Rock Legends Cruise III
Thursday 19 February 2015 – Monday 23 February 2015

Bands that we were privlidged to hear (well, most of 'em)
 Alice Cooper    Doobie Brothers    Blue Öyster Cult    War    .38 Special    Marshall Tucker Band    Ten Years After    Uriah Heep    Molly Hatchet    The Outlaws
Edgar Winter     Paul Rodgers     Don Felder    Pat Travers Band    Royal Southern Brotherhood    Rik Emmett    Artimus Pyle Band    Melvin Seals & JGB
Citizens Band Radio    Dave Mason's Traffic Jam    Steve Rodgers    Swamp Da Wamp    Kim Simmonds & Savoy Brown    Blue Lords

Topside Level 12
Royal Southern BrotherhoodAt Anchor - Nassau
This is the "Poolside" stage as viewed from the 12th level... stage (between bands...upper left) is on 11th. with a  pool and two hot tubs full ofpeople, multiple bars and some lounge chairs.  Very nice after it warmed up.Royal Southern Brotherhood  with Devon Allman. son of Gregg Allman (washed out... too much light), and Grammy Award winning Cyril Neville of the Neville Brothers fame, and they ROCKED!  The guy on the right played a wicked electric guitar.The great sunglasses photo.  Duh!  Liberty of the Seas tied up in Nassau, our transit out of the slip was off to the right, almost dead ahead.  There were cruise ships on either side of the ship.  Our son, Shaun went into town to buy Cuban cigars and we stayed on board catching a few extra concerts.
Swamp Da WampA poor panoramic...
This panoramic photo was taken off the bow of the Liberty of the Seas, 12th deck.
The picture's right and left are almost facing forward, with the pool deck on level 11 near the center of the photo, facing aft.
Swamp Da Wamp was a pleasant discovery.  Here they play on the pool deck.

There were three stages with about two concerts going all the time.  Food was plentiful and free, but we managed to run up an $800 drink tab, lol.  We missed a jam session on Saturday night... Sunday morning, actually... that went into the wee hours of the morning.  It sounded like fun.  Weather was very cool and windy the first couple of days, and very pleasant the last two days.  Our room was small, but we weren't there for the room.  The port hole was a couple of feet across, so the view wasn't too bad.

Unfortunately, the inside photos of the concerts were overexposed.  That photo of the Royal Southern Brotherhood was the best of the lot.

Dave Mason was particularly good... Edgar Winter was forgetable.  Overall, I rate it as my best concert experience... by far!