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I was one of the violinists playing in the small group along the back of the stage in Ottawa on February 2007. What an absolute rush to walk out on the stage and see the tens of thousands of fans, and hear them yelling for Josh.
He was so nice, walking over to say 'hi' during the rehearsal and thanking us for our hard work. It was his birthday, too, and there was a cake set up in one of the rooms backstage.
What an amazing performance, with the added bonus of the rocking rendition of Kashmir by Lucia Micarelli. I SO wanted to join in!!!!!!
Thanks, Josh and crew! :)
this was my first ever concert! being a 14 at the time year old girl with a huge crush on Josh, this was my dream! I cried multiple time, got some good videos and pictures and ive started saving for his next tour. he put on the best show and im so glad I got to see him. he is my hero, my angel. I love him
Oh my ...such a long time ago,,A cold February evening a Sunday I believe.. I was so excited.. had wonderful seats in the theater… to me it seemed you were looking straight at me… I love the theater setting.. it was a Magical..evening…all my favorite songs…"My Confession" Your still you.." My December…etc…and I had a chance to meet your Mg. Brian… ,,nice man.. ..the whole night was magical...
Hello all, this my Concert Story
We had our ticket's for so long and couldn't wait to see Josh in the round! We also had a doctor's appointment a few day's before. I had to get a "stress test" and so did my husband, Alton.
He was on the regular treadmill and mine was a "chemical" test, since I do have Mitral Valve Stenosis.
As it turned out; when they put the "chemical" of WHATEVER into my vein's; it didn't go into the IV, but instead, ran outside it and went into my skin tissue. It formed something like a 5 1/2" blister, right under my skin. I immediately started itching on my left side of my face & my lip was itching. We really didn't think much of that, as my arm had been wrapped & we didn't even know that I had not received the "chemical" into the IV, until we got home. What a surprise!
RT @henriksen1: @joshgroban I guess you can call her 'Scarlett No-Van-sson. I'll get my coat.