Tuesday night’s performance at the SOhO in Santa Barbara was a gas and we had a wonderful time!
In Vegas one of the local guys, who also makes some very groovy guitars, sold me a Line6 Shortboard, and at the SOhO I used the built-in Wah pedal for the first time – on Sao Paulo. The combo of playing the electric guitar with my fingers instead of a pick and using the Wah made for a lot of tonal variety. Add to that the serious groove Jon, Dave and Stephen were laying down and…
After our performance a couple of friends took me to Roy for a late night snack and conversation until way past midnight.
I still forget to carry my own cup to a cafe about half of the time…
Also recommended: I enjoyed coffee at Java Jones on State Street, and on wednesday evening I had a tasty Mojito at Café Buenos Aires. They also had a nice Tango trio (bandoneon, violin and upright bass) playing on their patio.
Your new Wah on “Sao Paulo” at SOhO the other night coupled with the grove the guys were laying down was, in a word – Yummy. The entire night was divine – we loved it all.
Speaking of “yummy” — We hope that next time you come to Santa Barbara, if you’ve not already taken in the experience of the unsurpasable food and unique proprietors of the – ALL ORGANIC – restaurant “SpiritLand Bistro” on 230 West Victoria Street in Santa Barbara, that you will treat your beings to it. We sense you will forever treasure the experience. (note: “SpiritLand Bistro” knows nothing of me sharing this with you.) THANK YOU very much for your soul soothing performance on June 13th – it did us some much needed good. Happy trails to you all.