Wow. What an experience. I'll just cut to the chase and say 'thank you.'
Thank you to everybody who came to the show and turned it into such a success, I never would have imagined in the stressful weeks prior to bringing this blog kicking and screaming to life on stage, that it would ever be enjoyable to people, let alone so many people.
In the music industry, when bands sell out, it's a very bad thing - for me, selling out - the entire season- was a very good thing.
So thanks again, I hope you enjoyed the show as much as I enjoyed performing it. It's quite the ego-rub to know that my thoughts on concert etiqutte, Fred Schneider, and - oh, yes - Enya struck such a chord with so many people.
And if you didn't see the show?
Well, fear not, big news this way approacheth. Watch this space and all that.
Until then, read this review (special thanks to Colin Flaherty of The Groggy Squirrel) and rub your mits together and imagine what it must have been like while I set some foundations for future best-laid-plans.
Until then, I do feel like i've missed on reporting on what has been some very interesting movements in the music industry. I haven't even had a chance to comment on the seismic cultural shifts Mr. Kanye West is making. Surely that has to be the topic of my next post, surely.
But until then.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for coming to the show. And keep your eyes peeled for news.
In the interim, begin following yours truly on Twitter, I'm starting to get the hang of the whole thing now.
Amusing updates and musings ahoy!
Till next time lovers of all things ranty and musicy.