Sunday, November 20, 2005



So we went to see Jethro Tull last night at the State. I got the tickets for Zander's birthday, and quite honestly, I can't say that I'd ever heard their music before. We met the lead singer and flute player after the show. He's not a hand shaker, so here he is, rubbing elbows with Zander. The show was absolutely wonderful. It was great on so many levels, but especially the addition of Lucia. She's this young, beautiful, violinist prodigy that played in a frilly pink dress and bare feet. I've never heard a violin played like that, and if I had, I'd of surely taken it up as a child. Wonderful. The only down side of the night was the prissy State Theater. People needed to rock and they tolerated very little of it before sending down security. The rockers won in the end, there were just too many people that were moved and finally the security people just scowled by the back door and let us be.

3 comments:

LA said...

WOW!!!

Mrs. Bickerson said...

I was searching for more local blogging on the show. That violinist was awesome! Jethro Tull seems like it could play some theme music for the Renaissance Festival.

Mrs. Bickerson said...

Knitting and Jethro Tull?! What a swell blog. (That's him in the picture, right?)