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It's Saturday at 12:25... er... :26 now ;) And I'm still sitting in pajama pants, I haven't brushed my hair and I have zero idea as to when I'm going to begin getting ready to head to town and run errands. Yes, I am suffering from what I like to call a "gig hangover".
Gig hangover's can be Brutal. Not painful in that dehydrated, still-taste-the-whiskey sort of way that most hangovers are, but a gentle reminder that the easy rebound after a late night days are over. However, just like those wasted nights of partying with your friends until the sun comes up, the good is worth the bad. Or in my case, the bad until the ibuprofen kicks in. ;)
Last night was amazing. Fantastic. Ridiculously fun. Just like the last show was. Just like the next show will be. YOU guys make it the extreme experience it is every single time we get onstage. YOUR support. YOUR encouragement. YOUR laughter and, sometimes, tears. YOU.
(Me and Mark Wilson)
Here are a few shots I took with my crappy phone camera. Rachel Cameron Photography and HomeGrown Country in the City were with us during the first part of the show so I'll be sure to post a few of the pics that the lovely Rachel took as soon as she shares 'em with us! If I forget to mention you, please forgive me. Like I said before, I'm "hungover". BIIIIIIIGGGGGGGGG thanks to all of our friends and family who came out to support us, including Rachel Cameron, HomeGrown Country, Mark Wilson (with Hillbilly Rockstars), Lacy Lee (with Hell on Heels), Art Mulcahy and Dan Cribb (with Zac and Jay Band), Steve Mendiola, The Twin Cities Dancers, the Foster boys, Hap, Angela, Katherine, Michelle and friends, the table of boys from Yuba City sitting front and center (OH YEAH... GOOOOOO DODGERS!!!!!), and the girls sitting in the corner the whole night singing along to every song! AND everyone else who came out. We had more than a blast. We'll see you all soon ;)
(Bryan, Will, Me and Dave at the El Dorado Saloon)