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Friday, October 16, 2020

Coronavirus Update 10-16-2020: The benefit of being prepared


When you get the call, you better be prepared. This maxim holds true in business, in the law, and in life in general.

Our favorite local wine bar has been hosting outdoor, socially distant concerts since shortly after the State of Ohio allowed it to reopen. Last Friday, their booked artist canceled last minute, which led to a 4:00 pm phone call for Norah to fill in. 

I had to quickly work through the stress of a 14-year-old who did not know if she could pull off a three-hour solo gig on 90 minutes' notice. I reminded her that she's spent the last six months writing originals and playing covers in her bedroom, in the backyard, and on Zoom for the Rockin' the Suburbs "Friday Night Hootenanny." Thus, she made her setlist, we packed her gear into the car, and off we went.

Needless to say, she was a rousing success, playing a 50/50 blend of originals and covers. 

A huge thank you to Mike and Kari at The Olde Wine Cellar for inviting Norah to play. She really, really appreciated the opportunity and the experience, and had an absolute blast (if you couldn't tell).

Here's some video I shot of a couple of her originals, plus her cover of "Jolene." 



Have a safe, healthy, masked, and distant weekend. I'll be back Monday with the 10th nominee for the Worst Employer of 2020.