I've shared Broadway's "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", "Mama Mia" and the theme song from "The Lion King". Dialed in Elton John's "Crocodile Rock", Tim McGraw's "Don't Take the Girl" and Faith Hill's "Breathe". I think with the exception of Air Supply's "All Out of Love", they were mostly received with a good attitude. (And may I add here: at a certain age, grown men should stop wearing spandex and leather on stage.)
Well, on Thursday evening I went with several fellow teachers to see "MercyMe" in concert. Their "I Can Only Imagine" has been a best selling Christian song for over a decade. That's a lifetime in musical years. We thoroughly enjoyed the entire evening, and I couldn't help sharing the song with Married Daughter via cell phone. I am sure she will call to thank me soon. Or not.
Concerts of 2011 are a wee bit difference from my teenaged experiences. Remember holding Bic and Zippo lighters for mood? No longer necessary. The Iphone has it covered for you.
My phone, alas, is from prehistoric days and does not download apps. But I can still share music from remote locations.
Young Son and Married Daughter: I'm sure you will be thrilled to hear that Barry Manilow may be in my neck of the woods soon. Stay by your phone. Love, Mom