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L Is For Live Music

Lamb.
Mary had a little one.
The closest I've come to lamb is to cook it.
Totally different, I know, and no I did not cook Mary's lamb.
As much as I like those little balls of snowy wool, I am showing you something I love. Something I listen to every chance I can get.
Live music.
Every summer there is tons of festivals and such filled with live music and bands I know and love. I always try to take in as much as possible.
Last year was Tater Vox, (see the Youtube video below).



This year was 54-40!!!
One of my all-time favorite Canadian bands, and they played a free concert in Oakville! Best part is they played every song I could think of, and trust me when I say, that's a lot!!
My sister, her husband, her niece and myself went. It was a great time, and definitely memorable.
Check out the video below. It was the first song they played, One Day In Your Life. Sorry about the bouncy video, I couldn't sit still and was dancing all the way through.



So I hope this is a band you know and love too!
Tell me, have you visited the festivals in your area this summer, and did you catch any live music??


Alphabe Thursday



Comments

  1. I haven't been to a live concert at a festival in forever! They are fun though! The singer in the first video does a mean John Belushi!

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  2. Love live festivals - and lots here in S Spain!

    Such an interesting *L* post – great photography!

    Visiting from Alphabe-Thursday

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  3. I love live music, I also love the way you list you Alphabet blogs. I am not familiar with the bands you filmed but could get used to them

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  4. Lucky you. Love this post. Enjoy.

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  5. Live music is so wonderful!
    no. I haven't been to hear any live music this summer. must do something about that.

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  6. Live music really brings your spirit to life...

    I have never heard of some of these bands but they are really good!

    Lovely post for the letter "L"...

    Thanks for linking.

    A+

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