This was one of my all time favorite VIP sessions EVER… like EVER… as we headed to the Agora and the Rock Hall for senior pictures in Cleveland. When I found out that Max plays drums and guitar, I knew that something special needed to be done for his VIP session. I called my friend (and producer of the “Live at the Agora Documentary” ) Jay Boland. He is always very supportive of a young musician. After all, every Rock legend started out somewhere. We headed down to the Agora first. The legendary Agora Ballroom sign was a must. It didn’t hurt that the floors were super shiny and I could catch Max’s reflection perfectly. We also hit the basement, where loads of rock legends signed their names to the brick wall. Legend has it that this place is haunted. Just ask Jay. He’s given me the ghost tour many times. Yes, my friend….totally haunted. Max stood on the stage where so many stood before him. We were there for a while. It was so awesome. Did I mention Jay and all of the people working there are the bee’s knees!? We had a blast telling stories, talking about our favorite musicians. We hit the road to make it to the Rock Hall just in time for sunset. It was perfect. I luuuuuv Cleveland. I love all that it has to offer in the music scene and all the history that it holds in Rock and Roll. This town totally rocks. Have something you’ve been dreaming about doing for your VIP senior pictures? Let us know!
Thank you to all of our friends at the Agora and Rock Hall. Buckets of love to you. e