Saw the Sydney Opera House
and a foosball sculpture that the guys were playing behind me
and the Pacific Ocean from an East coast
and the world’s steepest railway down Blue Mountains with the fellas
and an Ibis on a dumpster
but I’ve not seen a single kangaroo, koala
or glaring difference in the human condition.
Nailed it! Go go go!!
See how my friends Abigail Baird and Andy Cook are charging hearts:
“When we are on stage and they hand us a microphone and ask us how it feels,
I think of you and I want to say, ‘Call 911, tell’um we are having a fantastic time.’
3) If interested in booking a Buddy Wakefield show, the final leg of the tour runs late January through March 2015 on the U.S. East Coast (Maine all the way down to Florida). Contact email@example.com for information, available dates, and pricing on workshops and performances. There are also dates available in Europe/U.K, late October 2014 through mid-January 2015.
4) There is no such thing as a massive spider in Australia. There is no such thing as a massive spider crawling into the bathroom in Australia. There is no such thing as a massive hand-sized spider crawling into the bathroom in Australia. There is no such thing as a massive hand-sized spider with friends in Australia. There is no such thing as a straight jacket for screamers. There is no….
5) The full list of dates for Europe and Africa have not been released yet (keep checking back!), but the Australia dates are all posted on www.buddywakefield.com/tour-info.
6) I can hardly wait to join up with Anis Mojgani at two of the Australian shows. He’s awesome as peanut butter. The presence of a friend like Anis (or peanut butter, or you) sure helps keep me bright-eyed on the road. Come visit.
In the Winnipeg airport now headed to Saskatoon for the Potash Fringe Festival.
This picture just landed in my inbox from the Picraux brothers in Nebraska.
They attended the Louder Than A Bomb show back in the U.S. and wanted to send some kindness,
encouragement for the long road ahead.
Thank you Artbeat Studio and The Wright Family for making Winnipeg such a success.
5 new T-shirt designs and a tour poster for Riled Up and Wasted On Light - Buddy Wakefield’s 2014-15 World Tour (Skipping Chechnya)
now available on the MERCH page.
All artwork for Riled Up and Wasted On Light by Javier Piñón.
Canucks, let’s eat maple and break the ice.
June through August, I’m there.
Several more dates will be added
(contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in booking a show).
Click HERE to see what we’ve got so far.
Kaylen and I
put 15,000 miles on the tour van
in the last three months
and are downright tuckered for the moment.
Sure delighted to be heading off to a Vipassana course now
to let impermanence do its job.
I’ll be unavailable via phone or email until June 6, 2014.
If you find yourself needing answers regarding a merchandise matter
please contact Houston Hughes at email@example.com.
U.S. organizers, I’ll respond to your email as soon as I return (Danny Oliver is also out of the office).
Please be patient as there is a quick trip to the Winnipeg Spoken Word Festival
through June 10th directly following Vipassana.
Rest assured your email will be received and tended to as soon as we’re able.
Questions regarding shows/festivals already booked,
not to worry,
you can count on me showing up in proper form.
If you have questions about show details, firstname.lastname@example.org can likely give you a good answer.
If this is an emergency, please logout and dial 9-1-1. Tell them I’m having a fantastic time.
P.S. Check out the 2-hour playlist I developed for Altar Ego Radio.
It will air sometime while I’m away.