Bought tickets many moons ago and the concert is next week, The more I see those "Glimmer Twins" on Money magazine etc; the more I really dont want to go. I saw them 20 years ago and thought it was a good show. I spent a good portion of yesterday recording their albums onto cds since I normally dont have my turntable hooked up. Their early stuff is great but it turns silly when someone who has knighthood and a AARP discount card sings it. Keith always talks about Muddy Waters and Johnny Lee Hooker singing into their 60s, 70s. But they didnt prance around on stage with bright yellow Lycra shorts. The Blues take on character when someone who is old enough to be your grandfather sings about all the crap they have overcome. I remember Johnny Lee sitting in his chair pounding the stage with his foot and putting chills down my spin with "Boom Boom". But Mick, even with his titles and money doesnt have the dignity or presence of Hooker. Rock and Roll is youth screaming in your face but it doesnt translate when the singer doesnt choke on his his own Vomit in his 20/30s. The who is my favorite band but it still makes me cringe when he sings "hope I die before I get old" (Pete you made it dammit, you are old! Tell Roger he can stop singing the damn song) Anyways anyone else feel like me and go to the show and still have a good time? I have never dreaded seeing a band before, but I feel like the image of them now is going to ruin the visions I had earlier. Sorry about the length, it's just been eating away with me.