If you were unable to attend the event last October, and even if you did, I encourage you to catch the one-hour musical recap—The Concert to Face Addiction—which is now airing on public television around the country. Check the listings, and if your city is not represented, consider requesting an air date. I had to record the concert because it aired in the Twin Cities while I was in Dallas for the Big Texas Recovery Rally. The overlap was appropriate because in Dallas, the reverberations from Unite to Face Addiction could still be felt. Thousands there gathered to celebrate recovery with music, art and fellowship; to press forward on policy initiatives; and to demonstrate for the public, once again, that recovery is real and attractive. After watching—a year later—Isbell, Sheryl Crow, The Eagles’ Joe Walsh, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, The Fray, Goo Goo Dolls’ Johnny Rzeznik, and the show-stealing Jonathan Butler and Tommy Sims shine a light on recovery as the antidote to addiction—and after again seeing taped rally messages from Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and President Obama—I'm left with just one thought ... We ought to keep throwing these parties.