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Mythos
12-15-2012, 08:32 PM
Rory Gallagher (3) times
Lynyrd Skynrd (Pre-plane crash)
Supersister (Ron van Eck)
Clash (Joe Strummer)
Hawkwind (w/ Robert Calvert)
Lords of the New Church (Stiv Bators)
Camel (2) times (Peter Bardens)
T-Rex (Marc Bolan)


There is probably more...still thinking...

Jay G
12-15-2012, 08:42 PM
Just off the top of my head but probably mnay more.

Joe Strummer
Ronnie Montrose
Randy Rhoads
SRV
Kevin Dubrow
Ronnie Dio
Gary Moore
Danny Gatton
Eric Carr
Cliff Burton
Cozy Powell
Jerry Garcia
Allen Collins
John Entwistle
Jaco Pastorious
Frank Zappa

Forgot some many of which I see on other folks lists
Layne Staley
Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
Jon Lord
Ray Gillen
Robin Crosby
Joe C
Benjamin Orr
Robert Hazard
Steve Clark
Michael Hedges

Rune Blackwings
12-15-2012, 09:00 PM
Huw Lloyd Langton
Jason Stewart (Hawkwind)
Mike Dunford
Mary Travers

progeezer
12-15-2012, 09:11 PM
Jim Morrison
Keith Moon
John Entwistle
Janis Joplin
Jimi Hendrix
John Cippolina
Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
Tim Buckley
Tim Hardin
Gram Parsons
Keith Relf
Frankie Lymon
Jerry Garcia
Rod McKernan (Pigpen)
Frank Zappa
Arthur Lee
Bob "Bear" Hite
Alan Wilson
Paul Butterfield
Mike Bloomfield
Johnny Ace

Since I don't know a lot of the supporting players in a lot of these bands, and since I'm old and have probably forgotten some, that's what I remember:).

Joe F.
12-15-2012, 09:12 PM
Frank Zappa
Randy Rhoads
gary Moore
Dio
Supersister
Renaissance- Michael Dunford
Cozy Powell
The Ox
Montrose
Bon Scott
Jon Lord
Andrew Wood (Mother Love Bone)
Lane Stayley (Alice In Chains)
Peter Bardens (solo)

progeezer
12-15-2012, 09:15 PM
Joe reminds me that I forgot Dunford, Lord & Bardens:lol.

Also Alberto Bonomi (DFA), Gary Strater (Starcastle), John Panazzo (Styx)

mogrooves
12-15-2012, 09:37 PM
Weird thread:

Rock Division:


Rory Gallagher
Camel
T-Rex (Marc Bolan)
Jim Morrison
Keith Moon
John Entwistle
Janis Joplin
Jimi Hendrix
John Cippolina
Tim Buckley
Keith Relf (Yardbirds & Renaissance)
Jerry Garcia
Rod McKernan (Pigpen)
Frank Zappa
Arthur Lee
Bob "Bear" Hite
Alan Wilson
Paul Butterfield
Mike Bloomfield
gary Moore
Jon Lord

John Lennon & George Harrison (Beatles)
Brian Jones
Duane Allman (& Berry Oakley)
Dennis & Carl Wilson
Boz Burrell & Ian Wallace (KC)
John Bonham
Levon Helm, etc. (The Band)
Randy California & Ed Cassidy (Spirit)
Steve Marriott (Humble Pie)
Jimmy Dewar (Robin Trower)
Ric Grech (Family & Blind Faith)
Terry Kath (CTA)
BJ Wilson (Procol Harum)
Ravi Shankar

etc.....

polmico
12-15-2012, 10:12 PM
Derek Bailey
Peter Kowald
Bill Doss of Olivia Tremor Control
Jimmy Carl Black with the Grandmothers

Skeptrick
12-15-2012, 10:31 PM
Pip Pyle
Ed Cassidy
Randy California
Magdalena Hagberg
Brent Mydland (Grateful Dead)

Brian Griffin
12-15-2012, 10:37 PM
Rick Wright
Jerry Garcia
John Dawson (NRPS)

BG

Joe F.
12-15-2012, 10:38 PM
^^^^
I forgot about:

Pip Pyle
Hugh Hooper
Elton Dean

Saw them all at the Progman Cometh fest in Seattle.

Also:

Pierre Moerlen
Mickey Jones (Man)

Bake 1
12-16-2012, 12:21 AM
Sonny Sharrock
Miles Davis
Frank Zappa
Sam Rivers
Hugh Hopper
Marc Bolan
Pip Pyle
Michael Hedges
SRV
Elton Dean
Tom Cora
Fred Anderson
Elvin Jones
Snakefinger

jake
12-16-2012, 12:24 AM
Rockers:
The original Lynyrd Skynyrd - even hung out with them after the show at their hotel
Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy
Jimmy Dewar - of Robin Trower Band
Kelly Groucott and Mike Edwards - of the ELO

Jazzers:
Dewey Redman
Ed Blackwell
Eddie Moore
Fred Hopkins
Sun Ra
Jim Pepper
Makanda Ken McIntyre
Paul Motian
Rev Frank Wright
Muhammad Ali
Rashied Ali
Lester Bowie
Don Pullen
Julius Hemphill
John Gilmore
Hilton Ruiz
John Stevens

HealthyNational
12-16-2012, 01:00 AM
Frank Zappa. Jerry Garcia. Rick Wright. Pip Pyle. Pete Bardens. Pierre Moerlen. Freddy Mercury. Hugh Hopper. Alan Gowan. Stevie Ray Vaughn. Jaco Pastorious. T. Lavitz. Mick Karn. John Entwistle.

mogrooves
12-16-2012, 01:45 AM
Sonny Sharrock
Miles Davis
Sam Rivers
Michael Hedges
Elvin Jones
Dewey Redman
Ed Blackwell
Fred Hopkins
Sun Ra
Paul Motian
Rev Frank Wright
Rashied Ali
Lester Bowie
Don Pullen
Julius Hemphill
John Gilmore

Brubeck
Monk
Ellington
Basie
Mingus
Sonny Stitt
Gene Ammons
Hank Mobley
Carter Jefferson
Max Roach
Jeanne Lee
Woody Shaw
Frank Lowe
Billy Higgins
Don Cherry
Steve McCall
Junior Cook
John Hicks
Ronnie Matthews
Pepper Adams
Bob Berg
Joe Pass
Milt Jackson
John Lewis

Oh, hell, too many.....

