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The Guitar Train Stops to see Paul McCartney!!!

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Quirky T was extremely lucky to be able to conduct The Guitar Train to see the legendary Paul McCartney in concert on Sunday, August 7 at Giants Stadium (really called MetLife Stadium). It had been 14 years since I last saw my favorite Beatle perform live.  The concert was, not surprisingly, amazing.

Tripping the Live Fantastic CD

Before going to the concert, I checked out the set list for the concert prior to this one. I was a little disappointed that he would not be playing some of the songs that I really wanted to hear. (Click on the link for the set list for the concert I attended. http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/paul-mccartney/2016/metlife-stadium-east-rutherford-nj-2bfc9c2a.html) I wrote a Guitar Train stop called “Concert Song Requests of My Faves” https://guitartrain.wordpress.com/2016/03/24/concert-song-requests-of-my-faves/ where I listed the Beatles songs I would like to hear. So, Sir Paul, any time you need help coming up with the set list, I would be more than happy to help. (Incidentally, that list would include several songs from the album, “Help!”). I guess I was comparing the set list to the first Paul McCartney concert I went to at Giants Stadium (the actual name of the stadium then). At that concert, he played several songs from my favorite solo album of his, 1989’s “Flowers in the Dirt”. I bought the double CD of live performances from that concert called “Tripping the Live Fantastic”. So the memories of that concert have been kept alive for me.

 

I was also comparing the set list to the one from his October 21, 2015 concert in Detroit where he played several songs from my favorite Beatles album, “Help!” as well as other Beatles songs he doesn’t usually play in concert. It’s just so frustrating because he has so many incredible songs to choose from that I wonder why he chooses the ones he does. The crowd at this concert, at least the fans near me, was definitely into The Beatles songs (obviously) and less into the Wings songs, and even less into the songs from his 2013 CD called “New”. At one point, Paul mentioned that when the crowd is into the song he is playing, he sees all the lit up cell phones. When they aren’t into the song, it’s like “a black hole”. He added, “But we don’t care.” Since it is impossible to play every song that every fan wants to hear (and keep the concert time under three hours), he has to play what he wants and not worry too much about fan reaction. It’s not as if any song is so horrible that he will be booed.

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So let me move on from whining and write that I loved the concert and was grateful to be there. I really liked the fact that Beatles songs were played before the concert began. Some songs were sung by the Fab Four such as “Tomorrow Never Knows”, “I’m Happy Just to Dance With You”, “If I Needed Someone”, and “Day Tripper” and some were covers such as “Get Back” and “You Can’t Do That”. I really enjoyed listening to these songs because I have never liked any of the songs played before any other concert I’ve ever attended. It makes perfect sense to play Beatles songs, and not just Paul’s Beatles songs, because the audience will definitely like them.

 

Also before the concert, there was a rumor going around that a special guest would join Paul McCartney on stage. Someone brought up Ringo Starr. I quickly dismissed that as impossible. I doubt Ringo just happened to be hanging around East Rutherford, New Jersey and would pop up on stage for half a Beatles reunion. Another name brought up was Bruce Springsteen but that was quickly shot down as he was touring in Europe at the time. I did think a perfect song for them to duet on would be Bruce Springsteen’s “Jersey Girl” since Paul called his wife, Nancy, a “jersey girl.” I could only think of musicians of his generation that I hoped wouldn’t come on stage. Alas, there wasn’t any special guest and none was needed.

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I had heard and read that lately Paul has been bringing fans on stage during the concert. I’m so glad that he didn’t do that at this performance. Unless it’s me, no fans belong on stage with him. There were plenty of fans vying to get on stage with the clever signs they made. Paul commented that he couldn’t read the signs and remember the chords and words at the same time.

 

I found it interesting when Paul said, “we played our first song and now we’ll play our latest song” because there is no “our”. He is the only one who played on that first song, “In Spite of All the Danger”, the latest song, “Four Five Seconds” and all the songs in between. There’s no “we” who played with him in The Beatles, Wings, and solo. If anyone can say, “I”, without being narcissistic, it’s him.

