phx fmly fest 2013 recap
Friday night I played at PHX FMLY FEST 2013, Phoenix’s second year and my first time performing at the music festival. Aside of Heart has a really neat outdoor stage and old theater seats for the audience. It was a little chilly out, but my instruments mostly stayed in tune and I had a lot of fun playing. The Aside of Heart and Lawn Gnome Books stages were back to back with staggered sets; I shared the 8pm-9pm hour with iji and played this set:
- breathe easy (mandolin)
- trace the constellations (guitar and harmonica)
- ufos (guitar and harmonica)
- all these things (mandolin)
- the eclipsed moon (ukulele)
- just passing by (guitar)
- some sense of purpose (guitar)
PHX FMLY FEST was also a great chance to catch live performances by some of my favorite Arizona bands: Run-On Sunshine (we’ll be playing together in Austin on February 1!), Hug of War, Diners, and Dogbreth. I saw parts of sets by Dylan Pratt (who also performed at Aside of Heart), Emby Alexander, and a number of other incredibly talented bands.
As a bonus, Hug of War, Dogbreth and iji (along with Straight Straws and Vacation Dad) played The Trunk Space the next night for Dogbreth’s Sentimental Health tour kickoff.
Tags: bands, shows
Mussta been fun! Hopefully the NSA will realize you’re completely harmless now and leave you alone! Ha ha!
Haha! Let’s hope so.