Monday, April 21, 2014

Megadeth Experience...

I recently got to spend a few days in Vegas thanks to Megadeth front man, Dave Mustaine. It was our first trip to Vegas, and my first rock concert. It was loud, but good!!! We were impressed with his guitar skills!!! Here are some pictures, articles, interviews, etc.

http://www.vegasmorningblend.com/videos/254960511.html

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/17/megadeth-sarah-churman-death-first-rock-concert_n_5168729.html


http://www.reviewjournal.com/columns-blogs/doug-elfman/megadeth-flies-born-deaf-woman-vegas-her-first-rock-concert

8 comments:

  1. Sarah, your story is so inspiring, as are you! I'm a producer on a national TV talk show called "Emotional Mojo" www.emotionalmojo.com We would love to have you on as a guest on our show...please email me at cecewilck@mojobrandsmedia.com
    Thank you!

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    1. I am just now seeing this! Will e-mail you now....so sorry!!!

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  2. Hi Sarah, my name is Ben Gelblum and I am a journalist contacting you on behalf of Fabulous Magazine. We would like to do a quick phone interview with you about your awesome story, which would be read through with you to make sure you are totally happy with what appears. Please contact me on bengelblum@hotmail.com to discuss further. Many thanks, and all the very best to you and your family, Ben Gelblum

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  3. I know it's a kinda late comment but just watched your videos on youtube and it's really an astonishing story showing the advances of modern science! I know it's more behind it than meets the eye but the culmination to a moment where doctors are able to seemingly simply enable ones ears is really earthshattering to watch. It's such a reality check, 20 years ago this were concepts implemented in sci-fi movies only and comprehending what it must feel like to be able to hear in a glimpse of a moment is probably impossible without experiencing it. One can just imagine where the limits for this and equivalent technologies are, perhaps our grandchildren will live in a world where restoring all senses and possibly mobility (from a state of paralyzation) will seem as normal as going to a dentist.

    Anyway, all the best happenings for you and your family. Seize the opportunity to listen to a lot of bands - both live and recorded - there are so many great musicians out there!

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    1. Thank you so much sir! Sorry for the delayed response, I'm horrible at navigating this stuff :(

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  4. In the world but not of the world? how do skull leggings and megadeath music fit in?

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  5. In the world but not of the world? how do skull leggings and megadeath music fit in?

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