You can only purchase 1 ticket! Who would you see?

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    May 17, 2017 8:30 PM GMT

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    May 18, 2017 12:23 AM GMT
    PRINCE
    I gave him my youth my time and alot of money.
    I will never get to see him in concert.
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    May 18, 2017 12:26 AM GMT
    jimib said
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    jimib saidI've seen Donna Summer more times than I can count. If she were touring I'd see her again.



    How was her performance live?


    In the mid-70's it was a full orchestra, huge rhythm section tons of costume changes gay men dancing outside of gay bars. It's captured on her Live and More album which was mostly recorded in LA. The Bad Girls tour early 80's was by far her best. New fans from pop music plus her surviving gay audience. She did everything from Love to Love You Baby to Sunset People almost 3 hour concerts. By the mid-90's she basically had a pre-recorded music backing a couple costume changes she did the hits and 70 minutes later the lights came on. It's captured on VH1 Presents Live & More Encore. She did disco live better than Sylvester or the Village People.

    I have live + more on vinyl and live and more encore on cd what an amazing voice so sad i will never see her live either...
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    May 18, 2017 6:32 AM GMT
    venue35 saidPRINCE
    I gave him my youth my time and alot of money.
    I will never get to see him in concert.


    I've seen a LOT of shows. In fact, I spend a lot of my income on seeing them. I saw Prince at the Saenger Theater here in New Orleans. I have to rate him as one of the top 3 shows of my lifetime. I didn't know much of his latest music so was worried he would do what most musicians do.....play their new stuff to create a buzz. And he did. For an hour and a half, he played only his newer music, and although I didn't know a lot of it, I was still blown away because it was all so good. He left the stage and of course we gave him a standing ovation. The standing ovation went on for at least 15 minutes. I was sure we were clapping our hands off for nothing, but just then, he returned to the stage and the crowd roared. He then proceeded to play another hour and a half of his biggest hits that everyone knew. He basically gave us two shows for the price of one.