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Steven Tyler was in town!

Back in April, we received a Wolf Trap brochure for summer concerts in our office. As Dr. Choby scanned the brochure, her eyes landed on the concert on June 21st. Immediately, she called Wolf Trap and bought a ticket. You might be asking: what her very excited to order so quickly? It was Steven Tyler. After missing out on the Sting concert that was earlier in the year, she took full advantage og her Wolf Trap membership. After a five chat with the Wolf Trap representative, she was set to see Steven Tyler.

After two full months of root canals treatments, emergencies, having our office laptop stolen and other personal things going on, Dr. Choby was anxious for the 21st to come along. And let me tell you, the wait was worth it! Last night was amazing! Especially after a long day at work with back to back treatments.

The show kicked off at 8PM, with a group of women playing a few songs as an introduction to Steven Tyler. The women were great! They were the perfect group to introduce the main star. About an hour into the show, the crowd started to come alive as Steven Tyler took the stage. For those who don't know who he is: Steven Tyler is well known as the lead singer of Aerosmith. He's known as the "Demon of Screamin'" as he has a great vocal range and for his high-energy performances.

That title is well earned. He came onto the stage in a very vibrant outfit and with lots of energy. 
Steven Tyler put on a great show, as always.

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