This is for the people who play Guitar Hero: He was using his star power when he had that huge shadow because he was in serious risk of failing the song. That is seriously the fist thing I thought of when I saw it.
Actually I have....many, MANY years ago at Hilton. My wife (now ex) was a big fan so I came up with a couple of tickets. We even got a backstage pass when one of his henchman working the crowd 'borrowed' my binoculars. Fortunately he left early after the concert so I didn't have to go backstage
I've seen him several times. My wife is a HUGE fan. We saw him play an amazing set at the Montreal Jazz Fest a few years back. He's definitely an incredible musician (and a serious baller if you can belive Charlie Murphy).
I didnt mind Prince, but enough with the 30 minute half time and the 12 hour pre-game! Cirque du Soleil for the pre-game? Thank you NFL. Nothing like a troupe of clowns dancing around with ribbons and inflatable animals to get you fired up for football.
Super bowl week is so over-produced and never lives up to the hype.
It may be a little over done but this game is a big deal, worldwide. I was in Toronto this past weekend and the game was getting a ton of press. In fact, the front page of the sports section was of the Super Bowl and not of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottowa Senators hockey game from Sat. night which went into an overtime shootout. And trust me, this game was a BIG deal to them. Whether it was print, TV, or radio the city was talking about the game. They were also quick to point out that there were 3 Canadians playing in the game and how proud they were of that.
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