....was at the Myerson Symphony Center in Dallas, TX.
When you walk inside the building the initial thought you might have would be you are somewhere a bit high-tone and somewhat unremarkable at first. Don't get me wrong, the outside is artsy and very pretty, but the inside is incredible.
Once you walk in the auditorium (which I'm not sure is the best word to use) you can be a bit taken away.
First of all, it's a lot bigger than you might have thought it would be after looking at it from the outside. It's huge with several levels of balconies and a huge stage.
Isn't it beautiful? Showing you a picture just isn't the same as seeing it in person.
This isn't a stage that begs for entertainers, this place hosts bigger names. This place is fixing to host Tony Bennett. Look.
Also the inside has a huge underground maze with security checkpoints (we went through two of them to get to the warm up room) and guards. I could spend all day roaming around in a place like that.
So, basically, since I got to perform there Saturday with the Azle Community Band, I will have technically (kinda sorta) have shared a stage with Tony Bennett.
Yep, I'm big time now, baby!!
Seriously, it was truly a great experience.