[quote=“Rightwing_Nutjob, post:7, topic:37963”]
Seriously? Awesome. “Welcome to My Nightmare” tour. I have it on DVD. That graveyard dance in and out of the screen was absolutely one of the coolest things I think I’ve ever seen. Completely jealous.
[/quote]Oh yeah. Awesome shows. I have paid to see 236 concerts, and worked about 60 others. I toured with 11 signed acts, including the first tour of Poison, The Chili Peppers and Cinderella. I also worked some Country Shows, and some R&B stuff, from the early 80s.
Most notably, I saw 4 Pink Floyd Shows, Roger Waters solo, Beach Boys, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Black Sabbath, Richie Blackmore’s Rainbow, The Who, Moody Blues, Alvin Lee and Ten Years After, Jefferson Airplane/Starship, Jack Mac and The Heart Attack, Jeff Beck and Jon Hammer, Robin Trower, 3 Jethro Tull shows, Yes, Deep Purple, Steve Miller, Huey Lewis, Grand Funk Railroad, Black Oak Arkansas, Bad Company, Montrose, Great White, Aerosmith(twice), Z Z Top, Skynard(with Ronnie Van Zandt and Steve Gaines), Chicago, Steppenwolf(reformed), 2 with Elton John(Crocodile Rock days and Goodbye Yellow Brick Road), Crosby Stills and Nash, Buffalo Springfield, Stephen Stills, Paul Simon, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Doobies, George Clinton & P Funk, Temps, Tops, Kool and the Gang, and the list goes on.
I went to the Cal Jams, and Us Festivals. I went to the Dog Days Rock Fest in Atlanta. I also saw Fleetwood Mac, Abba, and Mc Cartney and Wings.
It is all we had to do, when I was a kid.