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Old 04-24-2002, 03:57 PM   #31
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I delved into the ancient past for my short list up there. Just to update it I did see
Korn, Marilyn Manson, Soulfly, COC and Pantera in the past couple of years ( mainly because of my kids, but I still like a good head-bang/thrash myself at times )
In 2001, I saw Bob Dylan and Emmylou Harris within a week of one another at local venues.ahhhhhBLISS. I did think I'd be seeing U2 in 2001 too......

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Originally posted by OzAurora:
Diamond- I always knew that you were a groover...buuut this just confirms it for me- I am soooooooo envious of you having seen these two artists, two artists who I admire just as much as U2, I would love to know which shows you went to and what you thought of them

here is my list of concerts I have been to- some are bad, some are good

Alanis Morisette
John Farnham
NKOTB (I got free tickets, so I went!)
Red Hot Chilli Pepers
Smashing Pumpkins x 3
Bjork x 2
The Cruel Sea
U2 Zoomerang
U2 Pop

and numerous Aussie bands at pubs and clubs

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Ms Oz-
First Neil Young.
I grew up listening to Neil, because I was weaned on him by my brother -"Mr.Deep".
Seen him a no of times.
Neil "owns" the corner of the universe on sensitivity.
Lyrically and performance wise.
Bono said something a long while back about this in early 80s.

Jane's Addiction-
Interesting creative band.
Perry F.
puts on a great show.
Saw them once.
1990 I think.
Rowdy, expressive show,enjoyable as well.

Hope this gives you an idea.
Your friend-


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Old 04-25-2002, 08:15 AM   #33
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deep and diamond-- that picture of you two [U2?] is divine. Diamond-- I thought you were cool but with that big collar, you're really cool!
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Originally posted by sharky:
deep and diamond-- that picture of you two [U2?] is divine. Diamond-- I thought you were cool but with that big collar, you're really cool!
Back in the day, Sharky those shirts were cool.
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Old 04-25-2002, 10:45 PM   #35
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eek! i can't remember them all! i haven't attended that many, but i can't remember a lot of details about some of them. but i'll try.

artist: U2
opening acts: rage against the machine
location: liberty bowl; memphis, tennessee
date: may 14, 1997
type: hehe.

artist: dc talk
opening acts: umm...there were two groups, one was like a christian spice girls and the other was umm some guy group.
location: midsouth colesium; memphis, tennessee
date: march (?) 1998
type: christian rock/pop

artist: collective soul
opening acts: none, it was a music festival
location: beale street; memphis, tennessee
date: may 2, 1999
type: rock

artist: duran duran
opening acts: none (and no they weren't opening for anyone either)
location: ummm...atlanta, georgia, dunno the venue name
date: march 17, 2001
type: synth pop or something?

and i may see the goo goo dolls this summer so maybe i'll have another one to add later!
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Old 04-25-2002, 11:23 PM   #36
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Let's see...*scratches her head*

U2 ( duh!)
The Rolling Stones
Jimmy Page
Backstreet Boys ( Don't even ask!!! Ugh...*pukes*)
Argentinian bands: La Renga, Divididos, Los Piojos,Babasonicos, Erica GArcia, Peligrosos Gorriones, Illia Kuriaky, Attaque 77, Carca, A-Tirador Laser and many more i can't remember right now
Oasis ( And i bumped into Noel Gallagher backsatge and he didn't hit me! lol He even apologised....)
Smashing Pumpkins
The Ramones

And I think that's it...I know I'm forgetting some bands, but i can't remember right now

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Old 04-26-2002, 01:04 AM   #37
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Wanted to post my list - just to give Diamond a run for his money.

Mud (My first concert – Only fellow Brits will know this band)
The Tubes
The Clash
X-Ray Specs
The Jam
The Stranglers
The Temptations
Boomtown Rats
Pink Floyd - 5 times including Animals tour
The Ramones with Talking Heads opening
Sylvester with Two Tons of Fun AKA The Weather Girls Backing
Elton John – Twice – Once with Billy Joel
Earth Wind and Fire
Diana Ross
Rod Stewart – Twice
Sting – Twice
Eric Clapton – Twice – Once with Stevie Ray Vaughan (Swansong)
Paul McCartney – Twice
Michael Jackson
AC/DC – Twice – Once with Slash’s Snake Pit opening
Tom Jones – Took my Mum as a surprise
INXS – Twice
Grateful Dead
Phil Collins
David Bowie
Van Halen
Peter Gabriel
Rolling Stones
Hootie and the Blowfish
Midnight Oil
U2 – 9 times 2 Zoo, 3 Pop, 4 Eliv8ion.

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Old 04-26-2002, 05:25 AM   #38
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Originally posted by bono-vox:

Oasis- Odyssey Arena Belfast (also free)

Which night bono-vox?...I'm going to the 29th, e-mail me maybe we can hang out

Long live the lemon!!!
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Old 04-27-2002, 07:15 AM   #39
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First: Neil Diamond, when I was 7. (My mom had an extra ticket).

New Kids on the Block
Whitney Houston (ick)
Toad the Wet Sprocket
The Samples
Live (3)
Better Than Ezra (2)
Morphine (2)
Billy Joel (3)
Elton John
Billy Joel with Elton John
DMB (4)
Phil Collins
Counting Crows
U2 (6)
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Old 04-28-2002, 12:44 PM   #40
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According to your concert list, you saw Phil Collins. Why?

The goal is ELEVATION!

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Old 04-28-2002, 05:14 PM   #41
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Yeah, it sucked.

I went with a boyfriend. That should have been a clue to me that it wasn't going to work out.
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Old 04-28-2002, 05:18 PM   #42
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I've probably forgotten a bunch but here it goes. I'm only going to mention bands/performers who people might have actually heard of.

Smashing Pumpkins
Beastie Boys
They Might be Giants
George Clinton
Beastie Boys
Red Hot Chili Pepppers
Black 47
Jane's Addiction
No Doubt

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Old 04-28-2002, 11:21 PM   #43
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Here goes!!

starting in 1979:
Journey, Joe Perry Project, Genesis (2), AC/DC, Pat Benatar, Rick Springfield, Styx, REO, Joe Walsh, Talking Heads, Neil Young, Phil Collins (2), Bob Dylan (3), Moody Blues, Psychedelic Furs, Howard Jones, Supertramp, Peter Gabriel (4), David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Indigo Girls, Squeeze, Jethro Tull (2), the Alarm, Michael Jackson, Laurie Anderson, Yes, Joe Cocker, America, Sting, Janet Jackson, Live, Midnight Oil, Woodstock '94 (et al)
U2 (Indoor Zoo, Hartford '92; Popmart, Foxboro '97; Elevation, Buffalo '01 and Hamilton '01)

I'm sure I've forgotten some.

If your glass house should crack....POE
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Old 05-07-2002, 03:07 PM   #44
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Originally posted by MrPryck2U:
According to your concert list, you saw Phil Collins. Why?

Because he's amazing in concert, a very talented showman.

There are tons of concerts I've been to that I would not buy all of their albums, but I love live music of all genres, so if there's a live gig, I'll be there!

THE BEST concert I've ever been to was U2. Ever. Hands Down. Best. Over and out.


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Old 05-07-2002, 03:34 PM   #45
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yeah, way too many to list. (i'm an old fart raised by a couple-o-hippies) but, hey bono's american wife---i saw dwight yoakum at the coach house in san juan capistrano, too. cool lynn

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