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18 August 2017
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In concert I have seen Fall Out Boy, Twenty One Pilots and the Stone Roses. The Roses were easily the best. 

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QuarryMan said
In concert I have seen Fall Out Boy, Twenty One Pilots and the Stone Roses. The Roses were easily the best.   

Where abouts did you see The Stone Roses? Wouldn't mind seeing them if I ever get a chance. 

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Paul McCartney - 2010, 2011, 2013, 2016, 2017

Ringo Starr - 7 July 2012 (I had tickets to see him again in 2014, but my mom shipped me to Europe for a couple weeks so I had to miss it)

Billy Joel - 2015

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Flyingbrians said

Where abouts did you see The Stone Roses? Wouldn't mind seeing them if I ever get a chance.   

Saw em at a secret gig since my friends father knows Ian Brown, but not at liberty to disclose the location. They've split up now anyways I think. 

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There's way too many to mention but here is a list of concerts that come to mind:

Foo Fighters

The Cure

Weezer

Deftones

Guns "N" Roses

Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band

AC/DC

Motley Crue

Alice Cooper

Ace Frehley 

Kiss

Incubus 

Iron Maiden

Queens of the Stone Age

Nine Inch Nails

Green Day 

Blink-182

Metallica

Slayer

The Monkees (Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork)

Jimmy Eat World

Velvet Revolver 

The Who 

Primus 

Faith No More

Beastie Boys 

Cheap Trick 

Billy Idol 

Aerosmith 

Enter Shikari 

Slipknot

Stone Sour

System of a Down 

Limp Bizkit

Marilyn Manson 

Fear Factory

Descendents 

Devo 

The White Stripes 

Jack White

Smashing Pumpkins 

Upcoming Concerts:

Everclear 

Paul McCartney 

Ed Sheeran 

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You are so lucky! 

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My first concert was a group named Paul Revere and the Raiders. My aunt got tickets for my 13th birthday and drove me along with my 2 cousins. The Raiders were known for wearing full American Revolutionary War costumes. Here they are:

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The lead singer Mark Lindsay was a tall American Indian who had a ponytail which was pretty exotic for the fall of 1966. The group was really good at building up the rock and roll energy. In particular I remember the last few songs. The second to last song was called Hungry. The song breaks into an instrumental solo and the guitarist and the bass player did that move where they are swinging back and forth playing in unison (I think it’s called lockstep). Then all of a sudden Mark grabs his mike stand and jumps between them. He’s singing at the top of his lungs about how hungry he is for his lady and then lets out a blood curdling yell “I can almost t-t-t-t-t-t-t-taste it”. That was it, everyone was on their feet in full-on mania, teenagers jumping up and down on their seats, waving their arms and screaming. They finished that song and before people could get back to their seats went into their current hit record Kicks. The intro is a great guitar lead that they extended 2 or 3 times past the length on the record. The performance, the volume (LOUD) and the pandemonium were overwhelming and to this day I still get a little rush every time I hear that song. For the encore they did a song called Louie, Louie that many groups were playing in the 60s. Someone had the bright idea of handing out free samples of a new product called Carnation Instant Breakfast at the door. It was a chocolate powder that you added to milk. The Raiders started messing around trying to dump the powder on each other. So of course the audience joined in as well. Brown powder was raining down in a cloud from the balcony and everyone’s hair and clothes were covered in it. It was really out of hand. I remember thinking I can’t wait to do this again.

It’s funny to think about this event because very soon after the rock concert experience totally changed. Just a few months later if someone started screaming and shaking at a concert people would assume they were having a bad trip.beatlemaniacs_02_gif

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That's an awesome story @sigh butterfly !a-hard-days-night-george-9

I also have a story to share about the first rock concert I have ever been to: it was the opening concert of the Rolling Stones' No Filter tour in Hamburg yesterday.

