Originally Posted by Womble
Rick wasn't launching a genuine bid for your gig, he just said he thought it would be a fun one!
I must have missed that part. Yeah, the touring is fun, I definitely enjoy performing and traveling. The rehearsals and pre-production leading up to the shows is real brain surgery though, and we've just begun the process for the upcoming tour.
The good news is, when we start touring in March, the hardest work will be behind us. But that's not to suggest that the shows are a breeze, or that I'm on auto-pilot up there. Nothing could be further from the truth. It's a very intense 2+ hours onstage, and I'm seriously focused on cues, programs, making sure I trigger the right song or sound (keep in mind that I only get one chance at getting it right.) But I eventually become used to the show, and unless I make a mistake, it's fun.