A Complete Abridged History of Music (Part 4)*

October 25

* In the greater Alexandria, Minnesota, standard metropolitan statistical area.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s music is everywhere, but so is AIDS. ~  Malcolm Williamson

The year is now 2013. I must have been taking this cub reporter stuff pretty seriously by then. Based on the volume (a financial planner’s guide to economic success), I will have to split the year up into 4 separate posts. There was one day sometime in this era when the Super and I took in FIVE concerts in a 24-hour period. And we weren’t even teenagers . . .

Tucker’d Out @ CCW, January 2013

[Joined by Annie O’Flynn . . . ]

Harper’s Chord @ SAWA, February 2013

Lisa Lynn protege @ SAWA, February 2013

Salty Dogs @ CCW, February 2013

Harper’s Chord @ CCW, March 2013

Skilly & Duff @ Andria Theater, March 2013

Lisa Lynn @ SAWA, April 2013

Patchouli @ SAWA, April 2013

Salty Dogs @ CCW, April 2013

’57 Chevy @ Courthouse Lawn (King Louie Morena, w/ guests Kevin Klimek (guitar) & Bob Wilken (keyboards)), May 2013

[And Jim Faber (bass), Chuck Wencl (saxophone) & Paul Strand (drums) . . . ]

Anthony Miltich & Anna Miltich-Krenik @ CCW, May 2013

Anthony Miltich @ CCW, May 2013

Central Lakes Symphony Orchestra @ CCW, May 2013

Dan Mahar @ SAWA, May 2013

Djangleville @ SAWA, May 2013

Harper’s Chord @ CCW, May 2013

Never Played Alex

I never had much interest in the piano until I realized that every time I played, a girl would appear on the piano bench to my left and another to my right. ~ Duke Ellington

Up Next: This seems like a good place to end this portion of 2013 . . .

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