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    Favorite Concert??

    Boston1954 asked about your favorite group? What about concerts?? I have 2....best ever??? Doobie Brothers...2003...FRONT ROW CENTER!!! Close 2nd was Lynyrd Skynyrd 1998..saw them
    with hubby and both sons! Danced to "Simple Man" as the mother son dance at DS wedding.

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    Been to a lot of concerts and Springsteen wins hands down! We've seen him in concert dozens of time, first time in 1980 on The River tour and latest time earlier this year. He's spoiled us for every other concert!
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    Billy Joel back when he was married to Christie Brinkley. She was there, with baby Alexa Ray. Wonderful, fabulous, terrific. Have also seen Springsteen since Mr. Stitchnripper is a big fan. To me, it was too loud to enjoy. I also saw Elvis in the Macon Coliseum in the early '70s. Great show.
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    A few years back, Earth, Wind & Fire teamed with Chicago. The old guys of EW&F still rocked like they did in the 70's (when I was too young to appreciate them)! It was an awesome concert. I also had the wonderful opportunity to see Cher twice on her farewell tour. The first show we drove to Ann Arbor, MI and the show was incredible! The second time she had added more shows and wound up coming to the city I live in. Eight of us girls got tickets. It was a let down as the show was scaled down from the Ann Arbor show (Cher got tired towards the end of her tour). It was still a great time spent with 7 of my girlfriends!
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    The Rolling Stones and will see them in Toronto. Amazing that these guys still keep on rocking!

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    I have only been to four and they were all enjoyable. Two to see Tom Jones, one to see Barry Manilow many years ago. But I saw Michael Bolton three years ago.
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    I'm not sure which was my favorite. Aerosmith, Rick Darringer and the Stars where my first one. The end of the month I'm treating two of my kids to a concert with bands from my past. Styx, Reospeed Wagon (both I've seen 3 times since the 70's) and Ted Nugent all together on the 27th. Last yr my daughter treated me to Lady Antebellam which I loved so this yr I'm treating them for my birthday to the one above.
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    I saw Simon and Garfunkel years ago. Pure bliss. . .
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    When ConwayTtwitty was still alive I seen a lot of his concerts sometimes driving 5 hours to get there. I dearly loved that man, Been to other concerts but he was tops back in the day

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    Okay - I am old - I saw the Beatles in Seattle in 1966 (yes, I was one of those stupid screaming girls), my other favorite concerts were Moody Blues in 1970 and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in 1970. The most romantic concert I went to was Gordon Lightfoot in 1971. We went to a lot of concerts before the girls were born, the most recent was Celine Dion in Las Vegas last year.

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