Tag Archives: live music

Nessun Dorma

The look on his face– a combination of triumph and relief when he knows he nailed it– is priceless.

Continue reading

Pete’s Smile

I have the album, and always enjoyed the story and the song, but didn’t know there was a film of it.

Continue reading

BBVD

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy in on the web HERE. Right now their tour doesn’t take them anywhere near me- but I’ve got my eyes on them.

Continue reading

I watch it all roll by…

Standing on the moon With nothing left to do A lovely view of heaven But I’d rather be with you… Full lyrics HERE.

Continue reading

Wake Up

“You cannot live without dying. You cannot live if you do not die psychologically every minute. This is not an intellectual paradox. To live completely, wholly, every day as if it were a new loveliness, there must be dying to everything of yesterday, otherwise you live mechanically, and a mechanical mind can never know what …

Continue reading

We Saw Yesterday Last Week

Mona and I went to see a Beatle’s tribute band last week, and they were a lot of fun. We didn’t go expecting to relive Beatlemania, we just wanted to sing and dance and enjoy the songs that have become such a part of our lives.  The band we saw, Yesterday: The Beatles’ Tribute, gave …

Continue reading

Where have all the flowers gone?

We tried to go to a Bellamy Brothers concert last night. The evening began with a rousing tribute to our brave and glorious troops, after which the crowd burst into spontaneous applause because they, too, love our brave and glorious troops. Then we were compelled to rise and recite the pledge of allegiance (I declined), …

Continue reading

Any Day Now

I read an article once that said Jerry Garcia should not be considered  a top-tier guitarist because he played too slow. I disagreed with it.

Continue reading

As If

Mona and I went to see a David Phelps concert at a nearby church last week. It didn’t go well. I’m not Christian, but I was raised Catholic so I know all the stories. I enjoy devotional music of all faiths, and like David Phelps in particular. I have a few of his albums. But …

Continue reading

Like a steam locomotive

He’s gone.

Continue reading