So tomorrow I go to Cuba. Big, right? It's big because most people I know don't get to go to Cuba, but it's also big because I'll be playing my horn. This will be my first gig since my Declaration of Independence. It's nice to get things started with such a great gig, but it's a bit anti-climactic too. I mean, it's hard to follow up a week in Cuba with a night at The Rhythm House in Bridgeville, Pa. Don't get me wrong. I'll be happy if The Rhythm House, or any of the clubs around here that like to actually pay people to play music, decides to call me for a gig. But I'm afriad that there aren't that many experiences that compare to what I'll be doing tomorrow. At least not ones that I'll be getting called to do anytime soon.
At any rate, tomorrow will be a good day. Let's hope there are many more to come. If you see me on a stage, whether it's in another country or down the street, you'll know I'm doing just fine. See you at the show.