GuitarGeek
12-16-2012, 01:46 AM
Stevie Ray Vaughan (on the same bill as Jeff Beck!)
I saw The Who three times when John Entwistle was still with us (also saw Entwistle's solo band in 96)
I saw Rick Wright with Pink Floyd on their last tour in 94
I saw Pip Pyle play with both Gong and Hatfield And The North
I saw Jerry Garcia and Vince Welnick with The Grateful Dead twice in 90 and 91
I believe the keyboardist who played with Hawkwind at NEARfest is no longer with us
I saw The Outlaws on that first reunion tour they did in 2003 or 2004, I think it was, a few years before Hughie Thomasson died
I saw Allen Woody perform with The Allman Brothers Band twice, once with Blue Floyd, and once with Gov't Mule
I saw Brad Delp on the last Boston tour before he passed away, in 2004, I think
I saw Carl Wilson and possibly Dennis Wilson (knowing this was not too long before he passed away, I'm not sure if he was still touring or in what capacity if he was) play with The Beach Boys in 82, I think it was.
And I saw Doug Walker several times with Alien Planetscapes and a couple other groupings.
Also saw Louis Boone play with Born To Go two or three times
Saw Huw Lloyd-Langton last year (or the year before?) when he toured with Brainticket and Nektar

Calabasas_Trafalgar
12-16-2012, 02:15 AM
Jim Hendrix, Keith Moon, Ed Cassidy, Mel Pritchard, Wooly Woolstenholm, Keith Relf, Peter Bardens, Steve Marriott, Greg Ridley, Randy California, John Entwistle just way to many others it's sad to have to think of this way.

progeezer
12-16-2012, 02:59 AM
There are several more I had forgotten about, particularly all the late jazz musicians.

Coltrane
Miles
Lionel Hampton
Tito Puente
Dizzy
James Moody
Brubeck

Dave (in MA)
12-16-2012, 03:43 AM
Zappa, [Lynott, Moore, Mercury alll at the same show], Entwistle, Glascock, Garcia, Mydland.

Trane
12-16-2012, 04:18 AM
Pip Pyle
Ed Cassidy
Randy California
Magdalena Hagberg
Brent Mydland (Grateful Dead)

Had no idea :O


^^^^
I forgot about:

Pip Pyle
Hugh Hooper
Elton Dean

Also:

Pierre Moerlen
Mickey Jones (Man)

That's part of my list

I won't make mne (list)... too depressive

Rarebird
12-16-2012, 06:17 AM
Kayak - Pim Koopman

iguana
12-16-2012, 06:30 AM
off the cuff...

stuart adamson (big country – my first ever concert in 1986)
cozy powell (w./ black sabbath in 1989)
ronnie james dio (1990)
daryl sweet (nazareth, 1990, 1993)
richard wright (pink floyd, 1989, 1994)
kurt cobain (nirvana, 1992)
jon lord (deep purple, regularly btw. 1991-1999)
kelly groucutt (ELO, 1992, 1994)

can't think of anyone else right now. they will all be missed.

Jerjo
12-16-2012, 06:38 AM
Rory Gallagher and John Bonham are the only two that come to mind.

BravadoNJ
12-16-2012, 08:00 AM
Richard Wright
Dan Fogelberg

ajcmixer
12-16-2012, 09:12 AM
Jerry Garcia - While it was a shock at the time, it really wasn't. He had been going downhill for quite some time before he died and sometimes i wondered how he was still alive. Still, before his time.

Dan Fogelberg - not that there is an "age" in death but he went far too young. The irony is in that he fought for our Mother Earth well before its "time" and Mother Earth took him well before his time.

Brent Mydland - continuing a tragic trend for Grateful Dead keyboardists, his participation made me the DeadHead that I am. Talk 'bout way young, 37. Sad. Sometimes the demons win...:(


Jaco Pastorious - another one who couldn't get past his demons and yet another that went too young.

Richard Wright - What a gentleman, he shined on that last Gilmour tour.

Danny Federici - another gentleman.

Clarence Clemons - ditto.
Dee Murray & Bob Birch (of the Elton John Band)
Michael Hossock
Duck Dunn
Mark Craney
Ben Orr
Howie Epstein
Norton Buffalo
John Entwhisle
Warren Zevon
Ian Dury
Cozy Powell
Vince Welnick
John Glascock
Keith Knudsen
&
Michael Dunford - and though there is no living emotion in death per se, this one hurts the worst personally, especially after the totally triumphant presentation of Novella and the new stuff. The 2nd coming of Renaissance only to screetch to a totally unexpected halt. May they all RIP...

And, wow, my list went from the original three that I posted on to nearly twenty-five after a multitude of editing after looking at other posts/lists. How the heck am I still alive? God is good, God is great.

Peace,
Alex

mozo-pg
12-16-2012, 09:22 AM
Keith Richards

walt
12-16-2012, 10:10 AM
Far too many:

Steve Lacy
Art Blakey
Sirone
Earl Hines
Hank Jones
Mary Lou Williams
Frank Hewitt
Walt Dickerson
Leroy Jenkins
Charles Tyler
Maryanne Amacher
Rashied Ali
Ed Blackwell
Willem Breuker
Jaki Byard
Woody Shaw
Jimmy Lyons
Marion Brown
John Tchicai
Sultan Khan
Ali Akbar Khan

Richard
12-16-2012, 10:49 AM
Michael Dunford
Dee Murray (Elton John band)
Freddie Mercury
Jerry Garcia
John Entwistle
Nina Simone
Ravi Shankar (on the PG Secret World Tour)
Kevin Gilbert
Clarence Clemons
Danny Federici
Linda McCartney
Magdalena Hagberg (Par Lind Project)
Paul Young (Mike and the Mechanics)
J.J. Belle (Fish 1997 Sunsets on Empire tour)

kid_runningfox
12-16-2012, 11:36 AM
Pip Pyle (had long conversation with him at the bar, post-gig, too. Bloody nice bloke)
Elton Dean
Hugh Hopper
Ronnie James Dio
Gary Moore
Huw Lloyd Langton (once with the Lloyd Langton Group, once with Hawkwind)
Jon Lord (with Deep Purple, 1987)

Fracktured
12-16-2012, 11:42 AM
Jim Morrison
Keith Moon
John Entwistle
Janis Joplin
Jimi Hendrix
John Cippolina
Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
Tim Buckley
Tim Hardin
Gram Parsons
Keith Relf
Frankie Lymon
Jerry Garcia
Rod McKernan (Pigpen)
Frank Zappa
Arthur Lee
Bob "Bear" Hite
Alan Wilson
Paul Butterfield
Mike Bloomfield
Johnny Ace

Since I don't know a lot of the supporting players in a lot of these bands, and since I'm old and have probably forgotten some, that's what I remember:).

We have a winner. I wish I'd had seen Jimi and Jim Morrison myself. You saw the greats in their prime. I envy you.

nsmith1002
12-16-2012, 12:34 PM
D. Boon (Minutemen) 12 days before his death. Being in the pre-internet days, I did not find out about it until 3 months later.

