Adele is not somebody I'd picture you going to see, Paul, but hey, why not! As much as I like hard rock, metal and other loud stuff, I quite like Adele myself
Well....considering that the 2 concerts prior that we went to were Akka Dakka and Gunners...
Yeah, that's what I mean. I pictured you as a hard rock type of bloke with a penchant for loud and plenty of grunt. I'm a bit that way myself, with a real liking for various kinds of heavy metal, but I also like other genres, like blues and jazz [both modern jazz and from the 30's, roaring 40's] and various types of performer
I don't get out to concerts much these days, but in the 70's I went to see Marcia Hines with my then-to-be 1st wife. Now that was one heck of a show, with all her big hits and more. I also went to see Charley Pride in the mid 80's, which was also an excellent concert. I also went to smaller venues to see such artists as Renee Geyer, Carol LLoyd of Railroad Gin [remember them?] and Kate Ceberano. They may be a bit of a change down from The Rolling Stones; The Who; Cream; Led Zeppelin and Robin Trower [Procol Harum], but equally as enjoyable to see/hear in concert.
My absolute favourite two concerts of all time were when Roy Buchanan came to Brisbane twice in the 80's. To hear that blues guitar of his wail like a cat and bark like a dog live was something extra special. He was technically the most awesome guitarist who ever walked on God's Earth, but sadly his life ended prematurely in 1988, and nobody has been remotely able to fill his boots ever since.