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No doubt this topic has been covered at some point in time here but oh well. Who have you seen live and if you have an eidetic memory feel free to include details such as opening act, year you saw them, what album they were supporting, curious obvervations/facts about that tour date etc.

 

Go ahead. Make us readers jealous.

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These could be very long lists if peoples memories are any good. I'll have a think and come up with a list ;)

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Kiss (3)
Aerosmith (1)
Scorpions (1)
Dokken (2)
Poison (3)
Def Leppard (2)
Maiden (2)
Dio (1)

Savatage (1)
VH (2)
DLR (1)
Crue (2)
HOL (3)
Great White (2)
Whitesnake (2)
Ratt (2)
L.A. Guns (1)
Slaughter (2)
Warrant (1)
Danger Danger (1)
Firehouse (1)
Megadeth (3)
Halford (1)
Queesnryche (3)
Quiet Riot (1)
Cinderella (2)
Winger (1)
Little Caesar (1)
Michael Bolton (1)
Faster Pussycat (1)
Ace Frehley (1)
Y&T (3)
Leatherwolf (1)
Prophet (1)
Ramones (1)
Misfits (1)
Kingdom Come (1)
Black N Blue (1)
Enuff Znuff (1)
FarCry (2)
Mr Big (2)
Ozzy (2)
Bryan Adams (2)
Dream Theater (1)
Maxx Explosion (1)
Bulletboys (1)
W.A.S.P. (1)

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Kiss

Aerosmith

Scorpions

Dokken

Poison

Def Leppard

Maiden

Dio

Savatage

VH

DLR

Crue

HOL

Great White

Whitesnake

Ratt

L.A. Guns

Slaughter

Warrant

Danger Danger

Firehouse

Megadeth

Halford

Queesnryche

Quiet Riot

Cinderella

Winger

Little Caesar

Michael Bolton

Faster Pussycat

Ace Frehley

Y&T

Leatherwolf

Prophet

Ramones

Misfits

Kingdom Come

Black N Blue

Enuff Znuff

FarCry

Mr Big

Ozzy

Bryan Adams

Great list Rocker. Anyone out there you still want to see that is still active?

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These could be very long lists if peoples memories are any good. I'll have a think and come up with a list ;)

 

I'm expecting some pretty comprehensive lists for sure. Gotta start formulating mine.

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A rough list..will add more as I think of them

 

Lee Aaron

AC/DC X3

Bryan Adams

Aerosmith

Airrace

The Angels (Angels From Angel City)

Angelwitch

Anvil

April Wine

Arena x6

Asia

Baron Rojo

Jean Beauvoir

Biffy Clyro

Black Crowes

Black Sabbath x2

Blackfoot x2

Blue Oyster Cult

Bonfire

Bon Jovi x2

David Bowie

Patrick Bruel

Budgie x2

Camel x2

Cheap Trick x4

Alice Cooper x2

Crash Test Dummies x3

Sheryl Crow

Crowded House

Deep Purple

Def Leppard x3

Diamond Head

Dio x2

Dream Theater

Drive, She Said

The Enid x8

Eurythmics

FM x3

Fair Warning

Mylene Farmer

John Farnham

Fish x3

The Flower Kings x2

Foo Fighters x3

Peter Gabriel

Genesis x2

Gillan

Girl x3

Girlschool x4

Go West

Jean-Jacques Goldman x3

Gun x3

Guns N' Roses

Hanoi Rocks

Hard Rain x2

Harem Scarem

Hawkwind x4

Heavy Pettin'

Honeymoon Suite x3

Humananimal

IQ x5

Iron Maiden x2

It Bites x2

Jadis x3

Jethro Tull

Journey x2

Judas Priest x2

Kick

Kings X

Kiss x2

Little Angels

Lynyrd Skynyrd x2

Magnum x4

Mama's Boys x2

Manowar

Marillion x5

Meatloaf

The Mission

Molly Hatchet

Gary Moore

Motley Crue x2

Motorhead x4

Aldo Nova

Ted Nugent

Ozzy Osbourne x2 + (Blizzard Of Oz)