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Not surprisingly, The Beatles songs really held up after all this time. As he played “Can’t Buy Me Love”, I thought of how that song is over 50 years old and still played and still loved. I doubt that in the 1960’s, people were listening to songs from the 1910’s. Also, as always, I think of the fact that Paul is performing Beatles songs which he never performed live with John, George, and Ringo.

 

Another observation I had was about the songs he performed which he had written for the loves of his life – 60’s fiancée Jane Asher, his late first wife, Linda, and his current wife, Nancy. “And I Love Her”, a Beatles song, was written for Jane. “Maybe I’m Amazed” was a solo song written for Linda. “My Valentine” was written for Nancy as part of his album of standards. (I wrote about this CD in a Guitar Train stop called “Quirky T’s Favorites Sing the Standards” https://guitartrain.wordpress.com/2014/10/23/quirky-ts-favorites-sing-the-standards/ ). I think Nancy has the worst song written for her out of those three but I guess since she’s the one who is with him now, it doesn’t matter. I like the fact that Paul still sings “Maybe I’m Amazed” and prefaces the song by saying he wrote it for Linda. He seemed to get choked up before he sang “Here Today” in tribute to John Lennon. He also paid tribute to George Harrison before playing the ukulele and “Something”. It’s sad that there are so many tributes for deceased loved ones.

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For me, the highlights of the concert were Paul McCartney playing one of his earliest songs, “In Spite of All the Danger”, a surprising Beatles song, “You Won’t See Me’, a different version of “Here, There, and Everywhere”, and two upbeat Beatles songs, “Lady Madonna” and “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da”. I absolutely loved the fireworks set off during “Live and Let Die” and set off again at the end of the 2 hour and 40 minute concert. I was a little concerned because they were set off from the seating section I’ll be in for an October New York Giants football game. I hope the seats weren’t damaged!

 

Guitar Train passengers, if you went to a Paul McCartney concert, which songs would you want to hear?

Quirky T’s Favorite Christmas Songs

 

Christmas greetings to all Guitar Train passengers!  To help you celebrate the holiday in a secular way, here is a reposting of Quirky T’s favorite Christmas songs. These are the songs I’ll be listening to repeatedly.

 

  1. “Jingle Bells” – Barbra Streisand
  2. “A Marshmallow World” – Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin
  3. “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” – Dean Martin
  4. “Shake Hands With Santa Claus” – Louis Prima
  5. “Sleigh Ride” – The Ronettes
  6. “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” – Bruce Springsteen

 

No Christmas season would be complete without hearing Barbra Streisand’s highly caffeinated version of “Jingle Bells”. It’s as if before the recording of this song, she was told, “Okay, we have only have the recording studio for two minutes. Finish drinking your extra large espresso and let’s go.” The result must be heard to be enjoyed. It brings me joy every time I hear it.

Christmas with The Rat Pack

“A Marshmallow World” from the CD “Christmas with The Rat Pack” portrays a lovely winter setting that makes me happy. I wish it would snow enough to re-enact this song.

 

There are many versions of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” but Dean Martin’s version is my favorite. It is also on the CD “Christmas with The Rat Pack”. Several of the lyrics (really, the whole scenario of the song) are outdated but I still like this song. The lyrics that always get me are the mention of death from pneumonia if the girlfriend leaves, very romantic.

Mob Hits Christmas

I put Louis Prima in the same category as Lou Monte (see my post on Lou Monte in Happy Month https://guitartrain.wordpress.com/2013/10/03/happy-month-on-the-guitar-train/  ). Louis Prima’s novelty songs are fun like Lou Monte’s songs. “Shake Hands with Santa Claus” is just a fun, upbeat song. It can be found on the CD “Mob Hits Christmas” which sadly doesn’t contain Lou Monte’s “Dominick the Donkey (The Italian Christmas Donkey)”, another classic Christmas novelty song. That song is on the first “Mob Hits” CD which was released before the “Mob Hits Christmas” CD.

There are many versions of the song “Sleigh Ride” but by far my favorite is by The Ronettes. Their version is fast and fun. It cuts out the slow, boring verses and ends with you wanting to hear more.

 

I haven’t heard every single Bruce Springsteen song but from the ones I have heard, he seems to be quite a serious person. What I love about his version of “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” is he seems to be having so much fun. It’s just a happy, energetic rocking song.

