keskiviikko 23. tammikuuta 2013

Scandinavia: Kemi-Oslo 22.1.

So it's a brand new year, nevertheless the tour will still go on :-) Right now we're on our way towards Oslo and the first of the four scandinavian shows. Driving through the beautiful snowy landscape while the sun shines is actually not a bad working day at all. A bit of white wine helps as well.... the drive is about 1400km 
So for about 24 hours it looks like this:

We're excited to be back out and getting to play some killer shows for you guys....but for the moment it's snow, wine and occasional naps...  actually we forgot all of the keyboard gear back at the warehouse so the morning was spent sorting that out....I'll get my rack and Ax-7 but the piano is a bit too big to howl around
when instead of spending more money on renting a piano for the shows, we decided to go shopping...the band is now  a proud owner of this amazing piano:

It'll be interesting to find out how it will sound through the PA system, interesting and scary at the same 
time. See you at the shows :-)


PS. While we were home, appeareantly Tony's starting to go mad, check this out:
...the dance at the end is killer, cracks me up every time.

2 kommenttia:

  1. Kirjoittaja on poistanut tämän kommentin.

  2. Moro Henkka!

    I was wondering what piano is that? Yamaha P-35? :)

    I just bought a Korg Krome 88 from Deluxe Music Tampere and I think I saw you playing a Korg SV-1 once at a gig, is that right? What do you think about differences between Korg, Yamaha, Roland and other manufactures? Is there any big differences, like something that preclude playing something?

    I'd love to play in a band which plays Sonata's music and something that is close to your style. That's why I'm wondering if the manufacturer matters somehow or is it only about personal opinion. Your playing is always awesome, no matter what brand your using :)

    Thank you for reading this!