Thank you for having us Madison! We would love to come back when you're not so freezing! Here's some photos from our travels :) Thank you to everyone for coming out to the show! XO - Dia
I had no part in the making of this pathetic snowman. My snowman would probably look something like Butters from South Park. If you ever get me in a good mood, I'll do my Butters impression for you. From what I am told, I'm not all half bad. (P.S. Whoever made this Snowman...sorry...it's not pathetic. I'm sure it was quite awesome when it was at its full peak).
It takes hours to set up a stage. This is us just getting into the venue and looking and analyzing the size of the stage, where the piano should go, the best angle for the amps so that they don't rebound off the walls. But if you think that's a lot of work...man, just wait till you see the Blake Shelton stage and set up. It takes HOURS upon hours to set up the stage, the PA, the lights, the props, etc. The crew wakes up at 7 a.m. or earlier and gets to work, climbing the tall ladders to put up the blue lights, laying out the textured floor, putting up the stairs, the drum riser, the walkway.... And it looks out of this world. The next time you're thinking 50$ is expensive for a ticket....you're paying for a lot with that 50, and it's worth it.
My sister loves learning and exploring new cities. No, my hair didn't get longer...this is her below reading up on the local hits. If you come out to a show, you'll probably see her stage left playing the guitar, piano, synth, drums, percussion. You name it. She has her own blog too and homemade jewelry site. chandlertherobot.com She loves to say hello, so at a show, don't be shy. She's pretty nice...ok, ok, she's really nice.
This is Nick Price, my drummer, below. I've been playing music with him since I was 17. Funny random fact: We (Meg and I) met Nick through a car accident. Meg crashed her car in a grocery store parking lot (Yeah, us Asian drivers. I know, I know...) but then we took the car into Nick's parents' body shop, called Price Auto. Nick was working there and worked on Meg's car. We started talking about music...and....7 years later, here we are. You'll see him on the Shelton tour as well.
Carlo Gimenez (guitar) and Jonathan Snyder (Bass). They play nintendo on the bus for HOURS. Boys.
So, that's us in Madison. Nothing too crazy, but...just wanted to send greeting. Now we're gonna hit the road again! Much love - Dia