Pavlov's Blog - The Spirit of 66

Wow, I've finally settled back into my lovely Nashville home - and I'm ready to tell you about the end of our amazing 2015 European tour. I have to be honest when I say transitioning back into normal life has been very difficult. This tour was really special, and I wasn't ready for it to end! The amount of musicianship, energy, and respect displayed on-stage every night was just incredible. We are a team, a musical unit, and a family. Together we pay tribute every single night to the amazing music, composition, and high expectations associated with this classic progressive rock band - and luckily, we have the amazing opportunity to be led by David Surkamp, the voice of Pavlov's Dog. I hate to even say he's the "voice," he is so much more than that. It is a real honor to be in this band - and it's a responsibility that none of us take lightly. 

Thank you to the fans who always support Pavlov's Dog, it was such an amazing experience getting to see you all again! I am so honored to be a part of something so magical. 

I am beyond excited to put together the last couple of blogs. There's so much to share!

We left off right before our performance at Spirit of 66 in Verviers, Belgium - one of my favorite venues ever. 

Here are a couple of pre-show pictures.

Anyone notice what's written above my head? 

Rick and Abbie just hanging out before the show... 

Waiting to go on stage... 

Here's a guitar cam video of "Canadian Rain" from our performance that night.

This is one of my favs! Rick always plays a different solo, and I always look forward to what he's going to do.

He brings it every single night!

It was so wonderful seeing so many of our friends at this concert.

Here are a couple of photos that I snagged from Facebook. People have been posting these to our Pavlov's Dog fan page!

It was great to see Peter, who has been keeping up with this blog. Thanks, Peter! 

Also, our friend, Phillippe Maquet took some great photos! Check them out. 

All of the photographs above were taken by Phillippe Maquet. 

For my next blog, we will pick up on our beautiful day off in Liége. 

I can't wait to tell you all about it.