I enjoy writing to Sigur Ros’. Some may find it distracting. Here is a video from their recent release. The English title is, “Moving Art.”
The seat did not matter. I had never bought tickets to a pop/rock/alternative concert before. When it was announced that Coldplay would be coming to Oklahoma City in July, I accessed Ticketmaster and clicked the button for tickets. Growing up it was about the “seat.” Since I had never been to a concert on par with Coldplay, the seat did not matter. I simply wanted to be in the building.
Patty had agreed to go with me. The July date was postponed. Fortunately the new date fell on an evening we had free – a Sunday evening. Yes, the pastor goes alt rock.
One of the features here at The Edge of the Inside is a weekly video in the right sidebar. This month I have been featuring one of Lyle’s favorite bands – if not his favorite – U2.
In October of 2009 we went to the U2 360 Tour. I imagine Lyle would have enjoyed it, even the Black Eyed Peas. I recall Lyle getting a copy of U2’s Vertigo Tour. Here is a post from Lyle after watching U2.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005
U2 a religious experience?
I have enjoyed listening to U2 for as long as I can remember. I guess I am a little late in buying into the idea that their music is some form of worship. I watched a free concert of sorts a few months ago, it was entertaining, sort of in a documentary fashion. Read More