Hey, I didn't say he was 100% right on all of his examples...I agree that certain artists have a wider appeal than just the quality of their voices...<br><br>After all, do all the American Idol winners go on to become mega-stars? Maybe in some instances, but only because they're on FOX every waking moment...<br><br>[color:red]You slap my back, I'll slap yours!</font color=red>
I prefered them with DLR. I saw them at the first Texas World Music Festival July 1, 1978 with Aerosmith, Ted Nugent, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Head East, Heart, Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush, Van Halen, Journey & Cheech and Chong at the Cotton Bowl. What a party! They toured a year later as the opening act for Ozzy and Black Sabbath which was awesome. <br><br>I'm a big Sammy fan too. I've liked him since he was singer/rhythm guitarist for Montrose. Van Halen (w/Sammy) had to cancel a Dallas date in the 90s, so they rescheduled it later in the year at the trendy/touristy West End in downtown. They blocked off the streets and had the concert literally in the street. It was one of the wildest concert scenes I had ever been to. It never got out of hand and everybody had a blast.<br><br>
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