Playing with Jim last night was a great time. We burned through 3 45-minute sets of old folk and blues songs with a number of my originals thrown into the mix. I even coerced Jim into playing a few of my favorite songs of his in the final set. We parted ways after a couple India Pagan Ales and Burntwood Blacks, knowing we'd be doing it again as soon as our respective schedules allow. If you're up in the north country, Jim plays at the Thirsty Pagan every Wednesday night from 6–9pm. If I lived closer, I'd be there every week.
No more solo shows on the calendar. Back to BEAR business. We're moving into a new rehearsal space in Minneapolis Monday night and we'll begin work on some new songs in preparation for what's shaping up to be a fun fall of rock and roll shows. Our next one is our friend Jeff's cassette tape release show for his band Walter White. That's on August 27th at the Acadia Cafe.
Until then, we'll see you around Minneapolis. Stay tuned for new shows and stuff that's in the works.