AK. Jetstar flights. Dodgy. Early (very) morning starts.
Lovely hospitality from the Heartbreakers. Giggles and inappropriateness galore. A small, yet attentive audience lapped up the first night of the Slow Song Revue tour at the Whammy Bar in Auckland NZ last night. Would have loved a hundred more people, it was a fine show indeed.
At the end all four bands took to the stage in some kind of ‘We Are The World’ epic get together, proving that a rabble roused is rabble rousing.
Yet to do a guitar count. But estimating at least 8 between us. Plus mando, banjo, fiddle. All before we start squawking too. Oh gentle harmonies, oh delicious goodness.
Knackeredness. Only day two.
Tonight, Rosy Tin Teacaddy hometown hero parade. Paekakariki calm currently before the Slow Song Revue storm hits the village. Battening down the hatches. Come one, come all.
Come for the finale, like an acoustic juggernaut, ferocious and delicate simultaneously.
Oh blessed good times.