Category Archives: Concerts

“Memories We Share”

Many of us identify specific periods of our lives with certain albums of the time. For me, one of those Soundtracks is “An Evening with John Denver” – a live album that was released in February of 1975. Even though … Continue reading

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Gilmour Gleams with “So long Sin, au revoir Chaos”

It’s kind of cool when something becomes relevant for the second time around, infusing new energy and a positive light in this lifetime, replacing negative associations of old. David Gilmour accomplished this transformation at his March 24th Hollywood Bowl concert, … Continue reading

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Fleetwood Mac Inspires

As I was recently listening to the song Drift Away, the line “Gimmie the beat boys and soothe my soul, I wanna’ get lost in your rock n’ roll and drift away,” inspired an Aha moment. I had been writing … Continue reading

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Springfield/Money/Loverboy Score Triple Play!

I never purchased an album featuring any of the performers whose concert I recently attended, but that doesn’t mean I’m not a fan. Most people of my generation have heard at least one song from Loverboy, Eddie Money, and Rick … Continue reading

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Bridge School Benefit Show Reunites CSNY

Since we moved to California a little over a year ago, I’ve discovered numerous concerts at many easily accessible venues.  I have a cousin here who has become my concert buddy, so when the performance and timing are right, she … Continue reading

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