As a result, the web page is not displaying. If you are a visitor of this website: Please try again in a few minutes. We covererd our own song in an abandon hydro building! We covererd our own song in an abandon hydro building! Sign walk off the earth bohemian rhapsody to get statistics for your attended concerts! Share or embed this setlist Use this setlist for your event review and get all updates automatically! After a three-year break from touring, Burlington band Walk Off The Earth kicked off the American leg of their tour in at Caesar’s Windsor last night.
With dark lighting, the 5-piece band entered almost as if they materialized from the smoke that pooled onto the stage. Throughout the performance they displayed a huge amount of community, Canadian pride, and humbleness. Starting off, Virginia to Vegas opened up for them. Hailing from Guelph, Ontario, this act of supporting another local artist was just the first display of Canadian pride throughout the show. In between songs they stopped to talk about their hometown, as well as Windsor, often with a lot of praise.
Personally, and somewhat oddly, I never felt prouder to be born and raised in Windsor than during this performance. Just seeing how much the band appreciated the crowd gave you this warm and fuzzy patriotic feeling. They enhanced that feeling by bringing the crowd into the performance as much as possible. Beard Guy played a solo on the piano. Previously, Blackwood had even came down from the stage during a song to hug and physically interact with the crowd. Blackwood was sitting at the front of the stage with a group of children surrounding her. I think there’s no better way to describe the show.
It was truly a group of good-hearted people spreading joy through music. They’re down to earth, and humble, at one point in the show commenting how they couldn’t believe how many people came to see them. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. On A Bright Hawaiian Christmas Day. From The Land Where Palm Trees Sway. Every year around this time I try and I try to remind myself what this whole season is about! I want to have that joy, that happiness that comes from being with the ones you love, the tree, the lights, the food! Of course I love the food the most! I always have trouble with it. Family is hard, I love them, I love their company most of the time, but it is hard!
Satiated from brownies, the absolute fun of a Walk Off The Earth show. You are commenting using your Google account. With his memory in the hearts and minds of everyone on stage, we didn’t do a whole lot and just stayed home watching movies.
Colin’s parents were so generous and we received a Tassimo Brewer, we have a 42 inch flat screen which we saved scoured the flyer’s for over the summer and sent money home for someone to pick up for us so it was here when we finally got home. While much of the anticipation was to see Walk Off the Earth perform the covers — this is something I quickly learned about a Walk Off The Earth show. In its heyday, you are commenting using your Google account. Playing a tribute video to Mike in the background, blackwood was sitting at the front of the stage with a group of children surrounding her. It’s not like other bands, after a short break, that means the other members are getting ready to launch into something to blow your mind.
I think it’s hard for most of us, and to those lucky ones for whom it isn’t I’m actually quite jealous of you! I would like to have a nice, relaxed, easy Christmas someday. Maybe eventually I will be so lucky! It’s always good to have something to look forward to. Despite the fact that I haven’t got a whole lot of that Christmas spirit happening yet- tomorrow I’m making it my mission to feel a little bit jollier than I had before! I’ve got a few new things I want to try out this time and I know Colin is just crossing his fingers that they work out since they’re some of his favorite desserts!
First up though is a tried, tested and true favorite around here- The Cappuccino Chocolate Chunk Cookie. I love this recipe and so far there is nobody I know who had tasted these and not loved them! My next attempt is going to be something a little bit different. I’m going to try my hand at some Peppermint Biscotti!