Córdoba was amazing. Back in buenos aires.
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Jd soundcheck. Paris club cordoba tonight.
AYAL, our new south american tour drummer
Yesterday, we met a drummer in the hostel and asked if he wanted to join us on stage for tonights show. He was more than thrilled to take part and so we spent a good part of the day rehearsing. While rehearsing, we then met a singer whose voice rivals the likes of the late Whitney Houston. We immediately learned 4 new songs so that we could also bring her up on stage to sing. Also, Daniel provided us with a keyboard for the night, which was huge for us at this point.
The venue, Mo’Bar, is in a really cool spot of the city, and close enough to walk to from where we are at. We packed up the gear and walked there around 10pm for sound check. After we finished setting up, we ate upstairs with Daniel at the roof-top bar. We had a couple hours to kill. Our set didn’t start until about 3am again. The crowd at this place was pretty young and full of college students. They had karaoke going all night before we got on which rocked. I may or may not have gotten up to sing some Michael Jackson. Right as we were about to step back on stage to start, about 20 of our new friends from the hostel showed up together, which was the highlight for us. The show was one of the best received fk shows in a long time. Afterwards, we walked around and handed out cd’s to everyone that we could. This is a great way to meet new people. We met a group of people that invited us to drink some Mate (mah-tay) with them in the park tomorrow. It is a traditional herbal drink of argentina. Can’t wait.
We stayed till the place closed around 6 am and then took a taxi back. It’s pretty early in the morning, I’m heading to sleep.
We played under this jem. Cordoba has the greatest music fans in the world.
Best fk show to date. I’m never leaving south America. — cd
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i’m a child- cd