Concerts by Decade

I was talking to Jenny the other day about this concert we both would like to go to, and it got me thinking about how many bands I used to go see live. Man, I spent a lot of money on concerts. So I thought it might be fun to see how many of them I could actually remember—it has been quite a long time, though I didn’t see my first show until I was 20.

So I will list what I can remember, separated by decade.

1980’s (only 2):
Rush/Tommy Shaw from Styx opening
Whitesnake/Great White opening

1990’s (much harder):
Judas Priest/Megadeth/Testament opening
Iron Maiden/Anthrax opening
Guns N Roses/Soundgarden opening
Guns N Roses/Metallica/Body Count opening
Metallica/Suicidal Tendencies/Candlebox/Days of the New opening
Rush/no opener
Rush/no opener
Megadeth/Anthrax opening
Foreigner/Doobie Brothers opening
Matchbox 20/Shelby Lynne opening
Creed/Sevendust/Nickelback opening

2000’s (pretty hard, too):
Creed/Sevendust/Nickelback opening
Motley Crue/Poison/Cinderella
Ozzfest:
Ozzy/System of a Down/Rob Zombie/Black Label Society/Opeth/et al
Some Rock 105.3 thing right after 9/11:
Deftones/POD/Incubus/Linkin Park
Incubus/Some lousy band opening
Rush/no opener
Aerosmith/Kid Rock
Aerosmith/I don’t remember opener
Tom Petty/Blind Boys of Alabama
Spirit West Coast 2007:
Hawk Nelson, Delirious?, Todd Agnew, Salvador, BarlowGirl, Disciple, Leeland, MxPx, Starfield, Worth Dying For, Aaron Shust, Thousand Foot, Krutch, Stellar Kart, Family Force 5, Britt Nicole, Casting Pearls, Kutless, Seventh Day Slumber, Third Day, Tobymac
Third Day/Revive/Myriad opening
Chris Tomlin/Louie Giglio speaking/no opener
Third Day/Switchfoot/Jars of Clay/Robert Randolph
Spirit West Coast 2009:
Todd Agnew/Lincoln Brewster/Kutless/Newsboys
Casting Crowns/Matt Redman

2010’s (easy)
Fireflight/Silverline
Cloverton

I may have left off a few—I am, after all, old….
Anyone who may have attended one of these shows with me, feel free to fill in the gaps…

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