RVMommaTo6 said:JD, Broken Road is my song to my kids. I had kids years ago, got them as babies, it was supposed to be an adoptive placement, had them for 3 years and then they were unexpectedly sent back to their birth parents. I didn't even get to say goodbye, they went and picked them up from preschool and kindergarten. At the time, I didn't think could possibly go on. But that painful road led to me being the mom to my kids.
Jackie, I saw Bryan Adams in concert!
As a adopted kid, I salute your spirit. For me I hit the Lottery in Life, just showing up to the game! You will never know what your helping hand means to those kids. Some things can't be put into words.
Here is my Bryan Adams shares x3....We were in Beautiful Naples, Italy, 94-97 doing a hitch with the US Army.
Saw BA for the first time at a Placed Called Palatartanope, in Naples Italy. I looked at it on google maps much more permanent looking now. In 1995 it was just a Big Tent where everybody stood on the Ground with a elevated stage. He played Full Band Electric.
Link to where I use to live to the event. BTW I would open my door and look at Mt Vesivius on the Horizon. Far enough away to enjoy the view though ;D
Saw BA second time in San Antonio, December 2012, Bare Bones Tour. Him playing acoustic Guitar and a Piano Player only and it was a GREAT Show. We were at Tony Roma's, having some fake BBQ, on the Riverwalk about 3 hours before the show. Walking in the crowd and my wife said, that was Bryan Adams, and he smiled at me. I was like nawww. Anyway later when the Piano Player walked on the Stage with Bryan I immediately recognized his face from the Riverwalk. I did lock eyes with the piano player though...I would have shirt collared BA for a pic if I would have seen him.
Google: Majestic Theater / copy...Great Place to see a show...2200 people event capacity...
Third time we went to the Woodlands (Houston, TX) Reckless 30 year Anniversary Tour his full band at the The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. 6500 Seat, outdoor venue with 10000 lawn seats, Great Area right on the river. We stayed at the Marriott that connects with the venue. Saw Motley Crue with Alice Cooper as a warm up act here also. Alice had some Female Guitar Player that could slay that thing.
Bryan Played the entire Reckless Album, then he was talking to the crowd and said we were in Luck that he had 7 more albums and he keep on cranking out the hits. Great show, Great Venue...If you are in the Area....They have alot of big shows. Check out the Mitchell Pavilion.
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