photos: Charles Apostolik
Where’s that Texas flag?
Fans waiting for Willie Nelson
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What do you think the deal is with no Texas Flag?
When we are in theatres we fly the flag out (above the stage) like scenery in a play would do to change scenes. This particular theatre had a nice black curtain which I used for Ballads and a White scrim which I used our new LED lights to give the stage a bigger deeper different look. What you did not see was a picture with the Texas Flag. It was there, just not on every song.
I saw the Texas flag but then noticed it was gone.
If you check out my Facebook page, there are 2 blurry pics with the flag in them.
I was in front row lower balcony and saw you below, Budrock, but didn’t get a chance to speak with you. Next time!
The new LED lights give a totally different look! Lighting on Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain was awesome!
and I really enjoyed the last song Willie sang (I think it was the last)
Each Night at Nine, a Floyd Tillman hit from World War II. Very nice!!
Just so you know, I googled it; I didn’t remember hearing it during World War II!
sweetheart..I was fortunate enough to be sitting in the front row at this concert..a birthday present from me to me:)) When Willie was singing Each Night at Nine he was wearing my husband’s Vietnam Vet Cap. The words brought a tear to my eye. It was very touching. Willie will never know how special this was to my husband and to me. I have been a Willie fan long before Willie had braids:) and will continue to be one of his biggest fans. Willie deserves much recognition for all he does for his fellowman. His songs always bring joy to my heart. Each Night at Nine is on the CD Just One Love..
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