The past week I have seen how rock’n’roll can truly bring out the best in people. In this case, it’s more indirectly, but still – the common denominator is the love for music, and the relationship between the people who create it, and the ones who listen to it.
It feels like a family, and I guess in a way it is.
I read one of the nicest messages I’ve seen on Facebook the other day.
This message was sent out by legendary bassplayer Neil Murray about two days ago:
“Your responses to the news of my condition have touched my heart in a way that has truly helped to make my life a better place to be than it had occasionally threatened to become these last few weeks. “Your wonderful messages wishing me strength and courage have given me even more strength and courage — and so much more than you can ever know. “I read many of them with tears in my eyes, grateful for this cast-iron proof of the innate goodness of the human being, and grateful to every single one of you for your invaluable support. “This message goes out, too, to all the similarly wonderful folk on other websites whose support has been equally warm and strong and I want you all to know how greatly heartened and comforted I am by all this. “The treatment continues and I am confident and being supported by my glorious family and an amazing group of friends. “See you soon.”