What Are Your Top 3 Concerts Ever? I Just Added to My List

This was one of those few concerts in your life that you’ll never forget.  And I’ll add it now to my Top 3 Best Concerts Ever! Top Concerts List in Progress In 1987, my sister and I bought tickets for $5 each to see U2 play the Joshua Tree Tour in Tempe, AZ - a... Continue Reading →

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What We Learn from Positive People, and the Unlikely Doors They Open

When you connect with positive people, good things happen ... in many ways. This new positive connection in my life instantly became a role model, and also brought an unexpected bonus!

Mr. Brightside: Brandon Flowers and The Killers Teach Me How to Handle Adversity

The lights dim, the band takes the stage to a steady, low-synth baseline against the high screams of 10,000 fans.  And then, they kick into their opening number.  Sound, lights, and rock-n-roll attitude are flying high as The Killers, one of the most successful and critically acclaimed bands of the 21st Century, launch into their... Continue Reading →

That’s Very Canadian of You: What The Tragically Hip Taught Me About Me

My upbringing didn’t include the Tragically Hip.  So how could this band define who I am? The answer came on a warm summer Saturday night in Montreal - all at once. I’ve been playing in cover bands for years now, and among the hundreds of songs we’ve played in those bands, I hadn’t heard or... Continue Reading →

Act Your Age

My first rock festival -- I am 47 years old. As a rule, I try not to lead with my age.  I believe it’s more about who you are inside than what this number, 47, says about who I am. But when telling of my day at the Osheaga Music Festival in Montréal last weekend,... Continue Reading →

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