Lovely pictures as ever. My particular favourites are... the very early one, which really gives an idea of the sort of hands-on management that Brian could do back then; the one of all of them sitting in deck chairs; and the one right below that, which captures that typical longing Brian look.
Hi, WOW! what a wonderful present! ;D Of course; these photos are a universal gift for everybody on this site. I just flew in from Vegas this afternoon, so expect a more detailed article about the "Love" show within the week. Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There were lots of Beatle goodies at the shop inside the Mirage Hotel & elsewhere around town. My cousin & I did take a digital photo in front of the "Love" sign outside the theater. Maybe I can get that posted on this site at some future date?
We were down in the front - 2nd row!!! So sorry; no sign of any Brian reference in the performance. They did have a type of pudgy/costumed "ring-master" come out at the beginning. He reminded me of Eppy, due to the suggestion that the show proceed smoothly. "Please; no photography, no touching the props, but do enjoy yourselves." I replied, "OK; Brian," which another audience member chuckled at.
Thanks for the Happy B-Day wish; Eppylover. I also share the same honor with Boy George.
George has looked better! My sister & I do like Culture Club/his music a lot though. Hey; we were both children of the '80s. There are definitely parallels (fortunately & unfortunately) between Boy George & Brian.
I do wonder from time-to-time what Eppy would have been like, if he'd been around to experience (or even contribute to) the '80s? People ask that about John Lennon. "Let's try to make the '80s good."
I promised I'd be thinking about him during the "Love" show. I only wish Cirque Du Soleil would've included footage of Eppy, in addition to images of the Beatles being shown on screen. But... don't allow me to go further with criticism... we all "sang along" with every number!