The best moment of the concert I saw last night came towards the end of the evening. It was a moment my group almost missed.
After performing their final song
on stage the four musicians moved into the crowd and sang four more. The
group refers this part of their show as "four on the floor." I
moved closer to music and was able to enjoy the always-fantastic harmonies of
the band. The intimacy of the setting made me feel like I was listening
to them in a small room- perhaps someone's living room, like we were all a
party together. The all-acoustic set, using only a guitar and tambourine
that served as a drum, was inspiring. The lyrics were that much crisper,
the music that much cleaner.
It left me wondering what it
would take to do the whole show that way.
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