Jilda and I've played some gigs in our day. We've played birthday parties, weddings, funerals, and a pig toss. The only one that got out of hand was at a Llama Convention where they were drinking straight moonshine whisky from clay jugs.
We played one festival in Birmingham's Ruffner Mountain Nature reserve several years ago. We hiked a mile into the preserve with guitars and the audience in tow. It was a hoot but for days afterward we dug chiggers or red bugs small than a pin head that felt as big as badgers.
We've played pubs in Ireland and across the U.S. We don't always get paid in hard cash, but often the perks are incredible. We're not in music for the money, we're in it for the love of playing music.
We are looking for a booker that does house concerts. I think that is an underserved audience, and we're at a point in our lives where it makes sense for us and will give us the opportunity to travel and see places we've never seen.