I'm going with SRV, Doors, Beatles, and Hendrix as well. I have been a very fortunate individual and seen a ton of awesome concerts in my day. Wiltern theater Los Angeles best place I've ever seen for a concert. Opening act Doors, Main Hendrix guest appearance SRV.
Never did get to see those four however.
Concerts I've seen
BB King with Ray Charles
Stones x 3
Kinks x 7
Proco Harum x 3 (very under rated)
The Band x3 (Once with Bob Dylan)
Little River Band
Almond Brothers (Brothers & Sisters tour)
Jose Flisiono (sp)
Steve Miller x2
Deep Purple x2
Steven Curtis Chapman x2
Country Joe and the Fish (give me an "F" !!!)
Hewey Lewis and the News x2
Blues Brothers (Steve Martin King Tut tour)
Best Concert: Stones Ronnie Woods first tour with them
Worst Concert: Fletwood Mac (they actually played before Deep Purple) they both sucked that night.
(turned down chance to see Beatles at Dodger stadium when I was about 10 or 11.)
Most fun concerts: almost all the Kink's concerts
Best guitar: I've heard in person: Almond Brothers lead Dicky bates cleanest/fastest guitar I've ever heard (tuff call vs Led zep lead)
Best drummer: Lez Zep (guy who died forget his name John Bontom?)
Best bass: Billy Wyman Stones
Best rhythm: Keith Richards (nobody else even close)
Best Piano: Bruce Horsby
Best Vocal performance (Deep purple, I couldn't believe he could sing Space Truckin at the same octives as the studio version)
Best entertainer: Ray Davies of the Kinks
Most energy: Bruce Springstein
Groups I would never again pay to see: Fleetwood Mac (no talent), Steve Millier (way too short a concert felt cheated second time I saw them) and Deep Purple (short concert too messed up on drugs).