Our show at Jalopy tonight was a great time — good music with good friends and musicians at a genuinely wonderful place. I can’t say enough good things about Jalopy; between gigs, other people’s shows (including some big names) and workshops/classes, I’m there at least once a week. And tonight I saw that Geoff had gotten an old concertina in the shop (they sell vintage instruments as well) so when that gets fixed up, I might have a new friend.
Anyway, if you weren’t able to make it, you can have a post-show preview of one song we did. Earlier this evening, after sending out a draft of the document I was working on today, I put aside the laptop to run through the songs I’d be doing later, and next thing you know …
It sounds better with Doug’s harmony and Charles’ banjo and Diane’s fiddle and Dave propelling it all on the bass and Ari playing slide guitar with a jelly glass, but for that you’ll have to come out to Red Hook sometime.
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