Last night I went out with my sister for some light dinner and a concert.
The Senior Center was sponsoring a benefit concert, Ultimate Legends of Rock. These impersonators were great considering the cost was only $15, soda and beer $1, popcorn for a donation.
We saw "Buddy Holly"
We saw "Elton John." I couldn't get his picture with my phone as he was wearing a black suit (with stars and a boa) and was way to the left. He played and sang magnificently though!
Then on to "Rod Stewart" He really gave us a show and was sweating up a storm, dancing on stage and into the audience! Many people kind of sat there like bumps on a log (guess they were too old for Rod, but I liked him).
And, what Legends show would go without "The Blues Brothers?" They also came into the audience and they rocked the house!
My sister and I were some of the younger audience members. (I am soon to be 62). When we visit our Mom at the nursing home, she enjoys when they have a country band playing in the "town square." She would have enjoyed this, but it would have been too long of a show for her.
Sister Connie and I imagined what we will be like if we end up in a nursing home (oh excuse me, resident living). I will complain that they don't have enough Beatles music or Rolling Stones, and too much Led Zeppelin!...LOL. We will rock in our wheelchairs! God, I hope I don't live that long!