It was Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods. They sang "Billy Don't be a Hero" - I think it was their one hit wonder (haha). I think (pretty sure) - Christine Nelson Tyrel's mom took us, and Teresa Bond went too (I think).
I didn't see another concert until I went once with Roger before we were married 75-76.......... Can't even remember who we saw. Except I remember smelling Marijuana for the first time at the concert. Dang!?! Who was it? I have no idea...........I'll have to ask him. It was at the Salt Palace too. That is the only venue for concerts when I was growing up. Probably the one I remember most, and loved the most was Eddie Rabbit, in the rain, at the State Fair Park. Manda was only a few months old (April to Sept), and we sat in the grandstand, and listened, and sang, and when he played I LOVE A RAINY NIGHT, it was so awesome because it was raining. There was a couple in front of us who were making out so hot and heavy they had to leave.......... wow !
Early in the 80's we went to 2-3 Alabama Concerts with the Rich's. One was at USU in Logan (The Spectrum?) They were great. Alabama was AWESOME !!
*I've been writing a bunch of different memories (maybe I'll share some more on this blog) - Ann Cannon (LaVell Edwards' daughter) who is a writer for the SL Trib, and who I follow on FB, sends out a "subject" every day or so. I stop what I'm doing when I see it, and WRITE. It's been awesome :)