Well, last night Club Hell in Providence Rhode Island had the pleasure of hosting RJA's acoustic cd release. I was told the venue doesn't normally book bands, but the show sold out anyway. It was an awesome turn out, and the crowd was probably the best of the tour so far!
The best part about working small venues like these is everybody who comes to the show gets to meet the entire band after their set. During the show there is a Q and A when a microphone gets passed around the crowd and each person has the opportunity to ask the guys a question. The bill is short at two bands, but it keeps the show short and sweet. You don't get tired by the last act, no body else is sweating on you, and you can still hear while you're driving home.
The new Unplugged and Unaffected cd is available only on the Unplugged and Unaffected Tour right now, and less than a hundred have been distributed. I can see the $5 disc turning into a keepsake just like the original 3 and 6 track Kins and Carroll demos. And since the guys take photos and sign autographs every night on the tour, each copy could be personalized.
Don't you wish all bands were so cool?