Saw you guys at the Tour de Fat in San Fran and you rocked the house. It was great to see and hear you. You were the best show that day! Man, that interpreter guy you hired was pretty awesome, too. He seemed to be having so much fun rockin it out with you guys and the Deaf people I was near, seemed to be amazed. Do you often have your shows accessible to Deaf people?
Steve, who was interpreting for our show, was actually made available to us by the Tour de Fat team from New Belgium Brewery. He goes above and beyond and works with ALL the bands and shows that are a part of Tour de Fat. We were very lucky to have him our sets and we'd love to work with more interpreters down the road!
Wow, wow, wow… Arleigh brings me joy joy joy :-)
Hi Arleigh and 'the fellas'! Just wondered whether you guys get to check out much live music while you're out on your travels, whether between your usual gigs or at the festivals you play... Any thoughts on the best live bands you've come across recently?
And on that subject, apologies to make you jealous but I've just returned from my first ever trip to NYC, and while there I caught the Tedeschi-Trucks Band during their residency at the Beacon. I know you're all big fans - they did not disappoint!
Hope to see you in the UK in 2017!