What a Weekend!

blogspot on July 12th, 2010 No Comments

This past weekend was the busiest yet. I literally spent more hours preparing to play, performing, scheduling shows, and taking down than I did sleeping Friday and Saturday.

Friday night was Mo Java Coffee Roasters. This was my first time entering the place. It’s a calm, quiet venue that is small enough to maintain a certain degree of intimacy while plenty big enough to fit my cult following. Irene Taylor accompanied me for a 2 hour set. This gave us a great chance to get used to singing together again, and I believe it sounded quite good. There were some new faces at the show that seemed to enjoy themselves very much, and we hope to see them back again.

Saturday afternoon we performed at the Eagle Days festival from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Despite having limited gear, we put off a great sound and drew some people in to listen. It was a wonderful chance to let my home town know what I am capable of, and solidify some play time for next years festival.

Saturday morning I got word that TOAST would have to cancel their show for that night because the scheduled performer had fallen ill. I took the initiative to call them up, and Irene and I filled in for her from 9 pm to midnight. It was a blast. TOAST is such a great place to play. Sometimes I wish the crowd wasn’t so loud, but after they throw enough back, they really start to get involved.

My next scheduled performance is July 19th at the Legacy. This will be a formal concert for the residents there, and Irene will be accompanying me while we perform.

This fall’s performance schedule is getting more and more full, so please stay tuned for new concert announcements.

Much Love, and God Bless

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