I took this photo back in 2011 as I was waiting to take the stage for Andrew Peterson’s Behold the Lamb of God. The venue was small, about 600-650 max capacity, but is one cool theater. We did this show for six years,the last being in 2012, and I enjoyed it but all things must come to an end. And I miss it. A lot. But I miss this view almost as much as I miss letting the music and the story flow through me as I played. There is something wonderful about the butterflies in one’s belly and the anticipation of doing something musically and doing it well. And it all starts with one being back stage and waiting. A Side Note: this is my 800th post………Thanks to all who have dropped by and have encouraged me on this Stage as well.~Peace.
2 thoughts on “Back Stage and Waiting”
What instrument(s) did you play in the performance?
Congrats on your 800th post!
Happy Thanksgiving –
To answer your question i will tell you this joke: What do you call people who hang around musicians? Drummers!
Thank you for your comments because they help me press on. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Lindy! ~John