SIRKIS/BIALAS IQ - Spring Tour 2017: Valentine`s Special ;-). Gig Nr. 10 at the Queens Head Inn, Monmouth, UK
Today is a Valentine`s day = the shops are full of stressed men buying chocolates and flowers to their Donnas! Frank did it, Kev did it - Asaf - diddddddidididiiidddiid tschak a booom bash! Hahahah
The weather was horrific :-):
I spotted a little friend planning to jump on Asaf`s back while we were leaving the Hotel...
The cars were stucked in cues to the supermarkets and flower shops - panic alarm - time to buy some hearts!!!!
A Foggy Day....
Knocked out by a thunder:
A special dedication to Frank :-DDD:
Time for some romantic music! 10 h should be enough...
Hearts behind the rainy vail :-).... My funny Valentine - LORRY....
Ok...What do you do when the weather is gray and wet and you`re stuck in the car?
- You play : find the color in the grayness :-))) game, I think I did well:
A happy couple ;-):
Spots of red and green in this grayness...Squeezing...Squeezing...
A running giant! :
Asaf took me to the Jurassic park today :
Then we went to Paris :-D!:
Let`s take this love song to the bridge:
Finally we arrived at the Queen`s head...
Tomorrow we will play a gig at the venue...
We have found a cute, tiny, delicious and natural asian restaurant just round the corner. If you are near - check it out - it`s worth it. No MSG, honest and tasty kitchen - all freshly made...
It was a great dinner...
We had the entire next day to rest and sleep. In the evening we got ready to play at The Queens Head.
A corner for all the book worms...
The venue inside:
I won a golden medal for originality :-DDD:
More fireflies and some other lighting:
Red light district:
Old yellowish photographies...
So here`s the situation :
The sax player and the trumpetplayer trying to liberate a diva :-). The Bassist and the guitarist stay away- as always. The other trumpeter gave up already. The drummer went to practice - hahahaha
The storry of Queens Head! Behind our gear...
And here`s the real story :
The gig was nice, well attended and funny too. The comment of the day from an older gentlemen from the audience : "The afrocuban rhythms didn`t quite jell" - ahahahahah. Arrriva ja rivvvvaaaaa!
The audience that was used to listen to some modern Jazz enjoyed it a lot and bought some CD`s :-)
Good Night Queen`s head!
Many thanks to Neil for having us again and for letting us stay 2 Nights! It was very appreciated!!!
Good night everybody!
See you soon at the beautiful Xposed Club in Cheltencham......
Sylwia & The Sirkis/Bialas IQ