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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Roger Daltrey of the WHO

Here are some of the pictures I took during the concert of Roger Daltrey of the WHO. He is the singer behind the songs of CSI series. This is not a good shot because I am only using my cellphone. Remember I missed the other concert that I am supposed to be going? The venue is very nice and we are at the front of the stage.
Here is the vocal of Roger Daltrey in the CSI:NY intro. I am a fan of the three CSI's TV show and it's nice to know and hear the artist behind the song of CSI intro music.

The crowd was on their feet with his music. Since the venue is at Hard Rock, the bar is just at the rear end, so; some of the people in the audience were already drank and had a good time dancing. One of the guests passed out in front of me because of too much alcohol.
Well, at Hard Rock, minors are not allowed to watch the concert unless if you are with someone who is older. My niece is only 19 and she was given a bracelet at the entrance of the casino.
It was a nice experience really. The music is not bad at all. We get in for FREE because the ticket was given to Hard Rock patrons and my father-in-law is just one of the lucky ones who was given a free pass. The ticket was worth $89 for 1 hour and 30 minute show.

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