Bowlful of Blues stirred old memories
As a child, I was spoiled rotten, unappreciative, and completely oblivious to the greatness that was taking place in my own back yard. I used to hate going every year and would complain the entire time until we finally would leave.
Every summer in Kansas City there was a big blues and jazz concert that took place at Liberty Memorial, which is also home of the National WWI Museum, and someone in my family would drag me and a bunch of my cousins to it.
Usually, the culprit was my mom or my Uncle Mond. Uncle Mond to this day is still a big blues hound. As a kid, I couldn’t appreciate the music or the fact that I was getting to see it live. Heck, to me, at that point in the time, the greatest composition ever scored was “Go, Go, Power Rangers,” the phenomenal theme to Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers.
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