Beautiful countryside while on a walk before my show at Cafe Trianon in Nijemegen, NL.
The audience at Cafe Trianon saying hello!
The fabulous audience at Crossroads Radio Sessions in Bergen op Zoom, NL.
More countryside driving but now in Germany!
Driving to Belgium from Germany you see nuclear power plants and windmills everywhere!
Hello from the Cafe de Muzikant in Neerkant, NL. The family history of this wonderful cafe goes back to the 1800's. Thank you Jos!
Looking out on Netherland's Delta.
Coffee with De Perk owner, Lenno before making our way to Breda, NL.
Sporting the color of the day and there will be enough beer at the 't Thuis before our show. 10,000 people at this event and all wearing orange!
An AMAZING show at Cafe Mojo (thank you David) and all our wonderful smiling audience members.
Yellow flowers for miles and miles as we head into south east Germany. We later found out they are used to make biodiesel
Bye bye Gospersgrün and thank you thank you Mario and Conny! Now a 6 hour drive back to the Netherlands to play two shows in one day.....
Ramble on Tuesday's fabulous host in action, Eric Devries.
Happy to be in the back seat and not driving! Thank you Theo!
Hanging out post show with my cohorts, Sean Taylor (UK) and Little Birdie (Canada).
Hello from Kantine in Quackenbrück, DE where the sun was shining for the first time this tour and I got to have amazing mojitos and learn about bicycle powered sound systems!
Walking through an amazing forest in farm country in Eindhoven, NL.
Now with the Lonesome Lovers!!!!
Walsoorden, NL is a hard place to find, but look at all the sweet people there to welcome you when you do! If you need directions, just ask the nice man on the bicycle riding by because your GPS will not be able to get you there.
Queen's Day in Breda, NL!
Dave, Rob and I with our host, Marco Geene after our radio show at Omroep Zuidplas outside of Rotterdam, NL.
Back to Germany for a show at the beautiful wine bar, Kult+Genuss in Mönchengladbach. Thank you Werner!
Dave in the driver's seat and Rob navigating Germany's autobahn.
Hanging out before the show at the Kutscherstube (Coachman's House), a 300 year old stable that has now been renovated into a place for events, horse back riding lessons and place that absolutely blew our minds.