One of the best things about living outside of a large city is that there are lots of really cool (and typically free) field trips. The Nashville Symphony is a wonderful field trip that we always enjoy attending. We signed up to see several of their free performances. A few weeks ago, we attended their Peter and the Wolf performance -- the first performance that we've attended at the Symphony Hall since the flood last May. (The pool of water that you are seeing is the Cumberland River, that is typically several blocks away from the Symphony Hall.)
Here is Aikman, sitting in his balcony seat...
I was hoping that they would have puppets for the performance, much like the DVD they sent for us to preview before the performance. Instead, they only had a narrator for the story, while the orchestra played.
After the performance, Aikman went to work on "his (imaginary) band,"for which he plays drums and sings lead vocals. He made these posters to represent what was happening.
... and a note to the other (imaginary) members in the band: "The concert is in 3 days."
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