Sarina Suno Quartet @ Thailand Cafe

Sarina Suno

It's the fun gig with Sarina & Hara's band again at Thailand Cafe. Some misadventure had happened for the first time. It was a full-house when we started playing but after we started, the customers kept leaving and the house becomes almost empty when we finished the first set. Ooohhhhh, Noooooo!! That was not our fault, right? Right?

We have been playing in here for a while but it was the first time that this kind of thing had happened. If there is a reason for it, I want to find out.
Hara Garacci

His birthday is tomorrow. Congratulations Brother!



The humidity in New York and Boston is not as bad as Japan which is right in the raining season, but is quite high lately. The most of our musical instruments are made of wood and the humidity really affects the sound of them for the worse. The volume drops way down to begin with, treble tone is perished, the pitch becomes hard to hear and 10-thousand-dollar instruments sound like 500-bucks instruments. It's just a terrible season for musicians. My violinist friend is hanging his violin right on top of a dehumidifier 24/7. Now I remember that there was a raining season in Australia in Winter, which is right about now because the country is on South Hemisphere. Because of the fact we have so much rain for at least three months, sometimes you'll see mold on your instruments. That was a bloody disaster.

Come to think of it, I think I'm in a lot better situation than my friends in Japan or my mates in Australia. For some reason, I feel a lot better. Hey friends and mates in over there, do your best. I don't know what you can do though. Remember, while you guys are struggling, I'll be in New York and enjoying the nice weather. HA-HA-HA-HA.


No comments:

Instagram feed!

Instagram Map!