Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Question of the Day #911

This question is sponsored by the letters T & Y:

If you could go back and attend any concert in history, what musical performance would you experience? Why?



  1. I almost got to go to Woodstock. In talking to people who were there, none of them remember any of it, so I don't care that I didn't get to go!

    I would have liked to have been at the history making Concert for Bangladesh put on by George Harrison, the first concert of it's kind to raise money for relief. Unfortunately very little got to where it needed to go but it opened the door for other concerts to be used to raise money and awareness. (Has there been a concert for Japan?)

  2. I would go back to those all day events like the 1st Lollapalloza, 1st Lillith Fair, Horde Show, Ozz Fest. I don't know much about the 1st Woodstock or Altamont so it wouldn't translate to me well....

  3. Musical ?? I was thinking Broadway show!! OMG
    Where to begin? Camelot? (I think the current version is Kate and William this Friday) Les Mis.., Phanton, Mama Mia!! (What fun was that!)
    Hmmm?? Was the question musical performance? Then I'm OK.

  4. Elvis. He put on great shows and watching the women's reactions was priceless.

  5. I was going to say Woodstock, but Bish has a good point. I'll go with a Beatles concert.

  6. My parents wouldn't let me go to the Us Festival. Can't even remember now what year it was--1982? 1983?--or who was playing, but I remember *really* wanting to go and being sooooo disappointed to miss it.

  7. Mozart's first performance, at the age of six.

  8. Elvis. I just finished his last bio and I am intrigued.


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