 

Guitar Train passengers, what are your favorite secular Christmas songs and why?

30 Years Later Quirky T Revisits “We Are the World”

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Thirty years ago on January 28, 1985 a large group of musical superstars came together to record the charity single “We Are the World”. The song was written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie and produced by Quincy Jones. They were following the lead of Bob Geldof who gathered superstar musicians in the United Kingdom in 1984 to record the song “Do They Know It’s Christmas” to raise money to help relieve famine in Africa. “We Are the World” raised over $60 million for the charity. It also won four Grammy Awards including Song of the Year and Record of the Year.

Looking back at the artists who participated in “We Are the World”, it was quite an exceptional group. The stars of the 80’s are well represented and joined by legends such as Tina Turner, Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, Ray Charles, and Stevie Wonder. Maybe because Quincy Jones was producing this there was more diversity than would later perform at Live Aid. The only big stars from 1985 who were missing were Madonna, Whitney Houston, and Prince.

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In researching this Guitar Train stop, I came upon various reasons why Prince did not participate. Regardless of what the real reason is, I am very happy with his replacement – Huey Lewis. Huey alone, without the News, sang the bridge part after Michael Jackson and before Cyndi Lauper and Kim Carnes. Kim Carnes was the only singer I did not recognize when I watched the DVD “The Story Behind the Song: 20th Anniversary Special”. For the music video, the artists lined up in a U-shape in the order they sang their lines. So Huey was positioned between Michael Jackson, in full King of Pop regalia, and Cyndi Lauper, wearing an abundance of jewelry. Had Prince been there instead, it would have been an 80’s overload of hair, jewelry, and brocade. Huey brought it down to earth and sang a line (which I can’t write here because of copyright issues) that I could imagine being in one of his songs. Cyndi then does her vocal thing, Kim Carnes adds her two words, and then Huey rejoins them. I think it’s cool that Huey was part of this momentous gathering. Incidentally, the News joined him later to sing in the chorus which also contained many famous musicians including another favorite of mine, The Pointer Sisters. It was nice to see other regular guys such as Billy Joel (whose line to me seems to be right from a Beatles song) and Bruce Springsteen.

In 2010, another group of musicians remade “We Are the World” to benefit Haiti which had experienced a devastating earthquake. I had heard about the remake at the time but I never bothered to listen to it because the only people I had been told were in it were Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus. I had no interest in listening to them along with a bunch of current musicians whom I wouldn’t know. When researching this Guitar Train stop, I decided to listen to the updated version. I was pleasantly surprised by the other big name (and talented) musicians who were involved such as Wyclef Jean, Jennifer Hudson, Barbra Streisand, and Tony Bennett. Interesting note – Usher sang Huey Lewis’ line in the remake.

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Back to 1985, the “We Are the World” single was part of an album of the same name which contains songs by artists from the single as well as Prince and Chicago. Huey Lewis and the News contributed the song “Trouble in Paradise”. The album also contains a group of Canadian artists recording a song called “Tears are Not Enough” under the name Northern Lights.

 

To read more about the epic recording of the song “We Are the World”, check out this great article on the “Rolling Stone” website called “’We Are the World: A Minute-by-Minute Breakdown’ on Its 30th Anniversary”. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/we-are-the-world-a-minute-by-minute-breakdown-30th-anniversary-20150306  Also check out the website http://www.usaforafrica.org for much information about the song and other charities.

 

Guitar Train passengers, what did you think about “We Are the World” at the time and what do you think about it now, looking back 30 years later?

 

The Guitar Train is still in 1985 as the next stop takes us to another epic charity event from that year – Live Aid. So hop back aboard The Guitar Train to see this concert from the skewed point of view of my favorite musicians.

