October 28, 2009

Which Was the Greatest Performance EVER at MSG?

This is kinda cool, was just sent this info on how people can VOTE for who they think put on the best performance ever at Madison Square Garden:

This JUST ANNOUNCED is the “100 BEST: Vote Down to the Greatest Garden Show of All Time” where you and your readers can vote, interact with other Rock&Roll lovers, and play a role in deciding which Rock Legend put the greatest show on at the World's Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden!

Here's how it works:

Each week, you will get the chance to place your vote and advance your favorite artist/musical group from each decade to the next round of the competition! From rock legends Johnny Cash, Led Zeppelin, Elton John to today's top acts John Mayer, Alicia Keys, The White Stripes and tons more from the  '70s, '80s, '90s, and '00s! Stay tuned each week to see what lineup is revealed for the next decade and if your favorite concert made it to the polls! Fans can vote every day, all day leading up to the February finale, in which MSG will reveal the WINNER of the the greatest Garden performance of all time!

Click here for more details about the VOTEDOWN:   http://msg.com/100best/

Click here to check out the competition and place your vote for the best Garden show of the '70s: http://msg.com/photos/100-best-madison-square-garden-shows-the-1970s/

This week's vote is for the greatest Garden show of the '70s! Polls for the '70s decade, Round 1 End on Sunday, November 8th so get as many votes in as you can NOW!


Jeff said...

I've seen some great shows at MSG. My favorite was probably The White Stripes. Obviously I wasn't lucky enough to experience any of the great performances from the 70s :-(

classicrockforthesoul said...

Wow, Bruce is takin' over!

Of course I had to go with the Mac in '79. Obvi I wasn't around in the '70s and obvi I don't live in NYC... but how cool to have been able to go to some of those awesome shows!!!

Sean Coleman said...

Would have been nice to have been in the crowd at MSG in '73 when they shot "The Song Remains the Same" concert footage.

Barbara(aka Layla) said...

Jeff, that's the one nice thing about being "ole", I was around for some great concerts :)

Classic, I need to check. When I last looked Sly was way ahead!

Sean: two words, No Sh*t. Wow.

rock and roll history said...

I saw the Boss at MSG on the Born in the USA tour in 1985 or 86. (I was a kid. 12 years old or so.)
Since it was the only concert i ever saw there- to me, it was the best.

Barbara(aka Layla) said...

R&R, Cool!!! That was a great show to see at any age! I took my son to see Bruce when he was 11 and he thought it was "okay".

Seano said...

28 minutes of Dazed and Confused complete with a violin bow and Jimmy in his dragon suit, Bonzo and his Gong and the blur of his feet on the bass pedal Robert as the epitome of a golden god, John Paul Jones does No Quarter's spooky intro on keys...1973 Zeppelin...Houses of The Holy Tour...........no contest.

Bond said...

I was at Zeppelin '73; Elton & John '74; Bruce '78

How can the Elton John/John Lennon not be the best?

Dan said...

I agree with Seano. That would have been a snappin gig.

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Anonymous said...

what about The Rolling Stones they performed at MSG I was not at the concert at the time they parformed there but The Rolling Stones are The Worlds Greatest Rock'N'Roll band

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