questionswho would you want to see in concert from any era?

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Pink Floyd, Alice in Chains, Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, the Doors, Hank Williams, both of the Buckleys, Hendrix...so many more artists.

Honestly, if time travel ever becomes a reality, I plan on going concert hopping.

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Mine is a tie between Queen and Nirvana. I think Queen is slightly in the lead because they're just so epic.

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I think it would be cool to go to Vegas and see Dean Martin, Sinatra, Sammy Davis, etc... back when they were all performing in Vegas and it was a black tie affair to go and see them.

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The Beatles, Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Grateful Dead, Cream, Little Feat.

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Mozart. And not the 'Rock Me Amadeus' version,

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@gideonfrost: Man, how could I forget Queen? Shame on me.

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I've seen the Grateful Dead 70+ times and would love to go back and see the '85 Merriweather shows as well. (I had tickets but didn't make it) Jimi Hendrix, Wes Montgomery, John Coltrane....tons of dead jazz guys. Charlie Parker.

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The Beatles, The Beastie Boys, Elvis, Queen and Grateful Dead. I was luck enough to catch Nirvana and The Who (at least 3/4s of them before Entwistle passed)

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beatles, bob marley, pink floyd, hendrix, nirvana, queen, janis, tupac, biggie, and probably a few more that im forgetting

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Mary's Danish

I didn't find out about them until after they broke up, so I never got to see them in concert.

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and Chris LeDoux. Had tickets to see him at the Grizzly Rose one time but didnt make it.

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1970's/80's George Carlin.

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In their most popular formation I would like to see Skid Row, Guns 'N' Roses and REO Speedwagon. As for the second question, I would prefer to see them alive rather than dead.

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AC/DC with Bon
Iron Maiden with DiAnno
and Mother Love Bone.

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@ryanwb: Saw George Carlin in person, though it was in the early 90's. He was beyond funny. Double over laughing, funny. RIP Mr. Carlin. Also saw Red Foxx in Las Vegas - another funny man. Clean humor, too! That surprised me. And then there's Eddie Murphy, when he was doing concerts/stand-up. OH! Was he hysterical!! Not clean humor, but wickedly funny. And, Joan Rivers - another truly funny comic.

Must mention BB King. Had the pure pleasure of seeing him in concert 4 (actually might be 5) times. The King of Blues. Love him! Also have seen the Temptations (the real ones). James Brown, and Wilson Pickett.

Would loved to have seen Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Jefferson Airplane, The Doobie Brothers...and probably many more. Love music!!

Edit to add: Frank Sinatra!!

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Janis Joplin. And Leonard Cohen, who was performing three hours away from my home on his last trip, and it was the same day we were due home from a week's vacation. I just couldn't face another three hours' drive on top of the 10 hours home, but it was a decision I'll regret for years.

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@magic cave: I saw Janis twice, bless her to the heavens. There aren't words for her energy & soul. And pain.

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Elliott Smith. Man I wish I could have seen him live once. ;_;

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@magic cave: Check your local ticket seller; Leonard's touring the US again starting in November (I'm going).

As far as acts I'd want to see: Queen, the Ramones (with Dee Dee), and Warren Zevon.