Frank Sinatra made ASU's Sept. 17, 1988 concernt an "Ultimate Event." He worked with Ramone on the 1993 album "Duets."

Chris Martinez, the Associated Press 1993

Fleetwood Mac

Aug. 27, 1977, Arizona Stadium. It was the biggest concert ever held at the stadium: 57,000 people. It would be 32 years before UA officials allowed another stadium concert: Rapper Jay-Z.

Rolling Stones

Nov. 8, 2006, University of Phoenix Stadium. Mick Jagger and the boys wowed 40,000 people in the first-ever concert at the then spanking-new Arizona Cardinals stadium.

Frank Sinatra

Sept. 17, 1988, Arizona State University. Ol' Blue Eyes brought along pals Liza Minnelli and Sammy Davis Jr. for "The Ultimate Event," a concert that hit his career highlights.

Barbra Streisand

March 20, 1986, ASU Sun Devil Stadium. The "Star Is Born" concert promoted her blockbuster rock-opera movie, which was filmed largely in Tucson. Tickets were $3.50.

Elvis Presley

Sept. 9, 1970, Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Some 13,300 people turned out for the show, which kicked off Elvis' first tour since October 1957.

- Selected by Cathalena E. Burch