October 2007


Cam (Loeppky, Weakerthans’ longtime audio engineer) spent a lot of the day sitting in my leather chair. I plan to spend a lot of time in that chair after our last show of the tour tomorrow in Boston tomorrow.

(Sent from mobile phone. Currently on North American Tour with Weakerthans.)

Brooklyn, NY: Cam in a Chair
Originally uploaded by MeganFromTheLastTownChorus

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Brooklyn, NY: Park Slope Walk

Originally uploaded by MeganFromTheLastTownChorus

Today, Halloween, is a day off. I slept a lot, and took a couple of the Weakerthans posse on a walking of my Brooklyn neighborhood, Park Slope. This is Jim Bryson and Cam Loeppky. Good boys.

(Sent from mobile phone. Currently on North American Tour with Weakerthans.)


The Last Town Chorus @ Webster Hall

Originally uploaded by bumpershine

The Last Town Chorus performs live at Webster Hall, NYC, October 30, 2007. Megan is joined by tour guitarist Rich Hinman, along with Greg from the Weakerthans on bass and Jim Bryson on keys for the final song, “It’s Not Over.”


The Last Town Chorus @ Webster Hall

Originally uploaded by bumpershine

Greta Gertler plays glockenspiel and keyboards with The Last Town Chorus live at Webster Hall, NYC, October 30, 2007.




New York, NY: Webster Hall

Originally uploaded by MeganFromTheLastTownChorus

Webster Hall was packed. Our show felt great and the Weakerthans (pictured) were fab. We have Halloween Day off before the last show of the tour, in Boston.

(Sent from mobile phone. Currently on North American Tour with Weakerthans.)




New York, NY: Webster Hell

Originally uploaded by MeganFromTheLastTownChorus

As we soundchecked, Webster Hall (formerly The Ritz) was being decorated for Halloween… which was a curious exercise, being as the venerable, crumbling old club already feels like a haunted house. This is Greta (on the right) who’s playing keyboards and singing with us tonight. Alan Bezozi’s playing drums. I love playing with them.

(Sent from mobile phone. Currently on North American Tour with Weakerthans. See Travelogue here, updated constantly: http://www.thelasttownchorus.wordpress.com)




New York, NY: Street Flowers

Originally uploaded by MeganFromTheLastTownChorus

Back home in sense-drenching New York City. Walking to soundcheck at Webster Hall after a coffee with Rich at 9th Street Espresso, I flashed back to my earliest thoughts about wanting to move here from Pittsburgh in the late 90s… I remember loving that in New York, there were fresh flowers for sale on almost every sidewalk, as at this deli on1st Avenue. I’ve still never seen the gaudily vivid dyed daisies…blue…yellow…pink…anywhere but here.

(Sent from mobile phone. Currently on North American Tour with Weakerthans.)

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