I'm not sure, sailerm. All I know is that I was able to buy tickets with my MasterCard before they went on sale to the public. I missed out last year when they toured, and told my friend that we would not miss it if they toured again. I just didn't know it would be so soon. We will be catching the show in New Jersey.
One person who I really wanted to see live was Robert Palmer. I love that guy and was saddened when he died a few years back.
Frecky, I've seen Sugar Ray 5 times. I absolutely love them. I've met them all except Mark McGrath too (that boy keeps eluding me!). I have my favorite photo with Murphy (the bass player) in a frame on my dresser.
I was in a Sugar Ray music video, part of the "concert scene"... thought you may laugh. I got super close and things happened (not good for a PG 13 thread), and I deny any responsibilty for it. I almost got hit in the head with the crane camera too... that sucked.
Guster and BNL are the only two groups I'd see live now. And with Steven Page and his drama...
The Eagles or just Don Henley
The Roots ( saw them at Radio City in May, Fantastic)
Eric Clapton(of course)
Alicia Keys ( saw her she is great!)
Lauryn Hill ( the old L Boogie, not the new crazy one)
Rick Springfield (he is my very favorite in concert!!!!)
Bruce Springsteen (never seen live - except at a gym!)
Garth Brooks (also have never seen him live)
I'm not sure there are many others I'd pay top dollar for, depending on what that means. But I'd love to see Keith Urban in concert again, and I love Peter Noone at the Flower and Garden Festival (and would pay to see him). I'd like to see Amy Grant in concert again as well, though I think her concerts have been overpriced. I've never seen Def Leppard and would like to.
There are a lot of acts I'd not mind seeing if a friend talked me into it. I did see that Squeeze has been on tour, they have some great tunes. And if Steve Taylor (gospel artist) ever went back on the road, I'd definitely go. I don't go to a lot of concerts, they can be really expensive - so I want to make sure it's not a dud when I do!
Oh - Elton John is amazing, put on a 3 hour show a couple of years ago without missing a beat.
Denise, I saw Def Leppard a few years ago and they were great! Took me a little over 20 years to finally see them live (been a fan since Pyromania came out in 1983) and it was well worth it. I'd love to see them again.
I don't think I've seen the video for that one! Only video I saw for that album was When It's Over.
Look on Youtube. I just checked it out and I think you can see me. If I remember what hair color I had back then right (I was just barely 20 so it was either my "rebel" red or Rogue stripes) then I think you can see my head.