Done But Never Finished
I can say beyond a doubt that was the best run of shows we've had in Western Canada! The shows in the Yukon were incredible and the turnouts were stellar! So many familiar faces, even a few surprise ones, interspersed with beautiful new faces. The love the band was shown not just at the last few shows but at all of them was truly affirming. The pandemic has been hard on everyone and it was great to get out and share our music again and bring the Road Warriors tour to rest finally!
Whitehorse, Dawson City, and Prince George have long had a place in the hearts of myself and Chris and we couldn't wait to show off Megan and Max to the good people. There's something about doing 2-3 hour shows that I've always loved even if it has its challenges. The longer shows allow us to play a deeper selection of our catalogue and its always awesome seeing peoples connection to the older material even if the new stuff is more exciting to play.
We made it through most of the tour with no vehicle problems and just when it seemed we would make it all the way home we discovered a leak in our lower rad hose. Luckily we were able to order a replacement part to pick up in Prince George and the Lordco was right across the street from the venue. After the show group of fans stayed to hang out and an enthusiastically mechanically inclined fan helped Chris change out the hose. After the hose was changed we were able to head out on the road home with little worry.
Thank you to everyone who came out to a show, helped us along the way and have supported us through the years. With this tour we put to rest the support effort for 'On The Hunt' but never fear there is something big coming, and its very close to being announced! Already things are being lined up for the end of the year and we are starting to plan out what our next year is going to look like. Make sure to keep an eye out for the upcoming announcements!
Keep it Steel,