Everybody starts with a Miller Light sign at their back.That's way cool.I can remember being so overheated after three sets in the Mississippi Delta, we made the Bud guy open the keg trailers and we sat on frosty kegs, not saying a word to each other, as the steam rose off our backs.I think we made a couple hundred a piece for that 12 hour evening. Wouldn't trade the memory for all the tea in China.Andywww.smokingtoaster.com
My first thought--couldn't get the Spare in the gig, huh? OK, it's a solo for the Heir, and likely not a Spare-friendly environment.
Good job, Heir! That was a complex song to perform. I respect a man who can get in front of a group and play. I've been playing guitar for a couple of years but will invariably flub up a tune if a cat walks into the empty room.
Well done that boy/man!
It looks like he doesn't just play the music but feels it, too. Utterly charming.
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