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    November 11, 2009

    In 24 hours I hit Huntsville, Alabama, Atlanta, Nashville and St. Louis, mostly visiting radio stations to start letting them know about Breathe so they can start playing it on the air. I do love the travel and meeting these people, but the highlight was definitely stopping by my friend David Cook's show at the Pageant in St. Louis late Tuesday night. I was hoping to get there in time for the actual show but my navigation skills once again failed and I wound up a good 3 hours in the wrong direction (almost added Louisville to the list- look at a map to see how bad I am).

    Anyhow, I got to do what I truly love to do. A young boy was holding a guitar to be signed and I broke its cherry (the guitar, that is). What I truly love about music is its live energy. Music breathes and changes wherever you play it and whatever mood you are in. This night for me was special because after 1000 miles in one day I got to share my passion with people who truly love music. I find so many of you who I have met understand the meaning of enjoying the moment we all get to share. Thanks for making the trip all worth it.

    I found it posted on YouTube here as I played outside in front of the buses.

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Ryan Star's picture
on November 11, 2009

In 24 hours I hit Huntsville, Alabama, Atlanta, Nashville and St. Louis, mostly visiting radio stations to start letting them know about Breathe so they can start playing it on the air. I do love the travel and meeting these people, but the highlight was definitely stopping by my friend David Cook's show at the Pageant in St. Louis late Tuesday night. I was hoping to get there in time for the actual show but my navigation skills once again failed and I wound up a good 3 hours in the wrong direction (almost added Louisville to the list- look at a map to see how bad I am).

Anyhow, I got to do what I truly love to do. A young boy was holding a guitar to be signed and I broke its cherry (the guitar, that is). What I truly love about music is its live energy. Music breathes and changes wherever you play it and whatever mood you are in. This night for me was special because after 1000 miles in one day I got to share my passion with people who truly love music. I find so many of you who I have met understand the meaning of enjoying the moment we all get to share. Thanks for making the trip all worth it.

I found it posted on YouTube here as I played outside in front of the buses.