And, of course, we went to the Furthur show at the Adams Center! What an utterly outstanding and intimate show that was! The best of the four nights we saw on the Megavacation I think. They opened with the song Mississippi Half-Step which I had been dying to hear at every other Futhur show I've been to. I'd given up on it. "Oh, they're never going to play it...." And then they did. I was dancing too wildly and hurt my poor arthritic back during the keyboard solo in Sugaree, but I got over it and it was totally worth it anyways. I also traded or sold all eleven of the posters I made for the concert. You can hear the whole concert for free on Archive if you are interested, just follow the link.
|This photo, as the copyright clearly states, is not mine. However, I AM in it! Mostly you can spot Matt (with his bucket hat cover in patches, on the bottom left), but I am the woman with the backpack to his side (go figure, I know!). We were talking to our buddies before heading into the show. The photo was posted on the Furthur facebook page after the show. Pretty cool I thought. Thanks Dylan Carney!|
|It is always too dark to really take photos at Furthur shows. They aren't the spotlight types.|