In the early 80s, I remember this popular music video showing George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley’s visit and concert in Beijing, China.
If you watch the video, you’ll see unedited shots of the group:
- touring around the streets of Beijing,
- a climb up the Great Wall of China,
- shots of Tiananmen Square plus
- a lot of clowning around by the popular duo, which included some nice shots of their female back-up singers having fun during dress rehearsals.
I love music and I love how fun-loving Americans can be!
Seriously, if there’s anything good that’s coming out of America, it has to be music and the American “can-do” attitude.
If anyone knows how to operate a Korg SDD-3000, an American is bound to be one of them.
In fact, one of my American colleagues had strongly encouraged me to sign my son up for guitar lessons back when he was around 6…
Well, this is easier said than done.
Recently, he surprised me by plucking out “Twinkle, twinkle little star” on a toy guitar – I guess I should step up my search!