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"My husband bought me tickets this year and I had been waiting since I was 16 (I'm now 38) to see Counting Crows.
I pretty much cried the entire concert. The crying started when Adam came and introduced the opening act and I looked around and saw how many empty seats there were and I felt like I had a private show for the brief minute he came on stage because barely anyone noticed it was Adam Duritz!!! The people sitting beside me said they needed warning for my ugly cry moment and I said if they sing Colorblind, I might lose it. They sang it, I lost it. I sat down and had a silent convulsing cry for half the song, tried to sing along for the rest but was beside myself.
Such an amazing experience. Beyond words performance. Unforgettable day.
We left the building to get to the car and paused outside to Google where our car was when a security person came over and said "if you're waiting to meet the band, you have to stand over here, they will be out in 10 minutes" I couldn't believe it. We waited 10 minutes and Adam walked out. Just like the song..."she has trouble acting normal when she's nervous," this was the epitome of that moment. Thanks guys...I will never forget that night."
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Cherokee Creek Music Festival
May 13, 2016