Next week, I am going to celebrate my birthday with Almost Kings. This is becoming a tradition. I have now spent three absolutely amazing birthdays with those four crazy and wonderful guys from Atlanta. I decided for my throwback post this week I would share photos from those nights–and a video that is simultaneously embarrassing and epic 🙂
When I turned 26…
When I turned 27…
And the aforementioned video
In honor of M. Shadows’ birthday, which is tomorrow 🙂
Avenged Sevenfold — “Unholy Confessions,” from the album Waking the Fallen (2003).
I can’t believe Ivy is almost two now! That totally blows my mind!
So for those who don’t know, this beautiful little girl is my best friend’s first child. She knows me as “Aunt Mia” and in all honesty, I absolutely adore this kid. She loves having her picture taken (as you can see) and she understands the concept of a selfie…which is a bit sad, but that’s the world we live in.
^She was feeding me French fries. 🙂
^Tiny rawr face ❤
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Bobaflex — “Bad Man,” from the album Charlatan’s Web (2013).
Judge me if you must, but I still love the Backstreet Boys. Undoubtedly the best boy band ever ❤ My mom and I watched the movie that came on Palladia, and it kinda blew my mind to think that they have been together for twenty-two years. I’ve been a loud and proud fan for twenty of those years. And that’s why “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” is the throwback track of the week.
These guys were in town last night and I had to miss it because of work. I was so disappointed! Maybe next time…
Shaman’s Harvest — “Dirty Diana,” from the album Smokin’ Hearts & Broken Guns (2014).
I grew up listening to The Beatles with my mom. I always loved Ringo’s solo stuff. I remember going to see Ringo and his all star band when I was really little, around the age of six or seven. He waved at me and it basically made my life. Lol. This year, my dad took my mom to see them for Valentine’s Day. To say that Ringo’s music–actually, the music of every member of the Beatles, both individually and together–has played a huge role in my life would be an understatement. So today I decided to make my throwback track “Photograph,” from the album Ringo, released in 1973.