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jfraise something unrelated to halloween.. but don't know where to post this. figured out how to work Kid Rock into one of my graduate classes in requirement for my MFA in criticism and curatorial studies. or at least I think I have. Very excited about this!! Waiting for confirmation from my prof. can you post something on the collaboration with the Detroit museum and ask everyone what they think about it?? or what they hope to learn from it, or if they are interested in learning about it? who will visit it or something along those lines, please?
DianaR My seats aren't the greatest, but it is Huntington Center so there aren't any really bad seats. Arena seating. I am too short for the floor shit. Found that out last time :( Kept getting someones arm in my sight and a drunk girl falling down and spilling beer on me. It's close to home so KR, how about stopping in for a song or two??
rocksavedmysoul I have tix for Saginaw Diana but I would also love to go to Toledo to see J. Geils since they won't be opening in Saginaw. I like Huntington because it's a smaller venue. Enjoy!
rocksavedmysoul I have to say, the meet and greet with Mick was really amazing. We met him on stage, got pics, had a Q & A, and were given our swag (and also allowed to take to our cars and reenter the venue which was a huge bonus). Mick talked about his fondness for the area, specifically reminiscing about the Grand Ballroom concert in Dearborn in the late 60s. He spoke about being a bit homesick one Christmas day as he spoke with his mum in England as his family was sitting down to dinner. He and the band were subsisting on vending machine food that day here in America. He spoke about families who took them in during those early years, putting them up for the night in spare rooms, garages...and how that really touched him as he looked back. I loved all his stories. The most fun was watching Val. She just lit up when she had her chance to meet him. It was all very cool.
rocksavedmysoul Yes he is, Beckxy, He's like 6 ft. 5 and I just make it at 5 ft. so he just towered over me. I thought of another thing he said. Funny Brit was amazed when he came to this country and discovered Dunckin Donuts. He thought it was such a novel concept. I laughed when he told the story. It's something us Americans do not even think twice about.