Traveling to an NFL game is about so much more than the 3-1/2 hours you spend inside the stadium. Experiencing the sites, sounds, and smells are what I love about traveling – and Nashville didn’t disappoint. Continue reading The Ultimate NFL Road City?
An entire generation of concert-goers probably has never heard of this event. Forty-one years ago, I was just 15 years old and starting to go to concerts with my friends when the unthinkable happened. At a show in Cincinnati on December 3, 1979, eleven people died as they, and thousands of others, pushed to enter Cincinnati’s Riverfront Coliseum. News reports spread quickly, and protective parents … Continue reading The Who – Remembering the “Stampede”
As part of our trip to see Penn State play at Pittsburgh, we decided to take a couple of extra days to tour around the area. Having already spent some time in Pittsburgh, we decided to take a trip to Cleveland, with the primary destination being the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Of course, checking into my interactive maps, I saw that the Steelers … Continue reading Rustbelt Roadtrip Part 3 – Cleveland
Before you go all crazy on me, calling for me to be silenced, lighting me up on social media, and whatever else people think is acceptable retribution for anyone who owns a “Rebel Flag”, allow me explain. To me, a Rebel Flag represented Southern Rock – period. Growing up in the early 70s, the music scene was pretty clearly divided, slightly different from today where … Continue reading Southern Rock and the Rebel Flag