Thursday, October 30, 2008

Email List!

We're up and running, y'all! If you'd like to be added to our mailing list, please send a message with subject 'Mailing List' to Bittersweet Bluegrass @ gmail (dot) com! Sorry it's all spelled out, but it's to avoid spam-bots! We will only send one or two emails a month, so it won't clutter your inbox. Email us today so you know what fun things are coming your way!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Winter Attire

Somebody dressed warmly for the farmers' market in Provo. I need a coat like Lisa's.

Alpaca Hat

I wish I had a hat like Danielle!

Lauren was very excited about the food at the farmer's market in Provo. This is her "excited" face. She may have to work on that one:)

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Recording days begin again!

Today we started recording some rough takes of a few songs for a demo. We are all ready for Christmas and excited to get some gigs, but need something to pass out to interested parties. So, today we did three songs and had sooo much fun! In the past, we've taken so long to get the foundation of a song and have never really completed a project; but today that changed! It was great!!

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Provo Farmers' Market

We did it again! On Saturday (October 11th), we played another show at the Provo Farmers' Market. If any of you were out during the early afternoon, you're probably thinking, 'why?' Well, we were thinking the same thing. Why were we so excited to play in the cold? Why didn't we wear eskimo-type coats? WHY! Well, besides the freeeeezing, we still had so much fun! Oh, and we've been so lucky to set up next to some REALLY great vendors! The first time we played (I wish I got his name or at least company info) the guy behind us clapped, yee-hawed and complimented us the whole time! He made it way more fun. This time, we were right next to a Belgium hot chocolate vendor - YUMMY! He was way fun, too.

Besides dropping my pick and all of us killing our hands (numb fingers, frets and fat, fat strings DO NOT go together well), I'd do it again. Thanks to Provo Farmers' Market!