I would go see Elvis how about you?
I want to step inside a time machine to 1970 March at Felt Forum NYC to see the Byrds playing
kate bush a long time ago
I’d like to see Beethoven and Chopin perform
I pick alive.,…
I always wanted to see Guns and Roses live.
I saw Plant and Page, but it would’ve been cool to see Led Zeppelin as a complete band too.
GnR was not great. I saw them in ‘92 (my mom wouldn’t let me go in ‘87-88), on their double bill with Metallica. Faith No More opened. I was sadly disappointed, since I loved the band. Metallica kicked ass though (and I’m not a huge Metallica fan).
I’m bummed I haven’t seen Metallica, NIN, Billy Joel, Paul McCartney, and Roger Waters.
Also, like @Headspark , Led Zeppelin as Led Zeppelin, rather than page and plant.
And I never got to see the Stones. Their tickets are just outrageously expensive.
That’s disappointing to hear on one level, but on another level now I don’t feel so bad about not seeing them, lol
I did see Metallica in '96 at Lollapalooza, it was a good show.
Was lollapalooza still going on then? I had tickets for 1992, but I got really sick, so I couldn’t go. I went in 1993 - Alice In Chains (amazing), Tool, Rage, Primus, etc.
I’d love to see Lindsey Stirling again. She’s an extremely talented violinist. She mixes violin with electronic music and pop music. Maybe some other mixes, too.
I saw her a few years ago. It was the most amazing show I have ever seen, by far!! It was incredible. Huge budget for the special effects on stage and the backup dancers were so fun. And Lindsey was dancing around, too, WHILE playing the violin.
I’d love to see her perform, again.
Rammstein all the way.
Flogging Molly. Had an opportunity to see them but my depression and people tolerance was ■■■■ 15 years ago so didn’t go.
Aw, man, I hope you get another chance to see Flogging Molly. I saw them, once, and it was really fun. I have a Flogging Molly shirt, from the concert.
Nine Inch Nails or Rammstein!
Probably Led Zeppelin during the heyday. Definitely the Cult
Chopin and Franz Liszt
Biggie Beatles Tentacion
Joy division. I love Ian Curtis.