The tales of my April Italy/Slovenia trip have been interrupted by other pressing posts. Here’s a short photo essay of gig day in Ljubljana where we played one of our most fun shows ever to an adoring crowd.
Ljubljana is a beautiful city and the people are very friendly there.
It seemed that everywhere we went, they were expecting us with open arms.
We ate goulash in a medieval re-enactment restaurant that had been recommended to us. It looked really touristy but the food was actually very good. Goulash is not a very sexy dish to photograph but it was delicious and warmed our bellies on this rainy April day.
The girls autographed copies of our CD for fans who had won a radio contest to get their pictures taken with us. They also won a Nokia phone, courtesy of Mobitel, the Slovenian cellphone company that used our track Lawnmower Boy in a TV commercial.
They looped the commercial on the flat-screens at the club (click image to view, in case you’ve not seen it and are so inclined).
The changing face of Europe: the check-point is no longer manned at the border crossing. We headed back to Italy the next day.