Elton John and Joe Walsh at Dodger Stadium, 1975.
Yes, but us old folks grew up with amazing music. On a side note, as a rare So Cal Hockey fan of 40 years I have a both a wooden and aluminum signed Gretzky hockey sticks and a Grant Fuhr signed goalie stick. Hated the Oilers!!!Iron Butterfly? Are you kidding me! Awesome...
I feel positively youthful reading this thread! Mine was Def Leppard, 1983 in the Edmonton Coliseum (the same building the Edmonton Oilers won 5 Stanley Cups in... back when we, you know, had a team worth anything). I was 12. My Mum took me.
Love Link Wray!What a cool venue.
I saw Muddy Waters w/The Youngbloods there in 1966 or so and also saw The Grateful Dead
there when they were still Pig's band. Might have been their first East Coast shows. Summer of '67.
My first real rock show was Link Wray and the Wraymen in the basement of a church in Annandale, Va when JFK was still President.
Unfortunately due to technical difficulties Link was unable to use his prototype AxeFX for more than a couple of tunes.
"Jack The Ripper" was spectacular.
Yeah, Nazareth here aswell. 80 or 81 I should say. They did a small tour and ended up in northen Sweden at one point. Very few people, no security, we just could walk backstage and say hi to the guys. Good times, good times!Deep Purple/Nazareth 1976