This is our 1st blog since the end of March, and it's good to be back.
April and May were spent healing digits and recovering my voice, which I sort of lost in a battle with Laryngitis after a series of the nastiest allergies and most un-common colds I've ever had the displeasure of getting over. The good news is that my thumb is finally a whole thumb again and the voice is back, just in time to take the stage this evening at the 110 Grill in Chelmsford.
Our first set tonight kicks off at seven and I am really looking forward to a fun night performing for a great crowd at a really cool venue. If you've never been to the 110 before I encourage you to come check it out. The food is awesome and the staff takes awesome care of you. You won't be disappointed.
I spent most of the morning finalizing set lists which is always difficult for me. I usually end up switching things around as the night progresses based on what the audience is in the mood for but it helps me to keep things moving if I have a plan.(even if I don't stick with it)
Well I have just another couple of tunes to run through in final rehearsal before I embark on the least favorite part of my day ahead, which is to play roadie and load all the gear and equipment, which seems to be expanding with every new show. We've added some new technology to the set up that allowed us to expand our play list and enhance our sound. I think you will enjoy the improvements. We are going to try and video/record portions of the show tonight so we can post some new footage to the website.
Hope to see many of you in Chelmsford tonight at the 110 Grill. Until then, be good to yourselves and be kind to each other.