Quirky T’s Favorite Christmas Songs

Moving along on the track of Christmas songs this month, this stop looks at Quirky T’s favorite secular songs.  They are

  1. “Jingle Bells” – Barbra Streisand
  2. “A Marshmallow World” – Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin
  3. “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” – Dean Martin
  4. “Shake Hands With Santa Claus” – Louis Prima
  5. “Sleigh Ride” – The Ronettes 
  6. “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” – Bruce Springsteen

No Christmas season would be complete without hearing Barbra Streisand’s highly caffeinated version of “Jingle Bells”.  It’s as if before the recording of this song, she was told, “Okay, we only have the recording studio for two minutes.  As soon as you finish drinking your extra large espresso, we’ll start.”  The result must be heard to be enjoyed.  It brings me joy every time I hear it.

Christmas with The Rat Pack

“A Marshmallow World” from the CD “Christmas with The Rat Pack” portrays a lovely winter setting that makes me happy.  I wish it would snow enough to re-enact this song.

There are many versions of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” but Dean Martin’s version is my favorite.  It is also on the CD “Christmas with The Rat Pack”.  Several of the lyrics (really, the whole scenerio of the song) are outdated but I still like this song.  The lyrics that always get me are the mention of death from pneumonia if the girlfriend leaves, very romantic.

Mob Hits Christmas

I put Louis Prima in the same category as Lou Monte (see my post on Lou Monte in Happy Month https://guitartrain.wordpress.com/2013/10/03/happy-month-on-the-guitar-train/ ).  Louis Prima’s novelty songs are fun like Lou Monte’s songs.  “Shake Hands with Santa Claus” is just a fun, upbeat song.  It can be found on the CD “Mob Hits Christmas” which sadly doesn’t contain Lou Monte’s “Dominick the Donkey (The Italian Christmas Donkey)”, another classic Christmas novelty song.  That song is on the first “Mob Hits” CD which was released before the “Mob Hits Christmas” CD.

There are many versions of the song “Sleigh Ride” but by far my favorite is by The Ronettes.  Their version is fast and fun.  It cuts out the slow, boring verses and ends with you wanting to hear more.

I haven’t heard every single Bruce Springsteen song but from the ones I have heard, he seems to be quite a serious person.  What I love about his version of “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” is he seems to be having so much fun.  It’s just a happy, energetic rocking song.

Guitar Train passengers, what are your favorite secular Christmas songs and why?

The Guitar Train Stops at a Huey Lewis and the News Concert!!!

Quirky T was so excited to travel on the Guitar Train to Atlantic City, New Jersey last Friday to see Huey Lewis and the News in concert at Harrah’s Resort Casino.  So to answer the question pondered in my April 11, 2013 post, (https://guitartrain.wordpress.com/2013/04/11/the-end-of-live-concerts-by-my-favorites/) it is not the end of seeing live concerts by my favorite performers.  And I’m so glad it isn’t.  The concert was AMAZING!!!

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I was so happy and lucky to be there.  My seat was in the 7th row!  I’ve never been that close to the stage.  I was so close that I could that Huey Lewis didn’t button the bottom button on his shirt.  Later on, I could see the sweat spots on the front of his and guitarist James Harrah’s shirts.

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The concert started with the song “The Heart of Rock & Roll” http://youtu.be/M7JVlpm0eRs as the band played their 1983 album, “Sports”, in its entirety to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its release.  This is the first concert I’ve ever attended where an entire album was played from beginning to end.  I know Bruce Springsteen fans are used to this but, as I wrote in my August 15, 2013 post, “The Guitar Train Stops at Ticketmaster”, (https://guitartrain.wordpress.com/2013/08/15/the-guitar-train-stops-at-ticketmaster/) I’ve never been to a Bruce Springsteen concert.  At this concert, I was especially excited to hear the songs “Bad is Bad”, http://youtu.be/7CscPTI8fwA “Walking on a Thin Line”, and “Finally Found a Home” played live for the first time.  Those songs as well as the other non-hit singles played live did not disappoint.

The first standing ovation came after the fourth song, “I Want a New Drug”.  http://youtu.be/N6uEMOeDZsA This song ended the first side of “Sports” and Huey said it was time to flip the record over so to speak and play the second side of the album.  He called the first side “the video side” and the second side “the rocking side.”  Side two started with “Walking on a Thin Line” which the band wrote for Vietnam Vets and now dedicates to all Vets.

