I've had music on the brain over the weekend. This was aided by misreading the card catalog at the local library. Mistakenly, I ordered "The Show I'll Never Forget", edited by Sean Manning. The sub, 50 writers relive their most memorable concertgoing experience pretty well tells the story, and what a stories they are.
The writers, most of whom you've heard, cover 60+ years of concert tales, each in 3 or 4 pages. The artists, all of which you've heard, many whom you wouldn't expect, range chronologically from Miles Davis in Buffalo New York in 1955, to Metric in SF, 2005.
For the most part, the band is irrelevant to the story, its the backstory that is more interesting. I'd give it a solid B. Maybe nothing you want to pay full retail for, but a good yarn none the less.