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To the best of your ability, and in no particular order, name every band or performer you've ever seen in concert.

I'll start:

  1. Charlie Daniels Band (x3)*
  2. Marshall Tucker Band (x2)*
  3. The Outlaws (x3)*
  4. Styx (x13)*
  5. Led Zeppelin
  6. Pink Floyd (2)
  7. Rush
  8. Christopher Cross (x2)*
  9. Loggins & Messina (also saw Loggins as a solo act)*
  10. Taylor Swift (x2)*
  11. Barenaked Ladies (x72)* (yes, really, 72 times. I was their tour photographer)
  12. Foo Fighters
  13. Goo Goo Dolls (19)*
  14. Howard Jones*
  15. Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark
  16. Gin Blossoms*
  17. Sister Hazel*
  18. Joe Bonomassa*
  19. Donald Fagen*
  20. Donny & Marie Osmond*
  21. Talking Heads*
  22. B-52's*
  23. Aerosmith
  24. Eric Clapton
  25. B.B. King
  26. Santana (x2)
  27. Buddy Guy
  28. Jimmy Vaughan*
  29. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers (x2)*
  30. The Fabulous Thunderbirds
  31. Night Ranger*
  32. Ted Nugent*
  33. Damn Yankees*
  34. America (x2)*
  35. Kid Rock
  36. Lynyrd Skynyrd*
  37. Blackberry Smoke*
  38. Tom Jones
  39. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
  40. The Police
  41. Pat Benatar
  42. Grateful Dead
  43. Jimmy Buffett
  44. Fleetwood Mac
  45. Hall & Oates (x2)*
  46. Duran Duran*
  47. Jerry Jeff Walker
  48. The Kinks (x2)
  49. The Cars
  50. Eddie Money (x6)*
  51. Dave Edmunds
  52. Jackson Browne
  53. Robert Cray*
  54. Victor Wooten*
  55. Ray Charles
  56. The Black Crowes (walked out of that one)
  57. Lita Ford
  58. Alter Bridge
  59. Ana Popovich*
  60. Heart*
  61. Loverboy
  62. The Doobie Brothers*
  63. Johnny Cougar (hey, it was the 80's)
  64. Zakk Wylde*
  65. Alan Jackson*
  66. Jason Mraz*
  67. Jake Shimabukuro*
  68. Crosby, Still, Nash & Young (together and, with the exception of Young, as solo acts) Crosby* Nash*
  69. Eric Johnson*
  70. Jason Aldean*
  71. Billy Joel (x7)
  72. Elton John (2)
  73. Queen
  74. The Who
  75. Molly Hatchet
  76. Yes*
  77. Daughtry*
  78. Dirks Bentley
  79. Al DiMeola*
  80. Widespread Panic (x3)*
  81. Air Supply*
  82. Coheed & Cambria*
  83. Sarah McLachlan (aka: My Next Ex-Wife) (x2)*
  84. Switchfoot*
  85. Richard Thompson*
  86. Ricky Skaggs*
  87. Los Lonely Boys (x2)*
  88. Steve Miller Band*
  89. David Clayton Thomas*
  90. Paul Shaffer*
  91. Doyle Dykes (x18)*
  92. Gypsy Kings*
  93. Terri Clark*
  94. Jackyl*
  95. Poison*
  96. Cheap Trick (x2)*
  97. Elvin Bishop*
  98. The Reverend Horton Heat*
  99. The Blasters*
  100. Junior Brown*
  101. Trombone Shorty*
  102. Robert Randolph*
  103. 10,000 Maniacs*
  104. Richard Marx (x2)*
  105. Alabama*
  106. The Moody Blues*
  107. Pearl Jam*
  108. Rascal Flatts*
  109. Alabama Shakes*
  110. .38 Special*
  111. Gary Lewis & The Playboys (x7)*
  112. Chris Stapleton*
  113. Ray Lamontagne*
  114. Collective Soul*
  115. Booker T. Jones & The M.G.'s*
  116. Indigo Girls*
  117. Nancy Wilson*
  118. Keb' Mo*
  119. Stanley Clarke*
  120. Strawberry Alarm Clock*
  121. JJ Grey & Mofro*
  122. Culture Club*
  123. Peter Frampton*
  124. Don McClean*
  125. Paul Reiser*
  126. Jefferson Starship*
  127. Wilco*
  128. Like A Storm*
  129. Steel Panther*
  130. Jeff Beck*
  131. ZZ Top*
  132. Lisa Loeb*
  133. Todd Rundgren (probably the worst concert in the long and storied history of bad concerts)*
  134. Boston*
  135. Keiko Matsui*
  136. Robbie Krieger*
  137. Emmylou Harris*
  138. Ani DiFranco*
  139. The Winery Dogs*
  140. Tab Benoit*
  141. Kevin Costner & Modern West*
  142. 'Til Tuesday*
  143. Ben Vereen*
  144. Albert Lee*
  145. Jesse Colin Young*
  146. Bruce Springsteen (x4)
  147. Bon Jovi (x2)
  148. Buddy Miles* (his final performance before his death)
  149. Judas Priest
  150. Stone Temple Pilots
  151. Brian Setzer
  152. Lyle Lovett
  153. The Who (their first farewell tour)
  154. Dwight Yoakum

