Music soothes. Music heals. It educates, elucidates, captivates. It inspires. It can change the world. Losing live music hurt. So when my friend sent that invitation (To her neighbourhood Edmonton Folk Fest concert), I could feel my whole face instantly light up. I felt a huge weight, a COVID virus-shaped weight, an isolated, mask-wearing, physically-distanced, grocery shopping is the only outing-shaped weight, lifted off of my shoulders.
Archive for ‘Music Fangirl Confessions’
Laughter. Love. Music. Rock Godliness at Supernatural Conventions
Music Fangirl Confession #6: I have a new addiction… So last weekend I went to my very first Supernatural Convention. […]
Music Review: Jeff Martin’s Stars in The Sand
So a crazy thing happened a while ago – one of the Facebook Tea Party groups I belong to (The […]
Finding Rock Gods: Meeting Bono and Adam
Holy crap! I met Bono and Adam… sigh 😀
Confessions of a U2 Addict: Withdrawals and Multiple Shows – eXPERIENCE & iNNOCENCE in NYC and Jersey
Three U2 shows in a row and now the withdrawal is killing me…
Beats By Dre: So This Is What Music Is Supposed to Sound Like!
Lovin my new Beats by Dre!
In Search of Paper Gods. Duran Duran in Edmonton
So when the ultimate 80s synth band Rock Gods, Duran Duran, announced they were coming to my town, I jumped at the chance to see these Wild Boys live. I mean, come on, Notorious, Rio, Hungry Like a Wolf!!?? Live!? Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor, and Roger Taylor in the flesh? Delivering the tunes of my hey day? How could I not go? What kind of fangirl/Searcher of Rod Gods would I be if I didn’t go???
Achtung! U2 Sites in Berlin
This post is all about Berlin and its U2 must see sites. Complete with map and photos.
Music Geekery – Tea Party Style
Music Fangirl Confession #1: Soooo there’s this thing that happens when someone who loves music, is slightly obsessive, and has […]