Ronnie O'Sullivan concedes - time to listen to the blues

Ronnie O'Sullivan has just conceded his snooker match during the quarter finals of the UK Championship to Stephen Hendry. I can't believe it. They were only in the 6th frame out of 17. I had my day all planned out - almost like a holiday - with two of the best snooker players in the world. My favorite two snooker players! Ronnie can be like a roller coaster when it comes to snooker, but I think this is the first time he's ever conceded so early in the game. At this point no one knows why - and I hope he's okay.

I've been watching snooker for the last year or so. At first when I started watching it (because of Dave) I didn't like it and would get bored whenever it was on. I'm not quite sure exactly when it happened or why, but one day it just clicked and I've been hooked ever since.

In case you're not familiar with snooker, on the surface it looks like pool, but is really nothing like it. A great sport often compared to boxing and chess. For more information about snooker, go to World Snooker Association or Wikipedia's Snooker page.

Well, now that the snooker match of the year has ended prematurely, it's time to listen to some blues - as that's how I'm feeling right now.

Watch the video for The Blues are Brewin with Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong

By: Jenny May
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About Jenny May

Jenny May is the founder of Band Weblogs. Based in Oxford, England (originally from New England), Band Weblogs was created in 2005. With a passion for music, Jenny May has performed with bands in the US and the UK, her music has appeared in films, she was a vocal coach for the Yamaha Rock School and has worked on music projects with musicians such as Jon Fishman (Phish), Fyfe Dangerfield (Guillemots) and Cisco Adler (Shwayze). Jenny is currently writing music commentary and reviews for Band Weblogs and writing, recording and performing music with songwriter and musician Dave Tommo.
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