Saturday, April 10, 2010
Tired But Feeling Great
Last year was a year sorely missing in the amount of live music I attended. I'm not sure why, but for me there was little in the way of live music. After spending the day at the French Quarter Fest I have to wonder why. I have to make sure this year I get out to as much live music as I can. There's just a feeling that comes over me when I'm listening to a musician sing live, all my troubles and problems are forgotten at least for the time being and it's the next best thing to being transported to anther world. Saying that I have to admit that I am exhausted right now, I hopped around from stage to stage for most of the day before settling in for the long haul with Brian Stolz and Anders Osborne. I'll post more and plan to do a lot more on Voices to hear (and pics)! For now I'm going to bed.
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