Man, oh man, November 11 is a huge day in Blimp history for legendary names at the Civic Center! Queen, Jimmy Page and Fleetwood Mac all came to rock Portland’s biggest indoor venue on Veteran’s Day over the years.
We're celebrating a huge moment in New England rock history. Today marks the 45th Anniversary of Aerosmith making their live debut at a high school. I love the fact that a band that went on to be America's best selling rock band, got their start like most bands playing the first gig at a teenage dance.
29 years ago this week, David Lee Roth brought his Eat 'Em and Smile tour to Portland. Unfortunately, there are no quality live recordings from the Diamond Dave solo era. Fortunately, the band that opened at the Civic Center on November 2, 1986 was Cinderella.
Mötley Crüe played their last ever show in Maine and on the East Coast at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on Sunday Rocktober 18. After over 30 years and over 100 million records sold all over the planet, the heavy metal superstars are saying goodbye. They played their first Maine concert opening for Ozzy Osbourne on January 10, 1984 at the Civic Center in Portland.
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