Another day of the Southern Exposure is in the books!
Well, it’s 5 a.m., and we have all finally settled into our resting places for the evening after a long, traffic filled, but rewarding day in Wilmington, Delaware.
We just finished our first gig of tour at Silvana in NYC and it was a fun experience. After a trailer fiasco, switching vehicles, and packing/unpacking everything repeatedly, we have officially begun our tour! Today, we took a journey to NYC for a little adventure in parking, but once we finally found an ideal spot, and then moved again… we were good to go.
It’s hard to believe that after six long months of planning and preparation, we have finally made it to the final countdown! As I am in my basement repainting the merch display, I pray that I remembered to pack everything. Our new shirts (printed at Lehigh Valley Apparel Creations) are ready to go, our Folklore EP (Produced/Mixed/Mastered by Kevin Soffera of Hybrid Studios) and stickers just arrived, our host gifts provided by Tolino Vineyards are boxed up, and I hope I have enough clothes to last me the next two weeks.
Our May-riffic weekend continued into Sunday, with variety being the theme of the day. Sunday’s lineup ran the gamut of rock and roll, providing a little something for everyone.