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Oric
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Oh wait, I already did.

Yep, on Tuesday, I played in Carnegie Hall itself. Not on guitar or bass, but tuba, with my high school band. I must say, Carnegie Hall is close to perfection. It was a blast playing in there, and I even got a solo.

 
Posted : 06/04/2007 11:49 pm
Ricochet
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That's awesome! :D

"A cheerful heart is good medicine."

 
Posted : 06/04/2007 11:52 pm
Jonny Guitar
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Sweet! :D

 
Posted : 07/04/2007 1:27 am
margaret
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Congratulations! That must've been a great experience, and one you'll remember your whole life.

Margaret

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Posted : 07/04/2007 4:20 am
Kevin72790
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That's awesome, congrats man. :)

 
Posted : 07/04/2007 4:26 am
chuckster
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That's really cool. Congrats on "making it".

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It was them that turned me to drink.

 
Posted : 07/04/2007 6:19 am
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That's fantastic! I'm sure it was an experience to remember.

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Posted : 07/04/2007 8:56 am
clockworked
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There aren't enough good tuba solos in music.

Used to be, was a part of me felt like hiding.. but now it comes through. Comes through to you.

 
Posted : 07/04/2007 1:39 pm
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8)

Well we all shine on--like the moon and the stars and the sun.
-- John Lennon

 
Posted : 07/04/2007 2:15 pm
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Practice , practice , practice ! (Sorry , I couldn't resist ! )

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Posted : 07/04/2007 2:23 pm
Bish
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Congratulations.

And to think I went to the trouble of "drumming up" a Mapquest to get to Carnagie Hall. :oops:

Bish

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Posted : 07/04/2007 5:46 pm
Taso
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Very cool! Congrats. I've seen a performance there and its quite an amazing venue.

Oric, by the way, were you referencing the George Carlin bit?

http://taso.dmusic.com/music/

 
Posted : 07/04/2007 9:37 pm
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BARK!!!

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Posted : 10/04/2007 4:36 pm
Oric
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There aren't enough good tuba solos in music.

There are. You just have to wait around a lot.

Taso- I'm a George Carlin fan, but I don't know which bit you're referring to.

 
Posted : 14/04/2007 6:11 am
Taso
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Ah, well, I don't have the video on hand, but it was his first time at Carnegie Hall, and he started off the video with a clip from him on the streets of NYC, asking people how to get to Carnegie Hall... I can't remember any of the good lines...But it was amusing.

http://taso.dmusic.com/music/

 
Posted : 14/04/2007 7:28 am