So, I can't even recall all the shows but here are some that I do remember being at. This may date me, as if I care but some that I saw (mostly at MSG) were: Bad Company Pink Floyd (several tours) Led Zep Aerosmith Tull Queen Boston Fleetwood Mac Blue Oyster Cult Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes (London, England) Springsteen Ray Charles (in Stamford, CT) Allman Brothers in the mid 70's (can't recall where) Santana (ditto) ELO (ditto) Sly & The Family Stone (somewhere in NYC) Steve Miller Band Elvis Costello (somewhere in NYC) Al Green First go 'round I forgot, but these too: Rare Earth (at a dive bar in Lauderdale) CDB aka Charlie Daniels Band (thx to KokiB for jogging my memory on that one) KC & The Sunshine Band (when they were hot, and dang nobody stopped dancing) The Traamps (in OCMD the summer I waited tables at The Embers) Donna Summer Sinatra (NYC) Miles Davis War Loudest: Led Zep holy crap my ears took a beating, Bonham's 45 minute drum solo wtf Funkiest: Sly & The Family had everyone on their feet the whole show Most Danceable: Sly Lamest: Blue Oyster Cult they should have just let everyone in with bongs to hit it and then sit around & nod off Nuttiest: Southside Johnny came out drunk, was so hammered he couldn't sing even one song & after missing several lead-ins he then started staggering around the stage, heaving amps at his own bandmates until security came out & literally dragged the star of the show offstage; that was the end of the show without even one song being played by the headliner & no refunds were given; audience responded with a massive cascade of debris aimed at the stage; there were many subsequent brawls in the venue & on the streets outside. And of 'em all, Brutha Ray was far & away the most incredible musical performance. Kick myself for missing: Bob Marley and too many other greats. What's your list?