It would be easy to look on our normal monthly audience at this street corner show and get big headed. After all, Nashville area is a particularly difficult place to cultivate an audience, since everyone knows someone trying to do music professionally. The valid question to ask is why--why do people come see us so regularly? Granted, there are some fine players in this group, and I'm proud to take any stage, large or small, with them. But it's not SixtyFour that people come to see. We're just a cover band. They come because this is perhaps the one musical experience I've had in this town that is, in all sincerety, all about the music.
The people who come to SixtyFour show are just like us. They are people who remember purchasing Beatle albums, watching Beatle movies, and hearing these songs for the first time. They are people who watched this gang of lower class Liverpudlians change the world, a song, and sometimes an album, at a time. The only difference between a average audience member and a band member is that we just happing to be the ones holding instruments. But for all of us, this catalog of material has been to one extent or another, a sound track for our lives. There will never be an act whose artistry is loved by such a huge cross section of demographics. This music is personally important to an enourmous number of people.
If people come back to see us, its because we're just doing our job. That job? To just not screw it up.