Fog and Flame recap – mostly pictures

It was another cold night February 20, but there was a hardy and friendly crowd at Fog & Flame, entertained not just by us but by a guy taking all kinds of construction debris past the front windows to a dumpster in the alley.

Cold and nasty outside. Warm and folky inside.

Cold and nasty outside. Warm and folky inside.

As I play these songs in different settings, it is interesting to see them jell into little blocks – like the all birds set of crows nest, little birds and ruffled grouse (I didn’t play the raven this time) or the Indiana segment, in sunday morning (fall), mostly corn, anna’s canon in B flat, and grand buffet. OK, I didn’t play those four in a row. But I should sometime.

Mostly corn.

Mostly corn.

Thanks to Jeremy and Audra for bass and backup singing, Anna and Zeke for singing and playing, Fog and Flame for hosting us, and everyone who showed up, sang along, or just smiled on their way by.

Yes, of course, we played little birds.

Yes, of course, we played little birds.

And thanks again to Audra, who isn’t in any of these pictures because she took them.

Next up? Wednesday, March 11, ArtWalk at the Caldwell Consistory, right in the middle of Bloomsburg. There will be art. And music. And much more. It’s free. Stop by!

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