Now the reason I am writing this letter is I do not believe Todd's behavior was professional. When we talked about it today my sister believed he was drunk. The thought did not come to me. I thought he was rather cynical with his comments. He went out of his way to put down Ricky Martin (I'm 39 years old and I'm not sure who he is). He was having sound difficulties (he threw that little maraca that he was playing at his sound man.) And also he was wearing dark sunglasses and fell when he walk over to the sound stage. I did not see that but my sister did. Someone went over to help him up. It seems that the stage and the sound table where at different levels. There was a point in the show that Todd pretended that he fell asleep on the stage, was snoring, and pretended to wake up, asking the audience what they were doing in his bedroom! Now Kasim and the rest of the musicians were playing great. But I got the impression that Todd did not want to be there. They left the stage at about 10:15 and never came back for an encore. And that was it. My brother was dumbfounded. He was following the tour and new every song that they were to play. He tried to apologize to us, but there was no need to. I still had a nice night out.
Now I'm not putting this letter out to put down Todd. But I think he owes an apology to all his loyal fans that came out to see that night. I would like to blame it all on the sound system, but Nada sounded great. Maybe it was the fall that made him leave early. His behavior seemed somewhat inappropriate for a professional. I would like to see him send a letter out to his fans on his website explaining the show. Maybe you will get some more insight from other people E-mailing you. Have a good evening.