Earlier this year, my wife and I took a trip as part of an early 40th birthday present for me. Isabelle surprised me with tickets to the Festival d’été de Québec. The 10-day festival had a wide variety of acts playing, but the point of our trip was to see Foo Fighters. (You can read about the trip in this blog.) As much as I loved finally getting to see the Foo Fighters live in concert, one of the highlights of the night was one of the opening acts; namely Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls. Continue reading “Positive Songs for Positive People”
I mentioned in my last post that my darling wife, Isabelle, had surprised me with an early birthday present in the form of passes to the Quebec City Summer Festival (Festival d’été du Québec). She booked a hotel room for us for the nights of July 9 & 10, as the Foo Fighters were headlining the festival on the 10th. Another check off of my list… see the Foo Fighters in concert. Continue reading “Summer of Chris”
Music has played a large part in my life. Growing up, my father was a music lover, so we always had a wide variety of music in the house, whether it be records or cassettes. My music collection started fairly young with “Weird Al” Yankovic. This progressed into various other genres and types over the years, ranging from Hard Rock/Metal to Alternative, to Pop, to Swing, to Jazz, to Blues, etc. I’ve pretty much gone through the entire roster, with the notable exceptions of Country and Rap. And while I do have a faint appreciation for very small samplings of these two genres, they aren’t my favourites.