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Show's Over

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I’m not going to write too much about the concert tonight since I wrote an entry over on matthewgood.org about it. But it was a lot of fun, and it was great to see Matt off on the first show of his tour. Not only was the concert really fantastic (thanks to the long set Matt put in, as well as Courtney Jones, who put on a great opening set). The crowd was really receptive, and I think Matt’s got a great two weeks ahead of him. Here are a few shots from the show: I have a few movies […]

Seattle

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John and I made it. I was pounding back caffeine most of the way which meant I had to pee a lot, but we’re at the Holiday Inn now (yes, very classy I know), having a liquid dinner in the hotel. We’ll be heading down to the Tractor Tavern in about 90 minutes to catch the show. I’m charging the camera now, so hopefully I’ll grab a few shots. Also, just checked the official website. The only musician to have a sell-out at the Tractor Travern this month:

Tired, But Heading South

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I’m leaving in just a little while to make the trek south of the border. Tonight is Matthew Good’s show down at the Tractor Tavern in Seattle, and John and I decided we’d go and listen to Matt, all while enjoying a few drinks away from home. Unfortunately, I haven’t slept well all week, and last night didn’t manage to close my eyes until almost 6am. When my alarm woke me up at around 9am, I was exhausted. So right now, I’m completely running on caffeinated fumes. I’ll be fine for the drive, but I’m worried about making it a […]

The Tour Begins

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This Friday, Matthew Good will be hitting Seattle for the first show of his US tour. In just a little over two weeks, Matt will bounce across most of the continental United States, hitting such places San Francisco, Austin (for South by Southwest), Boston and New York City. Matthew Good @ Massey Hall, photo by Phil I had tickets to go see Matt play at the second show of his last Canadian tour, but ended up connected to a bunch of tubes at St. Paul’s Hospital instead (thankfully I managed to make it out to Toronto for a show instead). […]