Tour's been great. We're nearly done... tired and ready for our own beds. Friends have been asking how it's been going. Here you go:
In Chicago tomorrow night (11/19), we'll be the slow kid with the perfect three point jump shot.
In Des Moines the following night (11/20), we'll be the greedy business tycoon who learns to love.
In Minneapolis, we were the retired bank robber who's comin' back for one last big score.
In Louisville, we were the feel good hit of the summer.
In Ann Arbor, we were the feisty little neighborhood kid whose crazy idea saves the planet.
In New York City, we were the hooker with a heart of gold.
In Asbury Park, we were the mob boss' psychiatrist.
In Wilmington, we were the intelligent dog sidekick with a whacky sense of humor.
In Asheville, we were the single father who's gonna make it in the big leagues.
In Charlotte, we were the snarky, gay barista who makes obscure cultural references.
In Atlanta, we were the grumpy old man who remembers his childhood fondly.
In Pensacola, we were the gruff-but-lovable cop.
In Austin, we were the spicy mexican gal who's doing things her way.
In OK City, we were America's Girl Next Door.
John Common and Blinding Flashes of Light at Red Rocks.
CAN YOU HEAR ME
by John Common and Blinding Flashes of Light. Directed by David Dyster/Umbrella Brigade.