The original Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Rod Stewart (in his younger days).
The Beatles!!! Definitely the Beatles 🎶
Glen Miller. I love that big band era.
Green Day, Meatloaf, Neil Diamond, I have too many to mention lol
Lots, but Billy Joel and Neil Diamond are at the top of the list :)
Spice Girls.. They came to Vancouver in 2007 but i missed it because the tickets sold out super fast the moment they went on sale :( it was all over the news and on the front page of one of the local rags.
Tough question as there's multiple bands out there that would have been great to see so If I had a choice because pretty much most of them now are defunct currently one way or another I would have to choose the grateful dead , pink Floyd , the doors , Jimi Hendrix , Gwar but only with the original singer dave brockie , the germs I bet it would have been awesome to be in one of darbys punker riots , the b****** surfers .Because they were the pioneers of the noise psychedellic resurgence in Texas of the 80s their shows had weird moments like they would always play footage in the background that could range from a tv show or movie playing upside down or backwards to actual gender reassignment surgery footage to actual car crash aftermaths to just plain odd footage like kids with down-syndrome all in top hats ? And that's not even the tip of the bizarre footage shown and then there was the cross dressing and the plus the odd polo rods thrown to the audience a nightmare of a show of on a hallucinogenic I would imagine and finally I would go for a classic more obscure avant garde kind of punk band black randy and the metro squad that picture above is of their lp cover , truly an under-rated group if there ever was one .
Or Tchaikovsky! (Particularly Swan Lake!)
Led zeppelin again seen them in 77
I want to see Rick James with Echooos!