So we've been quarantined because of the pandemic for a couple of weeks now. The Manager has stockpiled plenty of toilet paper and freezer fruit; I don't think we're going anywhere.
The Manager has also been getting ideas, like that we begin a "Front Porch Series" of videos to cheer our FVans during the quarantine. The goal is to learn a new folk/bluegrass/cajun tune each week, record it on our front porch, and post it on our YouTube channel. This is our first Front Porch Series video: "Bonnie Tammie" and "O the Britches." It's a 2-for-1 deal.
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Everything is closing because of the pandemic. Grocery stores are crowded. Private schools are taking extended spring breaks. As we pull up to Salisbury University for our St. Paddy's gig with our heroes, The Folk Heroes, SU students and luggage and cars are everywhere as students leave the campus in a mass exodus.
But nobody would shut down a Folk Heroes vs Folk Villains gig...the showdown must go on.
Pandemic? Not lucky. But we feel lucky to still get to play our gig, eat some fun Irish food, and make music with the Heroes and our friends, like Lilly in the pic below.
Update: We also feel lucky to have played the last official arts event at SU before it closed for the spring. Thank you, SU, for that opportunity. And thanks, as always, Heroes.
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