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    On My Way Here Grisabella's Avatar
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    Paul Simon with Ladysmith Black Mmbaza
    Clay Aiken
    Buddy Holly
    Dogs have owners. Cats have staff. ;-D

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    Evanescence
    AFI
    Linkin Park

    RoCk On!!!!

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    Beatles
    Stones
    Floyd

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    Don't Worry It's Just Me! falloutbey's Avatar
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    1. Beyonce!!!!!!!!!!!!
    2. Tina Turner
    3. Kelly Clarkson

    Beyonce is my favorite artist so I'd want her to there of coarse! I've seen Destiny's Child in concert and Beyonce puts her all to every song and she puts on the best concerts.Tina Turner is so exciting with her dancing and singing, I'd want to see how her and Beyonce would dance it up! I've seen Tina Turner in concert and she is soo entertaining, soo good! And then Kelly Clarkson toook my breath away when she sang live, I saw her live. She'd be the powerful vocal that would give me chills.

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    caught by the window MasterOfPuppets's Avatar
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    oh man

    1st opening act: Linkin Park
    2nd opening act: U2
    Headliners: \m/ Metallica \m/

    with each of them playing like a 4hr set

    and how about a setlist too
    for Metallica anyway

    in this order

    Ecstasy of Gold
    Battery
    Call of the Ktulu
    Hit The Lights
    For Whom the Bell Tolls
    Anywhere I Roam
    Sanitarium
    The Four Horsemen
    Through The Never
    The Thing That Should Not Be
    Harvester of Sorrow
    Of Wolf and Man
    The Memory Remains
    My Friend of Misery
    Fuel
    Disposable Heroes
    No Leaf Clover
    Ride the Lightning
    Medley of Unforgiven and Unforgiven II
    Fade to Black

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    first encore

    Hero Of the Day
    Enter Sandman
    Master of Puppets

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    second encore

    Nothing Else Matters
    One



    that would be too perfect
    Last edited by MasterOfPuppets; 11-04-2003 at 08:24 PM.

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    Pink Floyd in '94...Division Bell tour. Amazing. Really amazing.

    Harry Chapin in about '74 or 5...or 6...been a while ...lots of families there for some reason. It wasn't a family concert.

    -Randy (who will see Springsteen before he dies )

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    Fantastic Thread!!

    I'm going with a 2 day weekend concert here-

    Sat:
    1. Hendrix
    2. Nirvana
    3. Phish (one of their classic NYE 7 hour sets)

    Sun:
    1. INXS
    2. Pink Floyd
    3. LIVE

    man that would be the best weekend ever- it looks like it would bea gret roller coaster ride looking at that band order...

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    These are some great concerts, everybody!

    MoP, I like yours, of course. That setlist is a bit too perfect.

    Quinn, yours is certainly legendary. Live rocks...I always wonder why they aren't really popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStarSpur
    Pink Floyd in '94...Division Bell tour. Amazing. Really amazing.

    Harry Chapin in about '74 or 5...or 6...been a while ...lots of families there for some reason. It wasn't a family concert.

    -Randy (who will see Springsteen before he dies )
    You know it really would have helped had I read the first post in this thread. I might have actually been on topic then. LOL

    -Randy

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    Mine would be a very strange mix... lol...

    1. Journey

    2. Cher

    3. Buddy Jewell

    :-)
    "He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how."

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