Don’t ever underestimate the magic of a great cup of coffee, good tunes, and gentle closing of day.
Also, don’t forget a cronut.
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Oh my – I can’t believe we’re in the home stretch of the Reese Galido Kickstarter already! I just wanted to take a second to send my thanks out to everyone out there on the interwebs. Your continued support makes my every day that much more incredible.
Here is a song that will appear on the new album that hearkens back to all the songs that I grew up on. Enjoy!
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Oh it’s not summer until we’ve played at Claiborne & Churchill’s “Sips and Songs” series. The Reese Galido Trio was happy to come back and spend some time playing for an awesome audience and enjoying a Gewürztraminer on a warm summer afternoon. One my favorite parts about this winery is that their tasting room is actually a super energy efficient Straw-bale building. Definitely duck in there whenever you’re in Edna Valley.
Here’s a shot of us picking out wines to take home with us in the aforementioned structure:
Apparently there was a reckoning that went down with Reese and Mike C. by the end of the night but it should be noted that no band members were injured during the taking of this picture.
Until next time!
Oh friends, the day has come! I’ve begun production on a brand new album right here on the lovely central coast of California. I’m excited to share new tunes with you and I’m hoping you will be a part of it!
Kickstart the Reese Galido Kickstarter here: http://www.kickstarter.com/
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As always, thank you for supporting me thus far. I hope you know how much I love and appreciate you all and how much I enjoy sharing my music with you. Hope to hear from you soon!
My thanks to the American Cancer Society and Chicago (yes, Chicago the Band) for such a memorable night. Also a big shout to Jason Scheff for telling me to go for it at the very end of the song. I don’t need much encouragement but it was nice to know I had some serious backup on stage.
It’s not everyday you get to meet and create music with a band you’ve been listening to your whole life. From back in the days of my high school Jazz Combo, playing 25 or 6 to 4 for all the band parents to singing on stage with Chicago in front of a sold out crowd. Definitely a dream come true
It was a beautiful night and definitely an experience that will go down in the history books.