All photos by Kelsey Foster
Thanks to everyone that came out! This was one of my favorite shows ever!
Our dear friend (and our wedding photographer!) Sarah, of Arrow and Apple joined us in Phoenix and took some amazing pics. I think this is one of the most beautiful shots I’ve ever seen from a live concert:
It’s funny, I don’t even remember her taking the pictures. She really knows how to capture a moment without being seen, or distracting from what is happening on stage. Here are a few more:
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In just a few short days this tour will be over. Touring is a very bizarre thing when you dissect certain elements about it. For one, I didn’t really know any of the guys in Canon Blue when I started this tour. I had met Dan once years ago, but had never met Vince or Graham. By the end of this tour, I will have spent more time with these people than I’ve spent with my family and best friends combined for the last year.
There’s another element that also creates an unusual dynamic. I’ve covered thousands of miles with these new friends. And I have only vague recollections of where I’ve been. Do you remember the scene towards the end of Fight Club, where Edward Norton’s days and nights are bleeding together, along the cities he was visiting? “Have I been awake? Have I been asleep?”- that’s very much what touring can feel like. Oddly enough, this has been one of the best times in my life, but the details seem like a fog. I can tell you with some certainty that this is where I am today:
Though now that I look at it, I may have taken this yesterday…
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We’ve been having a great time out on tour these past few days. Today we actually have a day off and are going to drive to my hometown- Lindsborg Kansas. If any of my Lindsborg friends are reading this, please email me today! I’ll be around later on.
I feel like at this point, I should tell you all how amazing the MUTEMATH production team has been to us. Typically, one of the roles of the production team is to keep the opening act from touching anything, and making sure they feel as small as possible. However, the team that MUTEMATH has put together for this tour, seems to be determined to make this the easiest tour we’ve ever been a part of. I truly am amazed every day at the kindness of these guys. So, a HUGE thank you to MUTEMATH and their team for making things so much fun!
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PS. There seems to be a minor issue with my blog archives, and we are on it! Should be up and running again soon.