While it is true that, as a family, we say good-bye to each other more than most, it is also true that we treasure each moment we spend together. And, as evidenced by a recent meal we shared, our good-byes can be delicious. With Paired Experiences heading off on another cool, global adventure, we uncharacteristically [...]
Tag: Mile of Music
Harp and heartstrings with Calvin Arsenia
Had he noticed me, leaning in from the edge of my seat, grinning like a lunatic and mouthing to everyone I knew, "Isn't he great?" Calvin Arsenia might have been tempted to file a restraining order. I saw four of his sets and considered hitting a fifth, but rain and family commitments kept me away. [...]
Homegrown Talent on the Mile
I got goosebumps watching Bridger's set at the Appleton Beer Factory on Friday (definitely not due to the chill in that steamy air). I just loved watching the young, four-member group up there on stage wowing a packed crowd at a music festival that grew up along with them. I've known singer/guitar player Jack Coughlin [...]
Can music save your mortal soul?
I imagine, when this whole thing is over and the wicked pandemic witch is at last dead, someone will need to coax us all back into the glorious freedom of our lives. I'd like to think musicians will be our Glindas, summoning us with their eloquent songs to "come out, come out wherever you are" [...]