100 BANDS YOU DONE SAW N’ SH*T… (thanks Skippy!)

100 BANDS YOU DONE SAW N’ SH*T… (from fb, thanks Skippy!)

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My friend Skippy posted his list and these rules in his “notes” on facebook in 2009.

“OK, here are the rules. Test your memory and your love of live music by listing 50 artists or bands (or as many as you can remember) you’ve seen in concert. List the first 50 acts that come into your head. An act you saw at a festival and opening acts count, but only if you can’t think of 50 other artists. Oh, and list the first concert you ever saw (you can remember that, can’t you)? *So far I can’t remember a lot of stuff… so I’ll keep this list going.

Should you choose this challenge, here’s what you do: Copy my note. Click on “notes” under tabs on your profile page. Select “write a new note” in the top corner. Paste the copy in the body of the note. Make your list. Change the number at the top, and add your title. Once you’ve saved, don’t forget to tag friends (including me) on the right.”

Here’s mine:

Grateful Dead ticket stubs (copyright 2010 JoshWillTravel)

Grateful Dead ticket stubs (copyright 2010 JoshWillTravel)

 

1. Grateful Dead (many times)
2. Rolling Stones
3. The Who
4. Jethro Tull
5. Yes
6. Guns N Roses
7. Metallica
8. Red Hot Chili Peppers
9. Pearl Jam
10. Nirvana
11. Fleetwood Mac (first real concert)
12. The Tubes
13. Zappa (and the Mothers of Invention)
14. Oingo Boingo
15. Neil Young & Crazy Horse
16. The Band
17. Crosby, Still, Nash & Young
18. Jerry Garcia Band
19. Camper Van Beethoven
20. David Lindley & El Rayo X
21. Bruce Springsteen & the Seeger Sessions Band
22. Queen
23. The Cranberries
24. The Blasters
25. The Blind Boys of Alabama
26. Jefferson Starship
27. Foreigner
28. Foghat
29. Richie Blackmore’s Rainbow
30. Jim Belushi & the Sacred Heart Band
31. Wyclef Jean
32. Steelpulse
33. Sly & Robbie (with the Taxi Gang, Eek-A-Mouse & Yellowman)
34. Alice Cooper
35. Ringo Starr & the All Star Band
36. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
37. J.Geils Band
38. George Thorogood & the Delaware Destroyers
39. Prince & the Revolution
40. Destiny’s Child
41. Jane’s Addiction
42. Black Crowes
43. Allison Krauss & Robert Plant
44. The Gipsy Kings
45. Linda Ronstadt
46. Arlo Guthrie
47. Bill Brozman & John Lee Hooker
48. The Clash
49. Steve Winwood & Eric Clapton
50. The A.R.M.S. Benefit (Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, etc.)
51. Jimmy Cliff
52. Neil Young & the Bluenotes
53. Lollapalooza(s) – Jane’s Addiction, Red Hot Chili Peppers, etc.
54. KROQ Weenie Roast(s) – Living Colour, Ministry, Sublime, Offspring, etc.
55. KROQ Acoustic Christmas(es) – Suzanne Vega, Duran Duran, Soul Asylum, etc.
56. They Might Be Giants
57. The Three Tenors
58. Pink Floyd
59. Roger Waters
60. Vaud & the Villians
61. Stone Temple Pilots
62. Los Angeles Philharmonic (Hollywood Bowl & Disney Hall)
63. Reggae Sunsplash ‘84 (Mutabaruka, Black Uhuru, Burning Spear, etc.)
64. POWER 106FM Powerfest (Eminem, Snoop Dogg, etc)
65. The Congregation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJh…
66. Naked To The World
67. The Sea Monkeys
68. Counting Crows
69. Styx
70. America
71. Berlin
72. G3 Guitar Festival (Eric Johnson, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, etc.)
73. Aerosmith
74. A Tribute to Ray Charles
75. The Simpsons Take the Hollywood Bowl
76. Green Day
77. Blues Traveler
78. Melissa Etheridge
79. The Police
80. Genesis
81. The Dead (with Warren Haynes)
82. The Cure
83. The White Stripes
84. David Byrne
85. Beatlemania
86. Bob Dylan
87. Dylan & the Dead
88. Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble (with Jeff Beck & Terry Bozzio)
89. U2
90. Echo and the Bunnymen
91. Jersey Boys
92. The Brass Band
93. The Bobs
94. The Neville Brothers
95. Spin Doctors
96. Bryan Adams
97. The Chieftains (with Roger Daltrey)
98. James Taylor
99. Siouxsie & the Banshees
100. The Moody Blues
101. Bananarama
102. Tina Turner
103. Brian Setzer Orchestra
104. Limpopo
105. Alice in Chains

I know there’s more and probably a bunch I don’t remember too.
Here are some more old ticket stubs:

CLICK ON ANY SMALL PIC TO SEE A LARGER PIC AND VIEW THE GALLERY
AND THEN CLICK AGAIN TO VIEW THE PIC AT FULL SIZE!

Here’s a BLOG about my first concert in 1967, I was just a baby. I also went to a few more concerts when I was growing up. READ THE BLOG> http://wp.me/p3dhVM-1Sc

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

Happy New Year! Balloon Drop San Francisco Civic Auditorium 1983

Happy New Year 1985! Balloon Drop – San Francisco Civic Auditorium 12-31-84

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