Yeah, enough said. I got to the show early and rode down there with my roommate, but he unfortunately didn't have a ticket... Lucky for him
The show was outside and the sound traveled to the end of the street you see. So I am inside the show by myself with
And as soon as I got inside I had a rush of feelings that I needed help to get through this concert sober, so I prayed.......it worked! There were people getting high on everything from pot to magic mushrooms to LSD (a mixture that I used to call the hippy triple play). Not only did I get through the show clean and sober, but I was repulsed by the smell of pot in the air. I saw people getting high the way I used to, and I actually had pity for them. Instead of being able to enjoy the music and dance all the way through a song, they had to stop and go through the process to use. That used to be me, but screw that!
The show itself, top five of my all time concerts.....and I have been to a lot of concerts in my life. The band was just on fire from the first note until the last.
They played two sets that lasted three hours in total, and you'll see on the above photo the last two songs of the first set had two other musicians joining them, one a guitarist I didn't know.... But that cc.......that was a legend
Saxophone player Clarence Clemons who gained fame as the heart and soul of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band. Clarence needed to be helped onto the stage as well as back off, but gosh can he still blow that horn! All in all it was a great night, I danced so hard that every muscle in my body hurts but it hurts in a good way. I am still clean and sober, and
Well he's not!
Heres hoping all your faces have smiles, cause I have one plastered to this face!
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