Everyone else is doing it, and it seems like a nice sidebar to recent Music Friday posts about concerts.
First concert: Judy Collins, Berkeley Community Theater, March 4, 1967.
Last concert: Sleater-Kinney, Fox Theater, Oakland, November 17, 2019.
Best concert: Bruce Springsteen, Winterland, San Francisco, December 15, 1978.
Worst concert: Edgar Winter, San Diego, September, 1975. Brother Johnny was also on the bill, but we left before he came on. Sound was awful, so I can't really say how good/bad Edgar was.
Loudest concert: Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Cow Palace, San Francisco, October 22, 1978. This was the concert filmed for the movie Rust Never Sleeps.
Seen the most: Bruce Springsteen (36 times), Sleater-Kinney (17 times), Lou Reed (a lot), Prince (6), Pink (6), The Clash (5).
Most surprising: Probably an opening act, since by definition I didn't expect much out of them. Examples that come to mind: Rockpile (1979 opening for Blondie), The Gossip (2000? opening for Sleater-Kinney), Matt Nathanson (2006 opening for Pink at the Fillmore).
Next concert: Whatever it is, I fear it will be virtual.
Wish I could have seen: Elvis Presley, '68 Comeback Special sit-down session.