Last Thursday night the First Tee Open Mic was fun and interesting. Although the roster was a bit shorter than usual we had some excellent talent, and some unusual instruments. You just never know what you are going to get at an open mic. Read on...you'll see what I mean.
We kicked off the evening with Jason Hykle.
Jason got some backup from Bruce Ross on Bass
and Keith Craik on fiddle.
Next up Reverend Johnny brought out an
Alvarez Yairi Double Neck Guitar.
Ben Gould took the stage next with his first attempt at
a home-made instrument which was quickly dubbed
the Canjo. It actually sounded pretty good.
Bruce Ross brought us back to the real world after Ben and Johnny.
But it didn't last long....Hunter Nelson started his set
rocking out on a Ukelele.
Hunter brought Rhew Fletcher up to take over the Uke
so he could once again ease us back to normalcy.
The Reverend Doctor Otis Futhermucker wandered in to
The First Tee of a splash of tea, so we brought him up
to play a couple of songs for us.
And we closed down the evening with Lance Johnson playing for us.
As always, it was a fun and entertaining evening, and I'd like to thank everyone for coming out and participating. Open Mic is about people. I couldn't do it without you.