We’ve played at the Hartley Historic Mansion in Everett, WA and the Nordic Heritage Museum in Seattle. These kinds of gigs are always quite different as there’s such a mixed crowd. You have the people who know your music there and the people who come because they have a Nordic heritage and want to listen to a Swedish singer. Fortunately no one asked me to play ABBA as one guy that came up to me in the middle of my set on Hawaii. We sold out on all our albums so that was very nice and the audience was so great, really attentive and respectful. It’s such a nice change from bar gigs where there’s always people who talk and don’t care about the music.
Karen Pauley from the radio show Nordic Roots and Branches did an excellent job with the gigs. She was the one who first invited me here last year so I’m happy we could include it in our tour this time! Check ou her radio show here!
A big thank you to all that came to the shows! We had such a great time! Stay tuned for som video clips.
Playing at the Nordic Heritage Museum
The guys made friends with the guy that sold beer!
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Thanks for showing up. I had such a great time playing for you all!
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I had a wonderful time at the concert at the Nordic Museum! Thanks for putting Seattle on your tour schedule!
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