I remember my first concert was Foreigner. That was when they had standing room only and the place was packed! I didn't know I was claustrophobic until that night. But, my most favorite one was Bonnie Raitt. She gave a great show, interacted with the audience and sang her heart out!
Well, I am going to date myself here. Here is goes. The concert that stands out most for me is when Frank Zappa and his Mothers of Invention were at the Edgewater Inn , in Seattle Oct. of 1970, terrfic!
The best one that I have gone to so far was probably Eagles of Death Metal and Peaches. I had never seen a crowd so hyped and happy and dancing and no fighting what so ever. Outkast was pretty fun too except for being squished up against the barrier.
I hate to admit it, but I've never been to a rock concert. I just didn't have the money for them when I was young enough to enjoy them, now that I have the money, I'm not interested. I don't even listen to Rock music anymore, so I wouldn't know who to go see.
I've only been to two concerts in my life. Green Day and Morrissey, both were awesome. Although my favorite was definitely Morrissey's because I'm a big fan of his even if I do love Green Day a lot. I grew up on Morrissey's music so there's nostalgia mixed in there. Also, the center he played at was probably 1/4 the size of Green Day's and we were pretty damn close to that stage. It was awesome. The only downside was that the fans were the rudest (and drunkest) sons of bitches I've ever ran into. I'd think you'd find more rude people at a Green Day concert but I was dead wrong, apparently.
Huh? Signature? What's going on with that signature?
Porcupine Tree at the Nokia Theater in Times Square was unbelievable. The opening act had Robert Fripp in it(this was last October and I can't remember for the life of me what the name of this old-man duo was), and PT was just incredible. The first half of the show was them playing the majority of Fear of a Blank Planet(before it was released), and the other half was old stuff(most off of Deadwing and In Absentia, but I can't complain).