He name-checked St. Louis a couple of times and played Chuck Berry's "ï¿½'est La Vie" (woulda been really cool if he threw in Tina Turner's "Nutbush City Limits") but didn't make good on the bet that if St. Louis won the World Series, he'd don a Cardinals cap during "Beautiful Loser." But it was impossible to be disappointed in a show that encompassed so many career highlights: "Main Street," "Katmandu," "Turn the Page" and some twenty others went by in what could have been a crash course in classic-rock history.
After he dedicated songs to his kids -- he took ten years off touring to raise his family -- you ended up forgiving him for the whole Chevy "Like a Rock" ad campaign and instead admire his recent eco-friendly stance. Earth mother and model daddy? That's our Bob.
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