We Are the Willows tour diary, Vol. 11

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I haven't had too many shows over the last week.  It's been kinda nice, but I've noticed that, for some reason, I've started looking like a step dad on vacation; Tucked-in T-shirts, goofy vacation hats and payless cross trainers.  Weird.

I saw my friends Aron and Kelly in Nashville and met their diaper wearing doggy!

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Aron makes tunes and helped me out with a show the last time I was in Nashville.  He also has a high voice.  We should start a band.

I played in Atlanta the next day.  Have you ever met people who were so nice and happy that you had to wonder if they were on drugs?

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These dudes played music along to an animation that one of them did and it was hilarious and awesome.

After Atlanta I time traveled to Florida!  Whoa!!!!!!

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I had a couple of days off so I walked around on the beach:

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Read a weird sci fi/fantasty/western/magical sexapade book by Stephen King (Stephen,  you're a weird dude):

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And tried to take a picture of myself.  Believe it or not, this was the best picture I could get.  I think my arms are too short.

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The next show was in Gainesville, FL, and it was the start of two straight weeks of shows.  I was really excited to play here again because the last time I played it was so much fun!  And, I was not disappointed.  I played with an awesome band called, Dirty Fist!  I feel like they should be from Minneapolis.  They feel like Powderhorn Park.

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Folks are so nice in Gainesville.  Someone even gave me a bag full of bread and a bag full of fruit.  Mmmmm.

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The next night was in Orlando and it was so much fun that I forgot to take pictures at the show.  But here's a picture of downtown.  Cool.

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I got to Jacksonville super early and ended up seeing some folks I played with in Atlanta.  We walked around and watched some people LARPing

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I biked around for a while and then played at a joint called Underbelly.  I played to about 10 folks and by the time I was finished, the audience looked like this, which felt like -$1,000,00

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But then, about two minutes after I finished, a few folks strolled in who came specifically to see me.  So I played another set for them.  I sold a bunch of shirts and CDs.  Aww man.  The night ended up being so great.

More travel stories to come,
Peter





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Todd M.
Todd M.

The comment about the "stepdad on vacation literally had me laughing out loud". I also liked the picture of the crowd that was woth $1,000,000. At least you're out there doing your best. It was great playing with you the other night. You sounded awesome.

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