Well I did it. I finally saw the man whose air guitar skills I have been mimmicking for years, Jon Bon Jovi this past Saturday in Central Park. JBJ (as I call him) opened with Living on a Pryer and went right into Shot Through the Heart. Good openeing, but a little sad that he played my song so early. I did learn that JBJ does have a move I need to incorporate into my routine. Appraently he is a big fan of the "arms spread out and clap above your head" to get the crowd excited. Be on the look out for this move at my next performance (which if Dutch has his camera phone on him, may end up on YouTube).
The show was about 2.5 hours and was a fun time as long as you were open to seeing Bon Jovi. The lines were small and we were allowed to bring in our own drinks (which is why I don't remember the whole show haha). The place was packed, but there were two huge LCD screen to watch JBJ shake his money maker.
Overall on a scale of 1 - 10, I give the show an 8. It was straight off of the studio albums, but the fact that the show was in Central Park, and my first and only JBJ show, helped bring it up a couple of notches.
Well that's my review. Now that Kev has allowed me to post again, look for future posts. Have a nice day!