Gig Canceled

Posted by Cheryl R. on Friday, February 12, 2010
It is with a heavy heart that I announce that the Legend's Ghost gig has been canceled.

Doing this show meant more than just about anything to me.  I frantically searched myspace for musicians to share the moment with me.  I went to some rehearsals feeling as if I would faint, because I was trying to recover from an allergic reaction but feared the medications I had for it would make me too tired to rehearse and eventually do the show, or worse, cause damage to my voice.  I canceled other engagements to make it to rehearsals.  One person even turned down another gig to play mine.  So as you can imagine, this show meant the world to me.  I was as excited about it as most other women would be about their wedding day.

But due to the illness of a major player and my inability to replace this person, we eventually realized it just wasn't going to happen.  Having to replace someone 5 days before the show is rather difficult, to say the least.  So after a discussion with another musician who knows the Quito music scene better than I do, and whose judgment I trust, I decided to postpone the show.  So far, we do not have another gig lined up.  I hope that will change soon.  After 6 years of working on this project, I want nothing more than to finally play my music on stage.



Gig Canceled

Posted by Cheryl R. on Friday, February 12, 2010
It is with a heavy heart that I announce that the Legend's Ghost gig has been canceled.

Doing this show meant more than just about anything to me.  I frantically searched myspace for musicians to share the moment with me.  I went to some rehearsals feeling as if I would faint, because I was trying to recover from an allergic reaction but feared the medications I had for it would make me too tired to rehearse and eventually do the show, or worse, cause damage to my voice.  I canceled other engagements to make it to rehearsals.  One person even turned down another gig to play mine.  So as you can imagine, this show meant the world to me.  I was as excited about it as most other women would be about their wedding day.

But due to the illness of a major player and my inability to replace this person, we eventually realized it just wasn't going to happen.  Having to replace someone 5 days before the show is rather difficult, to say the least.  So after a discussion with another musician who knows the Quito music scene better than I do, and whose judgment I trust, I decided to postpone the show.  So far, we do not have another gig lined up.  I hope that will change soon.  After 6 years of working on this project, I want nothing more than to finally play my music on stage.



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