29
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Terry Bozzio as well, right? I saw the second round with Ray White. What a phenomenal show.

Here's my list:
Aerosmith 06/30/2004
The Australian Pink Floyd Show 10/21/2004
Metallica with Godsmack 10/22/2004
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers with the Black Crowes 06/22/2005
The Rolling Stones with Alanis Morissette 09/15/2005
Paul McCartney 10/04/2005
Cream 10/24/2005
Aerosmith with Lenny Kravitz 11/08/2005
Aerosmith with Lenny Kravitz 11/10/2005
Aerosmith with Lenny Kravitz 11/23/2005
Classic Albums: Physical Graffitti (Led Zeppelin) and Back in Black (AC/DC) 12/31/05-01/01/2006
The Black Crowes with Robert Randolph and the Family Band and the Drive-By Truckers 07/22/2006
John Fogerty with Willie Nelson 08/05/2006
Blues Traveler 08/12/2006
James Gang with JD and the Straight Shot 08/18/2006
Foreigner 08/19/2006
The Allman Brothers Band with Gov't Mule 08/22/2006
Roger Waters 09/06/2006
Aerosmith with Motley Crue 09/14/2006
Peter Frampton with Johnny A 10/10/2006
The Black Crowes 11/08/2006
The Machine 11/25/2006
The Dark Star Orchestra 12/18/2006
The Allman Brothers Band 03/23/2007
Paul Green's School of Rock All Stars with Jon Anderson 04/21/07
Roger Waters 05/24/2007
The Machine 06/22/2007
Rush 07/08/2007
Zappa Plays Zappa 08/05/2007
Joe Walsh with JD and the Straight Shot 08/07/2007
The Black Crowes 03/02/2008
Robin Trower with Matt O'Ree 03/14/2008
Ray Davies with Dana Fuchs 04/08/2008

And then these are the shows I have tickets to/want to go to:
06/18- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers with Steve Winwood, Prudential Center, Newark
07/02- Black Crowes, Fillmore at TLA, Philly
07/03- Black Crowes, Fillmore at TLA, Philly
07/12- Rush, PNC Bank Arts Center
07/28- Yes, PNC Bank Arts Center
10/10- Black Crowes, Borgata, Atlantic City
10/31- Black Crowes, Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC (unconfirmed)
11/04- Black Crowes, Town Hall, NYC (ALL ACOUSTIC show. I'm in the third row ).
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#30
Foo Fighters
Bob Dylan
Green Day
REO Speedwagon
Styx
Cheap Trick
Santana
Los Lonely Boys
John Mayer
Buddy Guy
Weird Al
Ben Folds
Flyleaf
Disturbed
Stone Sour
Nonpoint
Fleetwood Mac
Modest Mouse
Camper Van Beethoven
Kenny Rogers
Slightly Stoopid
Less Than Jake
Big D & The Kid's Table
Goldfinger
Stephen Marley
The Wailers
The Felice Brothers
Murder By Death
Kansas
Stevie Wonder
Three Dog Night
Gnarls Barkley
Rush
Steve Miller Band w/ Joe Cocker
Matisyahu
Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Coheed and Cambria
Stone Temple Pilots
The Roots
I will fuc
#31
Family Values (ewwww)
Foo Fighters (Alright...)
Rush (Amazing)
John 5 (amazing)
There's more coming up like 5-ish so that'll be fun.
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#32
I've been to a few local shows before the city shut it down (****ing bastards)

However, I've sadly only been to one actual concert, it was Prince, and with my parents.

I'M A BAD PERSON! (Even though I was like, 12, and with my folks it was a DAMN good show).
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Green Day
Blink-182
The Exploited
Sleater-Kinney
Pearl Jam
Black Label Society (x2)
Ozzy
System of A Down
Wu-Tang Clan
Public Enemy
Rage Against the Machine

Cypress Hill
Talib Kweli
Mos Def
Immortal Technique
EPMD
Lacuna Coil
Hatebreed
Disturbed
Children of Bodom
Sammy Hagar
Avenged Sevenfold
A Life Once Lost
In Flames
Marilyn Manson
Strapping Young Lad
DragonForce
Slayer
Atreyu

Bleeding Through
Between the Buried and Me
The Red Chord
Unearth
Tartan Terrors

and maybe a few im forgetting.

and in about a month and a half i can add Rush to that list.


I envy you. You bastard.

Also, another Immortal Technique fan on UG? That's pretty cool.
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circa survive x3
suicide silence
the fall of troy x3
enter shikari
the devil wears prada
saosin
explosions in the sky x2
all that remains
emarosa x2
fear before the march of flames
chiodos
hello astronaut goodbye television
killswitch engage
metro station
name taken
pierce the veil
portugal the man
a skylit drive
carnifex
street trash
arsonists get all the girls
before their eyes
envy on the coast

i think thats it im not sure
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Also, another Immortal Technique fan on UG? That's pretty cool.






im not a huge Immortal Technique fan, but they were at the same show as RATM, Wu-Tang, EPMD, Cypress Hill, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, and Public Enemy, so i saw them. theyre not bad though, but im not in love with them or anything.
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im not a huge Immortal Technique fan, but they were at the same show as RATM, Wu-Tang, EPMD, Cypress Hill, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, and Public Enemy, so i saw them. theyre not bad though, but im not in love with them or anything.


That's cool, do you remember if Immortal Technique did Dance With The Devil? That is one sad ****ing song.
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#38
Lessee. I don't go to as many as I like since the nearest real concert venue is an hour away, but here goes (in order, more or less).

October Fall (bleh)
From First to Last (bleh)
Hawthorne Heights (more bleh)
All-American Rejects (even more bleh)
Fall Out Boy (mega bleh)
The Living End- 11/21/07- best night of my life
Set Your Goals
Big D and the Kids Table (x3)
Alexisonfire
Anti-Flag
Live
Anberlin
The Vincent Black Shadow
The Fabulous Rudies
Bad Religion
The Toasters
The Unseen
Pepper
Paramore (bleh)
Poison the Well
Scary Kids Scaring Kids
Cute is What We Aim For (bleh)
Boys Like Girls (bleh)
Smoke or Fire
Silverstein
Comeback Kid
Rise Against
Whole Wheat Bread
Brain Failure
Peter Frampton
INXS
The Wailers
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Smash Mouth
The Wailers

Joan Jett and Bowling for Soup (ha) are coming up this weekend, and the Dropkicks and the Street Dogs aren't far away.
If only summer rain would fall, on the houses and the boulevards
And the sidewalk bagatelles, it's like a dream
With the roar of cars and the lulling of the cafe bars,
The sweetly sleeping sweeping of the Seine...
#40
METALLICA
Apocalyptica
Megadeth
Children of Bodom
In Flames
Scars on Broadway
Chiodos
Anthrax
Iron Maiden
Disturbed
Black Label Society
Black Stone Cherry
Jonathan Davis
Stone Sour (pre-Come What(ever) May)
Dragonforce
Rob Zombie
Avenged Sevenfold
Lacuna Coil

There's a few bands on there I don't really like, but hey, I've seen them anyway.

EDIT: Oh yeah, and Godhead. They were awesome.