Great Bands You Only Got to See Once Before They Broke Up.

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The Gits. Such a great band, wish I had gotten into them earlier. RIP Mia
Gruntruck. RIP Ben
My Sister’s Machine
Mother Lovebone (Malfunkshun when I saw them) RIP Andy
Green River
Love Battery
Mudhoney
Screaming Trees
Eleven. RIP Natasha
 

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In no particular order:

Steppenwolf
Dire Straits
Sly & the Family Stone
Mothers of Invention
SRV & Double Trouble
Jethro Tull
Genesis (with Gabriel on vox)

Probably a bunch of others...hard to remember some of those days back when.

Tell ya who I never got to see (damn it all!)

Zep
Who
Cream
Hendrix
Original Stones
 

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Im with poncho on sly and the family stone would be what id want to have seen the most. With sly flying straight of course. When i met larry graham i lost my shit and ive met hundreds of famous people. He was a big deal to me.


I got to see a great band several times before they broke up called groundscore and i wish i would have found their music much earlier
 

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The Four Horsemen.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1heJ85PJ7gI]The Four Horsemen - Lookin' For Trouble - YouTube[/ame]
 

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and the Four Horsemen. (you guys are jogging my memory.


Mudhoney
Zodiac Mindwarp
 

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J. Geils
Jethro Tull
Joseph Cotton Blues Band

And as much as I hate to admit this on a guitar forum, I think the best concert I've ever seen was.................... Three Dog Night (back in the day, '73 I think).
 

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Must've been 88 or probably 89

My memory fails me. They were touring on the EP

It was some local band?MLB and Dogs D'Amour who were awesome.

Wood died before the album (Apple came out) I was at a Cult show (in Toledo) the day wood died. Astbury announced it from the stage.

I saw MLB at this rock bar in Toledo on one of there Mon night Rock nights for $1.04.

WE played there a few years later with Alice in Chains.
 

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Must've been 88 or probably 89

My memory fails me. They were touring on the EP

It was some local band?MLB and Dogs D'Amour who were awesome.

Wood died before the album (Apple came out) I was at a Cult show (in Toledo) the day wood died. Astbury announced it from the stage.

I saw MLB at this rock bar in Toledo on one of there Mon night Rock nights for $1.04.

WE played there a few years later with Alice in Chains.

Nice.. I have some sweet Love Bone footage. Never got into them until a few yrs after Andy Died.

Love it. Must of been sick. :wave:
 

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Guns N Roses
Pantera
White Zombie
Candlebox
Living Colour
Metal Church
Scorpions
Sepultura
White Stripes
Saigon Kick
Biohazard
 

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Van Halen in 1978, never saw them through the Hagar years. The new Van Halen I do not wish to see, I would prefer to live in a World with their albums up to 1984
 

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The Fabulous T-birds with Jimmie Vaughan. For free even![ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPNifLxDSnI]The Fabulous Thunderbirds - She's tuff - YouTube[/ame]
 

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back in the day, I saw the Grass Roots, Kenny Rogers and the First Edition, Friends of Distinction, Dennis Yost and the Classics IV, John Fred and his Playboy Band, and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown.

on a side note, opening for the Classics IV was Rick Nelson and the Stone Canyon Band that night. this was in February 1971. a few months later, I met Dennis Yost at a gig in Agusta, Georgia. the following week, I met John Fred. some years later(late 70s/early 80s), I met Gatemouth Brown.
 




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