Re: My Tragedy at Chicago
- The people we care about are usually those who give us our inspiration
and support spiritually and artistically, and it's a very good thing
you were there to assist your wife; I'd guess that your small sacrifice
will result in a greater awareness and creative response that will reap
dividends for you.--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "eiyosus1"
> Hey guys. I was at the Chicago show and throughout the begining of
> the night, proceeded to inch my way towards the front of the stage.
> Right when Eye started doing his stuff, my wife fainted from heat
> exhaustion. I had to help her out of the crowd and take here
> somewhere so she could sit down. I ended up watching the show from
> the balcony. I try to justify it by saying it was probably better
> because I could see everybody in the band and know exactly what they
> were doing, but I probably would have like it more if I was up front.
> This show depressed the hell out of me, I play drums but now feel
> pretty worthless at them. I told my wife, that I'm gonna practice
> everytday for hours untill I can play like them. It's also made me
> unable to listen to any other music since I saw them. I feel like
> telling these other bands "Give it up guys." Oh well. I'm moving to
> Osaka in a year, so I guess I'll see them more there.