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post Mar 18 2008, 11:57 AM
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Too many to name them all but some of the best performances include:

Smashing Pumpkins
Pulp
Jarvis (solo)
Radiohead
Nine Inch Nails
Eels
Biffy Clyro
Bjork
Iron Maiden
Led Zeppelin
Marilyn Manson
Amen
Tool
Deftones
System Of A Down
Blur
Muse
The Cooper Temple Clause
Rage Against The Machine
The Pixies
Metallica
Faithless
Suede
Massive Attack
The Polyphonic Spree
Arab Strap
British Sea Power
Hell Is For Heroes
Vex Red
Manic Street Preachers
Mercury Rev
Zwan
Billy Corgan (solo)
One Minute Silence
Arch Enemy
Cradle Of Filth
Slipknot
Prodigy
The Darkness
Audioslave
Sigur Ros

Seeing Buddy Guy, Portishead and The Flaming Lips later this year biggrin.gif
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post Mar 18 2008, 08:04 PM
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QUOTE (Fsgdjv @ Mar 18 2008, 05:29 AM) *
I should add Opeth, Katatonia and Comus to my list.. happy.gif


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post Mar 20 2008, 07:47 PM
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Oh man, where to start... I guess it would make sense to start with the most impressive performers!

Arch Enemy (3 times.. if you EVER get a chance to see this band DO IT. Their performances are always perfection as far as guitar goes, and their live sound is so clear and perfect, unlike some other bands on the list)
Opeth (twice until next month... when you see these guys, you get a great metal show as well as some stand up comedy and trivia... they really are a complete package, lol)
Chimaira (twice, these guys are my boys, represent!)
Children of Bodom (they're just pure energy!)
Devildriver (twice)
Rammstein
Nile
Behemoth
Dimmu Borgir (are incredible, but need to fire their sound guys)
Megadeth
Crossbreed
Dark Tranquility
Machine Head
Strapping Young Lad/Devin Townsend Band
Lamb of God
God Forbid
Ozzy
Through the Eyes of the Dead
Godhead
Static-X
Lordi (lol, BAD)

There's been others, of course, but if I can't remember them, they must not be that great.

And the band that I want to see live more than any other band is... Spiritual Beggars... or maybe Carcass! Here's hoping they tour north america sometime... together!

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post Mar 20 2008, 08:14 PM
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QUOTE (steiner666 @ Mar 20 2008, 10:47 AM) *
Oh man, where to start... I guess it would make sense to start with the most impressive performers!

Arch Enemy (3 times.. if you EVER get a chance to see this band DO IT. Their performances are always perfection as far as guitar goes, and their live sound is so clear and perfect, unlike some other bands on the list)
Opeth (twice until next month... when you see these guys, you get a great metal show as well as some stand up comedy and trivia... they really are a complete package, lol)


+ 999,999,999,999

Both bands are FANTASTIC live!! cool.gif
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post Mar 20 2008, 08:47 PM
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Metallica (twice)
Corrosion of Conformity
Journey (twice)
Def Leppard (twice)
Powerman 5000
Korn (twice, never intentionally)
Kid Rock (three times, not intentionally, festivals)
DragonForce (twice)
Between the Buried and Me
Lacuna Coil (boring)
Chamaira (I didn't like them tongue.gif)
He Is Legend
Avenged Sevenfold
Killswitch Engage
Black Tide
The Confession
Nine Inch Nails
Queens of the Stone Age (boring, don't hate me tongue.gif)
Foo Fighters
The Offspring
Cake
Outkast
Clint Black (several times, my cousin used to be his studio/touring keyboardist until he dissolved his band recently)
Godsmack
The Strokes
Linkin Park
Snoop Dogg
Less than Jake
The Dropkick Murphys
Pennywise
The Cranberries (METAL OUT YO *** lol)
The Driveby Truckers
Drivin and Cryin
Dave Matthews Band
Operator (why are these guys famous, although they did play "Walk")
Blind Guardian
Leaves Eyes
The Strokes
2 Live Crew
Afroman
Tom Petty
The Black Crowes
Reel Big Fish (twice)
OAR
David Alan Coe (he's lousy these days, FYI Plays a Dean ML Rebel though, which is funny)
Dispatch
JaeKwon

Scores and Scores of lousy cover/bar bands tongue.gif


After April and May I'll be able to add:
Megadeth
Children of Bodom
In Flames
Job for a Cowboy
High on Fire
Symphony X
Opeth
Dream Theater
Between the Buried and Me (again)
Powerglove


There used to be a big festival here in town each summer for 3 days that would have all sorts of bands and it ALWAYS coincided with then last weekend of the spring semester for college, so we would sell our books back and then buy tickets/booze for the weekend, which is how I got to see a LOT of these ridiculous bands. When nothing was going on I would go make highschool football players who thought they were hot stuff feel inadequate in the mosh pit of the "rock" stage, and you can apparently really upset Strokes fans by moshing during their show, we had one thick rimmed glasses wearer almost in tears because the "Strokes hate mosh pits". There are lots more bands than that, but I can't think of them. I wish it were a quality vs. quantity scenario but clearly that is not the case LOL.


