So Jason did an Aftergame Concert this past weekend at the Frisco Rough Riders Ballpark (hence the blog post title, duh), and there were Copians in da house, yay!
Beckyvee Periscoped the concert, but alas, those disappear themselves. Next time she graces us thusly I hope to get notice to you all ahead of time. However, for this show we’ll have to make do with tweets and Facebook posts such as these…
Sound checkin for Faith and Family Night @friscoroughriders!
Thanks for the photos, recap, and bootleg, SameCage, for the super-recap and bootleg, chichi, and the mini (so far)-recap, jblue! Also thanks to ArtTeacher and Jasonized, as always, for bringing goodies back from the wilds of the internet…
Okay, I never heard of it either, but that is my ignorance. From what I’ve gleaned (thank you, GoogleTranslate!), it’s a huge annual concert of the best of Norway’s musical acts, with audiences of about 100,000. And Jason is this year’s international guest artist. Should be quite an event!
From the blog 20 More Things (which “chronicles the life, discoveries and learning of three (3) 20-something-year old women):
My recent Favorite–something I’ve been listening to everyday is [“Let’s Just Fall in Love Again”]. … I like this song because it’s upbeat without being too pop. It’s just a fun song and something great to listen to in the morning at work. …
For now, enjoy the music and just fall in love with it.
I’m going to say the reason I’m so far behind on collecting bootleg is because I saw 2 shows back to back a little over a week ago … and bootleg just doesn’t cut it until enough time passes and you suddenly figure out that you’re a junkie and you’ll take is straight or cut.
So here’s a collection of shows I missed posting about, including 1 of the 2 I attended. (The Portland show on 2/13 prohibited videotaping.) Boo to Salt Lake City (McLovin!!) and Boise for not bringing the video. (Not that I taped Jason in Seattle, but still….)
I’ll just post a variety of songs with a link to the youtube channel where you can see more….
High Dive, Seattle, WA – 2/12/2010
Thanks to tickledpink
You Can Always Come Home
Bottom Of the Hill, San Francisco, CA – 2/16/2010
Thanks to winpoober
This was bound to happen…. Hip hop to Jason Castro. Thanks to Brendel’s blog – a chronicle of his weight loss.
This took place in a Philippines-based studio called Metro Lifestyle Fitness Center. The class is Project Kool Lab, led by Bryan Grandeza.
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