I do a lot of concert photography, so I was able to go back through my hard drives and see who I've photographed over the years. Those bands listed with an asterisk are shows I photographed, either for a publication, as tour photographer (which was the case for Barenaked Ladies and Goo Goo Dolls), or as a house photographer. I'm sure there are some bands I didn't shoot, but saw in concert, and just don't recall the show. I'll add more if I remember them. Unfortunately, many of the concert photos from when I lived in San Diego were lost when I moved from Portland, Oregon to St. Augustine, Florida. If anyone wants to see some, I'll oblige where I can.

Anyway, there 'tis for me.

What's yours?
 
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slipknot
motionless in white
trivium
king 810
avatar
coheed and cambria
suicide silence
emmure
in this moment
gemini syndrome
korn
all i can think of right now.
 

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To the best of your ability, and in no particular order, name every band or performer you've ever seen in concert.

I'll start:

  1. Charlie Daniels Band (x3)*
  2. Marshall Tucker Band (x2)*
  3. The Outlaws (x3)*
  4. Styx (x13)*
  5. Led Zeppelin
  6. Pink Floyd (2)
  7. Rush
  8. Christopher Cross (x2)*
  9. Loggins & Messina (also saw Loggins as a solo act)*
  10. Taylor Swift (x2)*
  11. Barenaked Ladies (x72)* (yes, really, 72 times. I was their tour photographer)
  12. Foo Fighters
  13. Goo Goo Dolls (19)*
  14. Howard Jones*
  15. Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark
  16. Gin Blossoms*
  17. Sister Hazel*
  18. Joe Bonomassa*
  19. Donald Fagen*
  20. Donny & Marie Osmond*
  21. Talking Heads*
  22. B-52's*
  23. Aerosmith
  24. Eric Clapton
  25. B.B. King
  26. Santana (x2)
  27. Buddy Guy
  28. Jimmy Vaughan*
  29. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers (x2)*
  30. The Fabulous Thunderbirds
  31. Night Ranger*
  32. Ted Nugent*
  33. Damn Yankees*
  34. America (x2)*
  35. Kid Rock
  36. Lynyrd Skynyrd*
  37. Blackberry Smoke*
  38. Tom Jones
  39. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
  40. The Police
  41. Pat Benatar
  42. Grateful Dead
  43. Jimmy Buffett
  44. Fleetwood Mac
  45. Hall & Oates (x2)*
  46. Duran Duran*
  47. Jerry Jeff Walker
  48. The Kinks (x2)
  49. The Cars
  50. Eddie Money (x6)*
  51. Dave Edmunds
  52. Jackson Browne
  53. Robert Cray*
  54. Victor Wooten*
  55. Ray Charles
  56. The Black Crowes (walked out of that one)
  57. Lita Ford
  58. Alter Bridge
  59. Ana Popovich*
  60. Heart*
  61. Loverboy
  62. The Doobie Brothers*
  63. Johnny Cougar (hey, it was the 80's)
  64. Zakk Wylde*
  65. Alan Jackson*
  66. Jason Mraz*
  67. Jake Shimabukuro*
  68. Crosby, Still, Nash & Young (together and, with the exception of Young, as solo acts) Crosby* Nash*
  69. Eric Johnson*
  70. Jason Aldean*
  71. Billy Joel (x7)
  72. Elton John (2)
  73. Queen
  74. The Who
  75. Molly Hatchet
  76. Yes*
  77. Daughtry*
