It's always my preference to be able to dance around a bit, but sometimes our stages are so small that I can barely extend my elbows.
We loaded in and during soundcheck discovered that the lights were sound activated and changed colors to the beat that we played. We gave thorough and hearty thanks to our host for letting us take up his floor and couch space for the last two days, and headed north to climb back up the coast for a change.
I ended up thanking them and saying that it meant so much to me that people were enjoying the music. They are always there. I pour my heart into the songs that I write, and when my message resonates with someone it feeds my soul as well as theirs.
You're voice is professional quality, and you have a little bit of quirkiness that I always love in performers. A flock of somethings arrived, and it was amusing to watch them flit around taking pictures of themselves with a selfie stick.
We exited onto a driveway that wound its way up a hill, and at the top a rustic-chic courtyard awaited our performance. Temecula is serious California wine country, and today we were the afternoon entertainment at Bel Vino Winery.
As I began breaking down my gear a pair of middle-aged ladies made their way toward us from their table on the grass.
They found me in front of the merch box a suitcase that held our CDs, t-shirts, mugs, and mailing list and immediately purchased a CD each.
They had been watching us closely for the last two hours, nodding their heads at certain lyric lines and whispering to each other when an interested new song started.