Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young (Sorry, can't recall exact year, maybe '69 or '70)
my first was THREE DAYS GRACE!!!! wow they rock so awesome in concert, they sound better live than on Cd, it was a great concert, I love how they really love their fans, they do a lot of cool stuff for their fans during the concert...then after they went to one of our night clubs, and got to meet the band, awesome group they are!!!!
Red Hot Chili Peppers 2011 SECC
The Beach Boys. They used to perform a 4th of July show in Washington DC and my mom would take me every year.
Jefferson Airplane 1968 at the New Orleans Opera house.
D'Oyly Carte Opera Company London just before they disappeared.
Gary Wright opening for Boston. New Haven Collisium (CT) 1973??
Elvis, but he's not a group...so I guess it'll be the Statler Brothers!
The Beetles in the late sixties.
ringo starr and the all starr band. 1990
America in 1971
James Brown circa 1968<br />
Most fun ever watching mothers mine included screaming their heads off
Motley Crue opening for Ozzy Ozbourne in 1984.
Dave Clark Five
I think it was Slade with Alex Harvey as warm up group. Slade were a group from my area. So it was also a special concert for them because they were in their own area. It must have been in the early 70's I think Skweez me pleez me was their latest record at the time.
Small theatre: Willie Nelson/Merle haggard/Waylon Jennings followed by Johnny cash, Eddie rabbitt and many more ad I lived in Branson Missouri for four years, also met them all and got autographs.<br />
Arena bad company/Ted nugent
Paul McCartny and Wings in Chicago around 1974
Van Halen, by accident. While they were unpopular enough to play a free show behind the midway at the state fair where I had intended to go to be sneaky and toke up.