I'm taking a daddy-daughter trip
This weekend I’m taking my pops to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. My dad’s the ultimate rock fan. He loves Neil Young, The Who, Tom Petty, and lots of other legendary musicians. Although he never really played an instrument (minus the clarinet in elementary school for about 5 minutes), his love for music certainly inspired my brother and I to become musicians.
Growing up, our house or car was often filled with music. My dad says when I was 4 I used to bop around to Springstein’s “Born in the USA.” The first song my brother and I loved as teenagers was “Video Kill the Radio Star,” and my dad used to sing along to the chorus in the car. My whole fam has gone to countless concerts: Billy Joel, Elton John, Tina Turner. Dad even once stayed up 'til 2AM to see my band play a show in Syracuse, NY. What a trooper!
I went to the Rock 'n’ Roll Hall of Fame five years ago, when my college band Janet Drive was on tour. I loved every second of it, and knew I had to go back with my dad one day. I can’t wait to experience the museum with him, since he’ll have so much information to offer and experiences to talk about.
I’ll report back on Sunday!