The Last Show

It’s interesting how things come full circle.

The last show I played as the drummer for Communist Bakesale was Saturday night in Shepherdstown, WV at the Mecklenberg Inn. It reminded me a little of the Tabard Inn in Dupont. Only more small town. So Shepardstown was so cute. It reminded me of a tiny old New England town that was 2 blocks long.

So the show was great and a bunch of locals came out. David was a trooper coming all the way out there with me. The dynamics were incredible. The tempos were fixed yet had feel. I was pretty proud of the tempos. If anyone ever hears the show, it’s something you notice. At least I do. There was a little sadness on my part, as it was my last show, but at the same time there was a lot of optimism in the music. It was nice and a great way to go out. On good terms. I like it that way. Definately times to be proud of.

Oh and a dude there noticed I put a tom on my kit. Usually I get the typical, “Man, you play a weird kit.” It’s nice when people notice the details.

So if you heard our first show and our last show it would make sense to you. What would make sense, you might ask? Well, that’s just it.

Pictures here.

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