I had seen David Rhodes several times at Peter Gabriel's concerts and liked his way of acting on stage: paying attention to what goes on around him and at the same time being rather immersed in the moment and the music.
When David Rhodes initially presented his first solo album Bittersweet in spring 2010 in Germany, we didn't get the chance to see him. But in March 2011 we finally made it to Munich for the second part of his club tour.
When we arrived at the location about half past seven, the room was still mostly empty. It was a nice but small location next to the Isar that was probably used for hydroelectric power generation in former times (hence the name "Ampere").
Until 8 o'clock a few more people showed up, but it was still a very small crowd of about 30 persons when David Rhodes, Ged Lynch, and Charlie Jones started their gig at a quarter past eight. (Maybe the lack of visitors was also due to the "Fasching" season during which the gig took place).