I love rock-'n-roll and I love attending concerts. I've been fortunate enough over the years to see almost every band or artist on my 'Bucket List'. I also have a touch of OCD ()Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) which is why I have saved virtually every ticket stub (remember those?!?!) from every show I have ever attended. Because of my mania, I have them catalogued in chronological order so I decided to go through them today (July 27) to see if I had any that corroborated with today's date.

Lo and behold - voila`! - two stubs of which one was from a pretty big concert in the Yakima Valley SunDome back in 1999. Rock legends Bad Company headlined and the concert was opened by 'Diamond' David Lee Roth who was then touring solo after splitting ways with Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Van Halen (class of 2007)!

I tried to look up the setlist  online but, alas, couldn't find one. Since many bands keep the same setlist with just a few minor tweaks, here's what the show that night likely looked like based off od a show just a few nights later:

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The show featured the original lineup of Bad Company that had reformed in 1998 after a 16-year split.
Paul Rodgers - Vocals
Simon Kirke - Drums
Mick Ralphs - Guitar
"Boz" Burrell - Bass

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