I heard the music long before I got there. Loud, punchy, raucous rock guitar. Someone with a gravelly voice, sort of off-key, singing a song I’d never heard before. That definitely tinny, oddly echoing sound was obviously amplified. If I had to guess, the volume knob was turned all the way up to “I-coulda-been-a-70’s-rock-superstar” loud.
As I got closer, the music got even louder, and I realized it was coming from underneath the overpass in front of me. Hunh. Whoever this guy was, he’d found himself the perfect outdoor studio/echo chamber
…and he was PLAYING HIS HEART OUT!
I stopped. I had to. Besides the guitar, the guy had brought a mike, an amp, a power supply and a cart to carry it all to perform underneath an isolated overpass! He even had “Guitar Hero” level moves! I was impressed. I was intrigued.
I was the only living sole in the “audience”
…and still he PLAYED HIS FREAKIN’ HEART OUT!
Gotta’ love LA.
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