Most Memorable Concerts You've Attended

Neil Diamond in Chicago (1970?), Led Zeppelin in LA (1975), Donna Summer at Greek Theatre (1985?) Michael Jackson Thriller Tour in LA, Eagles 2005 at Honda Center in OC. Neil Diamond was one of my first concerts, Led Zeppelin had 4th row center seats and my ears were ringing for 4 days, nobody sat down for a minute during Donna's performance-she was incredible, Michael Jackson- need I say more? and The Eagles put on a most amazing show with some of the best harmonies you will ever hear!
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Most Memorable Concerts You've Attended

What was the most memorable concert you've been to, and what it made it so special?

Johnny Cash played UCPAC on 10/23/93, and it was an amazing show! Seeing him standing just behind the curtain, waiting to go on, was incredible. The Man In Black will always be a legend.
Music Midtown Festival in 2017. The line-up was insane and I was able to enjoy it with great friends who had never been to a festival before. The energy and excitement of that weekend is one I will not soon forget!
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What songs would not be nearly as good without a Saxophone component?

One of my all time favorite songs would never be the same without the sound of a sexy, wailing saxophone 🎷 on the opening of Bob Seger's classic, "Turn the Page". It grabs your attention from the very first note, in a way that only Alto Reed could and did for 40+ years. Not many songs have ever grabbed my attention from the opening rift, but there's something about the way Alto played that sax, that immediately set the mood for what I, and many others, considered to be one of Bob Seger's best songs. I felt so lucky that I got the chance to see him one final time on Bob Seger& the Silver Bullet Band's final tour. You could not tell that Alto was battling stage 4 colon cancer during that tour, he sounded the best I've ever heard him. It was a true shock when they announced his death.
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Indie music

I love Indie.
But I like the style of music called indie from the 80s and 90s, not whether a band is on an independent label or not. Labels like Sarah Records and Heaven Records I call indie labels as they never went all corporate.
But it's the indie sound like The shop Assistants, Talulah Gosh and The Fat Tulips.
Reddit winds me up cos their Indie pages are all about no-label bands and individuals and tbh, most of the music is awful! (My opinion. You might like it. Good. Don't argue)
So where's the Indie on here then?? 🌼
Hi Eliza, you will find Indie mixed into our different playlists, for example, "The Seattle Scene" for the 90's. In addition, we always are open to putting more artists into our playlists and, if you have blog or video ideas for us on artists you love, let us know and we will definitely look at including them!
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Indie music

I love Indie.
But I like the style of music called indie from the 80s and 90s, not whether a band is on an independent label or not. Labels like Sarah Records and Heaven Records I call indie labels as they never went all corporate.
But it's the indie sound like The shop Assistants, Talulah Gosh and The Fat Tulips.
Reddit winds me up cos their Indie pages are all about no-label bands and individuals and tbh, most of the music is awful! (My opinion. You might like it. Good. Don't argue)
So where's the Indie on here then?? 🌼
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