Throughout the concert, Huey was the essence of cool.  He moved around to all sides of the stage along with his microphone stand.  He played his harmonica attached to a string.  I love his harmonica playing since he plays a happy harmonica, not a sad, depressing, twangy harmonica.  It goes perfectly with his rocking, mostly upbeat, non ballad songs.  This was definitely a rocking concert with barely any lulls.  Listening to “Sports” repeatedly in preparation for this concert, has made me change my favorite Huey Lewis and the News album from “Fore” to “Sports”.  I definitely did not change back after hearing the entire album performed live for the first time.

After he finished playing all of “Sports”, Huey paused to clean his cool blue tinted glasses.  People shouted out requests for what the band should play next.  If I was a shouter, I would have shouted out “Couple Days Off”.  I would have loved to hear that song live; it’s quite a rocker.  Huey listened to the requests but said he wanted to play what he wanted which was a new song called “While We’re Young”.  While he was introducing the song, he asked if the audience could pretend they liked it whether they did or not.  I liked it and I hope the band does release a whole new album of original songs like Huey has mentioned in interviews as a possibility.

Sports poster in hotel

After the new song came the first song the band ever wrote together, 1978’s “Trouble in Paradise”.  Throughout the concert, Huey asked the audience to clap.  I always dread that since I can’t clap to the beat.  That might explain some of my guitar playing problems – not being able to keep time.  On the subject of guitar playing, Huey seemed to really enjoy listening to all the musicians’ solos.  I was blown away by the fact that Johnny Colla played both the saxophone and the guitar during the concert.  Very talented.  The next two songs the band played were cover songs – “Some Kind of Wonderful” and “But It’s Alright”.  They then played “We’re Not Here for a Long Time (We’re Here for a Good Time)” before leaving the stage for a very quick break.

Huey Lewis and the News came back in force to finish up the concert with “The Power of Love”, “Do You Believe in Love”, http://youtu.be/BzIbyDbmsyg and “Workin’ For a Livin’”.  The audience was on their feet from before the break until the very end.  Huey was fist pumping with the fans in the first row during most of the last three songs.  He really seemed to be enjoying himself.    He jokingly said that as a Friday special for everyone who buys the newly remastered CD of “Sports” that night at the venue, he will come to their houses and mow their lawns.

One of the great things about going to concerts is hearing different lyrics or arrangements of songs.  For “Bad is Bad”, Huey had to change the lyrics to reflect price increases.  So the price at the all you can eat restaurant increased from 1983’s $1.99 to $5.99.  The arrangement of “Do You Believe In Love” changed as Huey sang all the lines without back-up singers.  (Just like I do when I sing along to the song at home).  He also had the audience sing the chorus.  (I don’t do that when I sing at home, probably because I don’t have an audience).

Huey Lewis t-shirt 2013

In conclusion, Huey Lewis and the News put on an absolutely amazing concert.  The only compliant I have is the same complaint I made after the other two times I’ve been to their concerts – the concerts are too short.  The band only played for 1 ½ hours.  They have so many more songs that they could have played to make the concert at least 30 minutes longer.  I wonder why their concerts are so short.

One more note, closer is definitely better.  Since it was such a small venue, only seating 1,205, there weren’t any video screens showing close-ups of the band.    Since Huey really interacted with the fans right in front of him, some of his facial expressions and gestures probably could not be seen by the fans in the upper levels.  Quirky T, in my lucky seventh row seat, could see everything.  That great seat has definitely spoiled me for other concerts but it’s not like there’s anyone left for me to see in concert anyway.  I loved, loved, loved this concert.  I’m so lucky and happy I was able to attend it.    I am so greedy that I’m already hoping I can see Huey Lewis and the News again next summer.

sunset in Atlantic City, NJ

sunset in Atlantic City, NJ

Guitar Train passengers, what’s the closest seat to the stage you have ever had at a concert?  How did it add to your enjoyment of the concert?

The Guitar Train Stops at Ticketmaster

To continue Guitar Train’s Concert Month, Quirky T looks back at her experiences with Ticketmaster. Every time I dealt with Ticketmaster to get concert tickets, I thought there has to be an easier, less aggravating way to get tickets. When I started going to concerts in the early 90’s, I had to call Ticketmaster to get tickets. As soon as the tickets went on sale at 10 am, all the phone lines would be busy. I had three Ticketmaster phone numbers I would call – one in New Jersey and two in New York. I would rotate among them and call continuously until I got through. This process would usually take at least an hour until I finally got through and could buy tickets.

