James Taylor - Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight 🐢

James Taylor - Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight

This Thursday morning, I was scrolling Instagram on my bed after I woke up. Suddenly I saw James Taylor post about he is in Chicago and preparing for the show. I looked it up on his website and the show is on the same day lol. After hesitating about going, I forgot haha and started to do my work of the day, write some code and do an interview. After, meeting with my colleagues, it was around 6 pm. I feel satisfied with my day. I think I should treat myself to some things and then the concert pops up in my mind. During some hesitation and a long time didn’t went out for any show, I finally decided to go because first, it's James Taylor, I play his music a lot, and second he’s pretty old now, I don’t want regret didn’t see this legend. I bought the cheapest ticket on the site one hour before the show started, which is the last row on the third floor. 

After I went there, I got a hot dog and water and then found my seat to enjoy the opening show. It was a nice country, rock n roll style music. Most of the audience are elder people, I guess they are in their 60s or 70s. Everyone enjoyed the show and sang alone. After the opening show finished, I was sitting on my seat scrolling Instagram haha. A lady from the venue asked me if I wanna go to ground floor to see, since I was there  by myself. I said yes without thinking. I feel so lucky at the moment, so I walk down to the first floor and wait for James Taylor to play lol.

He played half of his new song and half of his popular. Although, I wish he can play some songs that I play much often, It’s still an amazing show. The musicians are all legends and the visual of the stage is stunning. There is a tree and the leaves are shaped in crystal style floating with the songs.

I was happy about the crazy decision I made because it brings so much surprise and joy to my days.


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