I can see you wrote this a while ago, but I have a few suggestions for improvement:
Should be: Beatles' song, "I Saw Her Standing There."
You might want to say "all three..." musical artists, or former teen idols, or however you want to identify these old time favs of mine. I used to run home from school to watch "Where the Action Is." Remember that, and Bobby Sherman? I am jealous for this experience you write of.
Actually, it's Jimi Hendrix --the spelling, you see
What is the now famous Davy joke? Tell that part, especially since Davy is no longer with us. Maybe you could be sparked to add a bit on Davy and the others. Perhaps how you fellt on his passing. Get the reader by the heart strings!
Just so you will know the rule for the future, and so you can fix it here, I have a way to remember the rule on quotes around songs. They can't hang out on their own, so you have to stuff them inside some quotations. Examples: "Pleasant Valley Sunday", --put the quotes, then put the comma
If you wanted to beef up this article, maybe you could describe how the different groups dressed (Paul Revere), and the Monkees TV show, and the age you were when they were originally popular. The more details you can add, the better. Be as specific as possible. I need more full a description to understand the lighting problem--was it just pictures, or seeing the stage too?
I really enjoyed your review, and am jealous as all get out for your experience. Do you know how to add pictures? If you don't have any, you can search on the web.
Good article, but could use some buttering up--to make it more exciting, and stemy perhaps. Were you hot at the concert? There are all kinds of questions a fan would have about this concert. Will you answer those with an edit, perhaps?