This was my first time seeing Lita Ford live in concert and she ROCKED!
Her band did a meet and greet after the show. This is what I love about living in a small town. You don’t have to pay an insane amount of money to exchange a few words with the band. It was interesting to look at all the memorabilia that people had with them while waiting in line. The girl behind me sported a very nice tattoo of her name. She brought along an album cover from the 80s. Another man had a 45 rpm record. I saw several advertisement posters from her previous shows dating back to when she was on tour with Joan Jett.
I choose to bring the CD cover to The Best Of The Runaways. I stayed close to the table to watch others pass through the line mostly because I wanted to see what piece of the past they had with them. It was definitely a trip down memory lane.
I love the photo we got with Lita!
I managed to get a couple of good photos with my point shoot camera. The red lights were a killer for most of the shots that I took. I chalk these up to good timing.
Her bass players and drummer gave the audience amazing solo performances. It was so loud, but so worth it.
Menace (local band) opened for Lita. They did a good job getting the crowd warmed up.
I picked up her latest CD along with a shirt at the merchandise booth after the show. She performed a few songs from this CD. It’ll be in my car deck for awhile.