Jeff Rowe: “You once had a fire inside of you. One that no one could put out.”

Jeff Rowe wrote a beautiful piece about growing up linked below.

If you ever get a chance to play music for a lot of people, be thankful. While working at the Co-Op I learned about a thing called shelf life. I’m pretty sure that even though this system was devised for food, it applies to everything.

 You really loved punk rock music. It was way more than the raw angst of the sound. When you felt like you had nowhere to go—it gave you shelter. So please, for the love of whatever bullshit you might have been led to believe, do not abandon it.

via Note to Self by Jeff Rowe | Enduring Gloucester

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