We had the holidays coming, people getting busy with their family and loved ones, and we were trying to get over the heartbreaking experience of having our presentation cancelled; yes, it's kinda strange, but to a performer having his performance cancelled that very same day is really hard, so our spirits were running low. really low.
However, there was hope at the end of the tunnel (or was that light at the end of the tunnel? ...no, hey! that's when you're dying!, so yes, hope it is). A local bar/restaurant (actually, the one that let us use their stage for taking the picture you see in this blog's 'about me' in the sidebar) asked us to come play there.
The day came. And again, it was an unusually cold day, so we didn't get as many people comming as we were expecting; still, the place was packed, but the patio and outside tables couldn't be used.
There were some problems with one of the amplifiers at the very last minute; there was no time to go and get another one, so the keyboard/rythm guitar was in jeopardy. Luckily, the venue's owner also plays in a band, so he gracefully let us use one of his amps --he also was very helpful helping us set the house sound system, so if you're ever by Telephone Rd., stop by Bohemeo's and you'll enjoy a very fine atmosphere and lots of friendly people.
All in all, it was a good experience. We got great reviews, our playing was tight, and our vocal harmonies really stood out.
Pictures coming soon (my flashdrive complained about being disconnected without stopping its u3 processes and erased almost 300MB worth of pictures! So yes, always click on the 'eject usb' --or however it shows in your computer-- before taking the flasdrive off it, or risk losing tons of precious information.)