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|02-23-2020, 08:33 PM||#1|
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who will be first 6 consecutive decades live artist!
With Neil young announcing he will tour this year he could be my first 6 decade artist.
Currently these artist I've seen in last 5 decades
Peter Gabriel (ex:78,80,86,93,02,16(others))
Phil Lesh (tour but don't really care to see him)
Greg Allman (D)
John McLaughlin (not touring anymore)
Roger Waters (playing MSG in August but not going $$$)
Anyone go any artist, then again if you saw them in the 60's your already there.
|02-23-2020, 10:56 PM||#2|
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Re: who will be first 6 consecutive decades live artist!
Oh boy! That's impressive.
The best I can manage is the Rolling Stones for four consecutive decades beginning in 1972 and ending in 2003.
The Rolling Stones had played London, Ontario on 26 April 1965 but at the age of thirteen I wasn't interested at the time. Just as well that I didn't go because their concert at 4500-5000 seat capacity Treasure Island Gardens turned into such a mob scene/riot that the police cut the power after a number of songs and that was that.
I wanted to see the Stones at the Olympia in Detroit on 24 November 1969 but the mechanics of making such a trip made it simply untenable for me.
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