A big fan of Queen, Bob Marley and UB40. If there is 1 wish that I have to make, is that I was born before 1982 ! say 1977 in the UK ! So that I catch these bands and artists at their gigs. Unfortunately I was too young (or still dust) when these bands performed their greatest live gigs. And now that Freddie and Bob is dead, and that Deaky have retired and Ali quitting UB40 I (and all you Queen and UB40 lovers out there) can only enjoy their music by listening to their records and of course, there’s YouTube. Live Aid 1985, I was only 3. I’ve been to the UK at that age but .. I was 3. LOL. Uhmm.. And Bob, he died1981. a year b4 I was born. So even if I was born in 1980, i would still be too young to appreciate reggae. Uhmm.. But nevertheless there are other means of enjoying these great artists’ music tho it’s not going to be the same.. I don’t know but artists in the 21st century are somehow different in the way they capture their audience..(well generally).. Patti Austin, James Ingram, Albert Hammond( who sang It Never Rain in Southern California),Linda Rondstant , just to name a few, are among the 70s and 80s artists who I dig !! And let’s not forget Cher. Who else.. Just too many. I do appreciate and listen to the contemporary artists, but thy old ones produce enduringly more beautiful music. And let’s not forget the likes of Santana, Gregory Isaac, Gipsy Kings, Boney M and Jose Feliciano. Whatever it is, I heart good music and beautiful tunes. I hardly go to concerts , the last ones was in 1996 (Michael Jackson) and Ricky Martin(I can’t remember what year). To Freddie Mercury, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson and Gregory Isaac,and oh how could I forget James Brown, REST IN PEACE. Thank you for the good music.