Jimmy Page/ Robert Plant

Pendragon x5

Poison

Praying Mantis

Suzie Quatro

Queensryche

Quireboys x4

R.E.M

Reo Speedwagon

Rage Against The Machine

Rainbow

Dan Reed Network

Riot

Roadstar

Rush x3

Saga x5

Samson x2

Santers

Saxon x6

Michael Schenker Group

Scorpions

Silent Rage

Simple Minds

Skunk Anansie

Slade x2

Solstice x4

Jeff Scott Soto

Spock's Beard x3

Bruce Springsteen

Stampede

Status Quo x4

Styx

Sweet

Tank

Ten

Thin Lizzy

Thor

Threshold

Thunder x4

Tobruk

Toto x4

Pat Travers Band

Treat

Trust

Tina Turner

Twisted Sister x2

Tygers Of Pan Tang x4

Judie Tzuke x4

UFO x3

Uriah Heep

Van Halen x2

Stevie Ray Vaughan

W.A.S.P

The Waterboys

Waysted x2

John Wetton x2

White Sister

Whitesnake x4

Wig Wam

Winger

Wishbone Ash

Y&T

ZZ Top x3

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A rough list..will add more as I think of them

 

Lee Aaron

AC/DC X3

Bryan Adams

Aerosmith

Airrace

The Angels (Angels From Angel City)

Angelwitch

Anvil

April Wine

Arena x6

Asia

Baron Rojo

Jean Beauvoir

Biffy Clyro

Black Crowes

Black Sabbath x2

Blackfoot x2

Blue Oyster Cult

Bonfire

Bon Jovi x2

David Bowie

Patrick Bruel

Budgie x2

Camel x2

Cheap Trick x4

Alice Cooper x2

Crash Test Dummies x3

Sheryl Crow

Crowded House

Deep Purple

Def Leppard x3

Diamond Head

Dio x2

Dream Theater

Drive, She Said

The Enid x8

Eurythmics

FM x3

Fair Warning

Mylene Farmer

John Farnham

Fish x3

The Flower Kings x2

Foo Fighters x3

Peter Gabriel

Genesis x2

Gillan

Girl x3

Girlschool x4

Go West

Jean-Jacques Goldman x3

Gun x3

Guns N' Roses

Hanoi Rocks

Hard Rain x2

Harem Scarem

Hawkwind x4

Heavy Pettin'

Honeymoon Suite x3

Humananimal

IQ x5

Iron Maiden x2

It Bites x2

Jadis x3

Jethro Tull

Journey x2

Judas Priest x2

Kick

Kings X

Kiss x2

Little Angels

Lynyrd Skynyrd x2

Magnum x4

Mama's Boys x2

Manowar

Marillion x5

Meatloaf

The Mission

Molly Hatchet

Gary Moore

Motley Crue x2

Motorhead x4

Aldo Nova

Ted Nugent

Ozzy Osbourne x2 + (Blizzard Of Oz)

Jimmy Page/ Robert Plant

Pendragon x5

Poison

Praying Mantis

Suzie Quatro

Queensryche

Quireboys x4

R.E.M

Reo Speedwagon

Rage Against The Machine

Rainbow

Dan Reed Network

Riot

Roadstar

Rush x3

Saga x5

Samson x2

Santers

Saxon x6

Michael Schenker Group

Scorpions

Silent Rage

Simple Minds

Skunk Anansie

Slade x2

Solstice x4

Jeff Scott Soto

Spock's Beard x3

Bruce Springsteen

Stampede

Status Quo x4

Styx

Sweet

Tank

Ten

Thin Lizzy

Thor

Threshold

Thunder x4

Tobruk

Toto x4

Pat Travers Band

Treat

Trust

Tina Turner

Twisted Sister x2

Tygers Of Pan Tang x4

Judie Tzuke x4

UFO x3

Uriah Heep

Van Halen x2

Stevie Ray Vaughan

W.A.S.P

The Waterboys

Waysted x2

John Wetton x2

White Sister

Whitesnake x4

Wig Wam

Winger

Wishbone Ash

Y&T

ZZ Top x3

Nice!

