Category Archives: Music

Josh Groban at Red Rocks

We’ve wanted to go to Red Rocks Amphitheatre ever since we moved to Colorado almost three years ago. But we were waiting for a performer that at least one of us actually wanted to see. Josh Groban fit that description … Continue reading

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Over the Rhine at Ivywild School

I got wind that Over the Rhine was coming to Denver on the Saturday after the Fourth of July. I went online to buy tickets and discovered they were appearing in Colorado Springs a night earlier. That made things even … Continue reading

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Glenn Miller Orchestra

Way back last December, when Sally’s choir performed with the Gettys at the Pike Peak Center, I noticed that the Glenn Miller Orchestra was coming on June 16. Sally and I wanted to go, and we invited Megan and Maddie … Continue reading

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Paul Simon

We went with Nate and Karen to see Paul Simon’s one-night stop in Colorado on his farewell tour. The concert was at Fiddler’s Green in the south Denver suburbs. Our seats were in the center but well up from the … Continue reading

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Soli Deo Gloria Concert

Sally has joined a choir in Colorado Springs made up of people from many local churches. The choir puts on two concerts a year, and today was Sally’s first. My supervisor, Cynthia, also joined at the same time Sally did. … Continue reading

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Quick Trip to Columbus

We were planning on eating dinner downtown along the river at a restaurant that overlooks the fountain. But when we took a second look at the menu, we decided to go elsewhere. We ended up at Spaghetti Warehouse where there … Continue reading

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Sarah

Sarah Chase performed a short piece on the piano. And then there was Tuna and things got strange.  

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The Chicago Experience

Our good friends Wayne and Holly are gifted at finding interesting things to do in unexpected places. That’s how Sally and I found ourselves on a Saturday night sitting in a tent in the parking lot of a Catholic church … Continue reading

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