Concerts can be some of the most memorable experiences of our lives. Getting the opportunity to see artists perform songs that have become a big part of our past is a special, unmatched moment.

However, like all of us, these musicians and artists are only human, regardless of how invincible they may seem, and each one will eventually pass away. Because of this, sometimes we miss an opportunity to see our musical heroes perform live in concert and after they pass on, never get another chance to see them ever again.

There have been quite a few of my favorite artists that passed on before I got the chance to see them live and while thinking about this, I began to wonder what similar experiences you might have. So, I posted a question on Facebook asking which deceased artist you most regret never seeing perform live and got all kinds of responses.

Artists Grand Junction Regrets Never Seeing Perform Live

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Interestingly, many of the artists mentioned left their biggest mark in the '90s and are part of a large group of artists from that time period that lost their lives entirely too soon. Some of these artists include people like Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley of Alice in Chains, and Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and Audioslave.

The responses were full of other great musicians that left this world too soon including Randy Rhoads, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Wayne Static of Static-X, Eddie Van Halen, John Bonham of Led Zeppelin, and Jimi Hendrix.

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