Really, what is there to say? He’s sublime
I’m not exactly sure why Jackson was on his knees in front of me, but how could you possibly expect me to remember anything after that?
One of the things that makes Monkeys shows so fun to attend is that you can clearly see how much the band is enjoying themselves and they sweep you right into their joy of being on stage. I will never, ever get tired of watching Jackson dance. If you’ve never seen the Monkeys perform live or watched a YouTube video of Jackson dancing, then trust me when I say you’re missing out on something important.
The Monkeys switch instruments seamlessly after nearly every number, and in this show we saw Jackson play a few different guitars, keyboards, drum set, harmonica, and tambourine.
I wasn’t going to include this last shot taken at the end of the show because I already used a similar photo in my other post, but then I noticed the bottom of Jackson’s shirt in this one. You’re welcome.
And now I'll end with a random, lovely picture of Rob, because every post must have one (original source unknown, but this one is one of many from a folder on my computer innocently labeled "Car Maintenance Records"). Sigh.
P.S. Don’t forget to visit Mrs P at her other blog!