This was the kind of show that reminds me why I even decided to start playing music. Even though we had to endure a horrendous six and a half hour drive to get to Traverse City, it was well worth the suffering. As soon as we got there, I knew that we were going to be on fire. And we were. Not bad considering we only practiced once between September's Paychecks disaster and the day of the show. We were surprisingly tight. People, of which there were quite a few, were dancing and really getting into the music. We even wound up in the midst of a 25 minute freestyle "jam session" with all the evening's performers. Cash, H.C., Chubby, and myself started in on some musical chairs, in which Cash hopped on the bass and I on the drums. I couldn't be more pleased with the outcome of this gig (isn't "gig" such a rock-star word?). The last couple shows kind of wiped us out emotionally, so I am glad to say that this one basically revived us from our seemingly hopeless funk. Thank you Danny, for everything. So it is safe to say that we are back and motivated. Now I just have one question... What the hell is on Joey's head? Peace.
... show went good, Logan is working on a split 7" with Nickelback.