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Where: Rogers Arena When: Saturday, September 10, 2016 You are probably sitting there wondering … country music? Really *Kevin Hart Voice* Yes! I love me some country music and have loved country music for a while. Having grown up on some of the greats like Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton and Shania Twain, it's a genre that has influenced some of the artists I listen to today. It is also a genre that has brought some of today's most notable artists like Carrie Underwood, Sam Hunt and Taylor Swift to the forefront. That being the case, there are a few artists within this genre that I would pay money to go see live and Keith Urban is one of them. As part of his ripCORD World Tour for his 10th studio album, his Vancouver date was one not to be missed. I’ve been a fan of Keith Urban for a few years now, and I only discovered him by mistake. You know that moment when you’re on YouTube listening to sad songs … this is how I discovered Keith. I was listening to one of those playlists and Tonight I Wanna Cry came on ... and the rest is history.
Distractions lead to procrastination. Procrastination leads to the inevitable  awry situation where you are faced with unsuccessful outcomes. Dammit!
Watching the sunrise recently was one of the most beautiful moments I've spent in complete peace. While everybody else thought I was crazy as I pulled out my camera out and put on my shoes to go out on the deck (because I hadn't slept in over 24 hours!!) I couldn't help but find it crazy that no one else wanted to witness and bathe in the majestic beauty of what was imminent. One of life's fleeting moments. The thought of always tomorrow ... when tomorrow is never guaranteed. Sunrise

Disconnecting is so important to the mind, body and soul.