The guys just wrapped up three absolutely amazing shows in California. They kicked things off in Los Angeles with a bang, joined on stage by Ziggy Marley and Toots Hibbert (of Toots and the Maytals)! This show was also a benefit for the Playing For Change Foundation, and was hosted by Whitney Kroenke, Mark Johnson, and Norman Lear! The occasion was too great an opportunity to pass up, so we filmed the whole event, and are looking forward to sharing it with the PFC family– just as soon as Jonathan Walls has time to edit it all, that is. I had a great view of all the action from the pit, and am still sorting pictures. I am looking forward to having some time do so so on the long bus ride north to Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, and will add them to our flickr page as soon as I finish.
The band followed up their performance in Los Angeles with a pair of shows in Anaheim and San Francisco that had everyone smiling, dancing and hugging the night away. After a month on the road the guys have never sounded better. Spirits are high, the music is amazing, and we cannot wait to share it with a few more cities before it’s all over (for now!).
Next stop, Portland!
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