Kiss Me, I'm... [Show Recap]
we got our green on and it was go, go, go. The show was so chill last night. We all had fun and breezed through the set. The Good Hurt's sound was spectacular. It's always a relief when the monitor work and give me a really good sense of what I'm singing. When we get to the slow numbers: watch out! The melody can get all the attention it deserves. I'm convinced we are the only "rock" band that does as many ballads as we do. He laughs to himself. All the ladies had a good time. Enjoy the daisies!
I will endeavor to get pictures up by the end of the night. Lots of great shots in our shades of green. Doug was under the weather, but held up like Gibraltar. Looking like the urban cowboy. Bryan was tip-top, rolling through the solo of Done Lost My Mind twice while I delivered flowers. Mmm-mm! The set was high-flying. Helps when everyone is over 6' tall. We've got a great action shot of Bry in mid-air. Usually, that's me. Bryan had been good all year, so St. Patrick brought him some beer.
We had a lot of compliments on our newly implemented harmonies on Love Someone (which we hadn't played in a few shows) and on our Beatles' cover. The Fab number went down a storm. Funny thing is, several people (who are Beatles fans) told me "I never liked that song... Until you did it." What a nice thing to hear. It's tough with the Beatles because you can't do the "hits" or risk sounding foolish.
And I'm not telling you which song we did. You'll have to come to the show in May to hear it again. For our next show at the Gig, April 6, we are debuting a new original song. For the following show April 26 at the Good Hurt, we unveil the second Beatles' cover. At our show in May, tba, we'll play both the Lennon/McCartney tunes.
Rush Hour Soul's set list:
U Had The $
A Talent For Loving
Everything My Heart Desires
Down By Love
Done Lost My Mind
Have a great Saturday. I'm going up to Mt. Lee to the Hollywood sign. Because it's there!
Love, Power, Peace