Our tours this month through the autumn leaves take in just about the whole gamut of places we perform in, adapting every night to a different hall size and acoustic. We made our way to Westerly, Rhode Island for a concert on Wednesday night and came on to Schenectady today. In Westerly we performed in a converted church. Tonight we were in the 2700 seat Proctor's Theater, opened in 1926, one of the fantastically grand theaters of that era which we perform in from time to time.
It takes a lot of community support and love to safeguard them, and we love to see them so well cared for. Exactly this time last year we were in the magnificently restored Fox in Spokane from the same period. The marquees of these theaters were actually the inspiration for the cover of our new album SOMEONE NEW which is selling like hotcakes every night.