Even with the pictures I have a hard time believing that this happened.
John and the gang performed a pile of new work intermingled with classics and a few unrecorded tracks. It was an awesome show full of precious moments and supposition about drug enforcement or a legendary heavy metal club in Long Beach. We met some great people and had a wonderful evening. Thank you Carlos!
arrived early despite a deliberate attempt to be tacky!
Coming from Wondercon to the show was only a bit stressful because I had left my tickets at home. Luckily we got there moments before the show started. Our late arrival didn’t help us stake a great spot. Luckily my new camera has impressive zoom for it’s tiny package. I even got some amazing video.
The MIM is an amazing place. I just scratched the surface of its unbelievable exhibits. They have instruments and recordings from some of the most influential artists throughout history. They even have a room where you can play some instruments yourself. I saw an incredible collection of eclectic and innovative instruments from around the world. It includes a 2 ton dance organ called Apollonia from the 1920s that is played twice a day and John Lennon’s Piano used to compose Imagine. Here are just a few of the images I collected.
Apple’s big announcement today turned out to be more small enhancements that add up to exciting developments. First off the rundown, iPhone 6s/6s Plus hits stores the 25th. Faster, better camera, haptic feedback, force touch, and rose gold. New iPad Pro with 2732‑by‑2048 12.9″ screen, a keyboard case, and a stylus! Hits stores November. (also a new iPad Mini) The Apple TV, got a complete rebuild with amazing looking features, but no delivery date. Also some new Watch styles and bands or whatever.