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Now I can't say it was the best show of theirs I've been to. It will be very hard to top 1986 at the Garden, when they were as big as any band in the world, and MSG was rocking.
But I can say that it was an emotionally wonderful show because my dear friends Mick and Gretchen (with baby on the way) were there.
Oh so was Sean. It was his first concert ever.
Now, keep in mind that it was a free concert on Long Island. They had, roughly 10,000 or so. It. Was. Packed.
We had to sit at the top of a hill, and couldn't see the stage. We could, however, hear the music.
I wrote about it.
Due to the crowd, we made our way to the car towards the end. Let's just say that I know a thing or two about HLN shows.
Mick: We should probably get going or we'll be stuck in traffic (not "Stuck with You") all night.
Me: Well they probably have "Power of Love," "Do You Believe in Love," and "Working for a Living" left.
Mick: You're a sick man. OK. Meet you in the lot.
So Sean and I watched "The Power of Love" together with the best view of the stage all night. I grabbed my phone and filmed some. The quality is terrible, but the music sounds great. Sean danced. I danced. Pretty heavenly.
If I never go to another concert, that's a good moment to stop on.