My camera was going way too much in and out of focus as John moves a lot on the stage, so I only shot two small clips and then I gave up. I had a good seat, a bit further from the stage, but at the same height with the stage, without anyone directly in front of me.
Shot in 1080/24p HD (film frame rate) with a Canon SX230 HS. It's the best small-ish digicam with enough zoom (14x), good low light and most importantly: some video manual control that prove important for live performances (lock focus, flat colors, lock exposure if desired). So if you're going to be shooting a lot of live videos, that's your best bang for the buck at that size and abilities. The jumping-focus problem I mentioned can be fixed by "locking" focus after you have zoomed in at the desired level, but I was just too lazy to do this that night, I preferred to just enjoy the show rather than fiddling with it in the dark. Great stereo audio quality for such a small camera btw, most other small cameras have crackling sound at the loudness of a live performance.
"Pure Rockets", in San Francisco, 3rd Sept 2012. Change quality to 1080p if your computer can handle it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrZziMX99PE&hd=1