Mishka Performs “Higher Heights” In Support of Japanese Earthquake Victims
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I had an interesting time on St. Pete Beach this past weekend. I’ll spare you the exciting details like the beach bars and tell you about the boring details. Wait, what? Yes, I’m going to tell you about the boring part of my trip…the drive.
The drive between Fort Myers and Tampa is two hours of mind-numbing boredom. There’s not much to look at except for trees, swamp and counting all the out of state license plates. The drive up was okay, I was excited because I was going to be picking up some new tires for the Jeep. After some delays in meeting the guy form Craigslist, an unplanned overnight stay and then finding out the tires weren’t what I was expecting or even able to fit in my Jeep to bring them home, my frustration level was maxed out. Now the long, sensory deprived drive home was staring me down.
I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again, music is wonderful for adjusting ones attitude. I knew in my frustrated state I needed something calm and relaxing. Mishka to the rescue.
I set the cruise control to 75, put the smooth reggae beats of Mishka on shuffle and let the island vibe wash over me. After two songs I felt better and all the world seemed right. That’s the power of Mishka, and that power is displayed below for the people of Japan.
The video below is of Mishka performing his “Higher Heights” song for the Japanese earthquake victims. Hopefully his music was able to take those people to a better place mentally as well.
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