Getting soaked isn’t so bad when you’ve got a great soundtrack

How I accidentally played a concert for 200 people

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Prospect Park, Brooklyn. The Meadowport Arch. My Globe Theater.

It was just a typical weekend singing songs in the Tunnel of Love.

Until a massive thunderstorm came through Prospect Park.

Before I knew it, 200 people took shelter under the arch.

However, the show must go on. And so, despite the flood and noise, I kept playing. It felt like that scene in Titanic when the string quartet keeps the music playing while the ship sinks.

Lesson learned, getting soaked isn’t so bad when you’ve got a good soundtrack.

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