Thursday, August 5, 2010

Concert Extras


Two of my top five concert experiences have been at wineries - there is something about the beautiful setting that makes the music even sweeter - even if the weather doesn't always cooperate.  A few years ago I saw The Corrs at a winery in Washington State where the rain poured until minutes before the concert started.  Still it was worth being damp.  Here in Kentucky, for the Mary Chapin Carpenter concert, the problem was extreme heat, and yet it was worth a little sweat.


Before the concert I wandered a bit to capture a few photos.  What a beautiful setting, I'm going to watch their concert line-up, I wouldn't mind going back again.


We fell a bit in love with the opening act, a new artist out of Nashville, who coincidently grew up on a winery, Ruth Collins.

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7 comments:

Tammy Lee Bradley said...

Gorgeous photos. Saw you at Kim Klassen's!! Awesome! It made my heart all fuzzy.

Kate! said...

Love the photos, but that first one is breathtaking! Love it!

Diana Joy said...

I too like performances at wineries....beats state fair stages.

R Montalban said...

Like upbeat acoustic songs.

Hazydaisy said...

Love your photos, Jamie- it looks a beautiful setting for a concert. The song is great too!
Lesley

chasity said...

beautiful photos...
that band has an interesting sound.
always love the mandolin!

Karen said...

Beautiful photos, Jamie. We recently saw James Taylor and Carole King in 90°+ heat and high humidity and I'd go again in a flash. When the music is good, the weather is (almost) irrelevant.

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