It’s been ages since I saw a performance in some kind of stage. I have actually been quite fortunate to watch live performances-really good jazz ones- on the block down from me in Brooklyn. That is one beautiful, awesome part of being in New York City.
Actually, I misled myself. The last live musical performance I caught was in Seattle at Pike’s Market. I caught the Party Cats. Everyone needs a hook.
While that was a bit of spontaneous fun, I want to go to a big concert. I’d like to go to a farewell concert. A last of a kind. Of course, many performers these days have multiple farewell tours. They just can’t seem to quit us.
I still regret never seeing Prince in concert. I thought he’d be around for a while. Or rather, I just didn’t think about mortality. Yikes.
But it’s time I make that list.
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I’m fortunate to have seen Prince a couple of times – truly awesome. Last live performance was Alicia Keyes.
I was fortunate to see Prince a couple of times – totally awesome. Last live concert was Alicia Keyes.
SMiLes Dear Miriam
The Bigger The Concert
The More Human Energy
To Ascend Transcend
For One Group
i STaRT mY Own Party…
(mY Kinda Concerts Not
My Wife’s Cup of Tea
While i Drive ‘Ms Daisy’)
The Nice Automated Cashier
Assistant at Publix A Real Human
Being Asked My Wife How Long We Had
Been Married And When She Responded
(For 9 Years and
9 Months Real)
Yes Really Has A Name
Around Town Ironically Hehe Not Mine…
And Once Again i’ll Damned Sure Keep it That Way Hehe..;)
I saw Prince. It was phenomenal.
I don’t like concerts very much, because of the noise and the number of people.
I’m going to see Janet Jackson in June. That should be fun!