First in line
Rock concerts in the 1980's
Trevor loved being first in line. It didn’t matter where.
When he was younger, he would race from the bus to the front door of the school to be first in line.
No matter where he was he’d compete, jostle for position in order to be first in line.
Back in the 80’s rock concerts in town were a pretty big deal.
Unlike now, where celebs show so many private details of their lives on social media, being in the same room with a rock hero was as close as a fan could get.
When rock legends Rush decided to come to the Metric Centre in Halifax, Trevor had to be first in line.
That was a stick
It was such a big deal that Trevor even pretended to enjoy a fifteen minute drum solo.
How could I get bored? I was in the same room with Neil Frickin’ Peart!
(actually, it was boring as hell, but no one was going to make such a comment even then)
Given what a big deal these events were some took extreme measures.
Some would camp out overnight in the dead of winter in front of the box office at the arena in order t…
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