Right on ! I have been so lucky in my life and have seen so many legends that are gone :
Stones ( I'd be embarrased to tell you how many times ) ; Led Zeplin; Humble Pie ; Linda Ronstadt with the Stoned Ponies ( Eagles ) ; Nazareth; Guns & Roses; Santana ; Tina Turner w/stones; The Kinks : ELO; Ted Nugent ; Ufo; Black Sabbath ; Queen; Rainbow ; AC/DC; Fleetwood Mac; Jethro Tull; Eric Clapton; Todd Rudgren; Ringo Starr and Allstar Bands ( always a great show) ; Allman Brothers; Lynard Skynyrd; Bowie; Alice Cooper; Crosby Stills Nash and Young; Beep=Bop Delux; Doctor John; Emerson; Lake and Palmer; Genisis; Journey with Rick Perry; KIZZ in 1976 ? Motley crue; Rick James; Prince; Doobie Brothers; Gary Clark from Texas ( off the hook opened for Stones ) and believe it or not; Frank Sinatra 8 times ( my Dad's Favorite) and Elvis Presley with my mom in Vegas two years before he died to name a few I can "remember" !
I've been very Lucky. I wish I had a Hot Tub Time Machine !
I was outside thinking about the good times and I can't believe I left out Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon Tour in 1972' in Los Angeles and Bad Company's 1st Tour and "Yes" a few times !
I'm blown away I didn't remember the Who Tour in 1975 ( and yes Kieth Moon was their Drummer ) in Los Angeles. Highest energy concert I ever went to in my Life. They were UNREAL. Also saw them on the original Quadrophenia Tour. Mind Blowing Album.
Here's one for you Deathorvictory= URIAH HEEP ! KILLER IN CONCERT ! Awesome band. OMG How could I forget Deep Purple ! I need to stop now before I over-load whats left of my brain !
I couldn't resist adding : Grand Funk Railroad: Foghat ; Steely Dan in early 70's...........they stopped touring for decades and saw again in 90's , Faces with Ronnie Wood and Rod Stewart.