Jerry Garcia
Brent Mydland (Grateful Dead) 8 days before he died in July 1990

Danny Joe Brown & Duane Roland (Molly Hatchet)

John Panozzo (Styx)

No Pride
12-16-2012, 12:59 PM
Coltrane

Aw man, you saw Coltrane, Steve?! You lucky geezer!!!!

As I go through this thread, I'm seeing a lot of names of musicians I've seen that have passed on. I'll compile a list when I have time to do so.

meimjustalawnmower
12-16-2012, 02:32 PM
Just off the top of my head...

Alex Chilton
Allen Collins
Andrew Gold
Andy Kulberg
Ben Keith
Ben Orr
Billy Powell
Billy Preston
Bob Mayo
Boz Burrell
Brad Delp
Brent Mydland
Carl Wilson
Cassie Gaines
Clarence Clemons
Cliff Davies
Cozy Powell
Dan Fogelberg
Danny Federici
Danny Joe Brown
Daryl Sweet
Dave Van Ronk
David Byron
Davy Jones
Dennis Wilson
Duane Roland
Duck Dunn
Faron Young
Frank Zappa
Frankie Toler
Freddie Mercury
Gary Moore
George Harrison
George McCorkle
Glen Buxton
Hubert Sumlin
Hughie Thomasson
Ian Dury
Ian Stewart
Jack Ryland
Jaco Pastorius
James Dewar
Jeff Healey
Jerry Garcia
Jesse Ed Davis
Jim Capaldi
Jimmie Spheeris
Jimmy McCulloch
Jo Jo Billingsley
Joe Beck
John Bonham
John Entwistle
John Glascock
John Martyn
John Panozzo
John Siomos
Jon Lord
Keith Knudsen
Keith Moon
Laura Nyro
Leon Wilkeson
Levon Helm
Linda McCartney
Link Wray
Lonesome Dave Peverett
Lowell George
Mark Craney
Mel Taylor
Michael Dunford
Michael Hossack
Mick Ronson
Morris Pert
Nicky Hopkins
Norton Buffalo
Phil Lynott
Randy Jo Hobbs
Ravi Shankar
Richard Manuel
Rick Danko
Rick Wright
Ricky Wilson
Robert Palmer
Rod Price
Ronnie Dio
Ronnie Hammond
Ronnie Van Zant
Rory Gallagher
Sid Vicious
Steve Gaines
Steve Marriott
T Lavitz
Terry Kath
Tommy Bolin
Tommy Boyce
Tommy Caldwell
Toy Caldwell
Waylon Jennings
Warren Zevon
Willy DeVille

progeezer
12-16-2012, 02:42 PM
Just off the top of my head...

Alex Chilton
Allen Collins
Andrew Gold
Andy Kulberg
Ben Keith
Billy Powell
Billy Preston
Bob Mayo
Boz Burrell
Brad Delp
Brent Mydland
Carl Wilson
Cassie Gaines
Clarence Clemons
Cliff Davies
Cozy Powell
Danny Federici
Daryl Sweet
Dave Van Ronk
David Byron
Davy Jones
Dennis Wilson
Duck Dunn
Faron Young
Frank Zappa
Frankie Toler
Freddie Mercury
Gary Moore
George Harrison
George McCorkle
Glen Buxton
Hubert Sumlin
Hughie Thomasson
Ian Dury
Ian Stewart
Jack Ryland
Jaco Pastorius
James Dewar
Jeff Healey
Jerry Garcia
Jesse Ed Davis
Jim Capaldi
Jimmie Spheeris
Jimmy McCulloch
Jo Jo Billingsley
Joe Beck
John Bonham
John Entwistle
John Glascock
John Martyn
John Panozzo
John Siomos
Jon Lord
Keith Knudsen
Keith Moon
Laura Nyro
Leon Wilkeson
Levon Helm
Linda McCartney
Link Wray
Lonesome Dave Peverett
Lowell George
Mark Craney
Mel Taylor
Michael Dunford
Michael Hossack
Mick Ronson
Morris Pert
Nicky Hopkins
Norton Buffalo
Phil Lynott
Randy Jo Hobbs
Ravi Shankar
Richard Manuel
Rick Danko
Rick Wright
Ricky Wilson
Robert Palmer
Rod Price
Ronnie Dio
Ronnie Hammond
Ronnie Van Zant
Rory Gallagher
Sid Vicious
Steve Gaines
Steve Marriott
T Lavitz
Terry Kath
Tommy Bolin
Tommy Boyce
Tommy Caldwell
Toy Caldwell
Waylon Jennings
Warren Zevon
Willy DeVille

An old music quote seems to apply here, "What you lack in quality, compensate for with volume":p;):D

meimjustalawnmower
12-16-2012, 02:51 PM
An old music quote seems to apply here, "What you lack in quality, compensate for with volume":p;):D
Dude, you can't say that there's no quality on that list! That there is a who's who of dead folks. Don't get snobby just because you saw Hendrix. ;):p

BTW, there's prolly more. I'll edit as they come to mind.

progeezer
12-16-2012, 03:10 PM
Snobby? :lol Yeah, that's me.

I've forgotten a shitload myself, Tom.

meimjustalawnmower
12-16-2012, 03:27 PM
I've forgotten a shitload myself, Tom.

Hey, your list is already proof that size doesn't matter. I'd hate to see what you forgot. :) :O

I grew up attending concerts when you were probably busy raising a family. The thing that I felt most daunting as I was compiling my list is that the deceased are starting to outnumber the living.

Jay G
12-16-2012, 03:58 PM
The more folks post their lists the more I realize I have seen or realize are no longer with us.


Brad Delp
Brent Mydland
Clarence Clemons
Dan Fogelberg
Danny Federici
Danny Joe Brown
Davy Jones
Duck Dunn
Hughie Thomasson
Jeff Healey
Jesse Ed Davis
Jim Capaldi
John Panozzo
Leon Wilkeson
Linda McCartney
Lonesome Dave Peverett
Norton Buffalo
Rod Price
T Lavitz

m.k
12-16-2012, 04:31 PM
I've seen these dead people:

Don Van Vliet
Frank Zappa
Keith Moon
John Entwistle
John Bonham
Rick Wright
Rory Gallagher
Freddie Mercury
Freddie King
James Dewar
Ronnie James Dio
Link Wray
Jerry Garcia
Mary Travers
Joe Strummer
Lux Interior
James Honeyman-Scott
Pete Farndon
Will Shatter (Negative Trend/Flipper)
Ricky Williams (Flipper/Sleepers/Toiling Midgets)
Ron Stringer (Fibonaccis)
Vince Welnick (Tubes)
Dudes from Lynyrd Skynyrd
Dudes from The Outlaws
G.G. Allin

R. Totale III
12-16-2012, 05:23 PM
Many listed above, across a variety of genres. And Muddy Waters.

kid_runningfox
12-16-2012, 06:23 PM
We have a winner. I wish I'd had seen Jimi and Jim Morrison myself. You saw the greats in their prime. I envy you.

