The City Council in Kingston is looking for the ideal lyrics to put on a commemorative plaque and they are asking fans for help.
They are planning to put a marker in “Springer Market Square” where more than 25,000 gathered to watch the band’s historic Aug. 20th concert that became one of our Countries highest rated live events, ever.
I guess it’s come down to two different phrases;
City officials say that after they conferred with the Band, they whittled it down to two choices and they are “everybody was in it from miles around” —Blow at High Dough, or “We danced the sidewalk clean” —- New Orleans is Sinking.
The two-question survey, which can be accessed online at www.cityofkingston.ca/GetInvolved or by calling 613-546-0000, closes Oct. 12.
Not included, but some I’d consider;
*Bobcaygeon, “where I saw the constellations reveal themselves, one star at a time.”
*At the Hundredth Meridian; At the hundredth meridian, where the great plains begin.”
*Fully Completely; “Wayward ho! Away we go, It’s a shame to leave this masterpiece.”
*Ahead by a Century; “No dress rehearsal, this is our life”