Pictures From Istanbul and Jerusalem

I used to be really good at documenting everywhere I went on tour, with picture-filled blogs and details about Life On The Road. Then suddenly I got tired of it. I’d been everywhere, and I felt like I should just be living the experience rather than obsessively documenting everything.

But then, on this last Aristocrats tour, the last two dates were in Istanbul, Turkey and Tel Aviv, Jerusalem. So I reverted, and I’m damned glad I did.

We had a full two days in Istanbul, and one crazy 24-hour period in Israel. Essentially we landed on the afternoon of our Tel Aviv show, did the gig, went out late, and then the next day Guthrie and Marco were slated to fly to the UK. But my flight was later, so much so that it was possible to visit Jerusalem for 3-4 hours before heading to the airport for the long flight back to Philly, and then Nashville. So I went to bed at 5:30am, got up at 9:30am, and saw Jerusalem.

I was raised Jewish, bar-miztvahed and everything. (My Hebrew name is Hesh Aaron, if you must know. Hesher Aaron?) So this was a big deal for me. And I took pictures.

I have them in two Facebook albums. Click here for the Istanbul album, and click here for the Jerusalem album. Hope you enjoy.

Much more substantive news coming up real soon. Good stuff, my friends. Good stuff.


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