October 25, 2007
slightly northern exposure
I am getting psyched to perform at the Revolving Museum in Lowell tomorrow night. Things are definitely going our way as Game 1 of the World Series didn't get canceled last night which would have forced a make-up game during our show which - for those of you uninitiated into the madness of Red Sox Nation - would have meant no one other than the band and my wonderful girlfriend would have shown up. For that matter, it's even possible that parts of the band wouldn't have made it. But the skies are clear for Game 2 tonight, so this show will not meet the fate of our last two which sadly and decisively lost the afore-mentioned mismatch.
The other helpful news is that we got an article written in the Lowell Sun about the show and what we do:
I am particularly excited to play with Melanie Howell on bari sax and bass clarinet as well as Dan Rosenthal on trumpet. They add amazing things to the mix, and if you don't believe me, just check out how cool we all look in the event poster!
October 21, 2007
Today, we perform in Bedford, my home town. Nestled in between the Patriots in Miami and the Red Sox trying to extend their season, we'll be rocking out at ye olde Town Hall in Bedford Center. And in case you need more proof, there is evidence on the front page of the local newspaper...