Rock reunion hit all the right notes
To MAG (Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery) and the 2013 Red Deer Centennial Committee. I was fortunate enough to attend MAG’s Rock & Roll Reunion at the Rink. What a great time was had by all at that reunion party. Great music, great friends (some I hadn’t met until that night), and food all rolled (pun intended) into one evening.
Thank you to Harley Hay for making the evening sound like something no person should miss, even if you didn’t live here when the bands were the “hottest thing around.”
To add to my good fortune, I was also the winner of the tickets to the History of the Eagles Concert in Edmonton on Sept. 9.
Now that was an amazing evening. My sister and I attended and what a fun night we had. The band members shared stories and jokes (i.e. the band got together when the Dead Sea was just sick) and made some beautiful noise. Those boys have not lost their touch or their voices. Every member so extremely talented — playing multiple instruments, some amazing guitar riff’s were heard and the crowd went nuts. Yes, even the grey hairs can get rowdy when the guitar talks.
So thanks Red Deer MAG for both evenings. Rock and roll on. ...