The Turtles came on the stage to Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" They yelled "stop...what have they done to our music." It's hard to refute that fact based on the impressive set list that even after 40 years is still pleasing to the ears. I highly doubt that anyone who is making "music" today will be playing a concert for over 4300 fans in 40 years. Most of them can not play for that many people today. It seems like the music that came out of the 60's 70's and 80's was something that people could get behind, could be excited about, enjoy to the point that what they heard on the radio became the soundtrack of their lives. Well, pretty much every song that was played at the Wisconsin State Fair Mainstage Sunday night was released 12 or more years before I was even born, but at any age someone who enjoys good melody, instruments, and beat can listen to hit after hit after hit and know it was a good time to be a music fan. There is no way for me to list all the hits, go on youtube and search for The Turtles (three letters away from making a gazillion dollars), the Association, The Buckinghams, the grass roots, and Paul Revere and the Raiders. The bands played for almost three hours and I didn't know two songs. They ended the show with each act coming out one more time and singing the hook from one of their songs and as Flo and Eddie walked off the stage they turned to eachother and said, "It beats working" "I beats washing dishes." They personified the attitude of the 60's, and so did their meet and greet fans. While the kids show had 250 people who walked in a single file line to meet the band, the 15 people that went backstage for this show couldn't do it. When I told one guy to wait by a fence he asked me if he was in prison. Different attitude for a different time. Okay, back to the show. Each "group" was really just a front man or two and a house band that had a ton of skill on the instruments and could hit all those notes that might have been hit or miss from the legends. Let's hope one day record companies decide they are going to make music that people can be passionate about, truely love, and will be remembered for a long time. Now, back to Lady who?