I’m not posting all my gigs here, but only when I feel it could be fun to do so :) At my former blogsite, I sorted the posts old —> recent, so the cronology was somewhat correct. This feature is unfortunately not available with WP. So, please ignore the collateral damage that have appeared, by importing the old post, to this blog (only the first 13 pages). All photos are by me, unless otherwise mentioned. Use the navigation at the side of this page to skip forward or backward in time. So, here we go…
So this was a special one …
I was invited to come to Washington D.C., to play at the annual “Psychotherapy Networker Symposium”, for my good friend, and former teacher Jakob Rostbøll. He had been playing this gig for the past 25 years, and wanted to see, how it would work out with me as the drummer, and him as the musical director … It went well :) Good band, and good music! With more than 4000 people attending the symposium, we had a blast!
Besides me, the band members were:
Pete Smith: guitar
David Restivo: piano
Adam Armstrong: bass
2 days of rehearsal in New York, and then a very slippery drive, down to Washington D.C.
Luckily, this event coincided with “the March for our lives”. So we were able to go there, and participate in this important event. Close to one million people, protesting against the current ridiculous gun rules.
It felt, as if the trip was over before it began – but this was a very special – good – one!
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