It’s October, and already this year I’ve written three separate times about the power and community that comes from seeing musicians live in concert.
I wrote about live music’s power to connect us to each other, to entertain, and to provide …
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“`Cause you remember when, after Paris We all decided the best way to fight it was Drink wine, dance here and pray and make love that lasts with a vengeance.
So you can join the cowards all aboard the outrage train
You can stay afraid, or slit the throat of fear and be brave”
-”Let Me Down Easy” from Gang of Youths
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