I wouldn't if I were you - you need to remember that Geezer's three centuries older than the rest of us to have seen that lot!! ;)

progeezer
12-16-2012, 06:53 PM
And you will be attending shows long after my ashes have been scattered, and I will get to miss all the future flavors of the day! Oh snap!

Forgot about Brad Delp:lol.

PeterG
12-17-2012, 06:10 AM
Keith Richards

Do you know something we don't?


Ray Charles
Freddie Mercury
Mercer Ellington (fronting the Duke Ellington Big Band)
Rick Wright
John Entwistle
Donald "Duck" Dunn

PeterG
12-17-2012, 06:18 AM
An old music quote seems to apply here, "What you lack in quality, compensate for with volume":p;):D

You must be joking!

If you don't think my shortlist from that long list is quality then I don't know what you would consider quality.

Clarence Clemons
Cozy Powell
David Byron
Frank Zappa
Freddie Mercury
Gary Moore
George Harrison
Ian Dury
John Bonham
Jon Lord
Phil Lynott
Rick Wright
Ronnie Dio
Rory Gallagher
Waylon Jennings

JKL2000
12-17-2012, 07:15 AM
Warren Zevon

Have to think about others...

davis
12-17-2012, 08:16 AM
Freddie Mercury (3 times)
Dave Peverett (2)
Rod Price (2)
Levon Helm
Richard Manuel
Dennis Noda
Howie Epstein

Harbottle
12-17-2012, 04:48 PM
Esbjorn Svensson - at Coventry jazz featival in 2005
Mickey Jones (Man) - at Coventry Jazz festival
hugh Hopper with Soft Machine Legacy - also at Coventry Jazz festival
Ian Campbell (British folk singer who died a few weeks ago)
John Martyn
Rick Wright
Davy Jones (With all four Monkees)

yogibear
12-17-2012, 07:39 PM
people seen live:
ben orr
phil lynot
ronnie dio
rory gallagher
ronnie montrose
james dewar
brad delp
randy california capt. kopter era

The Silent Man
12-17-2012, 08:17 PM
Hmm, good question, let me think back...

Tommy Bolin and Jon Lord (Deep Purple)
Frank Zappa
Cozy Powell (Rainbow)
Ronnie Dio (Rainbow, Sabbath and Dio)
Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy and Grand Slam)
Randy California and Ed Cassidy (Spirit)
Bon Scott (AC/DC)
Stuart Adamson (Big Country)
Kelly Johnson (Girlschool)
Gary Moore
Tim Hart (Steeleye Span)
Rick Wright (Pink Floyd)
John Mylett (Rage - as immortalised on the Marillion track Milo)
Micky Jones and Clive John (Man)
Bob Calvert (Hawkwind and Solo)
How Lloyd Langton (as above)
Scott Columbus (Manowar)
Darrell Sweet (Nazareth)
Randy Rhoads (Ozzy)
Paul Samson (Samson)
John Entwistle (The Who)

Jubal
12-17-2012, 09:17 PM
Lynyrd Skynyrd -1st appearance in a larger than bar venue, opening for Focus at The Omni in Atlanta. Saw them twice more before the plane crash.
Marshall Tucker Band with Toy Caldwell (The Georgia Jam)
Uriah Heep with David Byron and Gary Thain on Sweet Freedom, WonderWorld, and Return To Fantasy tours.
Todd Rundgren's Utopia -The "Utopia Theme" concert with Moogy Klingman

Dave (in MA)
12-17-2012, 10:53 PM
Originally Posted by mozo-pg
Keith Richards
Do you know something we don't?
Seen a picture of the guy in the last 25 years?

3RDegree_Robert
12-17-2012, 11:33 PM
Kevin Gilbert THUD tour Tramp's NYC 1995

Mr. Grizzly Bear
12-17-2012, 11:46 PM
Willie Bobo
Tito Puente
Stephane Grapelli
Ian Wallace (with 21st Century Schizoid Band)
Jaco Pastorious
Joe Zawinul
T Lavitz (with Dixie Dregs)
Mick Karn
Ron Stringer and Tom Corey with The Fibonaccis
Morris Pert with Brand X
Louie Bellson

80s were ok
12-18-2012, 12:08 AM
Too many to think of...and would rather not.

Ten Thumbs
12-18-2012, 01:11 AM
Steve Marriott
Billy Preston
Robert Palmer in Vinegar Joe
John Glascock
Rick Wright
John Martyn
some of Skynyrd
Rory Gallagher
Rick Danko, Richard Manuel, Levon Helm
think I saw John Rutsy
Peter Bardens
Phil Lynott
Dennis Wilson, Carl Wilson
Robert Kirby
Linda McCartney
Andrew Gold
Roy Orbison
Moon and Entwhistle
Jerry Garcia
Buzz Shearman
Warren Zevon
Buddy Rich
Domenic Troiano
Kate McGarrigle
Long John Baldrey
Waylon Jennings
Ben Keith
Shannon Hoon
Donald 'Duck' Dunn
Billy Cowsill
FZ
others

Rand Kelly
12-18-2012, 03:12 AM
Rory Gallagher (3) times
Lynyrd Skynrd (Pre-plane crash)
Supersister (Ron van Eck)
Clash (Joe Strummer)
Hawkwind (w/ Robert Calvert)
Lords of the New Church (Stiv Bators)
Camel (2) times (Peter Bardens)
T-Rex (Marc Bolan)


There is probably more...still thinking...

Terry Kath
Robert Calvert
Peter Bardens(solo,never with Camel)
Frank Zappa

and I think that's it.

Lino
12-18-2012, 12:04 PM
There's tons of em, but I'll just mention one that I don't believe has been listed yet:

Jerry Fuchs - drummer for Maserati
Dynomite young American drummer who was a pure joy to watch. Died tragically from a fall down an elevator shaft. RIP :(

walt
12-18-2012, 12:23 PM
Doug Walker(Alien Planetscapes)
Arthur Rhames
Hans Reichel

Gruno
12-18-2012, 12:33 PM
Kevin Gilbert THUD tour Tramp's NYC 1995

Nice! Wish that tour was documented better.

zombywoof
12-18-2012, 01:02 PM
Micheal Dunford...