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Kiss

Aerosmith

Scorpions

Dokken

Poison

Def Leppard

Maiden

Dio

Savatage

VH

DLR

Crue

HOL

Great White

Whitesnake

Ratt

L.A. Guns

Slaughter

Warrant

Danger Danger

Firehouse

Megadeth

Halford

Queesnryche

Quiet Riot

Cinderella

Winger

Little Caesar

Michael Bolton

Faster Pussycat

Ace Frehley

Y&T

Leatherwolf

Prophet

Ramones

Misfits

Kingdom Come

Black N Blue

Enuff Znuff

FarCry

Mr Big

Ozzy

Bryan Adams

Great list Rocker. Anyone out there you still want to see that is still active?

 

Many! Harem Scarem, Tango Down, Jovi (early days),

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Rough list from Jez in alpha order and number of times lol ;)

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Damn, I suck at going to concerts. :D

 

The Gathering

Monster Magnet

Mercyful Fate

Metallica

Morbid Angel

Voivod

Sanctuary

Overkill

Cradle Of Filth

Amon Amarth

Airbourne

...and almost Megadeth. They cancelled the show at the final moment. Fuckers.

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How and why did you see Poison, Jez?

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How and why did you see Poison, Jez?

 

Because I was forced too at the Monsters of Rock 1990 with Whitesnake, Aerosmith, Thunder and Quireboys....and yes, they were absolute shite ;)

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Rough list from Jez in alpha order and number of times lol ;)

 

I'm sure there are more that I can't think of at the mo ;)

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I've done this list so many times in the past ...bored at work, or just trying to take account, but I never get a definitive list...All my tickets are scattered around the house too in CD cases and in the loft. Load of bands from various multi band events like Gods of AOR and the like I can't remember. Like Jez I'll try and add more when I think of them.

 

Aerosmith (x8)

Guns n Roses (x3)

Kix

Icon

White Sister

FM (U.K.)

Thunder (x3)

Accept (x2)

Black Sabbath

Queensryche (x4)

Dio

Porcupine Tree

Cheap Trick (x2)

Van der Graaf Generator

Faster Pussycat

Judas Priest (x5)

Girl (x3)

U.F.O. (X4)

Foreigner

Journey (x2)

Ratt

Motley Crue (x2)

Saga

Kiss (x4)

Dave Lee Roth (x2)

Magnum (x2)

Santers

Kings X

Enuff Z Nuff (x2)

Ten (x4)

Adam Bomb (x3)

Engine

Drivin n Cryin

Almighty

John Waite

Jon Parr

Jon Amor

Yes

A.O.K. (Angels or Kings)

Sam Thunder

Shy

Chrome Molly

Slayer

Balaam and the Angel

W.A.S.P.

Tesla

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Angelwitch

Def Leppard (x2)

Sammy Hagar (x3)

Budgie

Jackdaw 4

Ginger

Ozric Tentacles

Counting Crows

Kings of Leon

Crown of Thorns

Kings of the Sun

D.A.D.

Dare

Slade

Rush

Riot

Diamond Head (x2)

Dogs D’Amour (x2)

The Queer Boys/The Quireboys (X2)

Dream Theater

Extreme

Electric Boys

Robin George

Here & Now

Grand Prix

Hanoi Rocks (x4)

Johnny Thunders

The Darkness

Gary Hughes

Hugo

INXS

Jethro Tull

Kingdom Come

LA Guns

Love / Hate

Slade

Straight Eight

Marillion

Marseille (x2)

Metallica

Mr. Big

Pearl Jam

Dan Reed Network

REO Speedwagon

Stryper

Tangerine Dream

Terrorvision

Tobruk

Tygers of Pan Tang (x2)

