And thus, comes the final chapter of the Worst Pop Band Ever on the Third Worst Tour Ever. They've provided us with some interesting photos, great stories and more than a few laughs! Read on to the final adventures of the WPBE tour!
The Final Countdown….
I finally remembered the multiple exposure option on the La Sardina and so started to play with it while we waited for the Ferry back to the mainland…
And then as we wondered around town looking for more coffee…
The show in Vancouver was great, but perhaps too great for some of us to handle…
We continued through BC and had fun in Salmon Arm and Kelowna and at a high school clinic in Kelowna, were asked about the difficulty of maintaining relationships as professional musicians?!!! WTH? Didn’t have the heart to tell the young lady that this is what we did as professional musicians.
In Calgary we met a real life giant who also happened to do sound. Even the camera seemed freaked out as its back popped off and gave us some cool light bleed.
In Saskatoon we played 3 shows and hung out with family , friends and 3 feet of snow.
Then finally in Banff, when not asked to do Slayer covers, some of us managed to climb a mountain…
Where we spotted the elusive Sasquatch!
And with that …we out
Thanks to everyone at Lomography Canada, the Ontario Arts Council, Long and McQuade Music, Dream Cymbals, PPF House Multimedia and all the folks that came out to support live “jazz” of sorts. You can see more tour exploits on our Facebook or download our music on our website
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