Giants Stadium, New Jersey, July 1989
"Things had changed by 1989," Minkin says. "These were enormous stadium shows, hot and humid. It was tough. You had to have stamina. When 'Touch of Grey' came out, the demographic changed quite a bit. Now there was more of a mainstream crowd going to the shows and the legends of drugs and hippie chicks was part of the draw, the mythology. This audience looks like it could be at a metal concert. It wasn't like sitting outside the Keystone anymore."