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Who played at Red Rocks in 1982?

Who played at Red Rocks in 1982?

Talking Heads Concert Setlist at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison on September 5, 1982 | setlist.fm.

What band has played the most at Red Rocks?

Widespread Panic
Red Rocks was one of the favored venues for The Grateful Dead and the venue has become a traditional stop for many subsequent jam bands. Widespread Panic holds the record for the most sold-out performances at Red Rocks with 63 as of June 2021.

Who all played at Red Rocks?

The amphitheater itself has released “Carved in Stone,” three compilation albums of star-studded, never-released performances recorded live at Red Rocks, including Blues Traveler, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jack Johnson, Ani DiFranco, The Roots, Tori Amos, Ben Harper, R.E.M. and The Allman Brothers Band.

Can Diana Ross still sing?

Eventually, Ross went solo and rose to stardom with songs like “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and “Endless Love.” Although she has over five decades of hits, the 77-year-old singer continues to compete with herself. However, she once explained the exact moment she will retire from performing.

Who played Red Rocks in 1978?

Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, Keith Godchaux and Donna Jean Godchaux played the first of two nights at Red Rocks on July 7, 1978 and the band would go on to play the recently designated National Historic Landmark a total of 20 times, last performing on August 13, 1987.

Who played Red Rocks in 1974?

John Denver
John Denver, June 27, 1974 Among the 17 shows Denver played there from 1972 to 1989, his 1974 concerts marked the first time any performer had played four consecutive nights at Red Rocks.

Who played the first concert at Red Rocks?

13. Beatles Red Rocks mania. It can’t be understated how insane it was when The Beatles played Red Rocks on Aug 26, 1964.

Did Pink Floyd play at Red Rocks?

Forming less than a decade ago, the Pink Floyd cover-band hailing from Liverpool returned to Red Rocks for another transcendent performance. The nine-part ensemble immediately entranced the crowd as the famous and haunting chords of “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” enveloped the arena.

Who played at Red Rocks in 1981?

The Moody Blues Concert Setlist at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison on July 1, 1981 | setlist.fm.

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