This month concluded my summer of music-making adventures. It flew by so incredibly fast. Life is strange and awesome and delicious all at once.
Erin and I played so many shows and I met so many people and sang so many songs that I have lost track of time and space and if it wasn’t for bacon and coffee and occasional sleep, I wouldn’t have stayed sane through all of it. Maybe.
I’ll step through things since I haven’t posted many blogs lately..
Bought some fancy suits, attended UD alumni mug night and a Siemens conference, watched my brother graduate from my high school which I no longer recognize, signed the lease to rent our new house, went to a bunch of Miss Delaware-type events and watched my pretty girlfriend, played company softball, and went to weddings and music festivals.
Worked storm duty overtime, had a housewarming, played a wedding, bartended at a fundraiser, ran intern program events for work, attended Firefly music festival, went to the state fair, and took a mini vacation to Shenandoah.
Played at Musikfest, was interviewed by the FBI as a character reference for a friend, beach’d, recorded Emkeev, went to Maine for a week, and played the Beta Hi-Fi festival at World Cafe Live Wilmington in addition to many other shows.
Watched the Doctor Who Series 7 premiere!, played lots of Honey Badger shows, mastered Emkeev’s instrumental EP, got a free piano from Craigslist, played music at my cousin’s wedding, golfed, ran lots, went to the Dewey Beach Music conference, and recorded Honey Badgers and also lots of friends collaboratively.
Whoa. So many things. So much fun and learning and performing. Hopefully the momentum keeps building into the fall.
We’re playing 33 West again this Friday night (9/28) in Dover, DE, and at Kelly’s Logan House again this Saturday (9/29) in Trolley Square Wilmington, DE. Working on a Christmas tune Sunday for Hometown Heroes.