This has been one of the busiest stretches I've had playing live music. Wednesday, I played in both the Gatsby's and O'Toole's open stages. Thursday, I performed with Rachel Karryn and my son Nick Barr at Zapata's. Friday was another solo gig at O'Toole's, where I had Nick, my dad, and others help me out on stage. Saturday was a very unique event, as me and 19 other musicians stormed Easton Town Centre to play original songs for two hours. Rain forced us all inside, but there
Tonight, my dad and son joined me on stage at Gatsby's. Our set list: "P.S. I Love You"
"Fast Freight" Nick sat out the first one, since our scheduled practice session last weekend was halted due to weather. Dad and I had an interesting moment in the middle of it when we lost our place, but brought it back around pretty well. Then Nick joined us on bass, and we were very solid. It was great to have three generations performing at once, something I never tho
Sure, I keep count. Why not? I had fun at Gatsby's again, starting with a couple originals. "Just To Hang (Around With Me)" and "She's Over It" are played back to back, as the two songs compliment each other. I'd never played the latter, as it's a gentler tune, and those tend to put folks to sleep. But I can't be peppy all the time. The real fun was when Gabrielle joined me for The Who's "A Quick One While He's Away". We'd done this together once before, but hadn't been as pr