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Old 12-05-2022, 02:51 AM
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After Covid started to recede, I made a decision I was going to start doing or buying things instead of saying ďI donít want to spend the money.Ē For example, there were some collectors books I didnít buy, and then 2 years later when I changed my mind, they had doubled or tripled in price. Even prior to Covid, I didnít see Christine and Lindsey on their tour, because I basically took it for granted that there would be more opportunities.

My point is, Iím happy to hear you thought Heart put on a good show. If they ever come within 2 hours of where I live, Iím going to see them! I saw Dolly Parton, I saw Diana Ross, and I have a few more Iíd like to see before itís too late. Kenny Rogers was one I could have seen, and should have, but I didnít. Iíd like to see Pat Benatar, Cyndi Lauper, and some others.
I totally feel the same way. I did catch the BuckVie tour, but I havenít seen Lindsey solo in the past 10 years. There was always some excuse, like work conflicts or the venue was a little too far away or something like that, and I regret it so much now especially with the cancellations on his recent tour and thinking about how we lost Christine so unexpectedly that anything could happen. If he tours again Iím going to buy tickets the second they go on sale even if itís only in a city Iíd have to fly to.

Iíve seen Cyndi live a couple of times like 15 years ago and she was fantastic. Iíd love to see Dolly and Pat someday. I almost went to what ended up being Tom Pettyís last concert ever, and skipping that is one of my biggest regrets.
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Old 12-05-2022, 05:11 AM
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I saw Cyndi Lauper when she opened for Tina Turner (which I believe was also the same year as "The Dance"). Did not expect her to be the phenomenal performer she turned out to be live. Obviously, Tina scorched earth the place when she finally took the stage, but Cyndi killed it and proved herself worthy to be on the same stage. One of the best concerts I've ever been to.

On a side note, I remember paying $64 and some change for 7th row center floor seats. No Ticketmaster BS like today. Couldn't imagine what the ticket prices would be today for the same concert.
$64 to see Tina and Cyndi? I can only imagine what the price would be today! I actually won tickets many many years ago to see Cher, and Cyndi was the opening act- unfortunately, they were nose bleed seats but still, Cyndi Lauper blew Cher out of the water. I mean, Cher was good, but it was so choreographed, with Cirque de Soli performers and such, while Cyndi came out and just killed it, just as you described. She sang songs I had never heard before that sounded so good, and she even went into the audience at one point while singing. I had never seen anything like that. Iíve been wanting to see her live solo ever since, but never have. Sheís touring Australia with Rod Stewart next year, but I canít afford that LOL but maybe sheíll do some US dates.
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Old 12-05-2022, 07:15 AM
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I totally feel the same way. I did catch the BuckVie tour, but I havenít seen Lindsey solo in the past 10 years. There was always some excuse, like work conflicts or the venue was a little too far away or something like that, and I regret it so much now especially with the cancellations on his recent tour and thinking about how we lost Christine so unexpectedly that anything could happen. If he tours again Iím going to buy tickets the second they go on sale even if itís only in a city Iíd have to fly to.

Iíve seen Cyndi live a couple of times like 15 years ago and she was fantastic. Iíd love to see Dolly and Pat someday. I almost went to what ended up being Tom Pettyís last concert ever, and skipping that is one of my biggest regrets.
Oh man, thatís too bad you missed out on seeing Tom Petty- Iím sorry about that. Dolly is definitely an entertainer, you will love it if you get to see her. Iím fortunate that I saw Fleetwood Mac in early November 2019 and Lindsey later that same month. Both were fantastic. Iíd definitely see Lindsey again.
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