The soundtrack to much of my high school and college years fell into the genre of country. And a bit of Eminem. You know, to keep things real. But seriously, I loved so many popular country artists during that time of transition and new opportunities. There were so many that I kept on repeat - Carrie Underwood, LeAnn Rimes, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Lonestar, LeAnn Womack, Rascal Flatts, and the Dixie Chicks.
Needless to say, when I heard the Dixie Chicks were planning to go back on the road I knew I had to be there. I have never been a big concert fan, but so many of their songs are burned into my memory because they are associated with such meaningful moments in my life. I'll never forget singing my heart out to Wide Open Spaces as I drove to college for the first time by myself. And I can't possibly forget the time me and my best gal pals from church decided we should make our own Goodbye, Earl music video at a sleepover one night. Such precious memories for me.
The concert added another great memory to the list. It was terrific. I fell off the Dixie Chicks wagon prior to their final album so I wasn't as familiar with the songs they played from it, but otherwise I absolutely loved it. I remembered every word to those old songs. It all just came flooding back to me. So many feelings and emotions washed over me as I sang from my soul with thousands of other attendees. It was truly wonderful.
What is your most magical concert experience?