Cambio Latin America Tour Diary: Dispatch 8

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Cambio caught up with Ryan Liestman, keyboard player for the Jonas Brothers, just minutes before his flight to Rio. C: What did you do on your day off in Sao Paulo? RL: We went and met Ronaldo and we played... 000_004_891_dispatch8-001

Cambio caught up with Ryan Liestman, keyboard player for the Jonas Brothers, just minutes before his flight to Rio.

C: What did you do on your day off in Sao Paulo?
RL: We went and met Ronaldo and we played an awesome game of soccer in which I completely dominated as goalie.

C: What's been your favorites part of being in Sao Paulo?
RL: We went to a Brazilian steakhouse, a churrasceria, where they just kept serving me meat and it was completely awesome. I had all kinds of different things.

C: What was the strangest thing you ate?
RL: The strangest thing I ate was maybe a garlic bread cheese ball thing. It was very weird, but it was very awesome. Oh man! It was so good.

C: How much meat would you say you ate?
RL: Oh, I would say probably 2-3 pounds. At a certain point I said to myself, "Wow. This is way out of control. Stop yourself." But I couldn't because they just kept bringing more and it was so good.

C: Did you have any weird dreams while you've been in Sao Paulo?
RL: I had few nightmares. One of which involved our tour director Rob Brenner. I think he was extremely disappointed in me because I was late for something and I got in a lot of trouble. Then I woke up and realized that was just a dream. I saw him that day and he gave me a big high-five. It was so good!

C: Tell me about the plane you're on. Do you have to share a row?
RL: I get my own row. It's almost like a bed and it's completely awesome. It's the best way to fly.

C: Do you have any special routines when you fly or for sleeping on the plane?
RL: Normally I get on the plane and stack all my pillows up. I get three pillows and three blankets. I stack them all up and keep one blanket to put on me, so it's two blankets, three pillows stacked right up against the window. I lay back and I close my eyes and I think about how awesome the next show is going to be, because every show is so awesome. The plane ride really gets me set for that.

C: So far, what is one of the best memories you've had from this tour?
RL: Oh man, that is so hard to answer. I would go with the best memory so far on tour would be just the shows. They've been awesome. We've had so much fun on stage this year just doing a lot of stuff we've never done before. It's been just really fun.

Don't forget to keep watching Cambio Connect for all our tour coverage and make sure to click the videos tab to check out all of Quddus' tour diaries.

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