  78. Dirks Bentley
  79. Al DiMeola*
  80. Widespread Panic (x3)*
  81. Air Supply*
  82. Coheed & Cambria*
  83. Sarah McLachlan (aka: My Next Ex-Wife) (x2)*
  84. Switchfoot*
  85. Richard Thompson*
  86. Ricky Skaggs*
  87. Los Lonely Boys (x2)*
  88. Steve Miller Band*
  89. David Clayton Thomas*
  90. Paul Shaffer*
  91. Doyle Dykes (x18)*
  92. Gypsy Kings*
  93. Terri Clark*
  94. Jackyl*
  95. Poison*
  96. Cheap Trick (x2)*
  97. Elvin Bishop*
  98. The Reverend Horton Heat*
  99. The Blasters*
  100. Junior Brown*
  101. Trombone Shorty*
  102. Robert Randolph*
  103. 10,000 Maniacs*
  104. Richard Marx (x2)*
  105. Alabama*
  106. The Moody Blues*
  107. Pearl Jam*
  108. Rascal Flatts*
  109. Alabama Shakes*
  110. .38 Special*
  111. Gary Lewis & The Playboys (x7)*
  112. Chris Stapleton*
  113. Ray Lamontagne*
  114. Collective Soul*
  115. Booker T. Jones & The M.G.'s*
  116. Indigo Girls*
  117. Nancy Wilson*
  118. Keb' Mo*
  119. Stanley Clarke*
  120. Strawberry Alarm Clock*
  121. JJ Grey & Mofro*
  122. Culture Club*
  123. Peter Frampton*
  124. Don McClean*
  125. Paul Reiser*
  126. Jefferson Starship*
  127. Wilco*
  128. Like A Storm*
  129. Steel Panther*
  130. Jeff Beck*
  131. ZZ Top*
  132. Lisa Loeb*
  133. Todd Rundgren (probably the worst concert in the long and storied history of bad concerts)*
  134. Boston*
  135. Keiko Matsui*
  136. Robbie Krieger*
  137. Emmylou Harris*
  138. Ani DiFranco*
  139. The Winery Dogs*
  140. Tab Benoit*
  141. Kevin Costner & Modern West*
  142. 'Til Tuesday*
  143. Ben Vereen*
  144. Albert Lee*
  145. Jesse Colin Young*
  146. Bruce Springsteen (x4)
  147. Bon Jovi (x2)
  148. Buddy Miles* (his final performance before his death)

I do a lot of concert photography, so I was able to go back through my hard drives and see who I've photographed over the years. Those bands listed with an asterisk are shows I photographed, either for a publication, as tour photographer (which was the case for Barenaked Ladies and Goo Goo Dolls), or as a house photographer. I'm sure there are some bands I didn't shoot, but saw in concert, and just don't recall the show. I'll add more if I remember them. Unfortunately, many of the concert photos from when I lived in San Diego were lost when I moved from Portland, Oregon to St. Augustine, Florida. If anyone wants to see some, I'll oblige where I can.

Anyway, there 'tis for me.

What's yours?
im so glad i grew up in the musical generation i did.
Your generations music sux ballz, boomer :p
Naw, I probably heard of 20% of those and even like a couple of them. But i can listen to bad live music. Something about it being live i guess.
 
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im so glad i grew up in the musical generation i did.
Your generations music sux ballz, boomer :p
Naw, I probably heard of 20% of those and even like a couple of them. But i can listen to live music, even if its something i dont like. Something about it being live i guess.