FrippWire
12-18-2012, 02:50 PM
I'm certain I'll forgot a bunch of them but here's what I can remember:

Frank Zappa
Sun Ra
Tom Cora
Joe Zawinul
Stevie Ray Vaughan
John Entwistle
Jerry Garcia
Ronnie James Dio
John Bonham
Mick Karn
Jimmy Carl Black
Ronnie Montrose
Hans Reichel
Joe Strummer
John Martyn
Ray Charles
Brad Delp
John Lee Hooker

spellbound
12-22-2012, 08:45 PM
jan berry
richard berry
gene clark
allen collins
papa john creach
rick danko
john dawson
doug dillard
spencer dryden
michael dunford
jerry edmonton
mike edwards
john entwistle
jerry garcia
lowell george
john glascock
kelly groucutt
john hartford
richie hayward
levon helm
bob hite
t. lavitz
jon lord
richard manuel
keith moon
pat paulsen
dave peverett
billy powell
rod price
doc watson
leon wilkeson
rick wright
ronnie van zant
frank zappa

progeezer
12-22-2012, 08:53 PM
Alan's list reminded me that not only did I see "Lonesome" Dave Peverett (w/Savoy Brown on the Raw Sienna tour in 1970), but a friend of mine and I took Dave & Roger Earl fishing & toking on a Maine lake for about 4 hours when they played in Lewiston, where I was living & playing.

Yves
12-24-2012, 08:15 AM
I'd have to think about it...Some that come to mind:

Dave Brubeck
Ronnie James Dio
Layne Staley
Steve Clark (original Def Leppard guitarist)

elliottnow
12-24-2012, 02:25 PM
Cliff Burton
Kevin Dubrow
Robbin Crosby (Ratt)
Layne Staley
Steve Clark
Jerry Garcia
Brent Mydland
Allen Woody
Eric Carr
Rick Wright

Henry Krinkle
12-24-2012, 02:27 PM
Frank Sinatra

Henry Krinkle
12-24-2012, 02:47 PM
also,

Levi Stubbs (Four Tops)
Entwistle
Michael Dunford (just recently heard, shocking, first saw Renaissance in 1977)
Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson
Levon Helm
Terry Kath-Chicago
Rick Wright
Magdelena Hagberg--Par Lindh Project
Brad Delp
Danny Federici
Clarence Clemons
Duck Dunn
Linda McCartney

Rufus
12-24-2012, 03:40 PM
Saw:
Cozy Powell with Rainbow
Entwistle
Bonham
Lynott
Alex Harvey
Gary Holton
Steve Clarke
Jon Lord
Paul Young
Bon Scott
Gerry Rafferty

walt
12-24-2012, 03:44 PM
Frank Sinatra

I forgot i saw Sinatra at The Sands in Vegas, circa 1965/66(?)with my family.

Rufus
12-24-2012, 05:01 PM
No one saw Elvis ?

Henry Krinkle
12-24-2012, 05:28 PM
I forgot i saw Sinatra at The Sands in Vegas, circa 1965/66(?)with my family.

bastard. I saw him on what I think was his last big tour, 1990 I think, but he could still bring it.

However, just saw McCartney at age 70 a month ago and it just blew me away.

spacefreak
12-25-2012, 04:32 AM
Alex Harvey
Rory Gallagher
Ronnie James Dio
Huw Lloyd Langton
Razzle (Hanoi Rocks)
Paul Gardiner (Tubeway Army)
Tracey Pew (Birthday Party)
Tommy Keiser (Krokus)
Phil Lynott
Paul Butterfield
John Cipollina
Sun Ra
Stiv Bators
Johnny Thunders
Miles Davis
Euronymous (aka Řystein Aarseth)
Dead (aka Per Yngve Ohlin)
Kurt Cobain
Tom Cora
Darell Sweet (Nazareth)
Ian Dury
Joey Ramone
Dee Dee Ramone
Johnny Ramone
Joe Strummer
Paul Baloff (Exodus)
Fad Gadget (aka Frank Tovey)
Robert Heaton (New Model Army)
Pip Pyle
Arthur Lee
Yulyus Golombeck (Embryo, Spacebox)
Kelly Johnson (Girlschool)
Michael "Destructor" Wulf (Sodom)
Lux Interior
Dickie Peterson (Blue Cheer)
Tim Hart (Steeleye Span)
Rowland S. Howard (Birthday Party, Crime and The City Solution)
Mary Hansen (Stereolab)
Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson (Throbbing Gristle, Psychick TV, Coil)
Jhonn Balance (Coil)
Gary Moore
Scott Columbus (Manowar)
Michael "Wurzel" Burston (Motorhead)

KGHofSF
12-25-2012, 04:22 PM
That I can remember offhand

Frank Zappa
Muddy Waters
John Lee Hooker
Albert Collins
Sun Ra
Buddy Rich
Gil Scott Heron

and Charles Brown

(must be more but I'm drawing a blank)
regards
KGH

malterb
12-25-2012, 04:33 PM
My very first concert at the Aragon Ballroom in 1978 is the most memorable:

Thin Lizzy (Phil Lynott)
AC/DC (Bob Scott)

But many others some come to mind include

Ronnie James Dio (Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Solo)
Danny Joe Brown (Molly Hatchet)
Brad Delp (Boston)
Steve Clark (Def Leppard)
Randy Rhodes
John Lord
Lonesome Dave Peverett (Foghat - I got to interview him around 1984 - a really nice guy)

Henry Krinkle
12-25-2012, 11:06 PM
no Karen Carpenter fans?

No Pride
12-28-2012, 11:12 AM
I had to browse through other people's lists to compile my own:

Jimi Hendrix
Mitch Mitchell
Noel Redding
Jaco Pastorius
Frank Zappa
Jon Lord
Michael Brecker
Jerry Garcia
John Cippolina
John Bonham
Joe Pass
Miles Davis
Freddy Mercury
T. Lavitz
Dave Brubeck
Jeff Healy
Albert King
Dickie Peterson
Barney Kessel
Jimmy Smith
Tony Williams

cupwonder
12-28-2012, 12:02 PM
One that comes to mind, though not a musician--I saw Bill Hicks the year before he died. Glad I was able to.

Ten Thumbs
12-28-2012, 12:12 PM
Tiny Tim

philsunset
12-30-2012, 01:12 PM
Some of the same names here as on other posts

Joe Zawinul
Jaco Pastorious
Tony Williams
Larry Young
Rahsaan Roland Kirk
Paul Motian
Sun Ra

Some Detroit area musicians
Rob Tyner, Fred "Sonic" Smith, Michael Davis (MC5)
Ron Asheton, Dave Alexander (The Stooges)
Rusty Day, Greg Arama (Amboy Dukes)
Glen Buxton (when Alice Cooper was here) I ran their lights one night

Laura Nyro
Don Van Vliet
3 from Badfinger-Pete Ham, Tom Evans, Mike Gibbins
Boz Burrell
Ian Wallace
B J Wilson
John Martyn
Randy California
Ed Cassidy
Keith Moon
The Ox
Rick Wright
Tim Mooney
Michael Dunford
Pip Pyle
Kevin Gilbert

RIP

Bucka001
12-31-2012, 07:18 AM
I've actually performed onstage with a few (Bo Diddley [several times], Junior Wells, Kent Henry [old Steppenwolf gtrst]) and opened for a few (Albert Collins, Albert King).

