we played a tiny german town called rosenheim a few days ago
they cooked us vegan chili exploding out of nice homemade bread in the shape of a cone sort of
get it? volcano!
very clever chefs and the funnest crowd we've played for yet
bridging the gap between city slickers and small townies
kind of like the first thanksgiving
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Last night we played in Oslo. I (aaron) got to meet some distant relatives....we link up 6 generations ago so its pretty distant, but it was nice meeting some extended family, especially because they were super nice and interesting folks. One of my older distant relatives who understandably prefers New Orleans jazz to our kind of music was still nice enough to come to the show, so we played Performance Evaluation Shuffle cause that's the closest we got.
Its a good time of year to be in Norway, tall slender trees, at different stages in their green to orange transition, tightly packed across long rolling landscapes and up to the very edge of the shore small steep hill islands. Saw some incredibly bright red ivy, and also some Christmas palm trees....very tall trunks with nothing on them until the very top where there's a small evergreen Christmas tree. If Corona advertises in Norway they should have some dude drinking in a hammock between two of those trees. Which reminds me of limes. At the Oslo show all three of us nailed our heads on the overhead hanging PA speakers, so the promoter ducktaped limes hanging from the speaker so we'd see them. And then I still hit my head again another time in spite of the limes.