All in all, it was magical! Without exaggerating, I can say that it has been the best day of my life and I won't stop smiling for at least three weeks now!beatlemaniacs_02_gif

Simply everything was perfect: the atmosphere was magnificent (I will never forget 84 000 people singing 'you can't always get what you want' when seemingly all I had ever wanted was happening at this very moment. What a spine-tingling moment!) And the Stones themselves were in an amazing mood too, Mick Jagger, for instance, danced and walked up and down the stage all the two and a half (!) hours (it felt like 45 minutes), he cracked jokes (also in German), made a Beatles reference, encouraged the audience to sing along and clap their hands, and stroke Ron's head in passing. Just every little thing he did showed the fun he had playing and the joy, it was infectious! Charlie Watts and Keith Richards didn't move very much (what a great surprise in the former's case, eh? He sat at his drumkit like a gentleman) but they continuously smiled while they were playing, as if they were in their own sphere. It really warmed my heart for some reason.

That was the set list, by the way, there were some nice surprises like Play With Fire and Dancing With Mr D and of course the obligatory classics which rocked hard as ever! One of my favourites was Miss You though, I put a video of it in spoilers, the bass and sax solo are stunning!

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Not once does the diversity seem forced -- the genius of the record is how the vaudevillian "When I'm 64" seems like a logical extension of "Within You Without You" and how it provides a gateway to the chiming guitars of "Lovely Rita. - Stephen T. Erlewine on Sgt Pepper's

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Wow, thanks for the cool review @Martha apple01. What an awesome first concert! I love the set-list, there is even a song on there that I would bet only Necko & Ron N. are familiar with. I just love those kind of surprises at concerts. I may behind the times but I have never read a Stones set-list in which Sympathy was the opening number. You need to come out with a lot of energy to start there beatlemaniacs_02_gif. As you said they all look really happy and genuinely enjoying themselves and your audience. That's going to be a hard concert to top paul-mccartney.

 

Your recollection of You Can't Always Get What You Want brought back a high school memory. I was in the audiovisual dept. and one of my responsibilities was to play music during lunch and such. During an all school sports rally in the gym I thought it would be cool to play music in the quad as students we're leaving. I went to the little broadcast room and cued up YCAGWYW. I heard a big cheer and rumbling noise and thought the rally was over so I started the song. I walked outside to check things out and ooops, the event was still going on and the principal was speaking. It didn't seem right to stop the song so I sat on a bench and waited. Just as Mick got to "but if you try sometimes, you get what you need!!!!" and the Stones started rocking out, the two big gym doors swung open and 3000 kids burst into the quad as if on cue.  I recall it was like watching a scene from a movie.

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Saw my first concert in the last 4 years yesterday! The Bruce Dean Quartet, a decent commercial jazz combo, did a nice little outdoor set in the park. Nothing earthshaking but as good jazz as I'm likely to hear in this midsized Ontario city, 200km away from the Toronto area where I lived from 1989 until last month.

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Silly Girl quoted me as saying 
   I've been to exactly one ahdn_paul_01 and that was George Winston in December 2011. T'was brilliant. beatlemaniacs_02_gif  
Make that exactly two, as I went to see him again on the 21st of March [2017]. 'Twas brillianter! ahdn_george_08  

 Make that three: Roger Waters - Boston, Massachusetts, 28 September 2017 beatlemaniacs_02_gif 

Here Be Spoilers and Ravin'+Droolin' 

My first Rock Show this was, and I couldn't have hoped for anything more. The volume! The lights! The 'Battersea Power Station' that rose out of the middle of the arena! The sheer feeling of several thousand people, including me, singing 'ALL IN ALL, IT'S JUST A NOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL' I've never even liked that song, but dayum, it was epic! And at the end of 'Eclipse', the grande finale, a giant gleaming pyramid of lasers appeared in the middle of the venue and coloured lights swept out from its peak over the audience and THAT, friends, was BRILLIANTE. And such a surprise. 

