Welcome to My Nightmare - Alice Cooper. It was expensive too- $25.
I love Alice Cooper!
It was a show. I never saw anything like that. Other concerts did not have a production of that sort. Cooper was in the Dark Shadows movie. They could not get him to look as flat in the front like "back in the day". Man, now remembering one at a speedway with multiple bands, it ended with Black Sabbath and left when Rod Stewart came on.. I was supposed to be home by 12am. oops.
You know Alice Cooper is still doing live shows with the Hollywood Vampires! Joe Perry and Johnny Depp are also in the band, it's epic!
$25? Thats cheap @ half the price. When was it?
I had to look online. I thought I saved the ticket. June 15, 1975. I was in 10th grade, 15 years old. A wee bit of time ago. ;D My first concert was in jr. high- The Doobie Brothers. $3.50.
LOL, That was a while ago. I would have been about 16 them. I went to a concert in a gym around that time .. can't remember by who at the moment but I remember them doing the robot dance under a strobe light. LOL
I got to see him a few years ago in Cincinnati, Ohio- he still kicks butt! We paid more than $25.00 to see him ;)
All Pink Floyd and David Gilmour gigs
Pink Floyd! ~<3
Broke my heart when I heard him say what he did about Trump. I know he has always been about opposing viewpoints on the political scale but I thought he was a lot more awaken than he truly seems to be.. Makes me truly wonder what is up with him. Pink Floyd does put in a great show!
Don't Laugh: Rick Springfield 1981 Working Class Dog Tour.
Tie. Joe Satriani at the Chicago Theater. Front row. FOr King and Country. Front row again. Got to meet them both.
The best concert I've ever been to was a Counting Crows & Rob Thomas concert!
Guns N Roses when they were still all together..or rather the original-- but then the Prince concert would rank right up there!!
The Sounds of the trees, the feeling of the landscape and the wonder of the wildlife living within it's habitat.
The presence of God.
Creation is a testament to his glory.
The specifics vary from place to place. If it's the ocean, the mountains, or the sky, I'm impressed with its and his immensity. If it's the forest or a babblingy brook, it's the detail with which he works.
You have so eloquently pulled the words from my mouth.
Nature/space/the universe= divinity to me. When my eyes take in the natural beauty/diversity of our world, I feel like I am looking into the face of God. This can be the diversity of the trees in the autumn that make the changing foliage so magnificent or visiting another country and eating their food/learning about their culture. Agreed, creation is a testament to God's glory!
I live in the forest. From the sky to the dirt, the colors are stunning. Then there are the scents- spicy, fresh, flower scents when various things bloom, etc. 1/2 mile from the highway, the sounds intrude, as does trains. When not, the forest sings its own song. IT changes every minute. Looking out my windows, or being outside, I am faced with so many things of beauty, I cannot find one that would be considered "the most". ;D
when the sound of the train becomes part of the harmonious background, then you know you have stepped up your appreciation... 😊
You are blessed with your living space. I hope to have this within the next 6 years.
that, quite literally, it is a spirit-filled living work of art, if you have the eyes and heart to see it... and then it can overwhelm you, either in a beautiful setting like this, or merely watching an ant crawl up a blade of grass...
the ocean, a quiet beach, warm sand incasing bare feet, the sound of the waves the gulls the change sounds take on when u feel at peace, feel happy. sun shine weight, the smell of salt mist, the bubbles in the waves and the feel of the sand as a wave retreats. Beauty to all my senses
Big trees, mountains, and clear fresh water rivers!
How lovely! <3
1971 Ford F150 Ranger. Yep, the Ranger use to be a full size truck and was quite a beast. Mine was green so I called it my Gumby Mobile. It was almost identical to this one.
I bought my first 'truck' a Ford Ranger in 1993, it was ordered by a business but never purchased. Longbed, no ac, no radio, all plastic inside. STILL HAVE IT. 220,000 miles. Not bad for 8,700...Never been off the road, but always a second car. (third if you count motorcycles)
1962 Ford Fairlane Coupe. Was over 10 years old when I got it, heading off to college.
1959 Studebaker Lark, one previous owner..., my dad. puke green, like the one in the picture in the article attached:
1980 ford tunderbird
After the truck, I bought a 1986 Thunderbird Turbo Coup. WAAAAY to fast for a 17 year old lol!
Friend of mine in senior year of high school was given a TransAm. We took some fast rides.
1974 Powder Blue Honda Hatchback. Loved that car.
Ford Granada, big old tank, great care for a newbie, nobody gonna squash that sucker