The day the world of music changed

Saturday found us wandering around Flemington Racecourse, though due to various family illnesses we could just as well call it Phlegmington.

We were trying to find where on earth in the complex my friend Stewart’s kids’ band Jump 2 It would be making their first public appearance. Luckily we eventually found them (or to be completely accurate, they found us).

What can I say about the performance? It rocked. It will go down in kids’ music as a truly legendary concert. Anyone who was there will remember it forever, and look back upon it as a truly a defining moment in modern music. Future generations will watch bootleg copies of the shaky video footage that I shot, and marvel at the inventiveness of the music, the boldness of the lyrics, and most of all the stunning closing guitar solo by Daisy The Dairy Cow.

No, seriously, it was great.

By Daniel Bowen

Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek.
Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia.
Opinions on this blog are all mine.