Bay Bridge traffic was horrible, so we were a little late for set up, but early enough where we got the equipment set up just fine. This show also marked the debut of Cold Planet's new singer Chris (after an acoustic teaser at The Bistro in Hayward a few weeks ago). Cold Planet is Michael Burke's high energy Rock band. Michael plays in Janeen's band as well. Since Cold Planet went first and Janeen second, we were able to share some of the equipment, including my trusty old Peavy TKO bass amp:
|My old, trusty Peavey TKO, who sleeps no longer!|
|L-R: JD (bs), Chris (voice), Scott (dr) & Michael (gtr)|
After the opening set, Janeen and band took the stage. My fingers were cold! I should have warmed up a little while waiting for the set to begin. We played a great, fun set, if a little too short. My fingers were beginning to warm up when the set was over! The crowd was great and some got up to dance! This show marked the San Francisco debut of an unreleased Janeen song called "If You Love Someone". I really enjoy playing this song since I came up with a really cool bass line for it. Here's a video of the performance. Too bad the bass is pretty much inaudible, but it's a great song. I hope I get to properly record it someday:
The show also marked the San Francisco debut of the full band performance of Muse's "Super Massive Black Hole". Again, I think I have a pretty cool bass run at one point during the song, but you can't really hear it:
Have you been at a Janeen Leah band performance? Where else would you like us to play?
|L-R: Alfredo (bs), Mike (gtr), Janeen (voice), Art (dr) & Michael (gtr)|