This night is gonna last forever.

I’ll tell you what would be some story And what would set me freeIs if the same thing happened to everybody That just happened to meEagles, “Nightingale” I’ve been to many memorable shows. Many that mean the world to me. But this was in a class of its own. Against all odds, tonight I went …

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Dallas Dreams: Don Henley Runaway Tours 2016, Part 4 (The Show!)

This is part 4 of a 5 part series. Click here for part one, here for part 2, and here for part 3! MAY 1 2016 First, a BIG DISCLAIMER: This is not a review. It is not comprehensive, and there’s no setlist. I remember most of this show, but not all, and in bits …

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Dallas Dreams: Don Henley Runaway Tours 2016, Part 2

This is part 2 of a 5 part series. Missed the first part? Click here to go back! APRIL 30, 2016 The hotel looked huge and imposing from outside, but that had nothing on the inside. I walked in and just stood there for a moment, looking around, mesmerized. And lost. “Can I help you …

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Dallas Dreams: Don Henley Runaway Tours 2016, Part 1

MARCH 10, 2016 Reluctantly, I stood up from the break room table. Lunch hour over, I picked up my phone and started towards the door. Buzzzz. “Well, I should check that email before I go back out,” the procrastinator in me thought. I stopped, clicked the Mail icon. ULTIMATE FAN EXPERIENCE, my inbox proclaimed. The …

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So long, 2020, the “All is Lost” moment in the world’s screenplay.

If I wrote a screenplay of my life, late December, 2000 would be the "All is Lost"* point. The lowest point for the protagonist, the point where it cannot get any worse but you also can't figure out how it could ever get better for them. I flew to Toronto from Virginia on Christmas Day, …

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