Ashland, OR –
I’ve been a part of twenty screenings of Loyalty in the last twenty-seven days. It feels good. The work has gone well and people seem to be enjoying the production. That is all I can ask for. In the past, the first month of tour was always stressful. It still is. But not like it used to be years ago. I must just gauge things differently. That is a good thing. It means I can push myself harder than I used to feel that pinch. That is when you get the best work done, when you feel pressure. Without it, life can seem pretty dead.
I’m sitting in a cafe in Ashland, OR right now. The weather is perfect. It is sunny and warm, the perfect temperature for light cloths. I’m not ready to suit up in winter gear yet. I love skiing and snow, but dislike feeling frozen. Sleeping in the van in the winter isn’t always pleasant either. It especially isn’t when the temperatures are super low. But as long as I’m thinking ahead I don’t mind it at all.
I want to thank all of you who have spent the time to come out to one of my screenings. I truly appreciate your time and interest.
I’m heading into a few days off. Alex Paul and I are going to be playing a few music shows around Oregon. I couldn’t be more excited. Check out the tour page and see if I’ll be nearby. I would love to see and/or meet you.
I don’t have much time, but I wanted to be sure to check in. I’ll focus on finding some time over the Halloween weekend to write some more about the tour thus far.
Thanks for checking in