Post by whittywhit on Mar 21, 2012 18:04:25 GMT -5
Hey all, this year will be my first vigil. This might be a strange question, but do people cook for the vigil? Or leave to go get food? We live not too far away so I was thinking about maybe cooking some casserole type dishes? I didn't know if this was practice or if anyone would even eat it,
Post by quartermoonmist on Apr 3, 2012 10:54:26 GMT -5
Wow whittywhit that sounds amazing!!! I just celebrated Shannon's life at the Vigil 2011. First off I'm so happy for you that you will be coming this year and sharing in the love of everything that is Shannon. Secondly when I was there I got very hungry and did not have a car someone was so sweet and bought a bunch of pizza's that was truly a Godsend. Though I don't know you "YET" your heart is pure gold to even have such a kind& loving thought like that . Thank you. If you need any help cooking I'm a great cook. ;D I could also help in any way you see fit. Have a sparkling day, I can't wait to meet you.
How eager the hands that reach for love. Now theres a New Life to behold and it's the biggest part of my life to unfold. Oh Please Bring New Life into me. No time frame for what I need to do today,here at the yellow house. I think I'm gonna play,with free lovin lads down the street aways,away. As I feel the moon rise,the time that all feels is the right time,here at the sleepyhouse.
There’s not a whole lot of places within walking distance at which to get food. Some people leave for meals. Someone like me who doesn’t drive or have a vehicle there would either need to catch a ride with somebody else to grab a decent bite to eat, or bring food with them. Last year I did a Walmart run ahead of time (Walmart’s right behind the motel I stay at) to get snacks, Gatorade, & water. I’d totally be eager to dig into some casserole someone brought — so long as it were pesce-pollotarian friendly!
patzeller: ive seen the band in MN in 2015, Denver (home) in 2016 and last night in Chicago. Despite Brad missing, the bands chemisty was the best I’ve ever seen. Awesome awesome show. Guess I’ll be heading to Edmonton in June!
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melonwheels: Picture of BLiND MeLon on MSN ...under "one hit wonders"...... hit or no hit..... the people in this band have done miracles for me and they dont even know it. The music from them can do magic....Thank you to all the guys in the MeLon band.
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jaakko: Hi there! I´m new here! Straight to the question... Is there any possibilities that Blin Melon would tour somewhere in europe someday? I need to see and hear my all time favourite band live before I die. Do I need to fly to U.S.A?
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Matt: They hope to get over there soon!
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michaelt: Hi! I'm looking for someone here who is an expert in Blind Melon autographs. Would need some help, thanks
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crobar: Anyone know who played the harmonica lead in the song "change" at woodstock '94?
Jun 4, 2019 16:53:44 GMT -5
crobar: If you watch the video on youtube for "Change" at woodstock '94, a dude is welcomed out on stage to play the lead harp. Shannon thanks him but you can't hear the name. The guy killed it and I'd like to know who he is/was. Any help is appreciated.
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cannansmusic: TOES ACROSS THE FLO!
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lisa: Blind melon take me back to a really happy time of leaving school and having the world at my feet. I am about to watch the doc. I am looking forward to seeing what the band thought of history being made and the creation of timeless music. RIP Shannon
Jun 5, 2021 3:15:13 GMT -5
cannansmusic: Glad to see I’m not the only one here Lisa !
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