After performing in Florence I took a train to Pisa. It is the local custom to not look at each other on the train.
International guitarist and rising star Andrea Valeri invited me to come and record with him on his latest CD project (he is very proud of the monument that was erected as a tribute to his first initial). Continue reading →
The next leg of the tour brought me to the northeast of France into the Alsace region on the border or Germany and Switzerland. This is a lush green expanse of mountains and rivers littered with scores of small rustic villages. It is here where Yaouen lives with his family in the shadow of ancient castles and winding rivers.
I recently went with my wife Deirdra on a six-week concert tour in Europe. We began with a transcontinental fight to Paris numbing the boredom with nine hours of non-stop movies.
Deirdra can’t wait to try out her new camera. I believe she spent more time with her camera than with me on the trip!
As Gorilla travellers we like to travel in style, or at least in comfort, so we bring with us on the plane an inflatable back rest called “First Class Sleeper.” It makes your economy seat feel like first class (as long as you don’t mind looking like you are going river rafting upon arrival).
Once in Paris we headed to the Eiffel Tower (Deirdra appears to be balancing it on her nose).