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post Apr 18 2008, 07:02 AM
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The Eagles of Death Metal
Richard Ashcroft (solo)
Coldplay
Limp Bizkit
Tape
Showaddywaddy
The Sweet


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post Apr 18 2008, 04:33 PM
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i saw journey with augeri and Van halen.

van halen was my favorite


QUOTE (Bogdan @ Dec 8 2007, 07:35 PM) *
What bands did you see live ??

From the big shots I saw : Iron Maiden twice , Metallica , Deep Purple , Whitesnake, Joe Satriani, Red Hot Chili Peppers,Stanley Clark ... Thats it wink.gif I hope more famous bands come to play in our country in the future.. wink.gif
I missed these concerts and I really regret that : Rolling Stones , Steve Vai ...

Thats what I can remember for now wink.gif

Tell us what bands did YOU see in action .. wink.gif

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post Apr 18 2008, 11:02 PM
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QUOTE (FretDancer69 @ Dec 8 2007, 09:05 PM) *
ive never been to a concert sad.gif



dont worry about it, you have time untill you die or rock dies!
see u soon on the "arena"

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[quote name='steiner666' date='Mar 20 2008, 03:47 PM' post='161922']
Oh man, where to start... I guess it would make sense to start with the most impressive performers!

Arch Enemy (3 times.. if you EVER get a chance to see this band DO IT. Their performances are always perfection as far as guitar goes, and their live sound is so clear and perfect, unlike some other bands on the list)



I really want to see this band (one of my favourite)
their latest work: rise of the tyrant, is awesome laugh.gif


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post Apr 18 2008, 11:04 PM
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Just saw DOWN...


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post Nov 6 2010, 03:12 PM
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I had the chance to see Eric Clapton's Crossroads concert this year....just awesome! ZZ Top, Keith Richards, Jeff Beck, Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, John Mayer, and more. BB King couldn't stop talking to play.

I probably see Buddy Guy play at his bar several times a year. Last year I went one afternoon and just sat with him at the bar and picked his brain for a while...
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post Nov 6 2010, 03:16 PM
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I have seen

Sabaton
Hammerfall x2
Blind Guardian


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Too many to count, quite a few german bands most of you won't know, but the most famous bands I've seen so far were:
Blind Guardian
Kamelot
Green Day
Offspring
Bad Religion
Blink 182

A few concerts will follow within the next few weeks, gonna see Sum 41, Heaven shall burn and As I lay dying (not that these are super famous, but I'm still looking forward to it!)


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post Nov 6 2010, 06:50 PM
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The Letter Black
Red
Skillet
The Afters
Leeland
Sanctus Real
John Mark McMillian
Carlos Whittaker (couldn't find his website - but he's on facebook)
Jeremy Camp

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post Nov 6 2010, 07:40 PM
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Rammstein (what a show !!)
Joe Satriani / Michael Schenker / Uli Jon Roth as G3
Joe Satriani / Steve Vai / Robert Fripp also as G3
Iron Maiden x 3 (1 with Blaze, 2 with Bruce)
Megadeth x 2
Diamond Head (supporting Megadeth)
Judas Priest
Testament
Slayer x 2 (Ozzfest and supporting Maiden in 2000)
(Some of the bands at Ozzfest:)
Ozzy Osbourne
System of a Down
Tool
BLS
Cradle of Filth..

Sensational Alex Harvey Band (without Alex obviously)

Oops, forgot...... Yngwie Malmsteen as well !! (Sorry Yng)

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post Nov 7 2010, 03:07 PM
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Oh my,

Led Zeppelin
Thin Lizzy with Gorham and Robertson
Thin Lizzy with Gorham and Moore
Status Quo
Styx
Boston
Manfred Mann
Queen
Gary Moore
Queen whit Paul Rogers
The Rolling Stones
David Bowie
Rainbow
Ian Gillan Band
Robert Plant
ACDC
Rush
Black oak Arkansas
Paris
J Geils Band
UFO
Deep Purple
Hammerfall
Yngwie Malmsteen
Jay Graydon
Alien
Whitesnake
David Gilmour

and a lot of local bands. wink.gif
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