on Viggo Mortensen's next exhibits:
Information on Russell Crowe and
"The Russell Crowe concert was an
absolute blast! I had purchased tickets to the concert as a
surprise for my girlfriend Tracy. I had given her a couple great
clues on the drive in and when she put it together, she screamed with
such delight, I was thrilled. He has incredible stage
presence. It was so much fun to see him smile over and over
again. He not only appears confident, but truly content. His
wife was there too. Even though you didn't see her, he dedicated a
couple songs to her and placed his hand on his heart and looked up to
the second balcony. You can tell he feels love. His energy
level is endless, he came out for three encores. He ended with
Alice Cooper, I'm Eighteen, really rocked the house."-- J. Iverson
"I have a friend (J. Iverson
above) who loves RC, and
sat me down to listen to his CD. Frankly, it was pretty darn
good. Russell's first love is music, and the fact that he puts
such energy and dedication into his music AND his bread-and-butter
business, acting, speaks of integrity to me. So, it sounds like
you saw TOFOG...what did you think of the band and the
performance?"--Terry Pfister, firstname.lastname@example.org
To answer this question, here are four,
separate thoughts on the TOFOG concert:
Also, one of RC's biggest fans got to
see TOFOG twice! Thanks to Kay Anderson, email@example.com,
for these comments!
On Tuesday's show, August 19, 2003:
"I loved it! Awesome!! My friend and I went and loved
it and, in fact, I'm going back this Sat with my husband."
On Saturday's show, August 23, 2003:
"Sat night was GREAT! He told us a "secret" at the
end. All during the concert he alluded to the possibility of
telling us a secret. Then at the end he said "it's a
boy!". My husband (who used to be a priest) made the comment
about Russell later, "he really seems to be a good
guy!" He had copied down the "ten commandments"
from up on the House of Blues wall and read them (they were not the
Biblical ten commandments) but just great values. It was
inspiring. He was inspiring. He'd be a great friend to have
(and I'm sure that's what all the fans there thought!)."
Thanks Kay for sharing us more about
the concerts! There are definitely some benefits for living near Chicago!
On Monday's show, RC also mentioned a
secret he was going to reveal on Saturday. Thanks to Kay for
telling us what the secret is!
Congratulations to Russell Crowe and
Danielle Spencer! Recommended Reading (for everyone
To Expect When You're Expecting by Arlene Eisenberg, Heidi E.
Murkoff, and Sandee E. Hathaway, B.S.N. They also have other books
for the later years.
Also, the Master and Commander trailer is being shown at the movies now.