The Diversity of Classic Rock Banner/What’s Going On?

While sitting around after the school year has finished, I decided to play around on Photoshop to make a banner for this blog. Don’t worry, The School of Rock theme on the blog is here to stay! In one of my classes I had to practise clipping out people from pictures and doing clipping paths and that sort of thing. If you don’t practise something, you forget how to do it. That’s why I completely forgot Hebrew. Oh well.

What does this banner symbolise? It’s a little sample of the diversity of classic rock. We have musicians from all walks of life. I plan to do some more of these banners for all the different posts and feature them on the blog.


Now for the second part of the post, what’s going on? I really want to make these kinds of posts just checking in on a somewhat regular basis.

I’ll be returning to The States in 4 weeks and it makes me sad. I’ll really miss it here in Ireland. I’ve met lots of great people here and it has been a priceless experience. I wrote a little bit about my time here in Ireland and I’d love to share it with you later on. This coming week I’ll be travelling to Leeds to see the Manfreds in concert. I was in Northern Ireland last week and I had a blast seeing the Giants Causeway and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. I’ll officially be in my 4th year of university and I can’t believe I’ll be graduating this time next year. I really want to thank everyone who have made my time studying abroad amazing.

I hope to do a lot more travels this year and for the years to come. I really enjoy travelling and it truly broadens the mind. I’m looking into making video adaptations of these posts in the future. I need to learn a lot more about video editing. I have been writing a lot and working hard on the posts that will be coming up soon and I hope you enjoy them.

I really also want to thank each and every one of you who have read this blog! I appreciate the support.

I’ll just leave you with one of my favourite songs right now. Wes Anderson movies always have great soundtracks. This song is one you might recognise from The Darjeeling Limited.

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