One of my favorite memories.
A million years ago I was still working as a waitress at the original National Coney Island on Garfield in Clinton Township. At the time I may have been 22, my sister 18.
For some unknown reason a pair of tickets to see Air Supply at Pine Knob became available. For free.
To be honest I'd heard of them, but kind of like a joke. Tongue in cheek kind of band. We all know the songs but it isn't rock or pop...its sappy.
Me being who I am I said "heck yeah" to free tix, and took my willing sister along for the ride.
We arrived at Pine Knob, and the seats were for the second to last row in the pavilion.
To an almost empty stadium. Yeah, like we wouldn't move up.
So we did. We just walked up to the 4th row. Waited for the band to come on. How bad could it be? Air Supply. Ha ha ha.
The band came on. HOLY AMAZING!! We knew all the songs! And everyone there knew them all too! We all joined together rejoicing in the pure brotherhood, living the joy of singing along with a band with songs you want to sing.
I left that concert realizing that 1) I love Air Supply 2) things people may mock are awesome so screw fitting in to give up that fun 3) never turn down free tickets to anything.
A real bonus is the fact my sister and I share this odd bond of loving a band no one from our generation really gets. We walked out of there with an unashamed love of Air Supply in the time of Nirvana and Pearl Jam.
So for all you haters out there, just wait for the next kaeoke night. And all of you who get it...awesomesauce. :)
Oh, and I'm all out of love for making love out of nothing for all and even the nights are better because I'm lost in love.
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