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What Artist (Living or Dead) Would You Want to See on Tour?

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band recently played the final show of their tour in Buffalo, but is it the last time we'll see ever them? Springsteen sure made it sound like a goodbye saying, "The E Street Band has come thousands of miles tonight to be here one last time — for a little while." I'm wondering exactly what "a little while" means . . . Was this possibly their swan song?! I would've loved to have been there. They reportedly played for three and a half hours, so I'm sure it was an epic show.

It got me thinking about all of the acts I'd like to catch someday before they go the way of the E Street Band — and a few I wish I could see (at least in a dream world), e.g. Neutral Milk Hotel before they split, the original Weezer lineup, and the most obvious, The Beatles.

So chime in and tell me: which artists (living or dead) would you want to see on tour?

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aerofan69 aerofan69 6 years
Aerosmith, The Doors (Jim Morrison man!), Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Van Halen with David Lee Roth, Bon Jovi back in the 80's with long hair and awesome rock and roll not the lame soft country songs they do now
jennaboa jennaboa 6 years
Dead: Jeff Buckley, Freddie Mercury, Edith Piaf, Deano, original Metallica, original Pink Floyd Living: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Pink Floyd, Mika, White Stripes
jennaboa jennaboa 6 years
Dead: Jeff Buckley, Freddie Mercury, Edith Piaf, Deano, original Metallica, original Pink FloydLiving: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Pink Floyd, Mika, White Stripes
lillis lillis 6 years
the Doors, Janis Joplin, Nirvana and foo fighters
eastcoastgirl eastcoastgirl 6 years
JEFF HEALEY FLEETWOOD MACSTEVIE RAY VAUGHN DAVE MATTHEWS BAND JIMI HENDRIX ALLMANN BROTHERS BANDJANIS JOPLIN PUDDLE OF MUDDJIM CROCE SEETHERLED ZEPPELIN THEORY OF A DEADMAN
eastcoastgirl eastcoastgirl 6 years
JEFF HEALEY FLEETWOOD MAC STEVIE RAY VAUGHN DAVE MATTHEWS BAND JIMI HENDRIX ALLMANN BROTHERS BAND JANIS JOPLIN PUDDLE OF MUDD JIM CROCE SEETHER LED ZEPPELIN THEORY OF A DEADMAN
Miss-Shapes Miss-Shapes 6 years
Living: Radiohead, over and over again. Broken Social Scene Dead: Jeff Buckley, Johnny Cash, Marvin Gaye
Miss-Shapes Miss-Shapes 6 years
Living: Radiohead, over and over again. Broken Social SceneDead: Jeff Buckley, Johnny Cash, Marvin Gaye
divinedebris divinedebris 6 years
Queen, The Who, Cream, David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Cash...oh there is more, I'm sure of it but I can't think of them at the moment.
NurseKimberly NurseKimberly 6 years
Chris Ledoux & Western Underground
biarose biarose 6 years
Nirvana and ABBA.
biarose biarose 6 years
Nirvana and ABBA.
Allyace Allyace 6 years
Living: Radiohead; Dead: Jeff Buckley
gd101 gd101 6 years
Of course The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Doors, Rolling Stones & many more!!!
lizlee89 lizlee89 6 years
The Beatles, Elvis, Frank Sinatra (any of the crooners, really - Dino, Bing Crosby, Bobby Darrin, Sammy Davis Jr.), Johnny Cash, Ella Fitzgerald, The Jackson Family, Queen, The Velvet Underground, The Who, Van Morisson!!!!!! There are so many...
graldi19 graldi19 6 years
Def Zeppelin!!!
graldi19 graldi19 6 years
Def Zeppelin!!!
bethiesny bethiesny 6 years
Harry Chapin.
bethiesny bethiesny 6 years
Harry Chapin.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 6 years
The Cure, Black Flag, Ministry , Siouxsie circa 1989 Led Zep, Queen, The Who...with all the original members. Skinny Puppy circa 1990 Now? i want to see Placebo, Depeche Mode,
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 6 years
The Cure, Black Flag, Ministry , Siouxsie circa 1989Led Zep, Queen, The Who...with all the original members.Skinny Puppy circa 1990Now? i want to see Placebo, Depeche Mode,
myfairlady93 myfairlady93 6 years
There aren't any classic bands I would want to see. But I would love to see Neutral Milk Hotel, Arcade Fire, Radiohead, and Coldplay, who I saw this summer and it was an absolutely amazing concert.
mndmay mndmay 6 years
I couldn't agree more with the poster above: The Beatles (the later years) and/or Janis Joplin.
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