Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Extreme Storms But The Show Goes On

Uh-oh. This is the kind of thing you don't want to see on the weather forecast an hour before your concert.

Here's what the ocean looked like right after school. The waves are sketchy, big, and just plain gnarly. Most of the surfers are home, avoiding death.

Maybe it's better down at Ocean Beach Pier. Whoops! Guess not! Unless you're Jordan Hamann.

Better get out of here!

This poor guy couldn't make it to Black Angus, so he told us we could have his chicken wing appetizers.

Getting there was awesome! Nothing like carrying around your beloved instruments in weather like this!

Although the storm peaked on the way to the restaraunt and we witnessed three grisly accidents along the way, we all made it to the Black Angus on Friars Road and put on a show for the San Diego Children's Coalition. Here's Big Max playing his acoustic steel string:

Max x Max = Max Squared.

Thanks to Clando Brownlee, Jeff Perwin, Julio Deguzman and the great folks from District 37 Kiwanis. The San Diego Children's Coalition is an umbrella group of 50 local children's charities. They do lots of great work and have these meet & greet events once a month at a different location each time. We also met Debi Spindelman who wants us to do her CCC Inclusion Festival in April! Hi Debi -

For more information, please contact:
San Diego Children's Coalition
Jeff Perwin, Chairman

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