You've seen them live: oh boy! Matthew Sweet, Frank Black, the B-52s, Cyndi Lauper, U2, David Byrne, Tina Turner, NKOTB, Tiffany, Tommy Page, Bush, No Doubt, Tool, Sonic Youth, Dwight Yoakam, REM, Tori Amos, Nanci Griffith, Spice Girls, Snoop Dog, Weird Al, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Vince Gill, Howard Jones, Culture Club, Human League, Duran Duran, Stevie Nicks, I'm sure I'm forgetting some.
Tell us the following: I really miss being able to go to concerts. Music is such a huge part of my life and when I hear that Crowded House is in town or that I miss seeing Radney Foster for five bucks because I can't take my kids, I feel sad.
The best artist you've seen perform live and the worst: (from a musical standpoint)
Best is probably Tool or maybe Human League surprisingly
Worst was likely the B-52s at River Stages a few years back. That was embarassing.
The concert with the worst audience:
No doubt the last one I saw: the B-52's at Chastain Park in Atlanta. All of the old conservative Park Ticket holders wanted us to sit down and stop dancing. Some people threw ice. Some kept asking me to sit down (which is not unruly but it's a concert for crying outloud... not a movie theater) and some people even beat up the guys who were sitting next to me. I escaped unharmed luckily.
The most expensive concert and the least expensive:
That's hard to say. Most expensive was probably U2 (how much did that cost Jaime?) and least was all of the ones I didn't pay for because some boyfriend paid for the tickets.