Listening to Pasadena Make Music.

Published June 12, 2014 by theycallmemrstibbs

This is from an event called “Make Music Pasadena”. Which is all free music throughout the Pasadena area. We have been going to this since 2011. 

We decided this year due to Christopher’s tendonitis in his ankle, that we would limit the amount of stages we would go to. So we decided to start at Memorial Park.

We got the ARTS bus number 10 for free. I know it’s only 75¢ but still it’s great motivation to use it.
We thought we should take a picture together when we first got there.

When we got there a band called The National Parks were just about to start playing they are a country/rock band.
I really enjoyed watching them, and they kinda got me jigging about whilst being sat down.



They only played 30 minutes but everyone seemed to enjoy watching and listening to them.

Obviously with the heat we sat there drinking lots of water.

The next group to play was Caleigh Chapman another country/rock group from Bakersfield, California.
Again they were good and she had a great voice and her drummer had the best hair ever, and I complain my hair is big.



The next band I knew would be good due to the name Ted Z and The Wranglers. (I’m saying due to the name as Christopher calls me Ted).

They were amazing and had the most jiggley bass player/cowboy ever. They again played country/rock music.



As you can see they also had the best harmonica player.

After this group we decided it was home time as the hockey was on soon. But first we passed the main stage on Colorado and took a photo.

Then as waiting for the bus home we saw the “coolest” number plate/registration ever.

We don’t know if they were an MTV star but still it’s cool.


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