Wet wedding


Ah, the weather is always a treat here in Indianapolis. And by treat I mean keeping you on your toes so you don’t get wet feet. Yesterday, Finer had the pleasure of playing for the Indianapolis Tornados minor league football family kickoff event and it was hot and fun, but hot. The players and staff were so cool, the vendors were all community minded people providing services that benefited the area. The kids had a great day jumping on bouncy castles and working out with the players. I, on the other hand, was melting. Literally, I was vanishing into my guitar. I would be rocking with the crowd singing some Stevie Wonder then step back to let Ethan take a solo and when I returned to the mic only half of me got there, the other half was in a pool of drenched melodies surrounding my feet. It reminded me of another hot day in my life.
There are many important days in your life. None more important than the day you decide to commit yourself to someone for the rest of your life. My wedding was wonderful and epic to say the least. Everyone’s big day is special, mine had an extra hint of special, because it was so hot out that every moment was slowed down by mother nature’s choice of heat and humidity. It gave the photographer an extra chance to take that family picture, it gave my youngest niece the excuse to walk even slower down the aisle and still not throw one pedal as her flower girl duties called for. It gave the band the opportunity to play our ceremony music picks of Coldplay and Incubus at tempos even a turtle couldn’t comprehend. Don’t get me wrong, the band was incredible. We searched out every group in N.Y. and these guys made the evening. But as my brother’s strolled out to