was fun fun fun.
haven't had that much fun on stage in a while, so thank you to those of you who made the night what it was!
tequila shots with my new girlfriends was a blast...
got home way too late...or early, i guess is more accurate...
and so much happens in the time i've been away from LA.
reconnected with an old friend and found out that he is now the lead singer for a band we both love. they're coming here in september, and i can't wait to see him and see the show.
feeling the joy of sunshine here in london.
it's perfect weather.
the pigeons are feeling the love, as well.
it seems like every time i look outside i see pigeons procreating.
saw some on top of a monument in central london on my way to the show last night.
looked out the window and was like 'why is that one pigeon on the other pigeon's back?' and then...ewwww...i understood the reason. gross.
salvador realized today that we don't really have birds over here on the east side. only pigeons.
as soon as we go west the birds begin to sing. but here it's just those lovely winged rats.
life continues to get stranger every day.
i'm just trying to coast along with the ups and downs and enjoy myself a little bit.
i love my new loop station.
was so much more exciting last night - trying to coordinate my feet and hands and voice. felt like i was doing a spastic little dance at certain points in the evening, triggering the loops with my feet while playing the song. i hope to become more graceful sometime in the very near future.
someone i work with at island thought i made a racist comment when i pointed mentioned the japanese people from the last troubadour show. she didn't realize that i was actually talking about people from japan who came specifically for the show. thought i was pointing out the fact that last time there were a bunch of asian people in attendance! hahaha
was a funny moment.
had to explain that they were actually from japan. no, i was not calling out the various ethnicities of my audience.
it is interesting - seems like every show there is at least one group who has flown in from another country.
last night it was canada.
i'm getting very spoiled by my international fans, though....starting to expect it.
don't let me down, guys!
buy your plane tickets now!
a good 8 hour drive from the north of england will suffice.
going to get ready for rehearsal tomorrow.
i can't wait to play with the guys again.
this time it will be bryan on drums, salvador on bass and my friend giorgio on guitar.
giorgio and i have been playing a lot of music together and i want to see how it works with him in the band.
that's all for now.