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Saturday, August 14, 2010

Hello Cain Park, Cleveland!!!

The beautiful amphitheater where we played today:
Cain Park in Cleveland Heights, Ohio:


I love how many friends we have around the country. It's so awesome.

This story makes me happy. :) This couple got engaged at our last show in Cleveland in March... He got permission from her father during "Angel" and now they are happily married!


And this guy is a journalist who was at the White House Press Correspondents' Dinner when I sang for the President! How cool is that? This is the second person I have run into at a show that was there on one of the biggest nights of my life!


Mark and Janice!!! Some of our greatest Ohio friends!!! We'll see them again in a few days :)


Mike! An old friend from Berklee. Met the wife, saw pics of their little girl. Shows are becoming like my own mini-reunions!


Mayor David Bentkowski - the Mayor of Seven Hills, Ohio. Mayor David is such a fun guy and we are gonna get to hang out with him and his wife more in Put-in-Bay next week. Nothing like looking out and seeing the Mayor of a neighboring town sitting in the FRONT ROW! Plus, he helped promote BIG TIME for us!


I think they should just take the "Berklee Alum" part off of mine and just stick on Paula Cole's for tomorrow night. :)



Joel did an amazing job on his first show! We all had crazy technical difficulties but I don't think anyone else but us would have known... well except for when I ripped my earring out during "Sound of Goodbye" But that wasn't a technical difficulty - that was just funny. :)

We played TWO BRAND NEW SONGS tonight. That makes me very happy :)

Peace. Love. Fiddle.
~natalie

1 Comments:

Blogger Natalie's Favorite Farm Boy Fan : ) said...

Hay : )

I look forward to you working with David again !! I hope you and David will also get into film and video and Sundance competitions. Dude is a creative David and David is a creative and often funny dude : )

My Greek cousin Calliope also plays the Calliope and she would like to audition for you because the Circus biz is having an eeeee-conomic downturn.

She has a great resume because she was the muse of heroic poetry and the inspiration for the Iliad and the Odyssey.

BUT ... In spite of the great attraction men have for her in the Odyssey she ain't nearly as purty as you !!

If you'd like to book her please call the call the Shady Grove Jail, cause they also booked her this weekend after some of the Yocals complained that her playing had the roosters thinking they were wild circus animals : )

August 14, 2010 at 11:38 AM  

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