Sunday, November 19, 2017

Live Show and Autumn Atmosphere etc;


  Performed at the Live House
On 3rd, the band group my husband is a member performed at the Live-House, called "wakayama".  They played about one hour and half minutes except the dinner time for the audience before the show.  

Last part of  'La Macarena'  (less than 1 min.) 


Lady keyboard player of the band bought a new Electone and played Solo♪

Autumn  Plants and Bird
Before the live show, my husband and I went to see her New Music-Instrument. I had marvelous experience singing "Top of the World" with her Live Music Performance  The garden of her house has beautiful Japanese style with varieties of plants.

 Bramblings were enjoying Acorn  when stopped by the park  half an hour drive from our house.

This one noticed me and turned its back :-)

I am SO sorry that I haven't been able to visit you.  Have had really busy  days for orange this year (picking up and delivery) again and several other personal thing etc.  
I have no excuse for my absence to you. Getting colder day by day,  Please take care of yourselves. Wishing to see you soon.

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20 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, your husband's band sounds wonderful. I love the garden and beautiful plants and flowers. Your Brambling is a pretty bird. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week ahead.

Tamago said...

I enjoyed the video! Great performance by your husband and all the band members! The garden of lady keyboard player’s house is lush and beautiful. The purple fruits look remarkable! And I love those chicken head flowers :-)
Lovely scenery with bramblings and acorns. Looks like it was a nice autumn day. It’s getting more like winter quickly here!
Please don’t worry about being absent, Miyako san! Life can get very busy. I’m happy as long as you are doing well :-) Have a wonderful new week ahead!

jeannettestgermain said...

Oh, am happy you're back Miyako! It was my plan that if you didn't link up, to visit your blog, because you never miss - I was wondering if you were sick or something happened, but all it was, you were busy for a good cause! Many thanks for sharing with All Seasons!
It still baffles me how Japanese people like jazz -your own traditional music is so different! Had to smile of the name of that flower chicken head - it sure does look like the head of a chicken or rooster:):) Wishing you a great week!

Maggie said...

Your husband's band is great and so are the wonderful photos of the keyboard player's garden how beautiful. So good to have your company on Mosaic Monday.

Gillena Cox said...

Happy Mosaic Monday i see you have a clock motif today, mine is a clock theme today

much love...

Snap said...

It must be fun to watch and listen to your husband in the band. What a lovely garden the keyboard player has! I giggled when you said the Brambling turned his back to you... Guess he was tired of having his picture taken! Ha! Stay well!

Lorrie said...

Your husband's band plays great music! What a beautiful garden your friend has. I like the creamy white flower whose name means "big" in Japanese. The bird is so cute to turn his back on you. Have a wonderful week, Miyako.

Jim said...

Wonderful shots.

Angie said...

Even though the world is big it is small - to hear the Macarena from your husband's band - Amazing! The garden of the keyboard player must be her pride and joy - such variety - especially the purple berries - eye-popping!

Fun60 said...

Wonderful photos of the flowers and the brambling.Enjoy your week.

Rambling Woods said...

The band music is always fun to listen to Miyako. I find my head bobbing along with the music...Beautiful photos too...Michelle

Mod Lotus said...

I wish to visit Japan one day!! Beautiful pictures. #southerndaydreameroutdoorwednesday I just started blogging 3 weeks ago and wrote a post on my winter day trip to Mt. Rigi, Switzerland if you get a chance please read it and let me know your feedback in comments section Thanks, Manisha Have a great Thanksgiving with your family !!
https://www.modlotus.com/mt-rigi-winter-day-trip-zurich/

riitta k said...

Pretty photos again - this lady's garden looks gorgeous. Japan has been in my mind these days for I just read a newly released gastro detective story by a Finnish writer who has spent his childhood and youth in Japan. The victims were poisoned by eating fugu. He also talked and explained Kaiseki dinners and restaurants. So interesting. Wishing you a lovely day Miyako, sending hugs <3

likeschocolate said...

So lovely! Thanks for sharing! Have a great week!

Sue (this n that) said...

Hello Dear Miyako, I have been in and out of blogging too. I'm finally catching up with you and it's lovely to read through your post. I played that charming joyful music video as I looked down the page - thank you for including it.
It's always so interesting to see what's happening over in your part of the world. I love the flowers you've included and was thrilled to see the same Windflowers that I have by my back door here at home... mine are not in bloom but are growing vigorously once more.
Such sweet little Brambling eating the acorn, lovely photos.
I hope all is going along fine with you and yours. All the very best to you :D) xx

bettyl-NZ said...

We all have times that real life dominates our blogs, so you're not alone!
Love the music and the photos of the band. I love the translations of the flower names, they are so great to see, too.

Judy Biggerstaff said...

Bet your husband enjoys the band. Great photos of the series of birds. Beautiful.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, I am stopping back to say thank you for linking up your post and your sweet Brambling, what a pretty bird. The garden and flowers are lovely photos. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend.

A Colorful World said...

Such a wonderful garden! Beautiful photos, Miyako. Loved the music too.

♥ Anni ♥ said...

Thanks for sharing this post with us at I'd Rather B Birdin' this weekend. Beautiful gardens, great bird!!