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And any cool story about it? Mine was Metallica in 1997, Poor retouring me.

My cool story is I was young, my parents not into that music. And a friend that was a radio DJ at our local station. Bought tickets and took me for free.

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My first real concert was Waylon and Hank Jr.  Got in a street fight.

Did you win?
 
Keith said:

My first real concert was Waylon and Hank Jr.  Got in a street fight.

Not really.  But we didn't get hauled off like they did.

Hawkwind... when Stacia was still doing her whirling dervish thing on stage !

 

Watford Town Hall 1972ish ! 

 

No cool story, I had to leave before the end to get the girl I went with home by 11pm, we were only 15yrs old...Awww.

Woodstock '69 (just one day), 4 months old. Thanks, mom and dad. I remember it like it was yesterday.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wt3cYpFLJiM

Ok now how many total ?? I'm at 199 shows

Aladdin 2 Lava said:

Hawkwind... when Stacia was still doing her whirling dervish thing on stage !

 

Watford Town Hall 1972ish ! 

 

No cool story, I had to leave before the end to get the girl I went with home by 11pm, we were only 15yrs old...Awww.

How many shows total?

Keith said:

My first real concert was Waylon and Hank Jr.  Got in a street fight.

Hold all 10 fingers up, now put three or four down.  Yep I'm a concert maniac.  lol  

Don't even have to take my shoes off to count with my toes!

Metallica Fluidium man Trevor said:

How many shows total?

Keith said:

My first real concert was Waylon and Hank Jr.  Got in a street fight.

I've hit 199, two more coming up

!978 Alice Cooper...had a blast and it was a great concert!

The iconic band Kiss. It was at that time, the ultimate rebellious act. Unbeknownst to my parents, my oldest sister took my brother and I to see them on my 15th birthday. Standing right down front, in that smoke filled arena, we were blasted into another dimension. Even with front man, Paul Stanley blowing me kisses, I couldn't take my eyes off the demon, Gene Simmons. His ominous stage presence was truly hypnotic. Or maybe it was the tongue... Guess their drive for nonconformity and in your face stage presence began a love in me for the unusual and respect for those thereafter who had the balls to be different. I love the movie Detroit Rock City. Reminds me of the lengths kids would go to to see their favorite band, despite the objections of those who believed it was gonna send you straight to hell. XD

 

Lotsa Lava & Kiss

 

Ive always wanted to see Kiss

Deb said:

The iconic band Kiss. It was at that time, the ultimate rebellious act. Unbeknownst to my parents, my oldest sister took my brother and I to see them on my 15th birthday. Standing right down front, in that smoke filled arena, we were blasted into another dimension. Even with front man, Paul Stanley blowing me kisses, I couldn't take my eyes off the demon, Gene Simmons. His ominous stage presence was truly hypnotic. Or maybe it was the tongue... Guess their drive for nonconformity and in your face stage presence began a love in me for the unusual and respect for those thereafter who had the balls to be different. I love the movie Detroit Rock City. Reminds me of the lengths kids would go to to see their favorite band, despite the objections of those who believed it was gonna send you straight to hell. XD

 

Lotsa Lava & Kiss

 

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