The set list (I remembered it for the most part, but got some help from setlist.fm): 

- Set I

Speak To Me/Breathe (with the backing vocalists singing, Roger playing bass, and me going OMFG IT'S ROGER FRIKKIN WATERS IN THE FLESH DOWN THERE' beatlemaniacs_02_gif
'One Of These Days' (did NOT expect this in the slightest) 
'Time/Breathe Reprise/The Great Gig In The Sky' (the backing vocalists did an AMAZING duet on the last) 
'Welcome To The Machine' 
The site says 'When We Were Young' was played, but I totally don't remember it. Hm. 
'Deja Vu' (I distinctly remember this one, as I enjoyed it quite a lot) 
'The Last Refugee' (ditto -- I've heard both songs at least once, as I listened to the album in part, but I enjoyed them much more live.) 
'Picture That' 
'Wish You Were Here' (As this is an audience sing-along staple, I felt it was my bounden duty to sing along. I did, me and a thousand Bostonians. It was awesome and then some.)
'The Happiest Days Of Our Lives/Another Brick In The Wall (parts II and III)' (NOw THis Was EPIC -- he had some kids down there too, local guests, who did this theatrical bit, that made it extra-fab) 

-Intermission- 

- Set II

Opening remarks -- very cool 
'Dogs' (HELL YEAH) 
'Pigs (Three Different Ones)' (F*** Trump, apparently -- but hey, who cares when ROGER'S DOWN THERE PLAYIN' THAT SMEGGIN' BASS INTRO YEAHHHH) 
'Money/Us And Them' (YEah.) 
'Smell The Roses' (What was I saying about Trump again?) 
'Brain Damage/Eclipse' (See notes above on epic pyramid and general insanely satisfying finaleness) 

- Encore 

We cheered so much we made ol' Waters tear up a little. a-hard-days-night-paul-10 I admit I was feelin' the love pretty hard myself, when I realised that, although I couldn't have actually teared up if I'd tried (and I did ahdn_george_06). *sigh* I've always wanted to cry at a rock concert... ah well, I s'pose My Time Is Gonna Come. a-hard-days-night-paul-7 
'Mother' (supposedly this is an unusual choice. I enjoyed it immensely -- I had rather hoped to see/hear it particularly) 
'Comfortably Numb' (Enough said.) 

And then that was that... I was high on ROCKSHOW for about three hours afterward. (Ignore the smell of pot wafting my way, it was the music, I swear! a-hard-days-night-george-4 Seriously though, bloody eejits, think that 'cause they're at a Floyd show they gotta get high to enjoy it when they could not smoke and just get high. I didn't appreciate it in the slightest, all that smoke in my face. Fer feck's sake! a-hard-days-night-ringo-15

I saw two Abbey Road shirts, a Led Zepp shirt, Pearl Jam, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and about a thousand Pink Floyd shirts of various makes -- mostly DSOTM ones, ergh -- but not a single pig shirt like mine and dad's (a la David Gilmour's). a-hard-days-night-john-1

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All in all it's just a nother brick in the wall* it was a ONCE IN A LIFETIME experiencE! beatlemaniacs_02_gif 

 

*I'm sorry. 

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Silly Girl said

 Make that three: Roger Waters - Boston, Massachusetts, 28 September 2017 beatlemaniacs_02_gif 

 

I saw TV ad for the upcoming RW Toronto concert just last night and thought of you, SG!

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Well written summary @Silly Girl! It made me all the more envious of you while reading it. That setlist is absolutely killer. 

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Wow, your description sounds fantastic!a-hard-days-night-john-6 I'm getting elated from only reading what you've written, which is either a sign that you can write very well or that the concert was so magical that it makes people happy when they only hear someone reporting about it.

I can totally relate to everything you've written, to the 'being high without drugs' bit and also to not being able to cry because one is full to the brim with rapture. Have fun with being in heaven for the following weeks!a-hard-days-night-george-10

By the way, I've just found out that Roger Waters is going to play in Hamburg next year in May... beatlemaniacs_02_gif 

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@Martha said
Wow, your description sounds fantastic!a-hard-days-night-john-6 I'm getting elated from only reading what you've written, which is either a sign that you can write very well or that the concert was so magical that it makes people happy when they only hear someone reporting about it.

Ahhh thanks! a-hard-days-night-george-9 I think it was the latter. 

