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Shows I've Seen

John Cougar
Quiet Riot
Tina Turner
Huey Lewis and the News
The Scorpions
The DBs
R.E.M.
Violent Femmes
They Might Be Giants
The Dead Milkmen
The Grateful Dead (12 times)
The Rolling Stones
Nirvana
Dinosaur Jr.
Jane's Addiction
Phish
The Melvins
The Reverend Horton Heat
Hole
Sonic Youth
Beck
Cypress Hill
Coolio
The Jesus Lizard
Doo Rag
Indigo Girls
Ani DiFranco (3 times)
Nickel Creek
The Blind Boys of Alabama
Prince
the Pixies w/ The Thrills
David Byrne
Old Crow Medicine Show
Gillian Welch
Calvin Johnson
Railroad Earth

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tylerpistol
Apr. 20th, 2005 02:32 am (UTC)
The Dead Milkmen, Violent Femmes and They Might Be Giants? I'm jealous!

I can't even remember half the shows I've seen.


createdestiny
Apr. 20th, 2005 02:40 am (UTC)
Dude, you must try to compile a list before your memories are completely lost!
posteverything
Apr. 20th, 2005 02:39 am (UTC)
They Might Be Giants was my very first concert, and probably the most fun I've ever had for the price of a ticket. :)
just_jenn
Apr. 20th, 2005 02:40 am (UTC)
oh sure. remind me of how much i suck. *wink*

I've been to only a small handful of shows. Embarrasingly small:

Whitney Houston
Kenny G
George Strait
The Judds
Lee Greenwood
The Rolling Stones
Metallica
Candlebox (twice)
Fight
L7

I'm thinking there might be one or two more, but it's late and my brain isn't processing.

And I am an avid music lover. AVID. I'd give just about anything to see Ani DiFranco. When we were living in Italy she played at a local bar and I missed it b/c I was with a newborn. Ho hum. Living there for 4 years didn't allow for many concert going opportunities and then we moved from there to West Texas BFE and once again, concerts do not come our way. Well, unless it's Los Lonely Boys (only b/c they're from here). Hmph. That's it. I'm making it goal to hit at least one concert this year, either in San Antonio or Austin. THAT'S IT!!!
createdestiny
Apr. 20th, 2005 03:35 am (UTC)
I'm sure you'll get plenty more chances to see Ani DiFranco. She tours quite a bit.

Where'd you see L7?
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thedeepgreensea
Apr. 20th, 2005 03:06 am (UTC)
you're so cool
Most people don't even know who the dB's are...
createdestiny
Apr. 20th, 2005 03:22 am (UTC)
Re: you're so cool
I am not cool, but the guy I was dating at the time was (and still is).
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joeyouknow
Apr. 20th, 2005 06:02 am (UTC)
cool list
Hey, not that I don't believe you, but, where/when did you see They Might Be Giants?
createdestiny
Apr. 20th, 2005 06:44 am (UTC)
Re: cool list
Bloomington, IN
1988
ygolonac
Apr. 20th, 2005 08:50 am (UTC)
Pssh. All those bands are sellouts (except for the Scorpions). I only see bands that less than 6 people (not including the band members or their immediate family) have ever heard of. That's the only way to stay on the cutting edge of coolness.

I'd tell you the names of some of them but then they would be ruined by their success.

Sorry.
matmat
Apr. 20th, 2005 03:33 pm (UTC)
Gosh...not in chronoligical order but by order in which I remember them:

The Rolling Stones
Pixies/ The Thrills
The Who
Spin Doctors
Simply Red (twice)
Tom Jones
Huey Lewis and The News
Tom Petty
U2
Roxy Music
Spice Girls (free ticket)
Aja Vu (local cover band of Steely Dan)
Watchtower
Middle-Life Crisis
Cake

In the next six weeks I will see:
Dogs Die In Hot Cars
Stereophonics
Snow Patrol
The Futureheads
createdestiny
Apr. 20th, 2005 07:39 pm (UTC)
I'm kind-or ashamed to admit this but I've never heard Roxy music. Their name pops up everywhere and I keep telling myself I need to check them out and see what's going on, but I never get around to it.
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createdestiny
Apr. 20th, 2005 07:38 pm (UTC)
Gladly!
dietcokehed
Apr. 21st, 2005 04:37 am (UTC)
Should Bug and I list ours? :)
createdestiny
Apr. 21st, 2005 02:12 pm (UTC)
YES!!!!!!!!!!
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lcurtis
Apr. 21st, 2005 11:53 am (UTC)
Shows I've seen: The Howdy Doody show, the Ed Sullivan Show, some chick showing her boobs to a side walk preacher at the Chicago Jazz Fest several years ago and one Grateful Dead show. There were several shows in the sixties but I don't remember what they were. I too know who the DBs are, the "Dubious Brothers".
dietcokehed
Apr. 21st, 2005 11:08 pm (UTC)
I just saw that you've seen Jane's twice...was this before the break up? Ya know, when they were still good? :)
derekfz
Apr. 23rd, 2005 04:49 pm (UTC)
pretty sweet list. here's all the bands i've seen (in chronological order, and i also have a more detailed version saved as a Word file!)

Mid Carson July and Puritan (plus other bands)

My Dad is Dead (with Licorice, Doug Gillard and Simoom)

The Queers (with BucK)

Cheap Trick

Mike Watt (Pair of Pliers tour)

Bad Brains

Joan Jett

The Honor Systen

Atom and His Package (with AM/FM, which is also the name of a trivia board game invented by the father of waxpumpkin)

a fake Minor Threat band, a fake Bad Brains band and a fake Nation of Ulysses band ("tribute" bands made up of member of Cleveland area groups like the Chargers Street Gang and Proletarian Art Threat)

Unwed Sailor

The Jack Schantz Unit (a large band doing a program of Zappa music at Cleveland's Tri-C Jazz Fest two years ago)

Drowning Poet (foopixie was the singer in this band)

Project/Object

Paint it Black / Strike Anywhere

Pedro the Lion / John Vanderslice

The Motorcycle Prom Dates (including lefthandblack) with several other bands including the Symptoms, FKS and Organz (both of whom are terrible)

Eek-A-Mouse (except for hanging out with idy, wish i'd stayed home)

Project/Object (second time)

The Low Budgets (free show with a bunch of crappy bands)

The Dead Fucking Milkmen

7 Seconds (with, i think, Voice in the Wire)

Project/Object (third time)
createdestiny
Apr. 24th, 2005 12:32 am (UTC)
Joan Jett!! Mike Watt?! I'm extremely jealous now.

And "The Dead Fucking Milkmen" is that for real? The fucking part, I mean.
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karmajones
Apr. 26th, 2005 12:41 pm (UTC)
You've forgotten the plethora of semi-talented locals in Ft.Wayne at Freiman Square on Sunday nights! Do you even remember the name of one of those bands?

Here's my short and pathetic list:

The Greatful Dead
KD Lang
REO Speedwagon
Elton John

I'm thinking of taking Bobby to see Elmopalooza if it ever gets around here again. Hee!
createdestiny
Apr. 26th, 2005 03:15 pm (UTC)
Ar fisrt I thought you were saying that The Grateful Dead, KD Lang and Elton John all played at Freiman Square.

I'm pretty sure REO Speedwagon did play at Frieman Square at some point.
ashevillain
Apr. 28th, 2005 03:42 am (UTC)
Your list makes my few concerts seem painfully small..

I would have killed to see the Grateful Dead live before Jerry died.

I've only seen Bob Dylan, Jason Mraz, Aerosmith, and Jewel...
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