HWHN – Philadelphia
I saw two solar arrays of the 1MW size on the drive between Harrisburg and Philadelphia. 1MW is enough to power about 400 homes and costs between $3-$4M to build in a ground array. The panels still produce on cloudy days.
I sloshed around City Center Philadelphia as the snow storm got underway
Someone choose to lay down on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Philadelphia is full of great words and always makes me think hopeful thoughts.
I played music at World Cafe Live and Fergie’s Pub. We got the whole bar involved for a Paul Simon tune at Fergie’s. Great Inclusion – Great intention bubble. Saturday night the city was ghost town – it was oddly inspiring – TIME was open and the band was cordial and warm. I broke my mother’s rule to never follow a jazz band with an acoustic guitar but it worked out just fine and I met a bunch of great folks. All things considered – Philadelphia was a wonderful trip. Now its on to the next place. To find me, book me, partner with me, message me go to KenCoulson.com
Posted on January 22, 2014, in Artist Communities, Gatsby's Green Light and tagged Artist Communities, city photo philadelphia, Fergie's Pub, gatsby green light, Gatsby's, Gatsby's Green Light, GGL, GGLBand, Ken Coulson, Kenneth Coulson, Philadelphia Music, Time Philly, touring philly, World Cafe Live. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.