Urban Loneliness

Alone on the city streets of Chicago.

Urban Loneliness Art

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      • Thanks for the link to your article!

        I first heard Tom (and Andy!) in Elko, Nevada, at the Cowboy Poetry Gathering in 1996 or 1997, and have listened to him ever since. A few years ago, we were lucky enough to go on the Cowboy Train, a weeklong trip on various trains in Colorado and New Mexico. Tom was the main attraction, but there were other musicians (Gretchen Peters and Barry Walsh, Wylie Gustafson, and Sourdough Slim) and an exceptionally fine cowboy poet, Paul Zarzyski. We had concerts every night, plus time just to hang out with the performers. It was excellent, and you would have loved it!

        You may already be familiar with the album that Tom did with Gretchen Peters – One to the Heart, One to the Head – but if you’re not, you need to find it. It is excellent.

  1. Ah, my lovely Chicago, the love of my life. It’s amazing how you captured this specific street and person. It indeed gives a sense of loneliness in the middle of a great city. I never felt alone on the streets on Chicago, way to many people to feel that. Yet at night it was a beauty to behold. Great shot Brian, and thank you for bringing back such lovely memories of a city I’ll always call home.

  2. Reblogged this on Infernal Deity of a Psychotic Mind and commented:
    Ah, my lovely Chicago, the love of my life. It’s amazing how you captured this specific street and person. It indeed gives a sense of loneliness in the middle of a great city. I never felt alone on the streets on Chicago, way to many people to feel that. Yet at night it was a beauty to behold. Great shot Brian, and thank you for bringing back such lovely memories of a city I’ll always call home.

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