Friday April 14 2023

We arrive in Flint, Michigan after a two hour drive.


Loading in and setting up the stage. Plenty of stage hands to help.


We were prepared for terrible water and a place rabid with crime but this is nothing like what we expected. As I walk around the block to the hotel I pass amazing murals on buildings. A local coffee shop called Krema Café provides steampunk Victorian vibes. Sitting down with Rebecca and Rick discussing some religious things. We’ve really gotten to know Rick a lot on this tour – he’s such an all around pleasant and helpful guy.



The Capitol Theatre is one of the more beautiful venues we’ve played – ceiling twinkling with star lights and a blue hue.



There’s some stress at sound check because they wants us to stop right at 5:00 when we’re used to having until 5:30. They call this a union show cause the workers are union – so they need a blacked out stage. This wasn’t advanced so we have to adapt.


I walk up the street to try out a few savory and sweet crepes from this crepe place and it’s perfect.


Then, getting dressed up and show time!


What an amazing energy from the crowd tonight – their roar every time we finish a song was overwhelming but in a good way.



At the meet and greet it’s always nice to talk to the adoring fans. One lady hand painted a bunch of rocks with our logo on it and gave each of us one.


Packing up and settling back into the hotel, which happens to be only two blocks away


No comments: