Pete Yorn Concert
Well on Saturday night Ed, Kasey, Kendall and I braved the fog and went to Handford. Why Handford you ask. The great tasting water? No. Superior Dairy? Wrong Again.
Pete Yorn, one of my favs was playing at the Fox theater. We had a little trouble finding the Theater but after asking for directions at the local Rite Aide and yelling out the window of the car for "Pete" we found it. When we were walking in we saw a lady wearing a cowboy hat that said "Pete Yorn." Later we saw that her self-made T-Shirt indicating that this was her 11th time seeing Pete this year. Wow that's dedication.
On our way to our seats I overheard on of the theater's ushers that they only sold 250 tickets (theater holds 1200). Needless to say when the lights went down we moved up to the 2nd row center stage. I had a great time but I felt bad for Pete because he had to tell the crowd to stand up and there were so few people. Still he played some great tunes as well as a cover of "there's a light and it never goes out" by the Smiths and "A friend of the Devil is a friend of mine" by the grateful Dead. The band that he plays with called "minibar" was great especially the bass player. If you don't know who Pete Yorn is please watch this video or look him up on Wikipedia. Oh and guess what he is Jewish!!!
When we saw Pete he was wearing the same hat and red shirt. The shirt and hat looked liked they had took a beating. The shirt had a lot of stains and holes in it.
This video is cute. It reminds me of my favorite Blur Video.