About half of the music I hear in a given day comes at me through these computer speakers. I'm in the habit of starting a song as my Internet soundtrack and allowing it to color, emphasize, or detract my hyperactive websurfing. Try listening to the "Agnus Dei" from Victoria's Requiem the next time you're reading a touching human interest story, or really anything.
Do the same with Bob Seger's "Like a Rock" (at least until the last verse) when reading another email entreating you to do something that you don't have the time or inclination to do, but that you will inevitably agree to.
Here's a soundtrack for this blog post which, if nothing else, somewhat justifies the weak pun for this entry's title.
The I Hear IC concert series is pleased to announce that Paleo will be performing at the upcoming show (March 8th, Englert Theatre).
Paleo is a Master RoadDog. He's played nearly 1000 shows in his career and has logged almost as many road miles as that guy who's given up everything to walk around the world.
Also on the docket is local favorite, Olivia Rose Muzzy.
Read more about Mark Rushton, Chaircrusher, Chris Reichmeier, and Daniel Houglum in the posts below--they are picking up where we left off after the Great Blizzard of 2011.
Tuesday March 8, 9PM, Englert Theatre onstage
5$, discounted for those who request the secret password.