One of the most requested items on the survey I posted last week was Life On the Road, the series that chronicles bits and pieces of my fiance Robbie's career. Robbie works as the Stage Manager for a band which keeps him (you guessed it) on the road, for a total of six months a year. In the survey comments, a few of you also asked if this series was still happening, since it's been a while since our last post. The answer is yes - it's absolutely still happening! Robbie has actually been home for the past month (a small miracle!), and we've been trying to take advantage of his time here to work on wedding planning before their late summer/early fall tour. Once he leaves for that, I'm on my own until just a few days before the wedding (yikes!).
We were excited to see how many of you wanted more of this series though, so today we're going to share some photographs Robbie took on the final leg of their summer tour. If you missed Part 1 of Life on the Road, just click here.
Once again, I'll turn this over to my amazing soon-to-be husband, champion Stage Manager, house chef, and expert robot dancer, Robert Hunter Williams.
Hello again to all of you badass Bubby and Bean readers. Good to be back for my second round of guest blogging. In my last installment, you followed along for a couple "days in the life" that illustrated my hectic and rather unglamorous schedule. This time, I decided to show you some of the less chaotic parts of my job - those few and far between but much appreciated moments where I have time to snap shots of cool images along the way.
As I said last time, you read a lot about things like design and fashion on this blog - things you don't find in the back of a semi trailer full of music gear - but there is an art to producing a traveling rock show. I hope these photos were able to give you a little more of a glimpse inside of my not-so-average job.
It's been really awesome to have a few weeks at home, but it's almost time to hit the road again. This weekend we head up to Hoxeyville Music Festival in Michigan, then I get one more week off before the long haul of fall tour begins.
If any of you have requests for what you'd like to see in Life on the Road, please leave a comment and I'll do my best to accommodate your suggestions.
Until next time...