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Old 03-08-2019, 12:27 PM   #1
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Question Best concert?

The David Gilmour thread got me to thinkin. What was your favorite concert that you have attended?


Mine - Led Zepplin 1977 in Houston at The Summit. Couldn't get tickets for the Dallas or Ft. Worth shows. The Texxas Jam's were great, but Zepplin was the best single concert.
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Old 03-08-2019, 12:33 PM   #2
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I saw Merle Haggard and Jamey Johnson in New Orleans right out front of the Super Dome in 2013(?). It was awesome. Merle was a helluva guitar player and showman. Miss that guy.
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Old 03-08-2019, 12:33 PM   #3
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The most memorable was my first Slayer show in 86 at Fair Park Colesium. They opened for WASP. LOL. The place was a madhouse, near riot conditions. The entire floor was a huge pit. Metal chairs at an early Slayer show? Bad idea. They had to stop twice due to chairs flying up on stage. The place was 2/3 empty during the headliner.

Hard to beat this current Slayer farewell tour with Lamb of God in support.


the 1978ish ELO show was awesome to a 9 year old. I was mesmerized by the giant spaceship.
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Cedar Rapids Iowa the band was DISPATCH back in 2016. Probably only like 100 people there total, 74 Degree weather no humidity. Best show I have ever seen by far!
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The David Gilmour thread got me to thinkin. What was your favorite concert that you have attended?


Mine - Led Zepplin 1977 in Houston at The Summit. Couldn't get tickets for the Dallas or Ft. Worth shows. The Texxas Jam's were great, but Zepplin was the best single concert.
I was there also and it was my favorite. if I remember correctly they played for 3hrs.
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Most memorable one for me was George Jones with Ray Charles in a small venue in Tyler. The one I most enjoyed was Cheap Trick with AcDc in Nacogdoches.
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Most memorable and by far best was Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble live @ Austin City Limits on the UT campus....believe it was ‘87-88?? He just shredded the joint!

A very distant 2nd place goes to U2 back in their heyday.
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Jason Boland, 2012 or so. Solo acoustic set at Main Street Crossing in Tomball. He played a Real Life Music radio show. Played and sang 'til the crowd had to go home. It was a Wednesday, I think we left at 12:30 for a show that started at 8:00 p.m. KJ
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It was an all day deal in Milwaukee, WI at the 85th Anniversary party for Harley Davidson. That was 1988, before the yuppies had found Harleys! Waylon, Charlie Daiels Band, BTO, and several others that I forget. I was 19 and that was my first bike trip. What an education that was!
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Saw George Jones and Conway Twitty together at the Rodeo.

When Motley Crue performed Girls, Girls, Girls "their stage help" was eye opening
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Most memorable and by far best was Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble live @ Austin City Limits on the UT campus....believe it was ‘87-88?? He just shredded the joint!

A very distant 2nd place goes to U2 back in their heyday.
Double Trouble played my oldest sisters senior prom.
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Saw George Jones and Conway Twitty together at the Rodeo.

When Motley Crue performed Girls, Girls, Girls "their stage help" was eye opening
Saw George and Conway here in Dallas at the Longhorn Ballroom.
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Old 03-08-2019, 01:01 PM   #12
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Simple for me. Pink Floyd, 1994 San Antonio


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Most memorable and by far best was Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble live @ Austin City Limits on the UT campus....believe it was ‘87-88?? He just shredded the joint!

A very distant 2nd place goes to U2 back in their heyday.
I was fortunate enough to see him just before he died. The Miller Lite Biggest Party in History at Fair Park, Dallas.
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Old 03-08-2019, 01:24 PM   #14
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I can't really pinpoint "the best" I ever went to but I will always recall the first big time concert I went to. Outdoor venue - a racetrack in my hometown of Tulsa in either 1974 or 1975. ZZ Top, (their Tres Hombres album had just come out) Leon Russell, JJ Cale, Peter Frampton and Blue Oyster Cult.
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Suicidal Tendencies at a small club in Norfolk VA. Circa 94 I believe.
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Suicidal Tendencies at a small club in Norfolk VA. Circa 94 I believe.
They opened for Slayer a few years ago at ACL Live which is in my opinion the perfect venue. Muir has still got it.
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Old Crow Medicine Show at the Hall of Fame in College Station. Them boys were coked out of their minds, taking breaks and running backstage about every 20 minutes it seemed like. But man, they absolutely rocked that ****.
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Old 03-08-2019, 01:38 PM   #18
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The Eagles played a four hour show at a private party I went to. Guy hosting the party said he paid them $1 million to play. It was awesome. Frankie Valli played before the Eagles started.
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ZZ Top Velcro Fly tour in late 80's and Great White/Whitesnake late 80's I think.

