It was a bittersweet farewell to the Pier on Monday, there were a few tears shed as I sang my last song from the 5th floor. It was so great to see so many familiar faces, so thanks to all who joined me in my goodbye to the first steady solo gig I ever booked for myself; 7 years and roughly 500 hours later, an era has come to an end.
A storm was coming in on Sunday; I had been watching it all day. I waited until I heard thunder to start tearing my equipment down. Most of the patrons had moved inside when their drinks and plates of food started blowing off the tables. I was nestled into my little corner with all of my stuff, as I typically am, now trying frantically to pack everything up because the rain was starting to drive down, hard.
I had the fortune of playing at the Hideaway Cafe‘s last weekly Living Room Live this past Tuesday night.Read more “Pictures from The Hideaway Cafe in St. Petersburg”