Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Corner View - Street Art

Corner View is a weekly appointment - each Wednesday - created by Jane and currently curated by Francesca, where bloggers from all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme. If you'd like to join in, please leave a link to your Corner View post in the comments at www.fuoriborgo.com, and be sure to visit other participants, too.

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Street art - graffiti-style:


 

 



Street art - music-style:

Saturday night, the city closed down a couple of streets for concerts.  As you can see, the stages are literally in the street.

This is "Switch"  - a fun 80s cover band:



Modern English, a fun actual 80s band:
 


John Waite, from the 70s and 80s:


Headlining - drum roll, please...... The Romantics:


I saw them in the early-mid 80s.  They and I have both changed drastically :-)

Happy corner viewing!

17 comments:

  1. Cool! I didn't think to check the corner view topic until AFTER the Pumpkin Festival, so I missed lots of street art opportunities like bands performing. Our difference in ages show with the 80s music---I remember wishing we'd just get through this phase of music quickly! Ha!;>) (At 58 I'm a late 60s/early 70s music 'child'.)
    Interesting grafitti art. That's something that's hard to find here in this small town.

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    1. Good music in the late 60s and 70s. I just finished reading Carole King's autobiography and I envied her life in the 70s. Well, the part where she lived on a ranch in Idaho...

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  2. I like the idea of street art - music!
    It makes the place come alive, doesn't it?

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  3. Eye AND ear candy! warm greetings from Paris!

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  4. Oh, I love the different takes on street art. Graffiti can be so amazing and the concert looks like fun!

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  5. my husband is crazy about 80 music, he knows like every single song - no kidding - looks like a fun party!

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  6. graffity and music...both street art!
    nice view of the theme!

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  7. I don't think anyone so far included music in "art"! the mid80s ... hmmm, I remember them, did you wear shoulder pads over there? :)

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    1. Oh. Yes. (I wish I could say no!) I even had a workout VIDEO TAPE in which the instructor motivates by saying, "No more need to buy shoulder pads. We'll make our own shoulder pads."

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  8. Sounds like really fun and yes - music is totally street art, too :)

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  9. The concert looks like fun, I was a child of the 80's. We have a lot of that type of graffiti on the train cars.

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  10. nice take on this theme. I couldn't find any graffiti here. art is everywhere.

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  11. ha ha ha... talkin' 'bout changes...
    going to see the ol' guys again, it can be confrontational.
    as long as you've had a good time, heather!
    n♥

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  12. Great varieties of street art in your corner!
    I love when the city here too comes alive with music on the streets,
    we just had a 2-day outdoor music festival with different 'stages" all over the city( our city is just a few streets wide, so the music was everywhere:)),
    and the whole mood is really fun,
    I can imagine your concert there,
    Enjoy!!

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  13. Luckily there's no definition of art. So there's a great variety!

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