Friday, July 24, 2020

Coronavirus Update 7-24-2020: New music Friday … live from the Rock Hall

In-person live music has been in short supply over the past four months. Like many, I’ve missed it very, very much. Last Sunday, however, I got to experience live music for an hour, on the plaza in front of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. 

School of Rock's Junior House Band (in which Norah has played for the past five years, and which will come to end for her after this summer as she ages out) played a stripped-down and socially distant acoustic set of some of their covers. School of Rock also opened the gig to members of the band who wanted the opportunity to play their original music. Needless to say, Norah jumped at the chance to debut not one, not two, but three of her original songs: "Boys Like You," "Tone Deaf Explanations," and "Pas de Pluie, Pas de Fleurs" (written and sung in French). 

If you're going to debut your original music, it might as well be at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Enjoy! I know we did. 

Everyone have a healthy, safe, socially distant, and masked weekend.