Wow, what a blast I had jamming with 4lb Hammer in Stoney Creek at Mustang's Big Ol' Grill... I was contacted by drummer Colin Connors who had this opportunity to play this restaurant/pub for the first time (they don't normally have Country bands) and it was amazing!
On the gig (L-R):
Chris Mancini (bass), Me, George Belmore (guitar), and Colin Connors (drums).
There were plenty of "props" in the area, so I grabbed a random sombrero and put it on Chris' head - he didn't seem to mind. LOL.
Our little corner "stage".
The place was pretty full of patrons...
Our bartender Lucas treated us like kings...
Another silly hat shot... Chris is so funny.
They put on quite a spread of food: Wings, Ribs, flat fries, salad, etc.... very nice and tasty!
I hope they have us back.. this was an incredible gig... thanks Mustangs!
For those of you who scrolled all the way to the end, here is a bonus pic. After the gig at Mustangs Colin (drummer) and I chilled out back at his house. He has some incredibly cool collections, including Beatles memorbelia like framed sketches by John Lennon, walls and walls of vinyl albums (we listened to some until 5am), and this very humourous book was proudly displayed on his mantle featuring our bass player of the evening Chris Mancini. Too funny... enjoy!