Shadow
12-31-2012, 09:31 PM
I had to browse through other people's lists to compile my own:

Jimi Hendrix
Mitch Mitchell
Noel Redding
Jaco Pastorius
Frank Zappa
Jon Lord
Michael Brecker
Jerry Garcia
John Cippolina
John Bonham
Joe Pass
Miles Davis
Freddy Mercury
T. Lavitz
Dave Brubeck
Jeff Healy
Albert King
Dickie Peterson
Barney Kessel
Jimmy Smith
Tony Williams

You never saw Weather Report. Both Joe and Jaco were in the show I saw.

Shadow
12-31-2012, 09:43 PM
T. Lavitz
Drummer from the 21st Century Schizoid Band
Keyboard player from the fusion band that played at Nearfest
Charlie Byrd
Pip Pyle
Hugh Hopper
Shawn Lane
Lionell Hampton (I guess he's dead)

No Pride
01-01-2013, 02:27 PM
You never saw Weather Report. Both Joe and Jaco were in the show I saw.
I didn't. I saw Jaco touring the "Word of Mouth" album.

Lino
01-03-2013, 04:04 PM
Joe Zawinul (Weather Report)
Miles Davis
Lars Hollmer (Sammla Mamas Manna)
Sun Ra
Roy Buchanan
Jerry Fuchs (Maseratti)
John Lee Hooker
Michael Brecker (Steps)
Frank Zappa
Dizzy Gillespie
Hugh Lloyd Langton
Muddy Waters
Frankie Venom (Teenage Head)
Michael Dunford (Rennaisance)
Alberto (DFA)
Pierre Moerlin (Mike Oldfield)
Morris Pert (Mike Oldfield)
Stan Getz

I'm sure I'll think of more...

Deano
01-07-2013, 06:09 AM
Danny Federeci
Clarence Clemons
Freddie Mercury
Mel Galley
Rick Wright
Gary Moore
Ronnie James Dio
Cozy Powell
Jon Lord

Shadow
01-07-2013, 06:20 AM
I may have seen Morris Pert if he was with Brand X on tour in the 70's.

bob_32_116
11-01-2015, 08:30 AM
John Denver.

Carl and Dennis Wilson, with the Beach Boys.

I can't think of anyone else I've seen who has later carked it, at least not anyone who was the main attraction. I believe at least one member of Elton John's original band (Dee Murray) has passed on, and I've seen Elton in concert several times so I probably heard Murray play at least three times.

progeezer
11-01-2015, 10:20 AM
Jim Morison
Janis Joplin
Keith Moon
John Entwistle
Jimi
Alan Wilson (Canned Heat)
John Cippolina
Laura Nyro
Phil Ochs
Steve Marriott
Pip Pyle
Otis Redding
Buddy Holly
Brian Jones
George Carlin
Richard Pryor
Innumerable African-American Doo-Wop vocalists
Richard Farina
Timothy Leary (not exactly a concert:lol)
Alan Ginsberg (dancing on a table with my 1st wife!)
Eddie Cochran
Tim Buckley
Alvin Lee
Chris Wood
Jim Capaldi
Richie Havens
Jack Bruce
Jaco Pastorius
Joe Zawinul
Lionel Hampton
Tito Puente

More I'm sure, but I'm tired:).

The Dark Elf
11-01-2015, 01:00 PM
Alvin Lee
Steve Marriot
Ronnie Montrose
Richard Wright
Mick Ronson
Stevie Ray Vaughan
B.B. King
Muddy Waters
Albert Collins
John Lee Hooker
Randy Rhodes
Ronnie James Dio
Cozy Powell
Jon Lord
Jimmy Dewar (Robin Trower)
John Glascock (Jethro Tull)
Glen Buxton (Alice Cooper)
Michael Hedges
Lonesome Dave Peverett
Jaco Pastorious

I must add Chris Squire because someone mentioned the omission on a following post. Good lord! I completely forgot!

bob_32_116
11-01-2015, 01:10 PM
A progressive music forum, and no one has yet mentioned Chris Squire. Amazing.

progeezer
11-01-2015, 01:29 PM
A progressive music forum, and no one has yet mentioned Chris Squire. Amazing.

:doh True dat!

I forgot Frank (both MOI & post-MOI), Lonesome Dave P (who I spent an afternoon toking and fishing with along with Roger Earl when Savoy Brown played in Maine in 1970), Dizzy Gillespie & James Moody together & Michael Dunford.

I suspect there'd be more if I went back & read from post #1. Nah.

bob_32_116
11-01-2015, 01:38 PM
^^ the list of people that progeezer has played with is larger than the list of people I have even seen. :(

The Dark Elf
11-01-2015, 01:39 PM
A progressive music forum, and no one has yet mentioned Chris Squire. Amazing.

Seeing how many times I've seen Yes, I am at a loss as to how I forgot Squire. I will have to blame it on -- :beer

bob_32_116
11-01-2015, 01:49 PM
Seeing how many times I've seen Yes, I am at a loss as to how I forgot Squire. I will have to blame it on -- :beer
Yes a mug of hot cocoa will do that to you. ;)

No Pride
11-01-2015, 02:01 PM
A progressive music forum, and no one has yet mentioned Chris Squire. Amazing.

That's because until you unearthed this thread today, nobody has posted on it in almost three years. Now that it's back, it needs significant updating.

NogbadTheBad
11-01-2015, 02:31 PM
Alvin Lee
Richard Wright
Stevie Ray Vaughan
B.B. King
Freddie Mercury
Phil Lynott
Chris Squire

bob_32_116
11-01-2015, 03:20 PM
That's because until you unearthed this thread today, nobody has posted on it in almost three years. Now that it's back, it needs significant updating.
Hmmm, that may have something to do with it.

progeezer
11-01-2015, 05:04 PM
Chronology, happenstance & where I lived (NYC/LA/SF) until I came here to Madtown in 1971 are responsible for all those names.

Vic2012
11-01-2015, 05:14 PM
Jon Lord. RIP. Saw him with Deep Purple in 2001.

Garden Dreamer
11-01-2015, 05:36 PM
Freddie Mercury and Phil Lynott... at the same show!!!

Also Chris Squire, Terry Kath and Charlie Tumahai (bassist for Be Bop Deluxe)

EDIT: and Buddy Rich! A free noontime show at Roosevelt Field Mall indoors after playing Atlantic City the night before.

GuitarGeek
11-01-2015, 09:30 PM
A progressive music forum, and no one has yet mentioned Chris Squire. Amazing.

Well, Chris was very much with us with this thread originally appeared 3 years ago. But yeah, I saw him a bunch of times.

