Night two of the Old Triangle trio of shows went tremendously from the mandolin player's perspective, that's what I'm saying. A whole new crowd of faces. Lots of new folks that came out which was absolutely so lovely to spend the time and share some music. And then some of my really special people came out to make for such a great great time.
No big catastrophes that I can really remember that happened. There was a big glass crash at one point, but I'm sure at least one glass says goodbye on any given evening at the Old Triangle. No one hurt, no one lost their job, no one upset.
Oh from the mandolin player's perspective it was a lovely time. One of those times to hold in your mind to revisit when you're feeling blue. I just love the people. I'm not sure what happens at some of these shows, but so many wonderful people come out, connect with each other, the music probably too, and it seems to become its own thing that is hard to define.
The lights played up a bit though which was kind of funny. I think the guitarist kept stepping on the light controller and changing the frequency and colour of the lights coming at us making us feel a little wacky. Very surprising at times. That's ok, I think we rolled with it the best we could. Could probably work on where the guitarist puts his feet which might improve the situation...
Yep, good Maritime fun. I love it. See yous back at it tonight if yer in Halifax and are inclined to be part of this nonsense.