Sadly, I’ve only been to 3 live shows in my life. The first one was AC/DC in Cleveland in the early ‘80s during their “For Those About to Rock” tour. My friends and I had terrible seats—we were off to the side of the stage, and didn’t have a good view of the band. They had several HUGE cannons for that song, and were very LOUD. I think the opening act was Red Ryder, but I can’t remember.
In the early ‘90s, I saw Pat Travers and Ted Nugent. The only thing I remember about that concert was Ted played a black & white striped PRS. He also shot an arrow at something, but I don’t recall what it was.
i don’t remember the year, but I also saw The Godz when their popularity was beginning to wane. It was just a local nightclub, but it was probably the best show out of the three I saw. It was loud, roudy, and everyone I saw had a good time. By the time the show was over, most of the ceiling tiles were gone.