This is the street that lead us to the coffee shop where I had my perfect cappuccino.
Sandy Blythe our sound engineer looking a little confused. Just landed in Vienna for a our day layover before we headed to South Africa. The man with the long locks with his back to us is our road manager John C. Rozenberg, Jr. and the man in the yellow hat is none other than Jim Gosnell of President of APA.
Charles Blenzig our musical director and my dear, long, long, long time friend! In back ground besides Jim and John, you can now see Michael Franks in blue hat. I guess we were trying to figure out where the hell we were.
My perfect cappuccino.
St. Stephen's Cathedral, Austria, Vienna.
St Stephen's Cathedral
Romanesque, Gothic style, consecrated in 1147.
More shots of St. Stephen's Cathedral.
Mozarthaus Vienna. Directly behind St. Stephen’s Cathedral is this three-story museum where Mozart lived from 1784 to 1787. When we visit, we stood in the room where Mozart and Beethoven met, and where Haydn told Mozart’s father “your son is the greatest composer I know in person or by name”. It is a great museum.
Bringing up the rear as we all continue on our mini day adventure!
Danger, pedestrians walking!
Narrow streets - many of the streets were very narrow and three or four people would be killed each year in accidents involving horses or horse drawn vehicles.
Party at Wolfgang's!
Hello gentlemen! Charles, John and Michael also joining the party at Mozart's crib.
Just about to go into Wolfgang's crib, you know to hang!
OK, here I go, ready or not.
Mozart used to live at 5 Dom Gaffe
Inside 5 Dom Gaffe where Mozart lived.
St. Stephen's Cathedral Organ - Vorarlberg organ builder Rieger has 55 registers and four manuals.
Inside St. Stephen's Cathedral.
If you notice top left corner of this image, a beautiful church organ. I use to tune and restore those back in the day.