No way would you get me to part with any of my money to see these guys, but if you feel differently – go for it.
But the interesting thing I read was about Fabian:
He was drafted, but rejected, for military service during the Vietnam War. According to USMC Lt. Col. Arthur Eppley, Fabian was declared 4F (unfit for service) after presenting a doctor's note stating that induction into the Army could cause him to develop homosexual tendencies.To be honest, this thing seems a bit lightly sourced. How does the author of the book cited know this about a draft board decision?
But, if true, the question it raises for me is that I thought one had to actually be gay to get a 4F back then. Would a doctor saying that you might become gay work just as well? Heck, I knew a bunch of guys who would have tried that dodge.
Sarge, I'm only eighteen, I got a ruptured spleen
And I always carry a purse
I got eyes like a bat, and my feet are flat, and my asthma's getting worse
Yes, think of my career, my sweetheart dear, and my poor old invalid aunt
Besides, I ain't no fool, I'm a-goin' to school
And I'm working in a defense plant
-- The Draft Dodger Rag, Phil Ochs, 1965