In the beginning I didn't have a very good camera and it had relatively NO zoom so the picture quality and quantity were not very good. Still, with a little imagination and help from scrapbooking supplies, I managed to capture the essence of the show.
For B I am using Bon Jovi. This is a band that we have seen 3 times now so I know I have better pictures, but this was the first time we saw him, in April of 2008 during his Lost Highway tour. I didn't even have my routine down yet and there are no pictures of us!
The top right picture is a tag they were giving out at the concert. The other two pictures are of a T-shirt that we bought from some vendors in the street after the show.
I don't always take pictures of the opening acts because most of the time they are little-known local talents and I am not usually impressed. Opening for Bon Jovi on this tour, however, was Daughtry and I really like him. Still, from our seats, these were the best pictures I could get. I did remember to get the set list for him. The strip in the middle of the page was made using this punch from EK Success and I used some of the "outies" in the upper right corner:
Just as my picture taking had not developed yet, my scrapbooking style was pretty simple as well. I didn't have as many supplies and I think I lose just a little inspiration when I know the pictures are not the best. Inside the little circles are rhinestone dots to add a bit of sparkle to the page.
These two pages are made using overlays, so all the black lines are actually like a frame and I just put the pictures in the different openings.
I can still remember this show very clearly though because one section over from where we were sitting, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora came and stood in the middle of the crowd to sing "You Want to Make a Memory" and it was exciting to be so close. Those are the pictures with Jon in the blue shirt.
If you caught the post for the letter "A", you can see that each concert is quite different. Adele had 10 pages and this first Bon Jovi show had only 5. Excellent memories for both though! So, there you have B. Make sure to click on one of my "follow" buttons if you want to catch the rest of my alphabet and don't forget to click over to the main A to Z Challenge page to see what other participants have come up with for this letter. Wonder what C has for us?