I can totally relate to everything you've written, to the 'being high without drugs' bit and also to not being able to cry because one is full to the brim with rapture. Have fun with being in heaven for the following weeks!a-hard-days-night-george-10

Well, for me, it's mostly because I almost never cry, anyway. Even if I want to. ahdn_paul_01 It's very satisfying when I find a song that gives me a good cry, like Steven Wilson's 'The Raven That Refused To Sing'. a-hard-days-night-paul-10

I still get stomach butterflies remembering the concert! a-hard-days-night-john-6

By the way, I've just found out that Roger Waters is going to play in Hamburg next year in May... beatlemaniacs_02_gif 

Get Tickets Now. a-hard-days-night-paul-5

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Well written summary SG! It made me all the more envious of you while reading it. That setlist is absolutely killer.   

Thanks! It was extremely awesome. I must confess that I'm rather enjoying being the lucky one making other people envious, for once, after having spent so much time on the other side a-hard-days-night-george-10 

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I was trying to find a 'Concerts you have been to "recently"' thread which apparently doesn't exist or, I'm blind as a bat, but anyway...  I wanted to share the experience of what was undoubtedly THE Single Greatest Concert Experience for me personally earlier this year, and I've seen quite a few over the years...  I would list them here but they are, literally, too numerous to mention (a list that would be incomplete for I'd be saying to myself afterward: "Oh Yeah, I forgot about that one!")...  I'll mention one other that sticks out for this is The Beatles Bible, after all...  I did see Ringo during his inaugural 'All-Starr Band' tour back in 1989 at the PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, B.C. which truly was a stand out, if not because it was the only time that I'd seen a real live Beatle in the flesh (not to mention the other legends, some of which are no longer with us) and the music was nothing short of fantastic...

When it comes to gauging a band's "greatness", it goes without saying that The Beatles are THE benchmark...  and, for me personally, there really is only one other who even belongs in the same conversation...  and it's not The Rolling Stones...  but a group of four Irish lads whose makeup is not "interchangeable" such as The Stones' lineup has become over the years...

I've seen U2 now a total of four times...  all of which were at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver and that's including during their original 'Joshua Tree Tour' back in 1987...  so, when I first heard on the radio (yes, some of us STILL prefer to dial in) that U2 was to open their 2017 30th Anniversary Tour of the 'Joshua Tree's release in Vancouver, I immediately telephoned a special someone (who hadn't yet seen them live yet) and said "we gotta go"...

So, why was this show so special?  Well...  Just as the band had stated in interviews since, the "message" behind the tapestries that blew away anything on the radio back in 1987 are now more relevant than ever...  The album itself, which had quite an influence on myself and countless others back then, now meant something even more than it did back then...  The time had come for "all the colours to bleed into one"...  and on this night, May 12th 2017, that process I feel had truly begun...

Where do I start?  I love it when a band does something that you don't expect...  Instead of doing the predictable opening with the haunting cathedral intro to 'Where The Streets Have No Name' or, a "grand entrance", we found the group's drummer (who'd started the band) casually strolling out to a smaller "B-Stage" under a lone spotlight to the tune of The Pogues' 'Rainy Night in SOHO' before taking the throne and kick starting the proceedings with 'Sunday Bloody Sunday'...  It's rare nowadays when "the music speaks for itself" and the opening line of "I can't believe the news today" resonated well beyond the confines of the stadium crowd echoing the political climate of the times and setting the thunderous tone of this fine May's Even in one of The Most Beautiful Cities in The World...

Perhaps I should just do just that...  Let The Music Speak For Itself...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PvxOID5n0g

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YES!!!! @Silly Girl DESCRIBED IT PERFECTLY!!! beatlemaniacs_02_gifheartbeatlemaniacs_02_gifbeatlemaniacs_02_gifbeatlemaniacs_02_gifheart

The sound, the effects, the floating pig and that big ball/marble thing!!!! Heck, I could go on, but SG already took most of the words right out of my mouth!!

Roger was talking before he played Mother, about how awesome it would be if all the love in the arena could be spread all over the world.

To quote the man himself: "Wouldn't that be fuckin' amazing!"

I was so happy and taken with emotion from the entire scope of the concert; I must admit that I shed a few tears. I also made heart symbols and blew him some kisses. I sure hope he recieved them. heartheartheartheartheartheartheartheartheartheart

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