Thoughts About Music and the Foo Fighters

Music is a gift. Those who are able to create and share it in a way that connects us to each other is remarkable. I feel sad for those who close their ears and minds to experiencing all music can offer due to ignorance, misinterpretation of lyrics or inability to appreciate different perspectives.

Whether it be live or virtual, I find it inspiring to be a part of an audience united in a common appreciation for excellent, relevant and soul-touching music. Last night was one of those exceptional opportunities. I was one of thousands at the Foo Fighters‘ concert at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

All I can say is that it was one of the best rock shows I ever experienced . . . ever. The Foo Fighters are no pretenders. They are extraordinary performers who inspire, entertain and connect. Rare and true rock talent such as this is legendary. Dave Grohl and his band mates connected with us — their audience — from the time they took the stage until the conclusion of their performance three hours later.

Related links:

Foo Fighting for Freedom

Foo Fighters

On YouTube

4 Comments on “Thoughts About Music and the Foo Fighters

  1. Hi Kate. My nephew and his dad were there as well and said it was AMAZING! So cool you got to be there. Beth

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    • Thanks for reading Beth! I love experiencing great music with others. My youngest seems to appreciate my music choices. I can’t wait until he’s old enough to attend some shows with me.

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