2017 Is The Year!

I hope this new year is treating you wonderfully as we move into the month of February...already! Of course we are in the height of season here in SWFL and just glancing at my schedule makes me exhausted. Of course this is totally self-inflicted exhaustion. But I do have to say that to me, there is not much else as rewarding as playing music. I appreciate everyone who listens and it electrifies me to gigantic proportions! What a gift. 

So my schedule for February includes LOTS of public gigs for you to come and join me at. First, I'll be starting off the month at Space 39. I'm insanely excited to be back there for some Hump Day shenanigans. In case you forgot, I play EVERY Wednesday there for three whopping years. Those were some of my most favorite musical times, and so why not do it again!? Hopefully you can join. If not, there's tons of other dates here for you. 

Also, stay tuned for new music and videos! 2017 is the year my friends!

2 comments

  • Lance

    Lance Naples Fl

    I attended your performance -Saturday at Paradise Wine. Some observations... 1. At times, your drummer would hit the drum so loud that it drowned out all the music and your voice. 2. The volume of your voice would rise and fall on what seems like your distance from the mike. As a result your singing would go from ok to barely hearing you. ...I wonder if a headset mike that would position the mike at a fixed distance from your mouth would be worth trying. 3. Your mike volume.... I would recommend that you place one of your musician's in the audience to help better set the volume settings between the instruments and the vocals. 4. Song list... I wonder if there are not songs that would better suit your voice and showcase your voice talent. Clearly some songs seemed better suited for your voice than others.

    I attended your performance -Saturday at Paradise Wine. Some observations... 1. At times, your drummer would hit the drum so loud that it drowned out all the music and your voice. 2. The volume of your voice would rise and fall on what seems like your distance from the mike. As a result your singing would go from ok to barely hearing you. ...I wonder if a headset mike that would position the mike at a fixed distance from your mouth would be worth trying. 3. Your mike volume.... I would recommend that you place one of your musician's in the audience to help better set the volume settings between the instruments and the vocals. 4. Song list... I wonder if there are not songs that would better suit your voice and showcase your voice talent. Clearly some songs seemed better suited for your voice than others.

  • Sarah Hadeka

    Sarah Hadeka

    Hey Lance! Thanks so much for your feedback. I appreciate all of it. The drummer was actually a fill-in as our regular guy fell ill at the last minute. The vocal volume I will definitely bring up to my sound guy. I usually wear in-ear monitors to tell how the volume is, and they stopped working mid-show. That was fun. Also, if you have any suggestions on songs, let me know. :)

    Hey Lance! Thanks so much for your feedback. I appreciate all of it. The drummer was actually a fill-in as our regular guy fell ill at the last minute. The vocal volume I will definitely bring up to my sound guy. I usually wear in-ear monitors to tell how the volume is, and they stopped working mid-show. That was fun. Also, if you have any suggestions on songs, let me know. smile

Add comment