And of course Daevid Allen, I saw him play solo a couple times and several times with Gong (and of course there was the Gong Family Unconvention back in 2006)

There's also Ronnie James Dio, who I saw play with Dio (on the same bill as Scorpions and Deep Purple) back in 2002, and then again with Heaven And Hell just a few short months before he passed.

And I know there's Banco Del Muteo Succorso's singer, who passed away last year, I think. Saw them twice at NEARfest. DIdn't someone from PFM (who I also saw at NEARfest) also recently pass away just recently too?

English folk guitar legend John Renbourn also passed away recently, I saw him play with Jacki McShee at a nice little jazz club down the street from my house.

2steves
11-01-2015, 10:47 PM
Some of the same names here as on other posts

Joe Zawinul
Jaco Pastorious
Tony Williams
Larry Young
Rahsaan Roland Kirk
Paul Motian
Sun Ra

Some Detroit area musicians
Rob Tyner, Fred "Sonic" Smith, Michael Davis (MC5)
Ron Asheton, Dave Alexander (The Stooges)
Rusty Day, Greg Arama (Amboy Dukes)
Glen Buxton (when Alice Cooper was here) I ran their lights one night

Laura Nyro
Don Van Vliet
3 from Badfinger-Pete Ham, Tom Evans, Mike Gibbins
Boz Burrell
Ian Wallace
B J Wilson
John Martyn
Randy California
Ed Cassidy
Keith Moon
The Ox
Rick Wright
Tim Mooney
Michael Dunford
Pip Pyle
Kevin Gilbert

RIP

this is a good list and of course Chris Squire
But I really miss laura Nyro live---was brokenhearted when she died young.

zombywoof
11-01-2015, 10:54 PM
Micheal Dunford (Renaissance)

Digital_Man
11-01-2015, 11:21 PM
Nathan Mahl- Guy Leblanc (at first Nearfest)

Jack Bruce - Opening for the Moody Blues in 1988

Chris Squire with YES 9 times (the last show didn't have him and neither did ABWH but every other time I've seen YES he was there).

The Who- John Entwistle - I only saw the Who once and that was in 1989 at Giants Stadium in NJ

Banco- at Nearfest- The lead singer died a year and a half ago or so.

There are a few other performers who I have seen at Nearfest that are no longer with us including the keyboardist from DFA and the female lead singer from the Par Lindh Project but I don't remember their names.


I think that's about it.

Digital_Man
11-01-2015, 11:26 PM
Looking through the last few pages I realize I forgot Pip Pyle who played a Nearfest pre show with Hatfield and the North.

mnprogger
11-02-2015, 12:32 AM
John Panozzo (Styx)
Jon Lord
John Entwistle
Billy Preston
Brad Delp
Maynard Ferguson
Magdalena Berg (Par Lindh Project, Nearfest)
Davy Jones
Bill Doss (The Apples in Stereo)
Clarence Clemons
Alberto Bonomi (DFA, Nearfest)
Richard Coughlan (Caravan, Nearfest)
Michael Dunford
Ben Curtis (School of Seven Bells)
George Duke
Francesco Di Giacomo (Banco, Nearfest)
Rudolfo Maltese (Banco, Nearfest)
Chris Squire

Koreabruce
11-02-2015, 01:32 AM
Chris Squire (Yes)
Freddie Mercury (Queen)
Cory Wells (Three Dog Night)
Jimmy Greenspoon (Three Dog Night)
Rod Price (Foghat)
"Lonesome" Dave Peverett (Foghat)
Dee Murray (Elton John's band)
Henry Mancini (conducting the Cleveland Orchestra)
Dave Brubeck
Lorin Maazel (conducting the Cleveland Orchestra)
Robert Shaw (conducting the Cleveland Orchestra & Robert Shaw Chorale)

PeterG
11-02-2015, 09:18 AM
Ray Charles
Freddie Mercury
Bert Jansch
Mercer Ellington
Rick Wright

Vic2012
11-02-2015, 10:38 AM
How could I forget Chris Squire? Saw him with Yes twice.

mogrooves
11-02-2015, 10:52 AM
Didn't know Alvin Lee had died, so add him. And, Chris Squire.

Casey
11-02-2015, 11:02 AM
Rick Wright
Michael Dunford
John Glascock
Clarence Clemmons

Rarebird
11-02-2015, 11:09 AM
Eela Craig - Will Orthofer

dgtlman
11-02-2015, 11:35 AM
Let's see if I can remember them all:

Randy Rhodes - Ozzy
John Bonham - LZ
Feddie Mercury - Queen
John Glascock - Tull
Cozy Powell - Rainbow, ELPowell, Sabbath
Tommy Bolin - Deep Purple
Rory Gallegher
Chris Squire - Yes
Richard Wright - Floyd
Ronnie James Dio - Rainbow, Sabbath
John Lord - Deep Purple
Allen Lanier - BOC
Gary Richrath - REO
Dave Peverett and Rod Price - Foghat
Bobby Chouinard - Billy Squier
Bob Mayo - Peter Frampton
Phil Lynott - Thin Lizzy
Boz Burrell - Bad Co.
Gary Moore - Thin Lizzy

I'm sure there's more. Sad ain't it?

No Pride
11-02-2015, 12:19 PM
Didn't know Alvin Lee had died, so add him.

Me neither. I saw Ten Years After open for Steppenwolf. I'd never heard of them at the time (this was before Woodstock), but they blew Steppenwolf off the stage!

A lot of jazz players have passed away in the last couple of years. I'd need a list to update my original post from three years ago, but one who springs to mind is Jim Hall. I saw him twice, once in a duo with Red Mitchell and the other time with a quartet. Brilliant, tasty guitar player he was!

Garden Dreamer
11-02-2015, 12:27 PM
Didn't know Michael Dunford had died, so add him to my short list.

Facelift
11-02-2015, 12:57 PM
James Brown
Dave Brubeck
Andrew Hill
Yes (Chris Squire)

JJ88
11-02-2015, 02:38 PM
Bert Jansch (with Pentangle)
John Martyn (died a matter of weeks after the gig!)

NogbadTheBad
11-02-2015, 02:48 PM
Add Vincent Crane (Atomic Rooster) to my list.

dgtlman
11-02-2015, 03:09 PM
And add Trevor Boulder to my list - Uriah Heep. Clive Burr - Iron Maiden

AncientChord
11-02-2015, 05:57 PM
Jimi Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell, Noel Redding, Jon Lord, Randy California, Ed Cassidy, John Renbourn, Michael Dunford, Alvin Lee, Cozy Powell, Ian Wallace, Rick Wright, George Duke, Billy Preston, Frank Zappa, Huw Lloyd Langton, Buddy Rich, John Glascock, John Bonham, Tim Hart, Morris Pert, Terry Kath, Gil Scott Heron (I was the only white guy in the entire audience!), Lonesome Dave Peverett, Joe Pass, Marc Moreland (Wall of Voodoo), Peter Banks (Sadly forgotten it seems?)

mozo-pg
11-02-2015, 06:34 PM
Keith Richards

progeezer
11-02-2015, 07:06 PM
Keith RichardsFair enough!