Hey, I was never a big Duran Duran fan, but they fuckin' killed it in concert...
 

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Electric Light Orchestra - 1981
Huey Lewis and the News - 1983
Aerosmith - 1986
R.E.M. - 1986

After that, didn't attend another one unless you count end of technical conference concerts that the attending
companies always put on in Orlando, Vegas, and San Fran.

Those included English Beat, Fall Out Boy, OneRepublic, and Duran Duran.

Recently (sort of),
Peter Cetera - 2015
Barry Manilow - 2017
(Yeah, I know, but, gotta keep the wife happy! :))
 

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Elvis Costello
Blondie
The Jam
The Specials
The Damned
Buzzcocks
The Posies
The Pixies
Wire
The Stranglers
Xtc
Soft Boys/Robyn Hitchcock
Pere Ubu
Martha and The Muffins
ELO
Wishbone Ash
Talking Heads
Primus
Smashing Pumpkins
Fountains of Wayne
Yes
Genesis
David Bowie
Iggy Pop
Lou Reed
King Crimson'
Ten Years After
Spoon
Swervedriver
Of Montreal
C.S.N.Y.
Robin Trower
Weather Report
Chic Correa
Flipper
Dead Kennedys


My old brain is getting tired trying to remember, but I'm sure there are a lot more.
 
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The Archie's
Josey and the Pussy Cats


Just kidding.
I have not been to very many compared to most posting in this thread. And most concerts I've attended are not big name groups/individuals.

Collin Raye
Michael Card
Carman
Some Celtic Group..... don't remember the name but they were pretty good. However, my expectation of a concert is that I can sit back, tap my feet and listen to the music. I went to this concert with a lady friend that liked the group. There was no seating, it was standing room only in a group of people screaming much of the time. I like having my personal space.
 
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Damn, need to add three more: ELO, Genesis and Robin Trower...
 

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in the 70's i seen so many i might as well just say just about every 70's group....i hung with a musician who knew people in the music business who was always giving him free tickets to all the major venues....
 

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To the best of your ability, and in no particular order, name every band or performer you've ever seen in concert.

I'll start:

  1. Charlie Daniels Band (x3)*
  2. Marshall Tucker Band (x2)*
  3. The Outlaws (x3)*
  4. Styx (x13)*
  5. Led Zeppelin
  6. Pink Floyd (2)
  7. Rush
  8. Christopher Cross (x2)*
  9. Loggins & Messina (also saw Loggins as a solo act)*
  10. Taylor Swift (x2)*
  11. Barenaked Ladies (x72)* (yes, really, 72 times. I was their tour photographer)
  12. Foo Fighters
  13. Goo Goo Dolls (19)*
  14. Howard Jones*
  15. Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark
  16. Gin Blossoms*
  17. Sister Hazel*
  18. Joe Bonomassa*
  19. Donald Fagen*
  20. Donny & Marie Osmond*
  21. Talking Heads*
  22. B-52's*
  23. Aerosmith
  24. Eric Clapton
  25. B.B. King
  26. Santana (x2)
  27. Buddy Guy
  28. Jimmy Vaughan*
  29. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers (x2)*
  30. The Fabulous Thunderbirds
  31. Night Ranger*
  32. Ted Nugent*
  33. Damn Yankees*
  34. America (x2)*
  35. Kid Rock
  36. Lynyrd Skynyrd*
  37. Blackberry Smoke*
  38. Tom Jones
  39. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
  40. The Police
  41. Pat Benatar
  42. Grateful Dead
  43. Jimmy Buffett
  44. Fleetwood Mac
  45. Hall & Oates (x2)*
  46. Duran Duran*
  47. Jerry Jeff Walker
  48. The Kinks (x2)
  49. The Cars
  50. Eddie Money (x6)*
  51. Dave Edmunds
  52. Jackson Browne
  53. Robert Cray*
  54. Victor Wooten*
  55. Ray Charles
  56. The Black Crowes (walked out of that one)
  57. Lita Ford
  58. Alter Bridge
  59. Ana Popovich*
  60. Heart*
  61. Loverboy
  62. The Doobie Brothers*
  63. Johnny Cougar (hey, it was the 80's)
  64. Zakk Wylde*
  65. Alan Jackson*
  66. Jason Mraz*
  67. Jake Shimabukuro*
  68. Crosby, Still, Nash & Young (together and, with the exception of Young, as solo acts) Crosby* Nash*
  69. Eric Johnson*
  70. Jason Aldean*
  71. Billy Joel (x7)
  72. Elton John (2)
  73. Queen
  74. The Who
  75. Molly Hatchet
  76. Yes*
  77. Daughtry*
  78. Dirks Bentley
  79. Al DiMeola*
  80. Widespread Panic (x3)*
  81. Air Supply*
  82. Coheed & Cambria*
  83. Sarah McLachlan (aka: My Next Ex-Wife) (x2)*
  84. Switchfoot*
  85. Richard Thompson*
  86. Ricky Skaggs*
  87. Los Lonely Boys (x2)*
  88. Steve Miller Band*
  89. David Clayton Thomas*
  90. Paul Shaffer*
  91. Doyle Dykes (x18)*
  92. Gypsy Kings*
  93. Terri Clark*
  94. Jackyl*
  95. Poison*
  96. Cheap Trick (x2)*
  97. Elvin Bishop*
  98. The Reverend Horton Heat*
  99. The Blasters*
  100. Junior Brown*
  101. Trombone Shorty*
  102. Robert Randolph*
  103. 10,000 Maniacs*
  104. Richard Marx (x2)*
  105. Alabama*
  106. The Moody Blues*
  107. Pearl Jam*
  108. Rascal Flatts*
  109. Alabama Shakes*
  110. .38 Special*
  111. Gary Lewis & The Playboys (x7)*
  112. Chris Stapleton*
  113. Ray Lamontagne*
  114. Collective Soul*
  115. Booker T. Jones & The M.G.'s*
  116. Indigo Girls*
  117. Nancy Wilson*
  118. Keb' Mo*
  119. Stanley Clarke*
  120. Strawberry Alarm Clock*
  121. JJ Grey & Mofro*
  122. Culture Club*
  123. Peter Frampton*
  124. Don McClean*
  125. Paul Reiser*
  126. Jefferson Starship*
  127. Wilco*
  128. Like A Storm*
  129. Steel Panther*
  130. Jeff Beck*
  131. ZZ Top*
  132. Lisa Loeb*
  133. Todd Rundgren (probably the worst concert in the long and storied history of bad concerts)*
  134. Boston*
  135. Keiko Matsui*
  136. Robbie Krieger*
  137. Emmylou Harris*
  138. Ani DiFranco*
  139. The Winery Dogs*
  140. Tab Benoit*
  141. Kevin Costner & Modern West*
  142. 'Til Tuesday*
  143. Ben Vereen*
  144. Albert Lee*
  145. Jesse Colin Young*
  146. Bruce Springsteen (x4)
  147. Bon Jovi (x2)
  148. Buddy Miles* (his final performance before his death)
  149. Judas Priest
  150. Stone Temple Pilots
  151. Brian Setzer
  152. Lyle Lovett
  153. The Who (their first farewell tour)
  154. Dwight Yoakum

I do a lot of concert photography, so I was able to go back through my hard drives and see who I've photographed over the years. Those bands listed with an asterisk are shows I photographed, either for a publication, as tour photographer (which was the case for Barenaked Ladies and Goo Goo Dolls), or as a house photographer. I'm sure there are some bands I didn't shoot, but saw in concert, and just don't recall the show. I'll add more if I remember them. Unfortunately, many of the concert photos from when I lived in San Diego were lost when I moved from Portland, Oregon to St. Augustine, Florida. If anyone wants to see some, I'll oblige where I can.

Anyway, there 'tis for me.

