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Callouses and Christmas shopping

Steve Morse, Cosmo Music Hall, Toronto, Oct 18, 2009; Photo: Nick Soveiko CC-BY-NC-SA

Steve Morse writes in his blog:

Well, it’s been a long time on the road. I’ve been able to use up every minute of every day without ever catching up on all the things I should get done. This tour seems like 2 lifetimes ago that it started, and indeed it’s close to 2 months gone by the time I get home.

Musically, things have been great, we started with a different set list, with a lot of different songs in reserve to change around. Most everybody liked the list that we settled on in the first 2 weeks, so it’s sort of stayed that way. For the first time I can ever remember, I have been able to get online, in some fashion, almost every day, albeit sometimes unfathomably slowly.

Continue reading on SteveMorse.com.



3 Comments to “Callouses and Christmas shopping”:

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    deep lavender says:

    Enjoy reading your blogs, Steve! Merry Christmas to you and your family as well.
    Just curious though: how do you protect your hands from “rough work” back home? Seems to me that one little mishap on the farm could be damaging your work on the fretboard.

  2. 2
    Mindcrime says:

    I’ve always said it: he’s a great guy! It’s a pleasure to read his words…true honest heartfelt words plus some sense of humor which helps to keep feet on earth.

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    Bill The Wizard Pierce says:

    I as well love to read their blogs while on the tour, some interesting reading, and I personally love Steves guitar work! I think he revitalized Purple when they were at a low point and I think his guitar sound fits in nicely with that hammond, especially in songs such as Purpendicular, and Sometimes I feel like Screaming! Cause sometimes we all feel that way! Merry Christmas to everyone

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