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    Bucket List Concerts.

    Mikes "Best Concert" thread got me thinking; who is left (and alive) that you must see before you pass on?

    My list.

    1- Sade
    2- Al, John, and Paco (together)
    3-Stevie Wonder
    4-George Michael (don't judge me!)
    5- Slayer (just one more time)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    Mikes "Best Concert" thread got me thinking; who is left (and alive) that you must see before you pass on?

    My list.
    4-George Michael (don't judge me!)
    Too late...

    1) Rodrigo y Gabriella
    2) Jack White
    3) Adele
    4) Tommy Emmanuel
    5) Buddy Guy - again and again and again
    6) Needtobreathe
    - Dane

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danerada View Post
    Too late...

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    1. Thrice.
    2. Jars of Clay
    3. Incubus
    4. David Crowder
    5. John Mayer
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    Robert Cray
    Jeff Beck (again)
    shhh....Celine Dion
    I'll steal Al, John, and Paco (together)

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    ACDC & Lenny Kravitz are the only 2 that I can think of. I have seen everyone else that I ever wanted to see.

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    John Mayer doing the trio thing
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    Neil Young & Crazy Horse....repeat as necessary
    The original Blue Oyster Cult 5
    Pink Floyd with Waters and Wright (oh, wait....)

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    David Gilmour (Either with a reformed Floyd or on his own)
    Mark Knopfler
    Eric Clapton
    Iron Maiden
    Slash

    Possibly more I'll never see because they've split or passed on.

    Gary Moore comes to mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veinbuster View Post
    shhh....Celine Dion
    Oh damn, that's right! I gotta update my list!

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    Just missed Neil Young

    1) Stephen Malkmus/Pavement
    2) Yo La Tengo
    3) Low
    4) Swans (missed many times)
    5) Fennesz
    6) Oren Ambarchi
    7) Dinosaur Jr
    8) Cluster (played in Baltimore....missed it)
    9) David Bowie
    10) Nick Cave

    List is probably 50 acts long. Fortunately, I have around 50 years left.

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    No particular order:

    Counting Crows
    Alterbridge
    Rolling Stones
    U2

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    Foo Fighters is my only one. Saw Rush and Van Halen in the past five years, they were my list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poffypoffa View Post
    Foo Fighters is my only one. Saw Rush and Van Halen in the past five years, they were my list.
    Foo Fighters! I knew there was one I forgot. Still want to see them so badly. Missed my chance last year, stayed in to study instead. BIG MISTAKE. I hear Dave & Co put on one helluva show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by james View Post
    Just missed Neil Young

    1) Stephen Malkmus/Pavement
    2) Yo La Tengo
    3) Low
    4) Swans (missed many times)
    5) Fennesz
    6) Oren Ambarchi
    7) Dinosaur Jr
    8) Cluster (played in Baltimore....missed it)
    9) David Bowie
    10) Nick Cave

    List is probably 50 acts long. Fortunately, I have around 50 years left.
    A-ha! david Bowie, definately on my list. Until then i'll console myself with the Reality Tour DVD.
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    It pains me that I've never seen Aerosmith or Cheap Trick live. While this not my usual genre, I've gotta see Bruno Mars (don't scoff until you check his band out. His opening of Runaway Baby at the Grammy's earlier this year was amazing! Check it out on YouTube).
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    Rolling Stones
    Fleetwood Mac

    Fleetwood Mac should be a reality come next April for me, but the Stones are up in the air.

    And 11top - Aerosmith with Cheap Trick opening was my very first concert! Nosebleeds section though. But still great. Sadly I don't remember all of it. I hope to see them again sometime.

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    I also got to see Cheap Trick way back in the 80's and they were incredible. So much fun.
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    Nearly pulled the trigger on some Mark Knopfler tickets for L'pool in May next year.

    Only one's left where the far back corner. Can't help but feel a Knopfler gig is too intimate to be that far back.

    I'll look again nearer to the date incase some tickets are returned.
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