White Lion

Y&T

Bernie Torme

ZZ Top

Marah

Dan Baird & Homemade Sin

The Babysitters

Whitesnake

Twister Sister (x2)

Bon Jovi (x2)

Iron Maiden

Poison

Black Crowes

Sterophonics

Lenny Kravitz

Honeycrack

The Grip

Saxon

Blacklace (not the agadoo lot…the NY band)

White Trash

Sacred Alien

House of Shakira

Von Groove

Warrant

Skid Row

Wendy and the Rockets

Bryan Adams

Manowar (x3)

Roadstar

Toby Jepsom

Little Angels

Amplifier

Quiet Riot

Baby Tuckoo

A II Z

McCoy

Quartz

Tredegar

Wrathchild

Trojan Horse

Bob Catley

Kip Winger (acoustic)

Eddi Reader (x2 ...don't ask!)

Robert Fripp

68 - 75

Jayhawks

Vain

Romeo's Daughter

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A pretty feeble list compared to some (you'll gather that I've seen some of these more than once):

 

 

AC/DC

Aerosmith

Alice Cooper

Amon Amarth

Anthrax (as support for Iron Maiden)

Arkona (as support for Therion and Eluveitie)

Aura Noir

b.l.o.w.

Bang Tango

Benediction (as support for Bolt Thrower)

Big Boy Bloater (as support for Imelda May)

Big Country

Billy Idol (as support for Bon Jovi)

Bleed From Within (as support for Amon Amarth)

Bolt Thrower

Bon Jovi

Bootleg Beatles

Bryan Adams

Carcass (as support for Amon Amarth)

Catherine Wheel

Clam Abuse

Coma (as support for Orphaned land)

Crown Of Thorns (as support for Bon Jovi)

Dalbello (as support for Marillion)

David Lee Roth

Del Amitri (as support for Bryan Adams)

Devilment

Diamond Head (as support for Metallica)

Dokken (as support for AC/DC)

Dream Disciples (as support for Fish)

Eluveitie

Feline (as support for Catherine Wheel)

Fields Of The Nephilim

Fish

Funeral Throne

Gloria Estefan

God Seed

Grand Magus (as support for Amon Amarth)

Great White (as support for Alice Cooper)

Green Day

Grey Lady Down (as support for Arena - who I didn't get to see 'cause I was ill!)

Gun

Guns n' Roses

Hardcore Superstar

Hell (as support for Amon Amarth)

Hellacopters

Helloween

Honey Rider

Iggy Pop

Imelda May

Iron Maiden

Jack Lukeman

Keep Of Kalessin

Khalas (as support for Orphaned Land)

Kings X (as support for AC/DC)

KISS

Klone (as support for Orphaned Land)

Levellers

Limehouse Lizzy

Lita Ford (as support for Bon Jovi)

Little Angels (as support for Van Halen and Bon Jovi)

Manic Street Preachers (and support for Bon Jovi)

Marillion

Marion

Meat Loaf

Megadeth (as part of the Monsters of Rock festival and as support to Metallica)

Melechesh

Melissa Etheridge (as support for Bryan Adams)

Metallica

Motherland (as support for David Lee Roth)

Mylidian (as support for Orphaned Land)

Necrophobic

Oranssi Pazuzu

Orphaned Land

Paul Samson's Empire (as support for Iron Maiden)

Pixie Lott (the 'Half Time Show' at a rugby match!)

Radiator (as support to Catherine Wheel)

Rezinwolf (as support to Devilment)

Ricky Ross (as support to Bryan Adams)

Rotting Christ (as support to Bolt Thrower)

Seahorses

Senseless Things

She Must Burn (as support to Devilment)

Sherman Robertson

Skalmold (as support to Eluveitie)

Skyclad (acoustic - as support to Fish)

Soundstorm (as support to Therion)

Spock's Beard

Suede

Sylosis (as support to Testament)

Terrorvision

Testament (as headliners and as support to Amon Amarth)

The Almighty (as support to Metallica)

The Last Great Dreamers (as support to Bang Tango)

The Mars Chronicles (as support to Orphaned Land)

The Verve

Therion

Think Floyd

Thunder (as support to Bon Jovi)

Toyah

Tyla (as support to Clam Abuse)

Van Halen (as headliners and as support to Bon Jovi)

W.A.S.P.

