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Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young (Sorry, can't recall exact year, maybe '69 or '70)

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Another Woodstock generation EPer!

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You betcha!

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Red Hot Chili Peppers 2011 SECC

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Poison, 1989ish

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The Beach Boys. They used to perform a 4th of July show in Washington DC and my mom would take me every year.

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Jefferson Airplane 1968 at the New Orleans Opera house.

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D'Oyly Carte Opera Company London just before they disappeared.

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Elvis, but he's not a group...so I guess it'll be the Statler Brothers!

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The Beetles in the late sixties.

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ringo starr and the all starr band. 1990

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America in 1971

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James Brown circa 1968<br />
Most fun ever watching mothers mine included screaming their heads off

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Motley Crue opening for Ozzy Ozbourne in 1984.

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U2 1997

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Dave Clark Five

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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.

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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 />
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Arena bad company/Ted nugent

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Paul McCartny and Wings in Chicago around 1974

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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.

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Ten Years After, Southampton, 1970.

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I always wanted to see them live! I missed a chance to see Alvin Lee in the 90's.

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I will, thanks

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Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs in the early 60's. I saw Santana, probably about the time you did.

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Cool! Yeah, it was right after the Woodstock album came out. They were one hot band!

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As I thought about it more, it was Santana in Louisville, KY in the summer of '71.

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