Kenny Rogers (1970's)
The Beach Boys (1980's)
NSync (1990's, a gift for young Kyle) (a few years ago--Fantastic! I highly, highly recommend it.)
Jack Johnson! (Thanks for the reminder, Dawn. How could I forget?!)
If I were to choose two other concerts to attend, I'd pick Neil Diamond and Bette Midler (I pretty much have all of Bette's songs memorized.)
Clearly, I have eclectic taste in music. Back in the day. I spent many a night chillin' in the basement of my high school boy friend's house listening to REO, ACDC, and Pink Floyd. I tore up the dance floor to the BeeGees and sang my heart out to Paradise by the Dashboard Lights and anything Grease. I've been a "backup" singer for Anne Murray, The Judds, and Celine Dion. I still adore the Sound of Music and Forest Gump soundtracks and could probably bust out a few hits from The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, or Veggie Tales circa 1990's.
Today, though, I don't spend much time just listening to music, singing, or dancing; too busy doing other things, I guess. Like many of you, I do love watching singing competition shows, though (while multitasking, of course). (One of my co-workers is Rachael, of the "Fannin Family," who performed on The Sing-Off last week!)
Last night, a neighbor came over, practically giddy over the following video. Mark Martell (friend of a friend of a friend) is auditioning for the QueenExtravaganza, a talent search for a new Freddy Mercury. I don't know about you, but I think their search is over.