Tell Us What You Thought of the Show/Weekend

It’s late at night, after the Fogelberg Tribute Show in Allen tonight.
I’m still exploding with adrenaline and love for how it came out…

1,000 of you came.
We raised over $12,000 for the relief of Hurricane Sandy.
80 musicians did our best to honor the musical legacy of Dan Fogelberg.

Here’s what I’d like you to do:

If you were there, tonight, or last night, please leave a comment HERE at the end of this blog.

Yes, some of you have probably already commented over on Facebook. But those comments sort of vanish away forever. And we’d like to be able to keep your thought in a file for future savoring.


What did you like?
What will you remember?
What feedback for any of us band, orchestra, chorus folks do you have?
Would you change anything?

Thanks in advance for leaving your thoughts here.

(Note: comments are “approved” on the blog. That can take hours, really. So, if they don’t show up right away, patience. The next time I’ll sign on, I’ll get to them….EF)

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Eric Folkerth is a minister, musician, author and blogger. He is Senior Pastor of Kessler Park UMC United Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas. Previously, he was pastor at Northaven UMC in Dallas for seventeen years. Eric loves to write on topics of spirituality, social justice, music/art and politics. The entries on this blog reflect that diversity of interests. His passion for social justice goes beyond mere words. He’s been arrested at the White House, defending immigrants and “The Dreamers,” and he’s officiated at same sex weddings in his churches, in defiance of what some believe is Methodist teaching. Eric is an avid blogger and published author, and 2017 recipient of the prestigeous Kuchling Humanitarian Award from Dallas’ Black Tie Dinner. (Human Rights Campaign) Eric has led or co-led hundreds of persons on mission trips around the globe, to places such as Mexico, Haiti, Russia, and Nepal. He has worked with lay persons to build ten homes, and one Community Center, in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Dallas. He’s a popular preacher, and often tackles challenging issues of social justice in his writings and sermons. His wife, Judge Dennise Garcia, is a State District Judge for Dallas, County. As judge of the 303rd Family District Court, she consistently gets high ratings from area lawyers, and was named “best judge” by The Dallas Observer. First elected in 2004, she was the first Latina ever elected to a county-wide bench in Dallas County, and is currently the longest service district judge in that district. She was re-elected for a fourth term in 2018. They have the world’s best daughter, Maria, and an incredible dog, Daisy. Find links to Eric’s music-related websites, at the top of this site’s navigation menu.

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