Tag: "Tour Diary"


Tour Diary #10: Mainline Spine

August 27, 2015 | By idobi Staff

The worst thing about this tour is that I’m going to have to leave it. Through the ups and downs I’m still having the time of my life.


Tour Diary #9: Old Yeller

August 26, 2015 | By idobi Staff

I finally feel rested. After 3 days straight of 2-3 hour nights I was left exhausted, and emotional. I’m so happy I’m on a tour that feels like such a community.


Tour Diary #8: The Boardwalk

August 25, 2015 | By idobi Staff

Sleep is elusive, and I’ve gotten used to surviving on three hours of it. This tour is so grueling, and I’m not sure what’s different. This is not my first go at it, but this run especially is so exhausting.

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Tour Diary #7: Life In Drag

August 24, 2015 | By idobi Staff

August 19th – Irving Theater, Indianapolis. In my life I am self destructive. I am both the striking hand and the victim.


Tour Diary #6: Simple Silver

August 23, 2015 | By idobi Staff

St. Louis is one of my favorite cities in America. Every Time we are here the kids come ready to hang, and that’s such a wonderful feeling. This city reminds me of the beauty appreciation can bring.


Tour Diary #5: Wake Up Zombie

August 22, 2015 | By idobi Staff

It’s 3:30 am, and I am ripped from sleep like I fell off water skis. Reality was pulled through my head like a bleach wipe.


Tour Diary #4: Stowed Jacket

August 21, 2015 | By idobi Staff

I awake in my parents’ bed. Three hours has never felt like enough sleep before this moment. I am surprisingly refreshed, and we are on our way to Minneapolis.


Tour Diary #3: Rx

August 20, 2015 | By idobi Staff

I have always been a man reliant on his krutch. When I was little it was video games and TV. I would spend hours upon hours exploring the many lands a television screen could offer.


Tour Diary #1: From Where My Feet Fit—The Millenium’s Matt Hasenmueller

August 18, 2015 | By idobi Staff

Lately there has been a lot of light being shed upon the issue of mental health, and people in the music industry. Especially on the subject of depression and anxiety. Being someone who is affected by both, I wanted an opportunity to talk about my personal experiences, and the extreme ups and downs that come with traveling, and playing music, and thanks to idobi Radio, I have a place to put my thoughts for at least the next two weeks.