The first show of 2014 and I couldn’t be more pleased with how it went… well I could be more pleased, but only because I’m a miserable bastard.
I kid, though. The crowd was wonderful – I think this is most attentive crowd I’ve ever seen and I even captured a few of the folks who were there to see the band that played before me. They were called Peg House – a drummer and a guitarist with some very tight harmonies and a very enthusiastic crowd.
Anyway, here’s tonight’s set list:
- Ordinary Day
- Dogs at the Door
- Redemption on Pearl
- Stupid Lullaby
- Jesus in Chains
- All the Same to You
- That Person Aside You
- A Jerk’s Lament
- Ain’t No Sunshine (Bill Withers cover)
- Mind This Mind
- My Fear of Losing You
- Internet Famous
As I said earlier, the crowd was great. A few people even got up and danced during “Ain’t No Sunshine”… Actually that was kind of weird for me, but my previous experience informs me that people dancing is generally a good thing.
Speaking of dance, I had The Buskerettes in full effect this evening, once again bringing the moves and making up for the fact that I have the looks of a baby troll. Radio Bean even captured a video. I would post a link to it, but it’s late and I’m lazy. I’ll share it on Facebook if you’re interested.
I really had a lovely evening and can’t wait to do it again on March 7.
Lastly, I’m pretty sure Joe Adler wore a coat and tie for me. He’ll probably deny it, but we know better.