We found some late night music and slept like sardines in a cute little camp cabin. We were one of the last acts of the day at 2pm on Sunday, the crowd had dispersed a little but those who remained were ready for us. It. Was. Fun. After our set, I sat in for a Grateful Dead tune (a first for me). I also ran into some friends from festivals past, from Guitarfish, For The Funk Of It, Strawberry Music Fest, California Worldfest, etc. Cali has some die hard music fans out there and I love that very much.
Now we are home, just for a couple days. Long enough to hug our friends, kiss our loved ones and eat our favorite foods (looking at you Pho Oregon) before we jump in the van again. First up is Rendezvous in the Park in Moscow, ID, which is the hometown of our dear friend and trumpeter Thomas Barber. Then off to Winthrop, WA for the Winthrop R&B Festival, joining acts like the California Honeydrops, Curtis Salgado, Samantha Fish and Pimps of Joytime for the festivals 31st year of music and joy.
And after that? Off to Colorado, Nevada and Tahoe before we head back home for some much needed R&R (in our case that stands for wRiting and Recording, look out world!).
Time flies, and although it's not always fun (per say), life is a beautiful adventure and I wouldn't trade this one for anything.
Stay tuned for our next blog installment titled, Where Did the Rest of July Go and Did We Somehow Skip the Entire Month of August?!?
Love you guys lots, see you out there!