Last true Vegas trip I took was a less than a year ago to celebrate my birthday. On that crazy outlandish trip the smallest tab we had was $3k. We were practically given the key to the city because we were company to a high roller on a big spending weekend. I figured I could never go back to Vegas and be surprised again or feel the wealth I felt on that trip.
Well I was incredibly wrong. DCA had more tricks up his sleeve and generosity than I ever imagined. Because I am a very busy woman who had probably one of the hardest weeks in the last couple of years I was beyond wore out before I even got to Vegas. Yet, I needed Vegas more than anything because of that week.
I have made so many friends along this crazy David Gray road. Usually the only common denominator being the music until our very walls of humanity are broken down and we realize life is so much more than that. We are built up of passionate dreams, unbountiful love, desiring acceptance, and whimsical adventures. This show weekend satisfied any want I could have had. Such a thrill to finally give hugs to those who you have been talking with over the last couple of years sharing your heart out over the music. Truly a special, fun group.
I don't know that there is too much I can add to this review that has not already been added about the show. David had so much to give on stage. He was having a blast and so were we all. Slight new changes here and there to the songs. Still bringing out Nemesis. It was crazy to be standing at one of his shows for the first time. All the guys busted their butts as usual. I decided to walk to the back of the venue to see what one of his shows looks like from the back of the room. I recommend all give it a try at least once. There were so many happy people in the back of the room dancing without a care in the world (maybe I should have come back here). The panoramic view was tremendous. The sound was rounder, the fierce light show complete, and with a full view of the band performing in one focal shot. Lock stock and barrel!
~"Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring."~