Rainy evening back to one our regular gigs (about 4 per year) at Apple Annie's Restaurant and Pub in Florence, SC. About a ninety minute drive from my house, but we always have great crowds, and good food. Every time we play here, they spell the name with different letters. We were told that this is part of the staff's schtick. This time we were only short one vowel. It's a later start than some, so we are treated to whatever we want to eat from their great menu. I opted for Hotyaki chicken with sautéed mushrooms, bacon, diced tomatoes and blue cheese crumbles in a garlic herb wrap! Awesome and filling. The setup dance is well underway. I take a moment to pose with Lou, our sound man for the evening. The couple that he is seated with are celebrating their 16th wedding anniversary. Tracy taught him to play drums and now they live about three hours away, but wanted to spend their anniversary with us. Lou making sure his iPad is ready to mix or with playing Candy Crush Who's on top tonight ? Angles and bass rigs go together. Little concerned that voltage is only 111, but would have been more worried if it said 911. And so our story begins...… Tuning and stuff before they take the house lights down. I figure I might as well take a quick picture until the bass comes in And a shot taken by our friends of the band. I think I'm distracted by Candy Crush.... A very good night for us. Always a nice crowd and decent paying gig. We don't come back here until December, but a busy summer is on tap. Keep it low bros !