DAVID LEE ROTH Fan Reunited With Lost Camera After 12 Years

April 13, 2011

According to KFMB-TV, a David Lee Roth fan that lost his camera during the singer's 1999 concert in Austin, Texas is in the process of having it returned — thanks to the Internet.

Greg Aulick captured Roth's performance on a disposable camera but ended up losing it — and all of the priceless memories it contained — because he "had a lot of Jack Daniels that night calming me down a little bit," he said.

The camera was recovered that same night by Matt Sellars, who's now a director at News 8 and was at the same concert almost 12 years ago. He took the camera home and forgot all about it until a year later when he came across it and decided to develop the pictures.

"Late last year I came across the pictures on my computer again and I thought with Facebook and YouTube now we could probably find this guy in a couple of weeks," Sellars said.

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