As it happens, it’s a story I love to tell.
When I was a child growing up in the ’70s, a group of friends and I went out to a lot of the local parks in Vermont.
There was always a bunch of hippies there, a bunch more punk kids and a whole bunch of us who looked a bit like the band The Killers, a band that was about as far away from my personal taste as you could get.
We all wanted to go to a band concert.
The night before, we went to the same concert.
That’s when I met my future wife, who was just as obsessed with music as I was.
The band was on the bill, and when they came out to play, I was like, “Oh my god, what is this band?”
They were the only band on that bill.
So we went down and saw them for the first time, and I was blown away by how much they sounded like The Killies.
I still remember when I saw them at the Super Bowl the next year, I didn’t know what to say.
It was just incredible, the way they played and how they played, and the energy that they had.
They had a killer stage presence, and they had a lot more energy than the typical band that I grew up with.
That was a huge moment for me, because at the time I was pretty much just an adolescent.
I was just a teenager, and my whole life had been about being on top of the world and trying to get by in a way that I was comfortable with.
When The Killings came out, I became an adult, and now I’m more comfortable with that.
When we were kids, The Killions were just a band.
When they came into my life, they were just two guys who were just getting started.
And when they put on that incredible show, I felt so honored and happy.
I had never experienced anything like that.
So I just thought it was the greatest thing that ever happened to me.
It gave me hope.
It put me on the path that I am today, and it was a major turning point in my life.
The thing about The Killiers is that, to this day, the band continues to inspire me to live my dreams.
It’s not like I’m a fan of the band because I don’t care for them.
But I’m an ardent fan of what they’ve achieved.
And I’m still a fan.
It makes me very happy that I had this experience with The Killives, and that’s something that I will never forget.