Last Christmas yacht rock
As you can imagine, we’re all looking to put 2020 in the rearview mirror. We’re really not use to the rough seas of Covid, so this pandemic has really been a tough one for everyone. We wish you the very best Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa, and Festivus celebrations around the globe. Yachty by Nature has been sailing the seas of smooth for almost 5 years now and we love and miss seeing you LIVE! Have no fear, we’ll be back. In fact, we’re still adding some really cool songs all the time. In addition, we’ve done our best to bring you virtual concerts, live stream events, drive-in concerts, boat-in concerts and private shows as well. Whatever it’s been, we again thank you for the support and hope to rockin’ the yacht again soon. Importantly, your comments, messages, inquiries, and constant fun and love on social media have certainly buoyed our mood!
Keep up the great work and enjoy the holidays as best you can. And, enjoy this Last Christmas yacht rock post by us. In fact, check out our last blog post about Yacht Rock Weddings!
Can you imagine. Last Christmas, yacht rock was in full swing and we were playing holiday shows and corporates all over Southern California and Seattle. We were even prepping to play for Chef Emeril’s fundraiser, Line, Vine and Dine out in Fort Lauderdale Florida that coming February. Jingle bells and dashing thru the smooth Pacific grooves that we are known so well for. From the Yacht Club to downtown Los Angeles football club, yacht concerts were plentiful. Even last February we were on the verge of heading to Arizona to play before the pandemic shut us down. It’s been a tough one for us all and we just want to offer you the BEST yacht rock wishes imaginable.
Pandemic Yacht Rock
During the pandemic, Captain Carl began with his slew of yachty posts to get us through the day. Alas, Covid 19 ebbed and flowed like a drunken sailor stumbling to stay the mainsail after a night in a Caribbean port. To this, we said, summer concerts will go online. Rancho Fest, Whittier, and Brea were all able to Live Stream and get us through safely. As they say, we masked up and musked up to keep the yacht afloat. Still, the waves of Covid kept smashing the sides of this mighty yacht. In fact, it was yachty love on the rocks until our Drive In show for the city of Irvine and Boat In gig up in Northern California.
Moreover, the Drive In gig for Irvine was Yachty gold for us and the audience was pinching themselves in yacht rock bliss. The band was hot and the night was one to remember. We can’t wait to get back to these days of Live YACHT ROCK AGAIN! Last Christmas yacht rock was the best, but it’ll happen soon!
So, let’s cheers to the holiday season and Deck the Hall and Oates. Although this Christmas may be lacking in smooth, we can do this! Yachty by Nature offered the best of yacht rock in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, wobbled with our fans through 2020. But yacht rock AND Yachty by Nature will rise like the Phoenix for a SMOOTH 2021. In fact, check out our 2020 Last Christmas recording here and be festive and light. Treat each other with love and care and whatever you do and where ever you go… Stay Yachty. Last Christmas yacht rock was something to behold but this Christmas will be a little lighter and steadying a course for a smooth 2021.
Much love to you and yours and enjoy the holidays. Like a yacht rock Terminator, We’ll Be BAaaaack! Hope this Last Christmas yacht rock video will find you well. Be awesome to yourselves and others and we’ll Turn this Yacht Around!
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