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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by drmilktruck, May 15, 2019 at 4:30 PM.
Pink Floyd, But would settle for Gilmour.
Would love to see both. The Who and Mark K.
I've seen Setzer rockabilly riot and BSO, and I'd see him again anytime he's in the area, but elsewise, I have a hard time thinking about what artists want to charge.
I’ll admit my concert going has slowed down the past few years, but I consider myself pretty lucky to have seen most of my favorites at least once thru the years, some of them a few times, and a handful of them many, many times. Still, there’s some I’ve missed:
#1 – Tom Waits
Followed by, in no particular order:
Neko Case (with or without the New Pornographers)
Rodrigo y Gabriela
Nick Lowe (already caught Dave Edmunds!)
Radiohead (the last time I tried it got rained out)
Todd Rundgren (although I did see Todd with The New Cars a few years back- great show, but very few Todd songs!)
Imelda May (preferably in rockabilly mode, but what the hell, she’s awesome no matter what!)
There’s probably more, but these here would make a mighty fine summer concert season!
Rory Gallagher was an epic show, saw him twice. Just missed a third . Of the new Artists you mention, only one I have heard of is Tommy Castro. Have seen him 3 times in two States, hope to see him again!
Extremely underrated. Ry is an amazing player and composer.
Tommy is amazing.
The others are European artists: Thorbjorn Risager is from Denmark, Rosedale from France, Heigh Chief are Norwegians, Lister and Schofield from the UK. Sadly (for me) Schofield seems to play mainly in the US.
I saw the Rolling Stones with Brian Jones, & then with Mick Taylor, but I haven't seen them with that new guy yet. Some day.
I would like to see Leonid and Friends, a Russian cover band who plays Chicago tunes. They do Chicago better than Chicago. See and Hear below:
All the ones that I want to see are dead.
Those guys are good! Jimmy Hendrix was awed by Terry Kath's guitar playing. Putting Peter Cetera up front was their downfall. He had some sort of weird relationship with the manager which was resented by the rest of the band. He didn't bother going to the HOF induction. "CTA" and "Chicago" were great albums, after that, not so much. My $0.02 (before taxes)
Great Howlin' Wolf picture here.
(and an amazing bass guitar also)
Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Stray Cats ( August!)
Tommy Emmanuel, Eric Clapton, the Ventures, the Everly Brothers(oh shoot, only one is still alive...Phil I think), Brian Setzer, Simon and Garfunkel(or at least Paul).
Audepts favourite guitarplayer
Mellencamp one of my favorites! I play all his stuff. He's quite the painter as we as singer/songwriter/musician/painter. Have seen him live would do again.
I got to meet and talk with Robert Cray for about 45 mins after a show he did in Wilmington, DE at the Grand Opera House. Super cool guy and a good bit of humor too. Awesome player!!!