Thanks to Clando Brownlee and Jeff Perwin from the San Diego Children's Coalition for having us perform at their meeting. It was great. Max, Max, Valentine and Alex all played and sang - Alex played amazing solo jazz guitar and jammed with us for the first time in our encore. Valentine actually met a lady named Valentine so at one point it was Max, Max, Valentine & Valentine!
The 94th Aero Squadron is a WW1-themed restaurant, which is strange because that's exactly what we're studying in History Class right now. Here I am warming up...
...just about ready to play...
They put us in this nice gazebo outside, it was just light enough to read our songsheets but too dark for the audience to see us messing up.
A LOT of people showed up, it was held outside on the back patio, a nice cool San Diego night, firepit roaring, lots of appetizers, everybody had fun! Lots of politicians here, we had to keep them away from the microphone!
And an added bonus - how many musicians does it take to set up a music stand? Answer; Four. One's late, one is busy tuning up, one actually sets it up and the other only plays bass.
For more information, please contact:
San Diego Children's Coalition
Jeff Perwin, Chairman