1. Grateful Dead at the Laguna Seca recreational area in Monterey, California.
    What a long strange trip is was from New Mexico and back.
  2. Jimmy Cliff at the Paolo Solari Amphitheater in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
    "Many Rivers to Cross" was transcendent in the beautiful night air under a million stars.
  3. David Byrne in the Paolo Solari amphitheater in Santa Fe, New Mexico
    Why you should always be the lead singer - you can do new material and still rock "Burning Down the House."
  4. UB40 at the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon.
    Watching a young boy singing along to "Can't Help Falling in Love" the same week it was #1 proved to me the power of music.
  5. Rolling Stones in the Sun Bowl, El Paso, Texas
    50,000 people is just enough to get a good sing along going.
  6. Train at the Isleta Amphitheater in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    This was three concerts in one: Gavin Degraw, The Script and Train. Watching the New Mexico sunset, dancing, laughing - it had it all.