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Oldies But Goldies: Jane Patterson’s Concert List

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(My friend Jane Patterson posted this list of concerts she’s seen several months ago and I thought it was fabulous but not surprising since I’ve enjoyed long conversations about music with Jane -boring to anybody but fanatics!! I’ve asked her several times to post for me but so far she hasn’t but Jane was kind enough to allow me to post her list. Jackson Browne was her first -my bet is she isn’t the only woman who can claim that! -IL)

1) Jackson Browne (first)

2) Grateful Dead
3) Eric Clapton
4) Phish
5) Jerry Garcia Band
6) Galactic
7) Phil Lesh and Friends
8) Merle Saunders
9) Dark Star Orchestra
10) Deep Banana Blackout
11) Steely Dan
12) Percy Hill
13) Ray Charles
14) Wide Spread Panic
15) Allman Brothers Band
16) The Cure
17) David Bowie
18) Big Head Todd
19) U2
20) B52’s
21) Jefferson Airplane
22) Ziggy Marley
23) Ben Harper
24) Jack Johnson
25) Van Morrison
26) G Love and Special Sauce
27) Samples
28) Dave Mathews Band
29) Crosby, Stills and Nash
30) Jethro Tull
31) Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
32) Neil Young and Crazy Horse
33) Who’s The Fat Guy? (best parking lot band ever)
34) NRBQ
35) Bonnie Raitt
36) GWAR (don’t judge until you have experienced it)
37) My Morning Jacket
38) Julio Iglesias
39) Neil Diamond
40) Black Crowes
41) Little Feat
42) Umphree’s McGee
43) Billy Joel
44) Elton John
45) Blues Traveler
46) Dweezl Zappa
47) Max Creek
48) Bruce Springsteen
49) Toots and the Maytals
50) Bob Dylan
51) My Morning Jacket
52) John Brown’s Body
53) Peter Wolf
54) Dave Bruebeck
55) Jeff Beck
56) Steve Winwood
57) Tom Petty
58) Jewel
59) Porter Batiste Stolz
60) Medeski Martin & Wood
61) Addison Groove Project
62) Lenny Kravitz
63) Trey Anastasio
64) Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds
65) The Breakfast
66) The Dead
67) RatDog
68) Buddy Guy
69) UB40
70) 10,000 Maniacs
71) Indigo Girls
72) Melissa Etheridge
73) James Taylor
74) Santana
75) INXS
76) Steve Miller Band
77) KISS
78) Merl Saunders
79) Robert Randolf Family Band
80) Mick Jagger
81) Acoustic Junction
82) Smithereens
83) The Wailers
84) Yellow Man
85) Eek-a-Mouse
86) Burning Spear
87) Rusted Root
88) Paul Simon
89) Traffic
90) Sting
91) The Other Ones
92) The Rolling Stones
93) Bruce Hornsby
94) Experience Hendrix
95) Tenacious D
96) Jethro Tull
97) George Baker Trio

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