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...Here are some of the ones I've seen...

Frank Zappa

Pink Floyd(saw them 4 times)

Roger Waters(Saw him twice, his first 2 solo tours...he had Eric Clapton on guitar on his first solo tour)

KISS(6 times...they were my first ever concert, Dynasty tour 1979)

John Kay and Steppenwolf(twice)


Billy Joel(twice)

Black Sabbath(too many to count, but saw them with all of their different lineups)

Ozzy Osbourne(too many to count)

Neil Young and Crazy Horse(twice)

Robert Plant(3 times)

Rush(5 times)

The Guess Who

Bachman Turner Overdrive

Randy Bachman solo

Frank Marino and Mahogony Rush

Jeff Healey

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble(3 times)

Joe Cocker

David Bowie(Glass Spider Tour-that was a mammoth show and he had Peter Frampton on guitar)

The Cult(3 times)

Iron Maiden(too many to count)

Judas Priest(too many to count)

Alice Cooper(too many to count)

Motorhead(too many to count)

April Wine


...and many more...I'll list more bands I've seen later...

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...Also seen...

Eric Clapton

The Rolling Stones

Dire Straits

Jethro Tull


The Who

Roger Daltrey

Dio(too many to count)

ELP(Not Emerson, Lake and Palmer though, but Emerson Lake and Powell)

Aerosmith(3 times)

Supertramp(twice, the first time being the last tour with Roger Hodgson)

Roger Hodgson solo

George Thorogood(too many to remember)

ZZ Top(5 times)


Cheap Trick

Fairport Convention

...and I'll list more later when they come to mind...

I like your list.  I've seen Tull more times than I can possibly remember. My spouse says I'm obsessed.  One of my huge regrets is tht I never saw Dire Straits live.  Where would you rank them?  I've seen the Who at least 10-15 times too. 

Fairport Convention is an interesting  one  too.

Bonnie Raitt and Taj Mahal and the Phantom Blues Band

Steve Miller Band with Joe Cocker as the opening act.

Aerosmith with Cheap Trick

Jeff Beck

The Rolling Stones(First Concert)


Buddy Guy

B.B. King

Bruce Springsteen

The Grass Roots and Herman's Hermits featuring Peter Noone

John Mayall

Vanilla Fudge 


James Cotton

Pinetop Perkins

Lonnie Brookes

Walter Trout

Charlie Musselwhite

Commander Cody

The Allman Brothers Band

Lukas Nelson and the Promise Real

Hubert Sumlin(influenced Richards and Page)

George Thorogood and the Destroyers.

Happy Together Tour with Buckinghams, Flo and Eddie Mark Lindsy of The Raiders, The Grass Roots and The Association.

OK, here goes. Some are multiples but my age-addled brain can no longer remember the details:

Elton John



Blue Oyster Cult


Peter Gabriel

Steve Hackett



The Who

Judas Priest

Iron Maiden

Black Sabbath

Heaven and Hell

Alice Cooper

Paul McCartney

Cream (2005 reunion)

John Mellencamp

John Hiatt

Steve Earle

Porcupine Tree

Crowded House

Richard Thompson

Jethro Tull

Emerson, Lake and Palmer (and Emerson, Lake and Powell)

Stevie Nicks

The Kinks (also Ray Davies and Dave Davies separately)

Bruce Cockburn

Bruce Springsteen

Neil Young




Roger Waters

Warren Zevon

Rolling Stones


Lou Reed

Deep Purple

Steven Wilson

Eric Clapton

James McMurtry

I'm almost sure I'm missing a few. As soon as I hit "Add Reply" I'll think of more, I'm sure.

Oh, Britney Spears and Aaron Carter. No, I don't want to discuss it.


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