Waterglass

Will Young

Zed Yago (as support to W.A.S.P.)

 

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How and why did you see Poison, Jez?

 

Because I was forced too at the Monsters of Rock 1990 with Whitesnake, Aerosmith, Thunder and Quireboys....and yes, they were absolute shite ;)

 

 

lol. To be honest, from reports I hear, I predict they (well, CC at least) were a bit sloppy live back in the day (though my video from the 'Native Tongue' tour is awesome) but holy shit, alongside bands like Quireboys, Thunder and Aerosmith they must have been godsends! ;) What a dull line-up. Whitesnake must have been awesome in 1990, though.

 

PS. I appreciate Aerosmith probably put on quite a show, but the other two... well it doesn't really matter how "good" they were live, because all their songs still suck regardless! :)

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Thunder are amazing live.....even if I'm not too fussed by recent material.

 

Touring the debut they were a force.

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Thunder are amazing live.....even if I'm not too fussed by recent material.

 

Touring the debut they were a force.

 

Too true...They'd give a few bands a run for their money now as well.

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Off the top of my head (probably missed quite a few) I've seen the following....

Also, there would be a stack of Aussie bands who I've either forgotten about or was too drunk to remember (at pubs etc)

Vanessa Amorosi

 

The Angels x 3

 

Australian Crawl

 

Bon Jovi x 3

 

Cheap Trick

 

Choirboys x lots

 

Cold Chisel

 

Richard Clapton

 

Alice Cooper

 

Crowded House

 

Deep Purple

 

Def Leppard

 

Dragon x lots

 

Electric Pandas

 

Jon English

 

The Eurythmics

 

Guns N'Roses

 

Sammy Hagar

 

Billy Idol

 

Iron Maiden

 

Billy Joel

 

Elton John

 

Kids In The Kitchen x lots

 

Kiss x 6 or 7

 

Cyndi Lauper

 

David Lee Roth

 

Live

 

Meat Loaf

 

Midnight Oil x 2

 

Models

 

Motley Crue x 2

 

No Nonsence

 

Painters & Dockers

 

Poison

 

Cat Power

 

The Poor

 

Pseudo Echo x lots

 

The Radiators

 

Roxus

 

Skyhooks

 

Spandau Ballet

 

Paul Stanley

 

Steel Panther

 

Stryper

 

Tesla

 

Mike Tramp x lots

 

Twisted Sister x 2

 

Uncanny X-Men

 

Warrant
Robbie Williams

 

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Thunder are amazing live.....even if I'm not too fussed by recent material.

 

Touring the debut they were a force.

 

Too true...They'd give a few bands a run for their money now as well.

 

 

Yup ... when I saw them, they were superb - hugely entertaining, and as tight as anything (which can't be said for the headliners on the day, Bon Jovi, who were boring!)

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Metallica

 

Rush - Clockwork Angels Tour

 

Journey

 

Motley Crue - All Things Must Come to An End (Farewell Tour)

 

Alice Cooper - opening for Motley

 

Iron Maiden - Book of Souls Tour

 

The Tea Party - 20 Years of Transmission

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Went to see Journey a few days ago in Greensboro, NC. It was my wife's birthday so I made sure we had great seats. Great show, but here's my problem. No Arnel material. That, to me, makes it feel like a tribute band. He deserves more than that. The albums he has done with Journey are fantastic, should have had some of his songs in that set.

