The first jam on MLAG cruises have traditionally been the smallest. Why? People are still unpacking and preparing their quarters for the long haul. Also, it took a lot of energy to get to our port from all parts of the USA while carrying instruments.
Yes, these first night jammer are true die-hards. You’ll see them there every night and they will stay up as long as possible. There’s something about music that binds us together and lifts each individual to a state of happiness. The audience too starts out small but as the days gather so does the crowd.
The next evening everything picks up. More players, more instruments, more audience…it starts getting bigger.
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