Like the majority of bloggers, I’ve got the travel bug real bad. I seem to spend my time pinning pretty far off places on my Adventure is Out There board or checking prices for random extravagant trips on Expedia. The tagline of my blog seems to ring even more true, perpetually daydreaming and constantly seeking wonder. If I could pack up a suitcase and get paid to see the world – you wouldn’t even have to convince me. Where’s my ticket?
All this led me to wondering if I somehow got offered my own travel show what would make it special?
I started thinking of when my friends visit Minnesota and I get to play tour guide. Other than the eats and the sights, what are my special touches? Then it all came to me.
Minnesota Musical Must Dos: First Ave, Pachyderm Studio, Positively 4th Street Wall, Paisley Park, and Prospect Park Witch Hat. That’s just the locations within the Twin Cities. As a state, there’s even more musical inclinations I like to show off.
Think Sonic Highways with the Foo Fighters, but more history and less production. Maybe, if I got lucky I could even interview the big names who make the locations I’d visit iconic. It’d be the travel show for the fellow music lovers out there.
- Legendary songwriting locations
- Studios where the magic happened
- Album cover photo shoot locations
- Famous venues
- Where artists lived and died
The possibilities are endless! From Abbey Road to Joshua Tree to the city that Mozart composed in. Music and the musicians who create it have left us a rich and vibrant history that is waiting to be shared. There’d be more than just westernized music too. I would love to gain an understanding of the importance and history of music in other cultures. All around the world music plays such a huge part in our every day life and it’s just out there begging me to experience it all.
So hey Fuse, MTV, VH1 just so you know my contact information is in that little bar to the right there. Just saying…
What would make your travel show special?
P.S. – With my strong love of music, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I freely enjoy everything and I don’t believe in guilty pleasures.
Until next time,