Luc & The Lovingtons are on #TheGoodnessTour ! We’ll be bringing so much Goodness and invite you too! The Goodness Tour will be 3 weeks long, Sept. 11th – 30th, thus we are committed to 5 goods a week, that’s 15 goods! We challenge anyone in the AG community to match us! We will be playing for the homeless all along the West coast, but we are also looking for suggestions of Goods we can accomplish on our Facebook page. Your grandma needs some music to cheer her up? Your friend is stuck in his house w a broken leg? Let us know and we can be the harbingers of musical Goodness into their lives! More on #TheGoodnessTour coming your way in the next few days, visit us on FB to send us a Good challenge www.facebook.com/lucandthelovingtons Blessings!
We played a living room concert for a lovely 90 year old woman named Rose and her friends and family. It was so touching and humbling, as we all shared stories and Rose, who has been in bad health lately, just lit up, cheeks as rosey as her name sake and let us know that this meant the world to her. We filmed the whole thing exclusively for Anonymous Good, video coming soon!
What a Blessing this tour has been! Luc and The Lovingtons are halfway through The Goodness Tour and it has been such an enlightening, joy filled circus of Love energy and Compassion! We have learned and been touched by the genius and stories of the Legends we have met. We wanted to share some of what we have experienced as well as the story of how it all started. So here it is, The Goodness Tour: Luc and The Lovingtons On A Mission. ENJOY!
We just stayed at our awesome friend’s house in Portland. She was out of town and left the house in a rush so it was a little messy. The Lovingtons don’t play dat! We left this morning and made sure it was cleaner then a whistle, yeeeeehaaaaa on to Ashland we go! #TheGoodnessTour #LucAndTheLovingtons
We just played Dignity Village in Portland and we were just just floored by the warmth and gratitude from the residents there for the music and our presence. They even Blessed our painter Ben with paint! DV is the oldest ‘tent’ camp in the U.S. although they no longer use tents, as they have hand built houses there and some even have solar power! The folks there really knew how to utilize all of their resources and build their treasures from within. We now have friends there for life, so Blessed. Ashland, Oregon here we come as #TheGoodnessTour keeps on rolling!
After Mary’s Place, we went to Tent City 3, a homeless encampment with over 40 residents. We played for over 2 hours and after we hung out with them and shared a meal. Such good people there, even though they were living in tents, they had a great Spirit of life and Joy. Ben Swatez our painter created a live painting along with several of the little girls that live there, check it out!
We played an amazing show @ Marys Place in Seattle today, a shelter for homeless woman and their children. It was a life changing experience as 5 men to bring a pure Love & Joy experience to women, many of whom have been so abused by the men in their lives. So humbling and so enlightening! We r on the way as #TheGoodnessTour keeps rolling!
I was eating breakfast at a restaurant today and a man with some form of disabled motor skills was trying to snap on his fanny back and struggling with it, he seemed healthy and conscious but whatever was ailing his upper body motor skills made it difficult for him to reach around his back. It was going on for a while and I couldn’t stand watching him struggle with it while I was sitting right there with hands that could do it in a second, I jumped up and asked if I could help snap it for him, he resigned and said thank you, and I quickly snapped and tightened it till it was good and went back to my seat saying “I’m glad to be useful” as he was thanking me again. I felt exactly that, really glad to be useful.. Activated my spirit of help and the energy of compassion.. which i really needed this morning actually..
I played music at a hospital for my birthday, totally improvisational, the guards let us in and said to play in the cafeteria for all to hear, the group of hospital residents having dinner while we where there all sang along, smiles and tapping slippers, a man and his two kids who’s mom was upstairs healing from a major operation had big bright smiles and said we made their day… It was a sweet moment and the music was played with a group of some of my closest friends… What a sweet birthday…
I played at a hospital on my birthday, completely improvisational, the guards let us in and told us to play in the Cafeteria, a bunch of hospital residents sung along to our tunes, and a man and his two kids who’s mother was healing from a major operation upstairs had huge smiles and said we made their day. It was with a group of some of my closest friends… What a sweet birthday…