Musical Memories of 2018

Because of all the sad memories of 2018 in the previous post, I thought it would be a fitting tribute to recap all the great moments in music I experienced in the said year. After all, I managed to get to both Download and Bloodstock this year as well as seeing Slayer’s farewell tour and discovering a few new artists to boot. So, I hope you will have a listen and reflect back on what a great year 2018 was musically.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this little trip through the previous year. One thing I found a little disappointing was that I was at all the live concerts shown in the post and I haven’t been able to find me in any of the crowd shots, oh well. As we now progress to 2019, I do have a great idea for this year. Not only would it be amazing on a musical front but it could help strengthen goodwill between Israel and Lebanon. My idea is that Orphaned Land embark on a world tour with Slave to Sirens in support. I would move mountains to see that gig. Again, I wish you all a Happy New Year!

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10 Responses to “Musical Memories of 2018”

  1. Wow the ups to go with the downs ..

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  2. Thanks for that & have a good & healthy 2019!
    If you’ve got some time for a little more Mainstream you’re invited to take a look at my Abrechnung mit 2018..

    All the best,

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  4. Happy New Year too! Amazing you saw all those acts. Definitely highlights of 2018!

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  5. I could not refrain from commenting. Well written!

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