Randomly saw that Wilcox was playing in Auburn on a Thursday night. Even though I couldn't find anyone that could go on short notice, I drove to Auburn with the thinking: "Hey, I AM WORTH going to see Wilcox solo."
I always enjoy Wilcox and his profundity revealed by weaving song and story-telling together.
Here are some things I was able to jot down:
"The hardest songs to write are the ones about the beauty we take for granted."
"Human hearts don't work until they're broken; it's counter-intuitive."
"...a conversation where I have that righteous anger, and it's no longer a conversation; in the time they're talking, I'm reloading..."
"Divers die from coming up too fast from the depths. Musicians die from coming down from the heights. Because nobody teaches them how..."