Yes, we want the music, we want to lose ourselves, we want to step outside of the mundanity of our everyday existence – and we want excellent company while we do it. Even the folks who LOVE going to shows alone are going for connection. It wouldn’t be satisfying without being able to feel the excitement of the band, the energy of the people around you, or the knowledge that you’re sharing a memory with just a small portion of the population.
“It’s the universal language of emotion,” John Lewis told me on the phone when we discussed the impact that music has on people. John Lewis and his bandmates Beau Bailey and Logan Maggio want their band, The Revelries, not only to unite people through that language, but to also create an atmosphere where every person feels welcome. It is rare to find musicians who set out to be good people and to simply be kind to others before all else.
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