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Caribou Tour Diary: Goodbye, North America

Caribou Tour Diary: Goodbye, North America photo by Dave Evans Check out more great photos and a show review at My Old Kentucky Blog so today (may 4th) would've been my last day with caribou but unfortunately Brad Weber is still out of commission.photo by Dave Evans

Check out more great photos and a show review at My Old Kentucky Blog

so today (may 4th) would've been my last day with caribou but unfortunately Brad Weber is still out of commission. fortunately for me i will going to europe with caribou to finish off their may dates. i couldn't be more excited as i have never played shows outside of north america.

my old band was supposed to do a european tour but we broke up prior to starting the tour. it was a bummer but i am now making up for that by playing probably some of the biggest shows that i will ever play in my life (ATP festival).

the u.s. dates have been absolutely incredible. i think about how incredibly blessed i have been to be a part of this band for this short period of time. it has really helped me re-gain my confidence. after i had to cancel my own tour i was struggling to find out how the hell i would re-coup my losses and start over. being out with caribou has definitely put things into perspective and the advice that i have received from the guys is irreplaceable. i still think of what i would be doing had i not received that phone call or, rather, if my van did not break down and i got an email while on the road.

it might be a little harder for me to update this blog while in europe but i will do my best.

Recent Playlist:
Archie Shepp: Pichin' Can
Cave: Hunt Like Devil/ new songs from upcoming 7"
Tambourine Ensemble
Love: Da Capo
Human Arts Ensemble: Under The Sun
D'Angelo: Voodoo
Erykah Badu: Mamma's Gun
Common: Electric Circus
Amnesty: Free-Your-Mind: The 700 West Sessions

Ahmed
replacement drummer