Mat Kearney, Andrew Belle, and filous

At this point, I really should either live at or be sponsored by House of Blues. I've gone to 2-3 concerts there already this year and was supposed to go to a couple others but life happened and I couldn't. Anyway, when I heard that Mat Kearney was coming into town, I knew I needed … Continue reading Mat Kearney, Andrew Belle, and filous

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Apparently Concerts Help You Live Longer

You know you have the best friends when they tag you in the comment section of an article claiming that concerts help you live longer. Because, let's be real here with ourselves, we all had a feeling that was true. But I'm so glad there's now officially evidence to back it up. According to this … Continue reading Apparently Concerts Help You Live Longer

Mainland & The Mowglis

So I bought tickets to see the Mowglis here in Dallas a few months ago because I met the drummer at camp a few years ago and apparently his band is now wildly popular. Which, obvs, if you went to Idyllwild and you're in a band -- of course it's going to be wildly popular. … Continue reading Mainland & The Mowglis

‘You Broke Up With Me’ by Walker Hayes

First off, let me just start off by saying, no, Rob and I have not broken up. We're still together, living the dream in an adorable house in the Dallas suburbs. But I still love this song, even though it's totally about a breakup, getting dumped, and proceeding to live your best life. I first … Continue reading ‘You Broke Up With Me’ by Walker Hayes

Flogging Molly and Skinny Lister

So Monday night, I found out that Flogging Molly was playing at the House of Blues Tuesday night. And small secret, seeing them live has always been on my bucket list. Combine that with the main room at the House of Blues? It was basically a necessity that I went. So I asked my boyfriend … Continue reading Flogging Molly and Skinny Lister

Blink 182, A Day to Remember, and All American Rejects

Sweet mother of pearl, this was an amazing concert. My boyfriend and I bought tickets back in May because after all, who wouldn't want to see the bands you grew up live, finally? Anyway, it was at a great venue and we were just off the right side of the stage. Great seats with a … Continue reading Blink 182, A Day to Remember, and All American Rejects