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 Choose one artist you would like to see live
 Jimi Hendrix 1 16%
 Michael Jackson 1 16%
 Freddy Mercury (Queen) 3 50%
 Amy Winehouse 1 16%
 David Bowie 0 0%
Total votes: 6   Please or register an account to vote.


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Harrietmos

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John Lennon of course. Love all of the others, but multiply all of them time 1000 and that's how much I wanted to see John preferably with the other 3...maybe in the Abby Road days. I did get to see David Bowie in his Serious Moonlight tour. Awesome!
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I know this thread isn't about men in kilts but I was driving yesterday and heard this song on the car radio.  How I ever missed all this I do not know.  I've no doubt Haggie (and all the rest of the world) knows all about this song.  I love it!  I would have liked to have been in Letterman's audience that night and I would like to see the next guys in their kilts too.





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I remember this song! I'd forgotten the video, though.

MEN IN KILTS! Awesome, Ali.
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Of those on the list, first I picked Amy Winehouse. I think she'd have inspired me. Oh, David Bowie would have too, absolutely, with his originality and creativity. I never got into Freddie, but thinking about it now, his concert would probably have (over) stimulated me, too! Had I seen Michael Jackson when his most famous songs were new, no doubt I'd have been quite thrilled.
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One of my favorite sing-a-long songs on the radio.  How did you miss that?  Also?  MTV! in the hay day! 
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