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What bands/artists have you seen in concert?

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Imma move this little convo over to the PMs

See you there, Far!

NO, you can't borrow my red superhero belt.

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Stars and Far! John Boehner id the age of my little sister. The youngest one!

I always thought I was the same age as Stevie Wonder, I guess because he was on Ed Sullivan when I was still in high school.

But he is older that any of my sisters!

I never attended a Stevie Wonder concert, but did meet him once. I was with a group of nurses and others in the LA Kingdom Day Parade. An older man was dropped of in the parking lot where we assembled and chose me to walk with him He is blind and an Elder in his church. He told me, "Don't let me step in a hole."

The parade was slow because the bands stopped to put on a show with baton twirlers and drill teams. We would stop and talk with each other and the audience.

Then the Elder told me he needed to use the bathroom. I led him to a porable privey and he went in. He seemed to be in there a long time. When he came out I told him Stevie Wonder was in a car where the parade passed by.

He said, "Take me over there."

The parade stopped as we approached that convertible. I caught the eye of one of the men wit Stevie and told him who was with me. (He is a neighborhood leader) That man told Stevie who wanted to shake hands. Both men were waving their hands in wrong directions. I took Elder ***** right hand and Stevie's right hand and put their hands together. They finally shook hands. #Elder ***** said, "This here lady is a nurse.

Stevie said, "Than you and all nurses for caring."

I said, "I will and thank you for the songs."

Then we walked fast to catch up with our group. I did tell my fellow nurses that Stevie Wonder thank us all. Now you know he was thanking you too.

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Dayam, Far......you were hot!! I had the exact same hair back in the day......but I didn't have a handcuff belt!

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Stars and Far! John Boehner id the age of my little sister. The youngest one!

I always thought I was the same age as Stevie Wonder, I guess because he was on Ed Sullivan when I was still in high school.

But he is older that any of my sisters!

I never attended a Stevie Wonder concert, but did meet him once. I was with a group of nurses and others in the LA Kingdom Day Parade. An older man was dropped of in the parking lot where we assembled and chose me to walk with him He is blind and an Elder in his church. He told me, "Don't let me step in a hole."

The parade was slow because the bands stopped to put on a show with baton twirlers and drill teams. We would stop and talk with each other and the audience.

Then the Elder told me he needed to use the bathroom. I led him to a porable privey and he went in. He seemed to be in there a long time. When he came out I told him Stevie Wonder was in a car where the parade passed by.

He said, "Take me over there."

The parade stopped as we approached that convertible. I caught the eye of one of the men wit Stevie and told him who was with me. (He is a neighborhood leader) That man told Stevie who wanted to shake hands. Both men were waving their hands in wrong directions. I took Elder ***** right hand and Stevie's right hand and put their hands together. They finally shook hands. #Elder ***** said, "This here lady is a nurse.

Stevie said, "Than you and all nurses for caring."

I said, "I will and thank you for the songs."

Then we walked fast to catch up with our group. I did tell my fellow nurses that Stevie Wonder thank us all. Now you know he was thanking you too.

That's such a cool story! I love him. Sir Duke is my favorite song.

I "Wonder" if he pooped?

I'm in my 40s. I was probably 17 or 18 in the pic. Looooong time ago.

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Dayam, Far......you were hot!! I had the exact same hair back in the day......but I didn't have a handcuff belt!

That hair is hilarious. Not hot, just posing hot.

PICS, BC! PICS!

No one will recognize us now...

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The Who at the Garden playing Quadrophenia was probably once of the best concerts I ever saw. 1997/1998? I was preggo. Maybe I was my hormones.

Love Reign O'ever Me is probably my favorite song.

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The Who at the Garden playing Quadrophenia was probably once of the best concerts I ever saw. 1997/1998? I was preggo. Maybe I was my hormones.

Love Reign O'ever Me is probably my favorite song.

You have lost the right to nit pic my spelling, at least for a while. I don't have any heavy metal, big hair pics, but here's one of my favs.

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You have lost the right to nit pic my spelling, at least for a while. I don't have any heavy metal, big hair pics, but here's one of my favs.

OMG! You're twins??? Hahahahahaaa!

You DO look like your avatar...

Yay! Acute posted it!

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Let's see....

Van Halen with Diamond Dave

AC/DC

Ozzy Osborne

Marilyn Manson

System of a down

Dead Pool

Zak Wylde

Poison

Dokken

Warrent

Korn

Limp Bizcut

Tool

Judas Priest

Kid Rock

KISS

Motley Crue

Kenny Wayne Sheppard

Aerosmith

Vixxen

Neil Diamond

Anthrax

Mayhem

Slipknot

Steel Panther

Bruce Springsteen

Peter Gabriel

Genesis

Tracy Chapman

Yousan D'ourf

Gwar

Brian Adams

NightRanger

MR. Mr.

Duran Duran

Cheap trick

Jesus Jones

ZZ Top

Alabama

Blake Edwards

Molly Hatchet

Jethro Tull

Plus a lot of smaller bands that play clubs and smaller venues...mostly black metal and death metal. (I get a lot of free tickets from my nephew who photographs the shows)

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Let's see....

Van Halen with Diamond Dave

AC/DC

Ozzy Osborne

Marilyn Manson

System of a down

Dead Pool

Zak Wylde

Poison

Dokken

Warrent

Korn

Limp Bizcut

Tool

Judas Priest

Kid Rock

KISS

Motley Crue

Kenny Wayne Sheppard

Aerosmith

Vixxen

Neil Diamond

Anthrax

Mayhem

Slipknot

Steel Panther

Bruce Springsteen

Peter Gabriel

Genesis

Tracy Chapman

Yousan D'ourf

Gwar

Brian Adams

NightRanger

MR. Mr.

Duran Duran

Cheap trick

Jesus Jones

ZZ Top

Alabama

Blake Edwards

Molly Hatchet

Jethro Tull

Plus a lot of smaller bands that play clubs and smaller venues...mostly black metal and death metal. (I get a lot of free tickets from my nephew who photographs the shows)

Love Cheap Trick! I saw them a few times. Saw Aerosmith when Steven Tyler was still on drugs (Before Pump) and walked out!

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