We only lived a 1/2 mile from Texas Stadium then. I remember being in awe of everything there. It was like a huge fair. Radio stations were everywhere. I made note of a few to check out when I got home. I remember getting the black light stamp on my hand to go down to the field where our seats where. Section G. It was towards the back of the field but I didn't care. I watched the jumbotron the whole time. Mom put me up on her shoulders a few times, but she couldn't hold me forever.
I'll never forget that experience. It was the first time that I listened to something other than what my parents listened to. I remember going home that night and tuning into 100.3 Jamz. Inevitably, that day set me on a music lovin' path that has led me here today, to this blog. What humble beginnings. lol
I suppose it was only a matter of time before the rumors were confirmed that NKOTB were getting back together. Alas, I was halfway tempted to go digging through my closet for anything NKOTB that might still be there. A poster, a pillow, and a sleeping bag are all that remain now (I'm a pack rat, so sue me. :-P ). I still have my Hangin' Tough Live vhs around here somewhere too. I wonder if this stuff is worth money now.
Anyways, it's really really official now. Right down to the morning show debut.
Now, for the hardcore fans out there.... how many of you woke up early on Saturday mornings to catch this.....