NJ Red Dogs tickets stub

NJ Red Dogs tickets stub

The one time I went to a record store to actually buy tickets in person, I didn’t get any. I waited on line for four hours trying to get tickets to a 1999 Bruce Springsteen concert. Wrist bands had been given out and my number was near the middle which seems good except Bruce was playing 16 shows and people were allowed to buy up to 4 tickets per show and they did. So the line barely moved as people bought 64 tickets each! After four hours of waiting on line, I had to leave to go to a New Jersey Red Dogs arena football game, ironically at the Continental Airlines Arena, where the Bruce Springsteen concerts would be held months later. I probably would have been better off calling the three Ticketmaster phone numbers to get tickets.

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More recently, I have gone online to get tickets from Ticketmaster. The plus sides of this are no long distance phone charges and the ability to choose the seats I want. (Providing I am willing to gamble and give up the tickets I already have in order to hopefully get better ones). In other ways, going online is not easier or less aggravating than calling or literally waiting on a line for tickets. Since the tickets still go on sale at the same time, the site may become overloaded which is the equivalent of a busy signal on the phone. Now that people have Internet access on their cell phones, they can be buying tickets from anywhere, thus overloading the site. I have spent hours online before I actually got tickets.

 

 
As always, it is frustrating to be competing with people who are buying tickets just to scalp them. There are also the 64 tickets per person Bruce Springsteen fans who are probably going to more than one performance but really, all 16? So maybe my favorite musicians no longer performing live in concert is not such a bad thing as I no longer have to be aggravated by Ticketmaster or any other ticket agency.

 

 
Guitar Train passengers, what is your ideal way to get tickets to see concerts?

 

 
Next week, make sure you are on board the Guitar Train for a very exciting and surprising post. To give you a hint, please read my April 11, 2013 post called “The End of Live Concerts by my Favorites” https://guitartrain.wordpress.com/2013/04/11/the-end-of-live-concerts-by-my-favorites/  and pay special attention to the paragraph at the end which begins, “So it appears”.

Concerts I Wish I Had Attended

Meet the Beatles album cover

Meet the Beatles album cover

To continue the theme of Concert Month on the Guitar Train, Quirky T is looking at concerts she wishes she had attended. Obviously, the top of that list is The Beatles. Having been born years after they broke up, I didn’t get a chance to see them live. That statement is probably true for many Beatles fans. From the footage I have seen of Beatles concerts, as a concert experience, it probably was not the best. Audio was primitive in the 60’s compared to now so I probably wouldn’t have heard any of the great music over all the girls (including me) screaming. Depending where I sat, I probably wouldn’t have even seen the band as there weren’t any video screens showing close-ups of the stage. Despite all that, just to be at a Beatles concert and experience that atmosphere would have been amazing.

 
Other concerts I wish I had seen are not as monumental as The Beatles. Musicians I had a chance to see in concert but didn’t are Wilson Phillips opening for Richard Marx, The Temptations with The Four Tops, The Pointer Sisters, and Bruce Springsteen.

Richard Marx ticket stub
The Wilson Phillips/ Richard Marx concert in 1990 was too far away for me to attend but I did end up seeing Richard Marx in concert 20 years later. A few years ago, a concert combining The Temptations and The Four Tops was a passing interest that I regret not acting on because it would have been amazing to see the two legendary groups together. They are still touring together so I may still have a chance to see them. Another passing interest that I did not act on was a Pointer Sisters concert in 2006. It would have been fun to hear their songs which I loved listening to in the 1980’s.

 
I will go more in-depth about why I was not able to go to a Bruce Springsteen concert in the Guitar Train’s next stop looking at the agony of Ticketmaster. As a result, I am probably one of the few people in New Jersey that has not seen the legendary New Jersey musician in concert.

 
I can’t go back in time and attend any of those concerts so I have to make sure I don’t miss any concerts which interest me in the future.

 
Guitar Train passengers, what concerts do you regret that you didn’t attend?

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