Best seats for a concert 3 row George Strait Tacoma Dome
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Eagles at Texas Stadium in 1994 followed closely by ZZ Top Eliminator Tour at Reunion in the mid 80s.

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Most memorable one for me was George Jones with Ray Charles in a small venue in Tyler. The one I most enjoyed was Cheap Trick with AcDc in Nacogdoches.
I bet that show in Tyler was very memorable!
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Old 03-08-2019, 02:07 PM   #22
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Old 03-08-2019, 02:08 PM   #23
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Wife and I went to Floores a couple years ago to see one of our favorites Jason Boland. He was great as always but the real surprise was Jarrod Birmingham who opened for him. Had never heard of Jarrod before but by the end of the show I was buying all his albums on iTunes. Have never went from not knowing of someone to being such a big fan after 1 show.
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Old 03-08-2019, 02:26 PM   #24
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GNR November 2017 in Las Vegas - 3 hours and 20 minutes with only a 5 minute break. Melt-your-face-off rock n roll.
Also, I saw AC/DC about 13-14 years ago in SA. My ears are still ringing from that one.
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Old 03-08-2019, 02:28 PM   #25
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KISS and Motley Crue was pretty awesome.
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Old 03-08-2019, 02:46 PM   #26
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Most memorable ones are the multi-day events like chilifest in snook tx etc. Sleeping in tents, waking up in other people's tents, making lots of friends and byob. That used to be a yearly tradition in college.

Besides that I like the other all day events like ozzfest, Metallica was a great show. Garth Brooks was really good and I don't even care for him but a great concert.
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Texas Jamms were epic
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Jason Boland, 2012 or so. Solo acoustic set at Main Street Crossing in Tomball. He played a Real Life Music radio show. Played and sang 'til the crowd had to go home. It was a Wednesday, I think we left at 12:30 for a show that started at 8:00 p.m. KJ
Always. Good show there, another good place is the smaller dosey doe.seen Robert Earl keen and a few others. Get a table in the front and your within 15 feet of the show.
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The second night Boulder Dead & Co. show this past summer was incredible.
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Old 03-08-2019, 03:08 PM   #30
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This is a hard one. As far as a single show, seeing Pat Green record Live at Gruene Hall was awesome. Most memorable would be all the years that I went the Larry Joe Taylor music festival. The festival moved several times, but the best ones were the years at Glen Rose and Meridian. When it finally moved to Melody Mountain Ranch, it just wasn’t the same.

Man, such good memories. Being there with my Dad. All the late night camp fires. All the pink flamingos. Seeing Pat Green when he was still wild and crazy on stage. Seeing Ragweed come onto the Texas music scene the first year at Meridian. Getting to see Rusty Weir sit up there and sing Texas Morning. Getting to camp with Tommy Alverson and Ed Burleson. I would give a lot to be able to go back in time and relive those nights.
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Texas Jamms were epic
1987 Texxas Jam was epic. Tesla, Whitesnake, Aerosmith, and Boston.
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Old 03-08-2019, 03:36 PM   #32
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Mine would have to be Ray Wylie Hubbard at Main Street here in Tomball. One of the best guitar players I've ever seen and one heck of a story teller.
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I was a KISS freak since '77, and also a huge fan of RUSH. I've been fortunate to see so many great concerts in my almost 60 years of life, but if I'm going to single out one show, it would have to be the Eagles at Rice Stadium, July 2, 1994.
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I bet that show in Tyler was very memorable!
It was and we were all taking bets if George would show up, at the time he had been known to get too drunk to perform but he was sober that night.
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I was a KISS freak since '77, and also a huge fan of RUSH. I've been fortunate to see so many great concerts in my almost 60 years of life, but if I'm going to single out one show, it would have to be the Eagles at Rice Stadium, July 2, 1994.
I seen Kiss twice in Shreveport, once with makeup and once without makeup, good shows both times.
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I saw Elvis at the Rodeo when I was young, but I remember it very clearly. I also remember seeing a clean cut Willie Nelson when I was a kid.

