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  • Matt White
    February 03, 2011 - 19:27

    Amazing concert. They put on quite the show!

  • willy
    February 01, 2011 - 06:33

    I was to the concert as well, it was great. in regards to the song "all I want to do is make love to you", I was disappointed as well that they didn't play it. Even though they probably don't like this song, fans made it a supper hit and i think that they owe it to the fans to play it. If the fans over the years didn't purchase these songs, there would not be a "Heart" group.

  • sandy
    January 31, 2011 - 23:38

    I was seated on the floor real close to the stage, I was there with 2 ppl under 25..so yeah there were not all older ppl there. I had the best time, rocked out to every song! Been a Heart fan for as long as I can remember..maybe even longer then that..they are my #1 fave band of all time so it was very exciting for me! I thought the show was amazing, I wasn't particular picky over what they sang, they have such a huge collection of songs all of which are good, So i was happy with what they sang and how the show was put off. I love all their music, the 70's 80's 90's and current!

  • Lucy
    January 31, 2011 - 23:30

    Terry, just curious, how would you know if there were any members of the press in the crowd? They don't actually wear those fedora hats with the "press" ticket tucked in them, you know. Just saying. Awesome concert!

  • ed power
    January 31, 2011 - 17:21

    I have to support the comments by Terry Sears above. My wife and I were seated at row U on the floor level and were surrounded by a sea of twenty and thirty something "youngsters". As we were seated at the first row of the second section we got to see all the people who were making the circuit between the bars, the floor and the washrooms and most of these people were in the younger age groups. Perhaps my demographic analysis is skewed by the fact that we were a couple of greying boomers ,sitting in the moshpit normally occupied by the Gen X,Y and Zeders' , but there were certainly more fully haired people around us than there were of us in follicley challenged age group. Age related nitpicking aside, it was an excellent concert. Old stuff, new stuff and two encores.

  • Joanie
    January 31, 2011 - 16:53

    I agree with Tara as well... A fantastic show. What a blast from past!!! Although there were many young people attending including my 17 year old daughter who rocked out at the show.

  • terry sears
    January 31, 2011 - 14:30

    I agree 100% that the show was fantastic, but are you sure you were there Tara? You commented that you didn't see a single person under 25 and only a handful under 30???? Maybe you should have come down out of the press box, or wherever it was you viewed it from, and had a look around. My wife and i were amazed at how many young people there were at the show. We saw many, many early teens, and hundreds of late teens to early twenties. We had to stand in the main lobby for 20 minutes drinking our coffee because we weren't allowed to bring it inside. With nothing to do for 20 minutes, you watch the crowds. Did'nt see any press mingling around with the common folk.......

    • Vic
      January 31, 2011 - 23:18

      Holy nitpicking, Terry!!! I was there too, and saw maybe a dozen young people (with their parents), but even if you saw more, who cares? On the whole it was more of a mature audience there and I don't think there's anything wrong with that. You saw what you saw, the writer saw what she saw, a review is one person's opinion. At least we can all agree it was AN EXCELLENT show, and the show (not the audience) was the point of the review. Loved it and great pics!!!!!