Back to usual, as I continue to look at artists I've seen over the years. I don't think any of these people will end up in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, although you never know about Frampton, and the Carrie/Janet combo from Wild Flag might get in with Sleater-Kinney.
Peter Frampton, Oakland Coliseum, 1975, 1977. I saw Frampton on either side of Frampton Comes Alive. He's always seemed like a decent guy, but my memory is that the earlier show was better and the later show was bloated. Here he is from Oakland in 1977:
Steve Marriott, Winterland, 1976. After leaving the Small Faces, Marriott formed the band Humble Pie that made some noise in the early-70s. Peter Frampton was the lead guitarist in those early days. When I saw him he was opening for Robin Trower, so I didn't pay as much attention to Marriott's set as he probably deserved. Here is Humble Pie with Frampton:
Wild Flag, Bottom of the Hill, Great American Music Hall, Fillmore, 2010, 2011, 2012. During Sleater-Kinney's "hiatus" Carrie and Janet joined forces with Mary Timony and Rebecca Cole in Wild Flag. The first time I saw them was in a teeny club before they had released an album. The second time was in a bigger club after the album had come out. By the third time, they were headlining the Fillmore. Then they just kinda faded out, and soon S-K had returned.