Recently REUTERS did an article on Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp, interviewing 5 time attendee Rey More...below is an excerpt from that interview:NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rey Moré was on stage at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut, playing the memorable opening of The Who's famous hit "Baba O'Riley," when lead singer Roger Daltrey looked over at him, and started screaming the opening verse:
"Out here in the fields ..."
Haven't heard of Moré? That's because the former Motorola executive, now 61, is just a regular Joe, but found himself in the spotlight as a participant in Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp.
"I almost dropped my guitar, it was so cool," remembers Moré. "For me, that moment is frozen in time."
For $4,999 - other pricing options are available as well - participants in the camp can be temporary rock stars, jamming all day and partying all night with their childhood idols. (http://www.rockcamp.com)
Moré is part of a growing army of fantasy-camp fanatics. Instead of spending down time on a beach or visiting some tourist trap, they prefer hanging out with someone they admire, in a field they're enthusiastic about.
"People want choices for their time off, where they can immerse themselves in an activity they are passionate about," says Tom Holland, chief executive officer of the American Camp Association.
Indeed, Moré loved the fantasy Rock 'n' Roll experience so much, he has done it five times.
"I know people who have gone to these camps 18 or 19 times," says Moré. "Sure, it's expensive, but you can't have this much fun anywhere else."
Next up for him: Rock camp with David Crosby (of Crosby, Stills & Nash) and Ginger Baker (of Cream).
"That's bucket-list stuff, right there. I can well and truly say I am addicted," he says.
As the latest happiness research from thinkers such as Tom Gilovich at Cornell University shows, what makes people truly happy is not things, but experiences.
Instead of acquiring more stuff, for instance, Moré prefers holding onto the memory of former Journey frontman Steve Perry coming over and telling him he "killed" a song rendition.
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