I’ve been listening to the Lost Tribes for almost three decades, and I can’t believe it’s been that long.
Mystic Falls was the first show I ever went to, back in 1981.
I’d been on tour with the band for a few years and I’d seen them play a few shows, and that’s when I was really struck by the idea of this show.
This was the show I would watch every single day.
I had seen the footage from a previous tour, and the first time I went I remember I was a little bit nervous.
But once I saw the show, I was totally blown away.
The sound was incredible, the energy was incredible.
I think the only way I can describe the energy that I felt was that it was electric.
The music, and it was the music I loved the most, the guitar playing.
The only way you could describe it is like the energy of a full blown psychedelic trip.
I can remember being on stage and having my headphones on and just being blown away by the sounds.
I remember thinking, this is a dream come true, I have a feeling I will never experience it again.
My dad passed away when I started this tour, so it was really hard for me to keep going.
And then when I went to see the show myself, it was one of those shows where I was so glad I went.
It was the last show of the tour, but that was enough for me.
I’ve had many experiences in my life that I could not have imagined.
The show was so unique that it never went away.
It’s just the energy is something that I will always hold onto, and something that is very important to me.
So I am grateful for this opportunity to be on a tour of this type, and one that I can really say that I never imagined would be such a huge experience.
It will definitely be a dream I will be able to share with others.
And if you’re ever in the area, make sure to go.
It is a great tour experience for the locals.
I have been to New York and Chicago, but Mystic Falls is my favorite tour in all of New York.
I would highly recommend the tour.