We made the run down to Knoxville on Wed. Oct. 3 and played the Well again. Everybody there is so extremely nice and laid-back.
We have had a great time both times there.
We played with Glossary, very cool band, they did a SlobberBone cover.
I am informed that in Texas, SlobberBone are as big as Tupelo, etc.
I however, had not thought of them in years.
We ran into a place called Sessions in Greensboro, NC, the next night.
I drove all night over the mountains in Tennessee and North Carolina
and we arrived in Greensboro at about 6 a.m., not that fun.
Sessions was a cool little place and people seemed to like us, I believe we'll head back there in the early spring. Lots of craft beer, lots of coffee.
Shakori Hills was a good time, as usual.
Brock slept in a puddle.
We drove in a monsoon and I mean a monsoon, from Ocala to Bradenton.
I cannot over state the amount of rain descending, crazy, mean Old Testament God amounts of rain. We all know how that guy was.
We hit Bradenton a couple of hours late, but we made it.
The BlueBerry Patch is a truly unique place. Clyde, the man who books
the joint is one of the coolest people in the world.
We played a couple of sets to a fairly full audience, got hugged a lot
and then headed back down the road.
I don't think we even broke anything, or offended anyone.