, attached to 2019-09-25

Review by RunawayJim4180

RunawayJim4180 Super cool experience last night at the Grammy Museum here in LA! Trey followed a screening of "Between Me and My Mind" with a Q&A session, where he talked through some of the major themes from the film (life, love, loss, songwriting). There was also a brief Q&A session with the audience, where they took three questions. The first was a bit long so I forget the gist, but a girl from the audience made Trey something that looked like a book and handed it over to him after the question. The second audience question was "What happened at Alpine Night 3??". Trey mentioned that they had planned to jam out Mercury, but it just didn't happen. And Ruby Waves "just kept going", which was cool to hear. He also mentioned that during soundcheck that day they basically said to each other "would't it be cool to play TMWSIY and some of the older stuff?" Then they proceeded to rehearse all of those older tunes because they hadn't played them in forever. Finally, the third question was a throwaway of "who were your influences growing up", which you could find in almost every interview he's ever done.

Anyhow, the music was great and the stories even better (check out his idea for a "Free" music video here: Free music video. Hilarious! Great night of music in an intimate setting (200 people)


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