You have 7 plus months left in 2019 and your Live Concert bucket list is heavier than ever. It has been an amazing site from a Classic Rock 96.1 perspective, to see the number of longtime rockers and spectacular stage performers getting healthy and inspired enough to push themselves back into arenas across the nation just for us.

Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley
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From the unbelievable cinematic success of "Bohemian Rhapsody" came the announcement of a Queen tour that will include Adam Lambert. The need to just get back in touch with fans worldwide prompted the scheduled Iron Maiden, Heart, and Alice Cooper tours.

Even after years of never seeing eye to eye on almost everything, the masters of stage energy Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend agreed to join forces in the studio, as well as announce The Who's 29 city tour back in January.

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

In what should have been the beginning of the end of the Rolling Stones, the soon to be 76-year-old Mick Jagger failed to allow heart surgery to keep him from honoring 17 concert dates, hitting the road to Chicago on June 21. If for no other reason, respect should be motivation enough to dip into that bucket and start giving back a little of what they have done for us over their career.

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

We have done the homework for you below so check out this list and get your tickets and bring us back a t-shirt!

Tour Dates:

May 31- Shinedown, Dos Equis Pavillion-Dallas

June 21- Paul McCartney, Globe Life Park in Arlington

July 2- Dead and Co., Dos Equis Pavillion-Dallas

July 6- Santana/Doobie Bros, Dos Equis Pavillion-Dallas

July 23- Queen, American Airlines Center-Dallas

July 27- Rolling Stones, NRG Stadium-Houston

July 31- Alice In Chains, Dos Equis Pavillion-Dallas

July 31- Alice Cooper, Toyota Music Factory-Irving

August 23- Heart, Dos Equis Pavillion-Dallas

September 7- KISS, CenturyLink Center-Bossier City, Louisiana

September 8- Mark Knopfler, Theatre at Grand Prairie

September 21- Iron Maiden, Dos Equis Pavillion-Dallas

September 23- Phil Collins, American Airlines Center-Dallas

September 27- The Who, American Airlines Center-Dallas

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