Milford, New Hampshire.
A rainy Saturday night in early March.
The patrons of the Pasta Loft were about to witness a transformation.
The Russell Hill Band, noted for its soft harmonies and flowing melodies, was gonna kick some serious Rock n Roll butt.
As a fellow musician once said, "Music should strike fire from the heart of man, and bring tears from the eyes of woman." Yes, I think Beethoven would have enjoyed the evening.
I must bring two things to your attention.
First, Rick Carr, sequestered in a dark corner behind his drum set, provided a driving beat which propelled RH all night long. However, it was just about impossible to photograph him.
Second, I am sorry to report that due to the raw, animal energy of the night's music, Morgan's highly anticipated reading from Jewel's "A Night Without Armor: Poems" had to be postponed.