Great Lesson From One of the Greatest Concert Performances Ever


It was 1983. The concert was one of the first that was broadcast live on television. It was outside and the conditions could not have been much worse with the wind and the rain.

Before the bad weather, the estimate was that 800,000 people were watching live in Central Park and millions were watching live around the world. Nancy and I were two of those millions. We had been fans from the beginning of her career. We loved her voice and her music.

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