Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Hanson's "Shout It Out" Tour Diary: Part VI

By Taylor Hanson

We've covered a lot of ground on the last stretch of the SIO Tour and had some great shows. During this run I think we officially began to feel the change of season, with the first sign of the changing leaves and a touch of crisp fall air coming down the pike. The artist in me especially loves the change of season, but it is a bittersweet ending to a great summer that has taken us all over the country. One thing that has kept the tour interesting has been throwing in some livestreams for fanclub members only and some for everybody. We especially had a good time with our new friends, A Rocket To The Moon, who are out on the road with us. They joined us on stage for the final encore in Spokane to kick out a ruckus cover of "Long Way To The Top." Peppered into this week's snapshots are a few from the onstage ensemble, as well as various out-the-window landscapes, backstage moments, and a few long-exposure shots from a stop into the studio with our friend John Goodmanson in Seattle. John is working on mixing our epic five-disc DVD set for release this fall. There's a bit of everything in this, I might still be guilty of takig more shots of scenery than humans, but I guess sometimes the scenery is the best part of the journey.

The Road Goes on --Taylor H 

This story was published on Oct. 26, 2010

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