This is one from the Andrea Clearfield Salon where Josh and I played in January. We played last on a program that was so eclectic, I had no idea whether the audience was going to love or hate our performance.
We started with The Hour, which is a song about remorse. Great, high energy tune to kick things off....... nope. Actually, it's just weird enough that I think folks really started listening!
I was so nervous my bow was bouncing on the strings. I was just thinking about all the incredibly interesting performances of the night - the vibraphone solo (unbelievable!), the electronic sounds with improvised dance (every bit as weird as it sounds), the folk trio from PA... and Italy... (Sunshine Supermen- check them out!) Anyway, half way through the song I remembered what I was doing and relaxed a little.
We also played Rise and Skye, which are two of my favorites to play. There's just so much playing I get to do in both of those. We broke it down in the middle of Rise to just jam for a minute - Josh is an incredible improviser. He says it's just composing really fast.
I'll be posting the rest of the photos from that night pretty quick here.