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Old 02-13-2002, 02:46 PM   #16
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Old 02-13-2002, 02:48 PM   #17
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Steve Perry/Sass Jordan(1994)

Everlast/Joydrop/Seven Mary Three/Cowboy Mouth(1998)

Pearl Jam/Sonic Youth(2000)

...and as opening acts for U2..
Third Eye Blind
The Corrs
Garbage

That's it.

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Old 02-13-2002, 02:50 PM   #18
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db9 you are nuts

our lady peace
the tragically hip
i mother earth
moist
spy girls
faster than eddie
pearl jam
radiohead/kid koala

opening for U2
third eye blind
pj harvey
garbage

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Sting stunk? May I ask why? I beg to differ.

My list (and I might as well include the opening acts too):

Bryan Adams
Queensryche
Type O Negative (they opened for Queensryche, were pretty bad)
Collective Soul
Rusty (opened for CS)
Lawrence Gowan
A guy who opened for Gowan, some local guy with a one word name
Sting
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
A woman who opened for Page and Plant, played violin and sang very loudly
Jann Arden (opened for Sting, also at a free concert in town)
Philosopher Kings
Melanie Doane (opened for Philosopher Kings)
PJ Harvey (opened for U2)
kd lang (opened for Sting)
Crash Test Dummies
Colin James (he and the Dummies were free at the Commonwealth Games entertainment when that happened in my town)
Spirit of the West
Some Canadian bands who were not half bad but whose names I cannot remember who were at the same concert as Spirit of the West
Nelly Furtado when she sang at a school assembly
Fred Penner (when young)
Raffi (also when young)

I think that's about it. Angel, when did you see Midnight Oil? I am really mad at myself for not going to see them in Vancouver when they were there recently.

By the way, I officially hate everyone who saw Led Zeppelin and the Police, though I have seen members of both bands (P&P blew me away, and I've seen Sting twice and probably prefer his solo work to the Police.)


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Old 02-13-2002, 04:58 PM   #20
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~New Kids on the Block (shut up, I was just a kid!!!)

~The Rolling Stones (opening act: Blues Traveler)

~The Rolling Stones (opening act: Wide Mouth Mason)

~Janet Jackson (opening act: Usher)

~Tim McGraw (opening act: Kenny Chesney and some other guy...I wasn't too enthused about this concert...but there were some good points)

I would like to thank my parents for all of the concert tickets they have bought me.



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Old 02-13-2002, 06:25 PM   #21
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Nice list also Spinning.

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Old 02-13-2002, 06:32 PM   #22
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not much , i'm a fokin student after all

Rolling Stones
U2
PJ Harvey
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Wow.
Great list Hewson.
I wouldnt of admitted Tesla and Great White though.

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You can tell from my list that I went to many shows in the late great 80's . Actually Great White was quite good.



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*New Kids on the Block (first concert, I was 9!!)
*The Who(2)
*Eric Clapton
*Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young(2)
*Neil Young
*Lenny Kravitz
*The Black Crowes
*Sarah McLauchlan(2)
*Sheryl Crow
*Lynyrd Skynyrd
*The Beach Boys
*Chicago
*Cowboy Junkies
*PJ Harvey
*Garbage(3)
*Stereophonics(2)
*Peter Frampton (lol)
*The Dixie Chicks
*Le Tigre
*The Butchies
*Weezer
*Flickerstick
*The Need
*Bratmobile
*Lilith Fair(2)
*John Mellencamp(2)
*Chuck Berry
*Aretha Franklin
*Allman Brothers Band

Damn, I keep remembering shows I've forgotten about!

Oh, I was supposed to see Pearl Jam in 98, but it was at home and it was my first day of college, 3 hours away from home. My brother took 2 of my friends instead...
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Old 02-13-2002, 07:42 PM   #25
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Good job Lady Lemon.

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Mine are-

Pink Floyd
The Cars
Fleetwood Mac
Bad Company
The Eagles
The Clash
Tom Petty
The Cure
Led Zepplin
Springsteen
Van Halen
Kiss
Rolling Stones
Aha
Peter Gabriel

Sting-(Stunk)
The Cramps
Bob Dylan
The Grateful Dead
David Bowie

Thanks Diamond--I'm jealous of most of your list--wish I could have seen The Clash!!

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here is a partial list.

Del Rubio Triplets
Bradly Drawn Boy
Elvis Presley
Jesus and the Mary Chain
Soul Coughing
Dave Brubeck Five
Pixies
Tom Jones
They Might Be Giants
Lounge Lizzards
The Kinks
Radiohead
Muddy Waters


Next, Iím seeing Wilco.

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Guns n' Roses (first concert, when i was 14. changed my life!)
I was supposed to see these guys 3 different times and everytime the show got cancelled for sore throats, etc... after the third time I kind of went of them. I still like a lot of their music but they dont give shit about their fans it seems.

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Warrant is NOT a musical act.

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Dont kill me for some of those.. lol.

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