The Brimstone Days


Thank you Hörby!
May 19, 2010, 6:58 am
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Hello The Brimstone Family & thank you Hörby!

Yesterdays gig in Hörby was great! The sun was out, the sound was really good and the Hörby people had their smiles on. We arrived and Jonas that was responsible for the rock stage welcomed us. During soundcheck we attracted a little group of people, the wah intro on confusion is quite the attention magnet, that helped us make more people qurious. When we started the gig there were 20-30 people in the audience but as we played, more and more people gathered around and when we where done the whole area was crowded. 🙂

A minor incident, well actually major, was just before the solo in Get in line I managed to snap a string!!!! Luckily I’m in a band with to rock-solid pillars Johannes and Hampus. They kept on jamming while I changed the string and introduced the band. I thank my lucky star that I’m in the band with them! Except for that incident it went really good and we were happy. Afterwards we talked to some really cool people and It might lead to some more gigs. So all in all we are vefy satisfied with our trip to Hörby!

Now we are looking ahead though, to Kalmarnation on thursday and the warm-up for Lundakarnevalen. We are excited about playing in Lund again, it’s always nice to play at the student pubs there is always a good vibe to it! Hopefully there will be even more people than last time.

Check out our Facebook event for more details.

Take care and we hope to see you tomorrow!

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