In this shot, Ukrainian ethnochaos group DakhaBrakha are performing a Russian song in the blues style. LOVE them!
The Black Crowes and ZZ Top. I surprised my nephew for his eighteenth birthday. That was well worth driving home in a blizzard.
This one at Fillmore West. 1969.
Louis Armstrong in the late 60's.
Thank You for that.I loved him and that song.
My very first-The Corrs in Cardiff although Australian Pink Floyd who I am shortly to see for the third year running come a very close second.
Can't pick one. Bob Seger, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Madonna were each great in their own way. The worst was Billy Squire. Horrendous.
I went to my 1st Bob Seger concert back in 1980 at the Boston Garden...where one of his songs from that concert(LET IT ROCK) was on his 2nd live album Nine Tonight...."do ya do ya like to rock BOSTON, do ya do ya like to roll BOSTON!!!!!"
John Groban's about two years ago.
Bad Company back in 1979 (paying $5 for a ticket) when I was 16 years old, being the 1st concert I went to.....the only 2 bands of MANY I've seen live since then who were comparable in greatness to that Bad Company's concert were AC/DC and Lynyrd Skynyrd(with Johnny Van Zant as LS lead singer when I 1st saw LS live in 1987 ).
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The Billy Talent show I went to in 2012, for the unfortunate reason of having the worst public panic attack I've ever had. There have been better, more amazing experiences, but this just sticks out painfully.