So....Iggy Pop Stooge

Vic2012
11-02-2015, 08:25 PM
And add Trevor Boulder to my list - Uriah Heep. Clive Burr - Iron Maiden

Trevor was also a Spider From Mars.

mogrooves
11-02-2015, 08:55 PM
...and these
James Brown


Vincent Crane (Atomic Rooster)


Trevor Boulder

Skeptrick
11-02-2015, 09:46 PM
Sadly the list does keep getting longer, just these in the last couple of years:
Chris Squire
Daevid Allen
Guy Leblanc
Edgar Froese
Francesco Di Giacomo
Rodolfo Maltese

AncientChord
11-02-2015, 10:48 PM
Keith Richards


If we must go there....Genesis RIP (1969 - 1977);)

-=RTFR666=-
11-03-2015, 11:48 AM
:rofl
If we must go there....Genesis RIP (1969 - 1977);)

Dr. Weber
11-03-2015, 09:37 PM
Terry Kath
Elvis Presley
Richie Havens
Johnny Winter
Albert King
Cub Koda
Cozy Powell
Ronnie Montrose
Leslie West and Felix Pappalardi
Charlie Byrd
Tommy Caldwell (of the Marshall Tucker Band)
Alex Harvey
Muddy Waters
Robert Palmer
Ben Orr (of the Cars)
Steve Marriott
Ricky Wilson (of the B-52's)
John Entwistle
Edgar Froese
Billy Preston

and many others.

progeezer
11-03-2015, 09:50 PM
Leslie Weinstein (nee West)is still alive. There are some here who could tell you how I would know that for sure, but I've told the story too often already. Just know that he was a drunken scumbag when he tried to hit on my then-wife with me sitting there. His bandmates in the pre-fame days Vagrants yanked him away thankfully. Now he looks just like me, another old Jewish guy, and it looks like he's lost the weight of a small town, so mazeltov, Leslie, you prick!:D

BravadoNJ
11-03-2015, 10:00 PM
Dan Fogelberg (1987 & 1991)

Yes (Chris Squire)
Pink Floyd (Richard Wright)

Old Boy
11-04-2015, 10:06 AM
I hadn't thought about this before. Yikes!

John Dawson (NRPS)
Tommy Caldwell (Marshall Tucker)
John Hartford
Michael Dunford
Pip Pyle
Pierre Moerlen
Roy Buchanan
Dan Fogelberg
Mark Craney
Jerry Garcia
Keith Godchaux
Frank Zappa
Chuck Greenberg
Joe Zawinul
Jaco Pastorius
T. Lavitz
Mick Karn
Morris Pert
Lars Hollmer
Jack Bruce
Michael Hedges
Spike Biglin (Fireballet)
Chris Squire
Daevid Allen
Francesco Di Giacomo
Edgar Froese

progeezer
11-04-2015, 10:09 AM
:doh

FZ, DiGiacomo, Jerry Garcia

Nijinsky Hind
11-05-2015, 12:41 AM
I got to see Marc Bolan with T.Rex. Last US tour.
jerry garcia
Richie Havens
Rick Wright

Im sure there are more...

Rune Blackwings
11-17-2015, 03:38 PM
Alan Lanier
Daevid Allen

simon moon
11-17-2015, 04:38 PM
Colin Walcott (Oregon)
Jaco (with Weather Report and with The Word of Mouth band)
Zawinul (Weather report and Zawinul Syndicate)
Zappa
Chris Squire (Yes)
Supersister
Francesco and Rodolfo Maltese (Banco)
Camel
Gary Moore
Dunford (Renaissance )
T LavitZ (Dregs)
Kevin Gilbert
George Duke
DFA
Guy LeBlanc (Nathan Mahl and Camel)

dropforge
11-17-2015, 08:02 PM
Edgar Froese
Francesco Di Giacomo
Allen Lanier
Rodolfo Maltese
Chris Squire

Progbear
11-17-2015, 09:25 PM
Chris Squire, Francesco di Giacomo, Rodolfo Maltese, Sacha van Geest, Daevid Allen, Pip Pyle, Doug Ferguson (Yeti).

dropforge
11-18-2015, 11:02 AM
Doug Ferguson (Yeti).

You saw Yeti? Cool!

walt
11-18-2015, 11:55 AM
Walt Dickerson
Mary Lou Williams
Frank Hewitt
Charles Tyler
Steve Lacy
Art Blakey
Milt Jackson
Tito Puente
Willie Bobo
Lester Bowie
Phillip Wilson
Tiny Grimes
Frank Wright
Edgar Froese
Sam Rivers
Doug Walker
Louis Boone
Dizzy Gillespie
Dexter Gordon
Maryanne Amacher
Albert Dailey
John Carter
Frank Sinatra
others, too many others...

Lopez
11-18-2015, 02:28 PM
Let me think:

Ravi Shankar
Skip Battin
Clarence White
John Guerin
Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson
Bob "The Bear" Hite
Don Ho
Rodney Dangerfield
Johnny Winter
Paul Butterfield
Rick Danko
Terry Kath
Jack Bruce
Steve Marriott
Ian McLagan
Trevor Bolder
Michael Dunford
Ed Cassidy
Jon Locke (of Spirit)
Roy Buchanan
Bobby Cotoia (was in Beaver Brown of Eddie and the Cruisers fame)
Guy LeBlanc
Clarence Clemmons
Danny Federici (of E Street band)
Ike Turner
Steve Goodman
Joey Ramone
Johnny Ramone
Dee Dee Ramone
Dennis Wilson
Carl Wilson
Mick Ronson
Wendy O. Williams
Robert Calvert
Ben Orr (of the Cars)
Doug Dillard
Joe Zawinul
Jaco Pastorius
George Duke
and lots of local Boston area punks (Lou Miami, Alpo, Jack Rootoo, B. Wilkinson, Lee Ritter, Barb Kitson, Paul Caruso, Roger Tripp, Kip Korea, etc.)

Lopez
11-19-2015, 06:24 AM
I was lying awake in the middle of the night and started thinking who else:

Jerry Garcia
Rufus Harley
Andy Kulberg (of Blues Project and Sea Train)
Lux Interior
Jeffrey Lee Pierce (of Gun Club)
Joe Strummer
Tim Hardin
Phil Lynott
Vincent Crane (when he was with Dexy's Midnight Runners)
Bob Welch
Willy DeVille
Boz Burelle
Ian Wallace

nycsteve
11-19-2015, 06:44 AM
Zappa, Rick Wright, Kieth Moon, John Entwhistle, T. Lavitz, others Im sure.