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    Artists You Wish You Could See Live In Concert Together Past And Present

    Two of my all time favorite singers that I wish I could have seen live in concert together? I'll start off with these two legendary singers from my "baby boomer" generation. They were both at the Woodstock Music Festival in 1969 but did not perform together. Two magnificent performances indeed!

    Richard

    Janis Joplin - "Ball And Chain" - live at Woodstock Music Festival in 1969.



    Joe Cocker - "With A Little Help From My Friends" - also live at the Woodstock Music Festival in 1969.

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    Two of my current favorite bands I'd love to see in concert together!

    Sabaton - "Ghost Division" - live at the Polish Woodstock Festival in 2012.



    Nightwish - "Storytime" live at the Wacken Open Air Festival in Wacken, Germany on August 3rd 2013.

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    Two more superb bands which should have played live in concert together! The Moody Blues which I saw every time they played in Phoenix since the early 1970's and Renaissance which I saw here in Phoenix twice in the 1970's as well.

    Richard

    The Moody Blues - "The Other Side Of Life" - official music video version.



    Renaissance - "Ashes Are Burning" - live (audio only) version recorded at Carnegie Hall.

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    Pink Floyd, Dark Side of the Moon all the way up to the last album. Preferably with Roger Waters, but better chance of seeing Andy put a Vega motor in Max.

    Led Zeppelin of course

    Blackfoot

    Mudmen (still can, they are around).

    Smithereens

    Styx again (with original surviving lineup)

    Now a question.. What constitutes a band in concert? The name? Outlaws currently tours only under the fact one of the members played on one song, and the contract gave him the right to use the name. The rest of the band is deceased. Queen? Saw em, and only one from the original band that played the entire show was Brian May, Roger Taylor only played on songs he sang.
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    Hello Mike,

    My idea on this thread is to get folks to post which two bands they'd love to see in their dream live concert. Just like Jeff's thread regarding what's your favorite car build. If you want to pick a band from the 60's and pair them up with a brand new band you like do it! Same with the member lineups, no rules there either!

    In other words there are no rules! Just pick two of your favorite bands from any year, type of music and member lineup that would be your dream live concert and post it here!

    Richard
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