I did get to see David Gilmour on his solo tour in the 80's. I regret never getting to see Led Zeppilin & Prince
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The best performance was easily Earth, Wind and Fire in 1979. Me and a buddy took off from school in Waco and went to Dallas where they were playing at SMU's basketball gym. Through all the dancing and enormous band, etc. - they sounded exactly as they did on their records.
Favorite 'concert' was just a couple of years ago. A friend of my brother has a long history with Michael Martin Murphy and he arranged a small get together in his backyard with about 40 folks sitting around for Michael (and his son) to play for a couple of hours. We got to spend some time talking with MMM beforehand. My brother and I have always enjoyed his music which made it very special. (This was a day after MMM played his annual Christmas concert at Bass Hall and he was still in town.)
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My favorite had to be Loretta Lynn at Billy Bobs 1n 2003ish, David Allen Coe was a fun one also. A private concert with restless Heart was pretty good, all of the Rocker B Ranch festivals were good especially since we were a sponsor and got to run around anywhere we wanted.
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SRV all 3x
Willie Nelson at Aquafest ‘79 or ‘80
Ray Price and Don Williams both at The Paramount Theatre
Tom Petty
Pink Floyd
Edwin McCain 7x. Kid puts on a good show

Worst concert - George Jones

Wish I could have seen Vern Gosdin aka The Voice
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Most memorable ones are the multi-day events like chilifest in snook tx etc. Sleeping in tents, waking up in other people's tents, making lots of friends and byob. That used to be a yearly tradition in college.



Besides that I like the other all day events like ozzfest, Metallica was a great show. Garth Brooks was really good and I don't even care for him but a great concert.
Still is. Haven't been in two years but loved chilifest when I was a student there. Some of the best memories of my unsuccessful college career. Most memorable/favorite concert was seeing Lynyrd Skynyrd play chilifest in 2017.

Outside of that, Chris Stapleton at the rodeo in 2017 was amazing but I repress all memories involving my ex.

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The Eagles played a four hour show at a private party I went to. Guy hosting the party said he paid them $1 million to play. It was awesome. Frankie Valli played before the Eagles started.
Yeah, I think you win.
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Talking Heads at Auditorium Shores in Austin (early 80’s)

Rolling Stones in Cotton Bowl.

Nirvana at the State Fair Music Hall with Breeders opening.

Stevie Ray on the sand at South Padre.

Pearl Jam at SMU with Butthole Surfers.

Pink Floyd two nights in a row at Erwin Center.

I used to work concert security in college so I saw most all the big touring acts of the day.


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Saw George Jones and Conway Twitty together at the Rodeo.

When Motley Crue performed Girls, Girls, Girls "their stage help" was eye opening
...you mean "The Nasty Habits"?

I've seen the Crue 7 times...they never disappointed.
Got to meet them in '87 at a charity softball game in Pasadena that 101 put on...

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I wouldn't think people would list Texas music artists as best of all time. I've seen all those dudes 30 times each. Lol.

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I wouldn't think people would list Texas music artists as best of all time. I've seen all those dudes 30 times each. Lol.

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Most of us haven’t lived such a spectacular life as you though. Lol


My favorite concert was probably the first Coachella or Smashing Pumpkins at SDSU

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****! Y’all have seen some bad *** shows!


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Worth mentioning, most concerts at Hurricane Harry's I went to. Parker McCollum, and Roger Creager were fun as hell, even if people here have been lucky enough to see something like that time and time again.

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SRV at the Midland, TX Holiday Inn, in the 80's. He was the real deal.

Runners up:

Zeppelin, ELO, Pink Floyd, ZZ Top, BOC, Van Halen, Black Sabbath, Foghat, Kiss, Deep Purple. Good times
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Not really concert, but at Antoine’s in the early 80’s, Bonnie Rait or Fabulous Thunderbirds would join each other on stage. And then Stevie Ray would join them. Good times.


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