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    I MUST see them live in 2016...

    ...before they die or finally call it a day...again.

    There aren't many on my MUST see in 2016, last chance saloon list, because I've seen all the big names I wanted to see, with the exception of these, who will be touring as follows in 2016:
    Deep Purple including Rainbow material
    Ian Anderson - the Jethro Tull opera.

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    I sure wish I could see Iron Maiden, but I'm not sure if they're touring or if they're coming here.

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    Iron Maiden.

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    Yeah, IRON MAIDEN....never saw them....definately a bucket-list band for me.

    Add Frank Marino to my bucket-list guitarists too.

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    Yeah.. I think I'll catch him if he comes remotely close to me.. Never know when he will pack it in and stop touring..

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    I already have tickets for:

    Glenn Hughes (Never seen him and is a bucket list artist for me).
    Marillion

    Peter G mentioned Ian Anderson. He is coming 45 minutes from me in April, but I am still on the fence about going. The last time I saw him (a few years ago) it was a bit underwhelming. Still, every tour could be the last one, so maybe I will go.

    Would love to see the final Black Sabbath tour and the Maiden tour, but the closest they are coming to me is Chicago / Detroit, and they are not dates that work well for me, so probably not in the cards.

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    don't know if I'll be able to make this show, but I'd sure like to

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    I already have tickets for:

    Glenn Hughes (Never seen him and is a bucket list artist for me).
    Marillion

    Peter G mentioned Ian Anderson. He is coming 45 minutes from me in April, but I am still on the fence about going. The last time I saw him (a few years ago) it was a bit underwhelming. Still, every tour could be the last one, so maybe I will go.

    Would love to see the final Black Sabbath tour and the Maiden tour, but the closest they are coming to me is Chicago / Detroit, and they are not dates that work well for me, so probably not in the cards.
    Fortunately being in the UK they are headlining Download along with Rammstein. Tickets for that was a no-brainer for me.

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    Won't happen since he doesn't perform live but....Scott Walker

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    I am fortunate that I have seen almost everyone I ever wanted to see. The only exceptions are bands that disbanded and never had a proper reunion such as Montrose and the one act I have at the top of my list this year, ELO. Already have tickets to Glen Hughes who I have never seen before though did have tickets to see him with Sabbath but he left and was replaced by Ray Gillen before they made it to town.

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