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Local gigs:

 

Quiet Riot/Whitesnake/Kick Axe Winnipeg 1984 (My first concert)

Iron Maiden/Twisted Sister Winnipeg 1985 Powerslave tour

Kiss Winnipeg 1985 Animalize tour (can't remember the opener)

Helix/Honeymoon Suite Winnipeg 1985 Long Way To Heaven tour

Honeymoon Suite X2 Winnipeg

Motley Crue/Whitesnake Winnipeg 1987 Girls Girls Girls tour

Cheap Trick/Eddie Money Winnipeg 1989 (Still the loudest concert I've been to)

Quireboys Winnipeg 1993 Bittersweet tour

Killer Dwarfs Winnipeg 1993? Method to the Madness tour

AC/DC and Wildhearts Winnipeg 1996 Ballbreaker tour

Harem Scarem Winnipeg 1993 Mood Swings tour

Loverboy Winnipeg 1993

Platinum Blonde X2 Winnipeg

Platinum Blonde/Lee Aaron Winnipeg 2015

Marilyn Manson/Powerman 5000 Winnipeg

Avril Lavigne/Butch Walker Winnipeg 2005 Letters tour

Big Sugar Winnipeg X2

Tom Keifer Winnipeg 2016

Jimmy Eat World Winnipeg 2017 Integrity Blues tour (Tightest live band I have witnessed to date)

ZZ Top/Wide Mouth Mason Winnipeg 1997

Steel Panther Winnipeg 2016

The Cult/Lenny Kravitz Winnipeg 1989 Sonic Temple tour

The Cult/Bonham Winnipeg 1992 Ceremony tour

Sebastian Bach Winnipeg X3

Buckcherry Winnipeg X4

Buckcherry/Sebastian Bach Winnipeg 2016

The Cult Winnipeg X4

Slaughter/Great White Winnipeg 2014 (Terry Ilous on vocals)

Four Horsemen Winnipeg Gettin Pretty Good at Barely Gettin By tour (Ron Young on vocals)

Kim Mitchell Winnipeg 2017

Cry of Love Winnipeg 1993 Brother tour with the awesome Kelly Holland on vocals

Big Wreck Winnipeg

Brother Cane Winnipeg 1998 Wishpool tour

Glass Tiger Winnipeg

Nine Inch Nails Winnipeg 2008

The Pursuit of Happiness Winnipeg

Lee Aaron/Chris Burke Gaffney Winnipeg

Kim MItchell/Sass Jordan Winnipeg 2016

5440/The Watchmen Winnipeg

Tragically Hip Winnipeg

Kiss/Buckcherry Winnipeg 2009

Kiss Winnipeg 1997 Original Lineup/Makeup Reunion tour

 

As I recollect it anyway.

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Road Trips/Fly In Gigs:

 

Tesla/Pop Evil St Paul Minnesota 2008

Black Crowes/Cheap Trick/The Cult/Drivin N Cryin/Run DMC/The Offspring/Jackyl/Our Lady Peace/Loverboy Music Midtown Festival 2001 Atlanta Georgia

Y&T/Danger Danger Melodic Rockfest 2 Elgin Illinois 2010

Saigon Kick Chicago Illinois 2016

Steel Panther Las Vegas Nevada 2013

Rhino Bucket Wisconsin Rapids Wisconsin 1995

Extreme St Paul Minnesota 2015 Pornograffitti 25th Anniversary tour

Warrant/Winger/Jack Russell's Great White/LA Guns with Phil Lewis and Stephen Riley Fargo North Dakota 2014

Lit Las Vegas Nevada 2014

Maestro Fresh Wes Vancouver BC 1999

Kim Mitchell/Big Sugar Toronto Ontario 2012

Trooper/5440/Sass Jordan Vancouver BC 2011

Firehouse Grand Forks North Dakota Category 5 tour

Foreigner Minnedosa Manitoba ? (Lou Gramm was still in the band and sadly his voice was shot).

