BREAKFAST is good, albeit a slightly weird dining room packed with Estonian holidaymakers and spa users.
We pack up and head for the bus station earlier than we’d planned as I need to get to a music shop and buy a short patch lead for plugging my foot stomp. I forgot mine!
It’s a three-hour bus ride to Tartu but it goes in quick and soon we’re at the venue where we’re shown around by Kai. She also takes us to our accommodation upstairs.
We meet our pal Martin for coffee then pick up some supplies – we have a kitchen area etc in our room – and then chill for a while before going downstairs for sound check.
Once we’re done and the merch is set up we nip back upstairs for a quick bite to eat. Margaret goes back to man the merch and I get changed for the show.
We’ve another full house when I kick off my set and have a blast playing a couple of sets to a very enthusiastic audience. Kai has done a great job promoting the show.
Once we’re tidied up we go out for a drink with a bunch of our Tartu friends then wander ’home’ back up the hill.