I have a guitar. Sometimes I actually pick it up and play it. Sometimes I even manage to convince myself that it doesn’t sound to bad.
But that’s not all. I’m actually a member of a band. And it’s not just any kind of band. It’s a conceptual band.
Okay, so there’s an obvious question here. What exactly is a conceptual band? To be honest, I’m not completely sure myself. All I can tell you is that as a conceptual band, we play conceptual music. We’re actually working on a conceptual album as I write this. And once that is released, we plan to go on a conceptual tour, playing our conceptual songs in a series of conceptual live concerts.
I can’t wait to be a big conceptual rock star. All that conceptual fame and fortune. Fighting off those conceptual groupies.
Of course, it’s never as easy as you think. Unfortunately, my conceptual bandmate and I (there’s just the two of us) have recently not been getting on so well. It seems that we’ve had some disagreements over conceptual creative and musical differences. I’m afraid that if it keeps up, we may have to have a conceptual breakup. And where is that going to leave me? I’ll be forced into a conceptual solo career instead.
Anyway, there isn’t really any further point to this post. I guess you could say that it’s a bit of a conceptual blog post. But if anything changes in my strange, conceptual second life as a musician, I’ll be sure to let you know. Maybe I’ll get some conceptual videos up on Youtube, or get up to some conceptual hijinks on an airplane
Till next week, I hope your fun will be more than just conceptual.
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