What a weekend!
True to the name the weather was watching, saw we were playing and went "ah hah let there be cats & dogs!"
We drove up to Stockton and the gig was good and people danced; however ... I have to mention one fellow who'd seen us last year at the Wickham Park hotel in Newcastle and joined the mailing list. When he heard we were playing at Stockton he booked himself into a nearby caravan park for the night so that he could come to the gig.
Dude - you are a Dude. Very cool.
Onto tonight at the Bald Rock Hotel in Rozelle ... what can I say but 'thank you' to everyone who came out to see us. You braved the weather, hung around and shook it: Joe, Pat, Val, Lauren, Jane, Tay, Sam (the headbanging-est, finger-clicking-est junior burger of them all) ... I know I've forgotten some names ... next time :)
We-all had a ball - as musicians we dig playing anyway, but to see other people getting up out of their chairs for a boogie, tapping their feet, clicking their fingers and smiling ... well it just makes it even better.
Time of the signs, mess with your mind! Here's Dave setting up for the Dont Get Around Much video clip.
Massive thanks to Charlie, Jeff (Brad Pitt? you'll have to ask Jeff why LOL), Dave and the lads at Boylan Traffic Solutions who helped us out with our first video clip for Nuevo Retro. Read on for some pics and vids from the day of the shoot.
Pete holding up the latest technological innovation in Sticks. A stick that helps to keep a camera stable! Pete here has helped us to build our very own DIY steadicam for our videoclip shoot.
Ok, for some of you reading this, you'll just be shaking your heads going WTF are they up to now. For those folks, dont worry, its for a videoclip where we need some stable movement with camera whilst walking.