Hello everyone, everywhere,
The concert on Friday night at the Hub went just fine. It’s a hard room to play because the sound in there just booms all over, but we had Curtis, an incredible sound man. He got things together for us. We put a few songs from the night out on Facebook. Feel free to follow Soulful Noize, and you’ll see me in action.
Unfortunately, we didn’t get all of the recording that night, so we don’t have a single video of our darling Tina Mah, who had an excellent performance. Luckily we have a few shows coming up, and we won’t lose her next time, for sure. Other than that, it was a great crowd, and people seemed to love the band. But that was then, and now we have other things to look forward to.
Michelle and Dean and some of their family were down at the show, and they loved it. So good on us! Michelle made me cookies today, God love her. This woman takes good care of me.
Anyways, it was back to reality and rehearsal this morning. You listen to what you did and you move on and do it better the next time. That’s all you can do. That’s it.
And now it’s time to close our eyes and our thoughts, if only for a moment…and rest. Follow me if you will, into a little poem I call…
NELSON BIGGAR FACES THE TRUTH
Nelson Biggar is just a man though his ego knows no restrictions.
Live by a motto: If you can’t be the best then why the hell would you do it?
And up a hill he went, his chest puffed, eyes on the ready.
Nelson made it to the top.
He was off his time; a judgement call, you see. Sweat ran down his face, and it fell down his torso.
Nelson Biggar sat on a big rock to reflect.
Closing his eyes, he sighed and bowed to the reality.
He was getting slower.
(NEVER EVER GIVE UP)