Friday, October 20, 2017
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Enjoy the book, Barrelassers ;) (Link below).
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Friday, September 29, 2017
We're almost ready to hit the "go" button here. Ready to tell you how this little duo got their start 43 years ago. Together forever ❤⌛⏳
Here's the question: if you were about to jump head-first into a book (eBook) series, knowing that you could win a prize for purchasing and reviewing it, what would you rather win?
Enjoy, Barrelassers 落
Looking forward to these next three shows!
Might throw one more in there before we hit the road for Christmas Vacation! 🤘🎼🎵🎤🎙🎸🎄🎁🎄
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
#ClassicCountry #CountryMusic #Music
Monday, September 11, 2017
I hit a couple of apps on my phone which both had no available tickets. The show had already started and we thought it might be possible some scalper would be o the side of the street with some cheap tickets he needed to rid himself of.
In all honesty, I'm the most positive human on the planet and I'm willing to try for what I want, but I have to say- I had every intention of walking over there (wheezing the whole way), seeing we couldn't get in and then just catching an Uber to my hotel so I could go to bed. I had absolutely zero confidence of randomly getting into a U2 concert at the last minute. I've "randomly" and not so randomly stumbled myself right upon some great opportunities in my 43 years on Earth, and almost none of them have ever just happened without some sort of pre-planning on my part and just having a dream or a wish that I was willing to try for. But there's only so much goodness to go around for me, right?
Upon reaching the ticket scanners we explained we were trying to get to the box office to see if there were any tickets left. I mean, it's U2- of course there are no tickets left, but anyway. The box office was closed and we were told the only way to get tickets was to get them "at that tent." Then they asked if we had the card we purchased out tickets with on us. "Oh, um, we don't have tickets" we answered. "You don't even have tickets?" they asked trying not to laugh at us. That's when it hit me. "Who's in that tent, anyway with those tickets you spoke about?" They explained that the tent was for people who had purchased the General Admission floor tickets, and that's where they had to go to pick up their armbands. I asked if they could sell us tickets there and they told us no, but she also said if we got tickets from there, she'd be more than happy to scan us in.
I took that as a personal challenge, I guess. We went to the tent. They appeared to have armbands but no other customers around. That tells me that there's available space for my body in there- as long as I can get one of those armbands around my wrist. They explained why they couldn't sell us a ticket. We explained that the box office was closed, and the other employees told us if we could get them to sell us a ticket, they'd scan us and let us in. They suddenly wanted to ask their supervisor. Along he comes and unfortunately, there's nothing he can do. We asked how we could get tickets online. Not possible, they told us. We kept explaining as one lady piped up and said she needed to ask Rob. I don't know who Rob is but, we cheered for her to ask Rob! I made jokes and shook my shoulders as if I were in a seventies movie. We all laughed and had a great time waiting for Rob to appear to hear our terrible predicament. Rob can't do anything either. But somewhere along the way he decided he wants to have a "pow-wow" with the supervisor and they walked off whispering to one another.
Suddenly, they re-appear and now 3 employees are placing armbands on each of us. I asked them what we do and where we go with these miraculous armbands we were just gifted like golden tickets from the sky. Seriously- I think I saw a golden spotlight from the sky shine down upon us and as we were banded ;). "you just walk in and onto the floor" was their answer. We thanked them profusely and started to run away back to the original scanners. "No, this way. Right through here and straight to the floor" they said. Are you freaking kidding me??!!
The show was amazing! The lights were amazing. The playing and singing were both amazing. The screen was amazing. The people were amazing. The atmosphere was amazing. The air was amazing. I don't know what else to say, or how to describe the show. It was on my bucket-list and never in my wildest dreams did I ever think this one would be checked off; wait, I lie- I think in my wildest dreams I thought I might see them someday, but never did I think I'd see U2 anywhere other than the very top of a stadium somewhere, and I sure as hell never imagine I'd ask to be let in and I'd just be let in for free. Keep in mind- we weren't asking for free stuff. We tried to buy tickets.
But as I always like to say, "If you never bother to ask- the answer will always be no."
Because every once in a while, you'll find out there are still kind people in the world. With one swoop, one man made the decision that even though they had already told us no- to do it anyway. One small act of kindness made three people very, very happy people. None of us, Barrelassin' Jay, nor our friend or me, had ever seen U2 but had always wanted to. It's the little things. If you can do something for someone, do it.
Enjoy, Barrelassers ;)
The sound is great, but what can I say- when you're seeing people like Van Halen and all the others I've seen there, the sound you hear is going to be nothing short of something amazing. I was able to upgrade my seats at the last minute seats that became available for this particular show and we couldn't have been happier. My little Momma is happy to join me as my Rock 'N Roll sidekick, and together we've piled up and driven to many places and even hopped on and flown to a few just to have some fun. That's not bad for a woman who just turned 75 years young.
I love all forms of Van Halen and all forms of Sammy Hagar- so I'm not interested in that debate. You can give me any one of those talented bunch of guys, together or separate, playing a huge show or playing in the damn circus for all I care, as long as they keep playing for me, I'm a happy gal! Next up- Sammy Hagar, Harrah's Cherokee Casino, Asheville, NC. I can't wait for the Red Rocker! (I tried to get those Cabo tickets but it's not in the stars for me this time. One day.
Enjoy, Barrelassers ;)
Sunday, August 27, 2017
#travel #Rocknroll #concerts #Reospeedwagon #BiltmoreEstate #Asheville
#Travel #Vacation #RockNRoll #Concerts #Charlotte #RickyAndLucysSummerTour
Rick Springfield just turned 67 years old on August 23rd. My phone was going dead and I couldn't take many photos from the time we got there. I asked for Jay's phone several times earlier. My husband is so funny!!! RS took off his shirt and Jay instantly took his phone out of his pocket and handed it to me 😂😂😂. These are actually from my phone. But there's no telling how many of these are on his phone. I have the best Husband ever. He has the greatest sense of humor. 67!
#Travel #Vacation #RickSpringfield #RockNRoll #Concerts #Charlotte
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
I found a little piece of New York City in Las Vegas. If this is what you get for waking up in Vegas, deal me in every time! Add a little zip lining over Fremont Street and I think I'm set.
Enjoy, Barrelassers 😉
#NewYorkCity #Vegas #travel #vacation #VegasVacation