What's yours?
I was about to say what are you a roadie or something,man you’ve practically seen them all.mine is also a short list like the first person to reply so I hope all of us having small lists like me him, and joe mama don’t bore ya.the ones I have seen are
Billy Joel thrice
Huey Lewis twice
The beach boys
Elton john
Heart
Eddie money
Joan jett
Reo speedwagon twice
Chicago
Shania twain
Rick springfield
Kevin bacon with the bacon brothers
Survivor
I have not seen pat Benatar but that’s going to change in a month,she is actually coming to my town,yahoo.
I also have never seen Duran Duran but that’s also going to change in three months,they are one of my three favorites so I am super excited.

When did you see Duran Duran,we’re you super close to the stage.
 

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To the best of your ability, and in no particular order, name every band or performer you've ever seen in concert.

I'll start:

  1. Charlie Daniels Band (x3)*
  2. Marshall Tucker Band (x2)*
  3. The Outlaws (x3)*
  4. Styx (x13)*
  5. Led Zeppelin
  6. Pink Floyd (2)
  7. Rush
  8. Christopher Cross (x2)*
  9. Loggins & Messina (also saw Loggins as a solo act)*
  10. Taylor Swift (x2)*
  11. Barenaked Ladies (x72)* (yes, really, 72 times. I was their tour photographer)
  12. Foo Fighters
  13. Goo Goo Dolls (19)*
  14. Howard Jones*
  15. Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark
  16. Gin Blossoms*
  17. Sister Hazel*
  18. Joe Bonomassa*
  19. Donald Fagen*
  20. Donny & Marie Osmond*
  21. Talking Heads*
  22. B-52's*
  23. Aerosmith
  24. Eric Clapton
  25. B.B. King
  26. Santana (x2)
  27. Buddy Guy
  28. Jimmy Vaughan*
  29. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers (x2)*
  30. The Fabulous Thunderbirds
  31. Night Ranger*
  32. Ted Nugent*
  33. Damn Yankees*
  34. America (x2)*
  35. Kid Rock
  36. Lynyrd Skynyrd*
  37. Blackberry Smoke*
  38. Tom Jones
  39. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
  40. The Police
  41. Pat Benatar
  42. Grateful Dead
  43. Jimmy Buffett
  44. Fleetwood Mac
  45. Hall & Oates (x2)*
  46. Duran Duran*
  47. Jerry Jeff Walker
  48. The Kinks (x2)
  49. The Cars
  50. Eddie Money (x6)*
  51. Dave Edmunds
  52. Jackson Browne
  53. Robert Cray*
  54. Victor Wooten*
  55. Ray Charles
  56. The Black Crowes (walked out of that one)
  57. Lita Ford
  58. Alter Bridge
  59. Ana Popovich*
  60. Heart*
  61. Loverboy
  62. The Doobie Brothers*
  63. Johnny Cougar (hey, it was the 80's)
  64. Zakk Wylde*
  65. Alan Jackson*
  66. Jason Mraz*
  67. Jake Shimabukuro*
  68. Crosby, Still, Nash & Young (together and, with the exception of Young, as solo acts) Crosby* Nash*
  69. Eric Johnson*
  70. Jason Aldean*
  71. Billy Joel (x7)
  72. Elton John (2)
  73. Queen
  74. The Who
  75. Molly Hatchet
  76. Yes*
  77. Daughtry*
  78. Dirks Bentley
  79. Al DiMeola*
  80. Widespread Panic (x3)*
  81. Air Supply*
  82. Coheed & Cambria*
  83. Sarah McLachlan (aka: My Next Ex-Wife) (x2)*
  84. Switchfoot*
  85. Richard Thompson*
  86. Ricky Skaggs*
  87. Los Lonely Boys (x2)*
  88. Steve Miller Band*
  89. David Clayton Thomas*
  90. Paul Shaffer*
  91. Doyle Dykes (x18)*
  92. Gypsy Kings*
  93. Terri Clark*
  94. Jackyl*
  95. Poison*
  96. Cheap Trick (x2)*
  97. Elvin Bishop*
  98. The Reverend Horton Heat*
  99. The Blasters*
  100. Junior Brown*
  101. Trombone Shorty*
  102. Robert Randolph*
  103. 10,000 Maniacs*
  104. Richard Marx (x2)*
  105. Alabama*
  106. The Moody Blues*
  107. Pearl Jam*
  108. Rascal Flatts*
  109. Alabama Shakes*
  110. .38 Special*
  111. Gary Lewis & The Playboys (x7)*
  112. Chris Stapleton*
  113. Ray Lamontagne*
  114. Collective Soul*
  115. Booker T. Jones & The M.G.'s*
  116. Indigo Girls*
  117. Nancy Wilson*
  118. Keb' Mo*
  119. Stanley Clarke*
  120. Strawberry Alarm Clock*
  121. JJ Grey & Mofro*
  122. Culture Club*
  123. Peter Frampton*
  124. Don McClean*
  125. Paul Reiser*
  126. Jefferson Starship*
  127. Wilco*
  128. Like A Storm*
  129. Steel Panther*
  130. Jeff Beck*
  131. ZZ Top*
  132. Lisa Loeb*
  133. Todd Rundgren (probably the worst concert in the long and storied history of bad concerts)*
  134. Boston*
  135. Keiko Matsui*
  136. Robbie Krieger*
  137. Emmylou Harris*
  138. Ani DiFranco*
  139. The Winery Dogs*
  140. Tab Benoit*
  141. Kevin Costner & Modern West*
  142. 'Til Tuesday*
  143. Ben Vereen*
  144. Albert Lee*
  145. Jesse Colin Young*
  146. Bruce Springsteen (x4)
  147. Bon Jovi (x2)
  148. Buddy Miles* (his final performance before his death)
  149. Judas Priest
  150. Stone Temple Pilots
  151. Brian Setzer
  152. Lyle Lovett
  153. The Who (their first farewell tour)
  154. Dwight Yoakum

