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I love music. Sure there are some styles I don’t like and some artists I would never even consider hearing, but for the most part, I can’t get enough of the many artists and songs that fill my iPod.

While I was born in 1988 (one of the worst times for music in my mind), my parents’ tastes in music have always had me clamoring to hear a little bit of the oldies that once filled their generation’s heads and hearts in the past.

Led Zeppelin, The Who, The Beatles and Simon and Garfunkel have always made themselves a staple in my music library, and while I do listen to plenty of music from artists today, there is something I will never get to experience with these older artists that thousands of others got a chance to relish — seeing them in concert.

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