Just back from a delightful evening sipping champagne on the lawn at the Hidden Villa with Mom & Pop Wags Traveling Circus! Perfect evening, beautiful weather, great farm and my favorite soundtrack...
Set 1: Honey Bee, Lighten Up Your Load, What To Do, Beneath the Blossoms, Don't Think Twice It's Alright, Sings Me a River, Bit by Bit, Well Oiled Machine, Summertime gal
Set 2: Busted in Utah, Rosalie McFall, Stories We Could Tell, Norwegian Wood, Be Kind Boys, Firefly, Copenhagen, Golden Days, Crest
E: Satisfy My Soul
Good times dancing in the grass with every toddler in the zip code. Family friendly does't even begin to cover it! Great day for all the little ones to come out and play.
Didn't get the Butch & Peggy that I wanted but Rosalie McFall was on my short list...the Copenhagen was by request, this guy had been yelling for it since Friday, the band was finally happy to oblige
I dig the dylan covers, Don't think twice was great! Perfect compliment to Friday's tonight I'm staying here with you.
My soul has been satisfied Can't wait to see the pictures and hear the tape, the tapers were out in force!
>>Mom & Pop Wags Traveling Circus!
hehe. twas fun. enjoyed your company as always Em. the band sounded so good.
the kid juggling went better than expected, luckily these kids bounce!
a couple more photos
^^^good thing you were in front of all those dancers with their arms in the air
Emily, who is this "Butter" and why are they following you around?
red rock highway
bacon in the sun..
some hot tail in that there butter crowd...
hot buttered buns....
where is hidden villa, or is that a peninsula secret?
The concert was at Hidden Villa Farm/Nature Reserve in the City of Los Altos Hills. Nice little 'burb in the hills between SF and San Jose.
Free summer concert series there sponsored by the City.
Just occurred to me that we say sound check too...
Gumboots!! Always a favorite and I saw the light!
I want to do it again already, september 8th seems so far away!
Thank you Tapers!
same source will be on the Archive soon as well
Rosalie McFall...always love that tune!