…All night, on the beach ’till the break of dawn “Welcome to Miami”
Does anyone else think the majority of all crazy ish happens in The Sunshine State? From bath salt zombies to sinkholes this state boasts some quality chaos. Don’t worry though: the music, food and beaches help even the scales of awesome. So here goes with that first one:
Anberlin – Feel Good Drag
Unfortunately, these guys called it quits in 2014. Luckily, they left us with some stellar tunes before they went. Continue reading 15 on the 15th: Florida – Party in the city where the heat is on…
Welcome to Colorful Colorado, home of legal marijuana and the lowest adult obesity rate in all 50 states (and DC)! With all the gorgeous mountains and trails around here, I’m not surprised that locals are inspired to not just exercise in it but write songs about it. Including:
John Denver – Rocky Mountain High
This is Colorado’s 2nd state song. We have two! Continue reading 15 on the 15th – I guess he’d rather be in Colorado…
Taxation without Representation is the District of Columbia’s motto. Clearly subtly is not their priority.
RDGLDGRN – Million Fans
Continue reading 15 on the 15th: “Now I’m rippin’ clothes, Not a hippie, no, I’m a District heathen”
“Thus Always to Tyrants”
Yup. That’s what that Latin at the bottom of the VA flag stands for.
Here we go:
Foo Fighters – Arlandria
Arlandria is a strange smoshing of a place between Alexandria and Arlington. It’s also where Dave Grohl, leader of the Foo Fighters grew up. Continue reading 15 on the 15th: “My sweet Virginia, I’m the same as I was in your arms”
Welcome to the Old Line State, where the music is almost as cool as the flag:
Good Charlotte – The Motivation Proclamation
I don’t care what anyone thinks about GC, they inspire all of the MD pride and nostalgia in me especially now that I no longer live there. Originally from Waldorf, they will always be first on my list. Continue reading 15 on the 15th: Maryland
I miss music. I do. It’s so strange, music hasn’t gone anywhere, but I just haven’t been looking for it the way I used to. RedString started because of poetry, yes, but also because of music. Stevie and I traded mix tapes of songs we love and thought worthy of sharing and discussing and dwelling on. I miss dwelling on things outside my own head.
AND THUS BEGINS: Continue reading After Silence….