Greg Brown is coming to town

I can’t believe my good luck. First, while thumbing through the Chuckanut Reader, I happened upon a notice declaring that Jonathan Safran Foer was coming to Bellingham.

Wait. That Jonathan Safran Foer? The author of two of my very favorite books, Everything is Illuminated and Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (the latter is reviewed on my book site, here)?

Yes, a second look confirmed, it was in fact that Jonathan Safran Foer, coming to Bellingham in November to give a reading at Village Books.

[stunned silence]

I know.

And then, my stepdad announces over breakfast this morning that Greg Brown (Greg Brown, the amazing songwriter whose voice was as familiar to me throughout my childhood as that of Garrison Keillor, but whose music I never quite appreciated until a few years ago when I had my iPod on shuffle and “Sadness” popped up, seemingly out of the blue) was coming to town this month to play at the Nightlight.

[stunned silence]

I know. I’m not even joking either when I add that I had a dream last night that I was watching Greg Brown in concert, and he played “Ballingall Hotel,” and I was happy way down to my toes.

I’ve never dreamt of Greg Brown before in my life. Go figure.


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