I do a lot of concert photography, so I was able to go back through my hard drives and see who I've photographed over the years. Those bands listed with an asterisk are shows I photographed, either for a publication, as tour photographer (which was the case for Barenaked Ladies and Goo Goo Dolls), or as a house photographer. I'm sure there are some bands I didn't shoot, but saw in concert, and just don't recall the show. I'll add more if I remember them. Unfortunately, many of the concert photos from when I lived in San Diego were lost when I moved from Portland, Oregon to St. Augustine, Florida. If anyone wants to see some, I'll oblige where I can.

Anyway, there 'tis for me.

What's yours?
That's one nice list of shows ....and ya got paid to go ?....double sweet

I dont even wanna think about mine right now
 
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I also have never seen Duran Duran but that’s also going to change in three months,they are one of my three favorites so I am super excited.

I was surprised at how great a show they put on. I can't say I was ever really a fan, but they brought it hard...

When did you see Duran Duran,we’re you super close to the stage.

I'm one of the house photographers at the venue they played so, yeah, I was kinda' close...

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Tell me everything about seeing Dwight that you remember. I was raised on his music, but I've never gotten to any of his shows yet. Out of who I remember at the moment, I have seen the following sing live.

James Otto (3)
Alison Krauss and Union Station (3)
LeAnn Rimes (2)
Tanya Tucker (2)
Trace Adkins (8)
Darryl Worley (2)
Brad Paisley (5)
Toby Keith (2)
Kenny Chesney (2)
Shane Minor (4)
Brooks & Dunn (1)
Sawyer Brown (3)
Diamond Rio (3)
Aaron Tippin (3)
Lee Ann Womack (2)
Billy Currington (2)
Sara Evans (1)
Rodney Atkins (1)
Doug Stone (2)
Sammy Kershaw (1)
Lorrie Morgan (1)
Jessica Andrews (1)
Bryan White (1)
Josh Turner (1)
Ricky Skaggs (1)
Black Hawk (2)
Ronnie McDowell (2)
Charlie Daniels (1)
Phil Vassar (1)
Gretchen Wilson (1)
Baillie And The Boys (1)

God bless you and them always!!!

Holly

P.S. I saw the late and legendary Hal Ketchum and Joe Diffie one time each. I still miss them both so very much.
 
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Tell me everything about seeing Dwight that you remember.

Wow, it was many moons ago.

He came out on stage with that Yoakum pull off, and it was just him; no band...
 

