Blue Man Group

Tonight was the Blue Man Group concert at the Pepsi Center. This was the third time I have seen their rock concert tours (twice from the previous tours), and have seen them in Las Vegas, Chicago, and Boston. If you haven’t seen them live, I highly recommend them. They have a unique outlook that translates directly to their music and the stage. They may have done a ton of commercial stuff, but I don’t think they have ‘sold out.’ If you enjoy a good stage show, beyond just a typical concert, check out the new tour, which is version 2.0. Their lyrics won’t win any awards, but when they just turn off the vocals and perform, they rock the llama. The two times I saw them before was in theaters, which are better for their show than a big arena. Still, a great show.

Seeing BMG reminds me of how much I have been neglecting my more creative side. This hockey blog is a part of that neglect. I have been writing here so much, I feel like some of my creativity is being pushed to the back. That has to change, but I am not going to give up on this blog. I love writing about hockey, and not just the Avs. But I need something else, too. I don’t know if that will lead to changes around here, but something has to give. There is so much to read, so much to pay attention to doing this blog, it’s hard to do much else. Let’s see what happens. I am not giving up, so don’t even think about leaving.

If you need to hear some hockey related stuff, Minnesota is kicking Colorado College around like a little bitch. With the score 8-1 with half a period left, the end couldn’t come soon enough for the Tigers.

Comments

  1. I’ve only seen them on Jay Leno. Wow, they are so innovative. It was extra funny when Jay tried to interview them. They said nothing. Leno made some comment about aliens after that.

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