Crow Crash Radio played a somewhat short set atop the Convent's roof, as a sort to opening act for several poets that were reading to celebrate the new release of 14 Hills Anthology.
Things felt generally OK, albeit somewhat cold, as the fog and wind rolled over atop us. We kept things quiet and concise. Not a bad dynamic, really, just somewhat restrained. Not a whole lot of the exploratory vibes of recent gigs, just more song-oriented, I guess.
I've played on a roof in San Francisco a few times now, and this time was so much more satisfying.
Many thanks to Gray and his crew, you guys rule!
Below: Crow Crash Radio gear; dig those great murals atop the Convent!
Below: live shots