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REO Speedwagon.
Van Halen.
Foreigner.
Journey.
Kansas.
ZZ Top
Rush.
Frank Zappa.
Blue Oyster Cult.
Bob Dylan.
Grateful Dead.
Joe Jackson.
Bruce Cockburn.
38 Special.
Loverboy.
The Pointer Sisters.
Toto.
Joe Walsh.
The Radiators.
Bob Seger.
 
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Charlie Pride
Charlie Rich
Lynn Anderson
Kenny Rogers
Lionel Richie
Sawyer Brown
John Schneider
Air Supply
The Cars
Jefferson Starship
The Osmonds
David Cassidy
Loggins and Messina
Uncle Kracker
Jake Owen
Josh Turner
Julianne Hough
Kate Voegele
Restless Heart
Little Texas
Blackhawk

That’s all I can think of at the moment.
 
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Rod Stewart-Jeff Beck
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Grand Funk
Montrose
Doobies
Purple
Sabbath
Rush
Santana
Frank Marino
Pat Travers
Aeronoise-Kiss
Nugent
Styx
Pink Floyd(animals tour)
Reo
Van Halen(Dave)
NyrdSkyrd
Allmans
ZZ Top
Van Halen(Sammy)
Kenny Rogers---last concert I went to, small joint in Ft Liquordale.1994-5 ?
Post Empire
Debi Nova
Santana
Jose Feliciano
 

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The Who
Rod Stewart-Jeff Beck
Chicago
Grand Funk
Montrose
Doobies
Purple
Sabbath
Rush
Santana
Frank Marino
Pat Travers
Aeronoise-Kiss
Nugent
Styx
Pink Floyd(animals tour)
Reo
Van Halen(Dave)
NyrdSkyrd
Allmans
ZZ Top
Van Halen(Sammy)
Kenny Rogers---last concert I went to, small joint in Ft Liquordale.1994-5 ?
Post Empire
Debi Nova
Santana
Jose Feliciano
Wow yours is almost as long as his is.

I mentioned earlier thst I saw The Beach Boys,what I left out is thst it was three years ago before COVID.i only git to be so fortunate because I have a friend who is a councilman in Kansas City here who is part of the Nlcs whom were able to get them to come.thankfully I am friends with him or I would more than likely be going to my grave the day when that time comes unable to say thst I got to see them,that was definetetly a once in a lifetime opportunity thst will not happen again,thst is why I cherish these upcoming chances I will have to see pat benatar and Duran duran soon because they could very well be a once in a lifetime opportunity as well,you never know how much longer they will be around,the beach boys only have two of the original members of the band left performing so thst was definitely a once in a lifetime opportunity I got to have and won’t ever have again.


Sure wish Bob Seeger changes his mind and makes another tour in a couple years or so otherwise looks like I blew it.
 

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Tell me everything about seeing Dwight that you remember. I was raised on his music, but I've never gotten to any of his shows yet. Out of who I remember at the moment, I have seen the following sing live.

James Otto (3)
Alison Krauss and Union Station (3)
LeAnn Rimes (2)
Tanya Tucker (2)
Trace Adkins (8)
Darryl Worley (2)
Brad Paisley (5)
Toby Keith (2)
Kenny Chesney (2)
Shane Minor (4)
Brooks & Dunn (1)
Sawyer Brown (3)
Diamond Rio (3)
Aaron Tippin (3)
Lee Ann Womack (2)
Billy Currington (2)
Sara Evans (1)
Rodney Atkins (1)
Doug Stone (2)
Sammy Kershaw (1)
Lorrie Morgan (1)
Jessica Andrews (1)
Bryan White (1)
Josh Turner (1)
Ricky Skaggs (1)
Black Hawk (2)
Ronnie McDowell (2)
Charlie Daniels (1)
Phil Vassar (1)
Gretchen Wilson (1)
Baillie And The Boys (1)

God bless you and them always!!!

Holly

P.S. I saw the late and legendary Hal Ketchum and Joe Diffie one time each. I still miss them both so very much.
Wow,the majority of those people I have never even heard of.only a couple of those names ring a bell or me.
 

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