From a schoolmate of mine. I share her sentiments.
2016 has started with great losses to the music industry, most notably David Bowie, Glenn Frey and Maurice White. Three artists who were a major part in the songbook of the lives of kids in my generation, the 70’s.
While we have suffered other notable losses this year, the loss of these three forces hit home pretty hard. Writer Marc Eliot, in an op ed on CNN.com, wrote “For people who came up in that time, the death of Frey — and earlier this month the death of David Bowie — comes as a reality check, a resounding reminder that the days of “Take it Easy” and the promise of “One of these Nights” are long behind us. Instead, music, the blood of our youth, has somehow been replaced by mortgages, credit cards, spouses, children, divorces, alimony, expanding waistlines and diminished dreams.”
While I do agree their passings are a reminder that…
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