almost mud pie, we were
Potential mountain-side careening was a pretty common theme of my trip to CO to see the RR show. It was an amazing trip, and I'm glad it was your show that precipitated it! Definitely looking forward to our next RR show and will keep these W/W places in mind for our next trip out!
I know that I am pretty late to commenting here - such is life sometimes, but I am still here! Just wanted to say that my worlds collided when you wrote about your Jeep adventure! I am so glad that you enjoyed it despite it being so scary! 10/10 is high! Guster has been my favorite band for 2/3 of its existence and half of mine (there is a math problem for you) and I am the Greg whose literal dreams about hanging out with the band you sang about at the Nashville show last year. In the last five years, I have also become an avid Jeeper and know of the offroad destination that Ouray is. I live near Atlanta and have become friends with Joe P, who is waiting for the pandemic to die down before trying an offroad Jeep trip with me. Anyway, the offer is extended to you should you have time in Atlanta and want to learn the difference between offroading in Ouray and the southeast. Regardless, congrats on such a great show at red rocks. The livestream was great for those of us who could not make the trip. Keep up all of the weird and wonderful everythings.
The Red Rocks Show was absolutely stellar! Like the comment by the other Cindy, I am still in awe of it. We just happened to have seats by the soundstage, so when I saw the mic up on the mini-stage there, I knew we were in for a treat. So, I was just to stage left of you (I wasn't the girl who grabbed your hand) but I was right there, so it was amazing! Thanks for a very special evening that won't be forgotten!
Hello! I'm still in awe of your show at Red Rocks. Greatest live show we have ever seen! Any news or change of plans for your show in Brooklyn? Have tix to that as well :)
Thank you for an incredibly beautiful and memorable evening last Sunday ~ Cindy