On Friday, September 28, the Jo Henley boys and I will make our Church Hill Coffeehouse debut. This will be our first show of the fall too, and (not counting a couple of private parties) also our first public performance in about six weeks, which for us feels just short of an eternity. Sometimes you need to take a moment to step back and recharge—or, in our case, savor the summer with travel, backwoods camping, canoe trips, vacations, and, best of all, write new material. So while we were bummed to not hit the stage as often as we usually do, it turned out to be a blessing. We have lots of new material we are super excited about, we have been rehearsing like mad, and firing on all cylinders. We squeezed from summer all we needed. The leaves can change now. We’re ready.
Sure, rowdy bar/club gigs are undeniably fun, but we can’t lie—nothing beats a listening room. To know every note will heard, and therefore every note counts, is what it’s all about. It’s why the guys and I work so hard to hone our craft. The Church Hill Coffeehouse in Norwell, MA, is one of those places. We have a special show planned for the just the occasion. We take the stage at 7:30 sharp, but you should try to get there at 7 and get a good seat. It will be worth it. You don’t want to miss this one, I promise.
See you in Norwell on September 28th!
Andy & JH