The Cult/Against Me! Tempe Arizona 2012

The Cult Minneapolis Minnesota 1999

The Cult Minneapolis MInnesota 2006

The Cult Las Vegas Nevada 2007

The Cult Las Vegas Nevada 2013

The Cult LA California 2009

The Cult New Orleans Louisiana 2010

The Cult Dublin Ireland 2011

The Cult Fargo North Dakota 2013

The Cult San Diego California 2014

The Cult Winnipeg Manitoba X3 (forgot these for the local gigs).

Dishwalla/Marcy Playground Las Vegas 2017

Pet Shop Boys Montreal Quebec 1999

Pet Shop Boys Las Vegas Nevada 2013 and 2016

Pet Shop Boys Oakland California 2014

Pet Shop Boys Dublin Ireland 2011

Pet Shop Boys Chicago Illinois 2013

Tragically Hip/The Watchmen/Deadbeat Honeymooners Gimli Manitoba 1991

Slaughter/Tora Tora/5440 Gimli Manitoba 1996

 

That's all I can remember but I think that covers it anyway.

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Went to see Journey a few days ago in Greensboro, NC. It was my wife's birthday so I made sure we had great seats. Great show, but here's my problem. No Arnel material. That, to me, makes it feel like a tribute band. He deserves more than th -at. The albums he has done with Journey are fantastic, should have had some of his songs in that set.

 

When I saw them they did, I think only one Journey - Arnel Pineda song from the Revelation album. I think its FAITH IN THE HEARTLAND if I'm not mistaken.

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      Frontiers Store: https://www.frontiers.shop/ In amongst their touring commitments, Inglorious spent 2018 writing and recording their third studio album, “Ride To Nowhere”. A much darker, more reflective album than their previous releases, the new songs further hone the Inglorious sound – the pulsating rhythms, driving guitars and infectious vocal melodies. “This album is different in many ways. The songs came about very quickly. As with all our songs we start with a riff, and this time having new guitarist Drew added a new and heavier feel to a couple of songs. We wrote the basics mostly together all in one room on acoustic guitars and then I went away and crafted the stories I wanted to tell. For me this album is very personal. I am for the first time writing about a lot of my feelings, relationships and losses...” – Nathan James “On this album I feel that the songs are a true reflection of what we’ve been through over the past few years - both as a band and as individuals. You’ve got the highs, the lows and lessons learned along the way. The making of this album was at a time when we all had our own personal situations and changes to deal with. I feel that this definitely comes through on the recordings and particularly songs like ‘Tomorrow’, ‘Where Are You Now?’ and ‘Glory Days”. – Colin Parkinson The recording of “Ride to Nowhere” involves for the first time new guitarist Drew Lowe, who says “The album is the next step for the band in maturity. Being that it's my first, I wasn't sure what to expect, but as soon as we started we knew what type of record was coming. Hopefully the fans will love it as they follow us on the musical journey.” From the body blow riffs of the first single “Where Are You Now?”, to the beautiful melodies and bluesy overtones of “I Don’t Know You,” from the assault of “Freak Show” to the acoustic ballad “Glory Days”, “Ride to Nowhere” is an absolute gem of an album, showing not only all the influences from iconic rock albums of the 70’s, but also offering the band’s own sound and interpretation. As with Inglorious “II”, the album was mixed by the legendary Kevin Shirley (Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith). “There’s a lot of variety on this album, more so than the previous ones and that I really like. Sonically I think it sounds more fresh, contemporary in a sense and that goes for a bunch of songs on the album as well. Just the singles alone are different than how we’ve sounded in the past, but still have the Inglorious feel and vibe! Lastly I also think that musically it’s better than the previous albums, everyone plays very tasteful, soulful and collectively I feel that it’s perfect!” – Andreas Eriksson “We’re all really happy with the way the new record sounds and look forward to seeing how the fans receive it. I personally can’t wait to play the new material live on the road!”- Phil Beaver   Tracklisting: 1. Where Are You Now?
      2. Freak Show
      3. Never Alone
      4. Tomorrow
      5. Queen
      6. Liar
      7. Time To Go
      8. I Don’t Know
      9. While She Sleeps
      10. Ride To Nowhere
      11. Glory Days
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