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    Gig Photos

    My band recently played a State Fair Main Stage gig wherein we were the opening act for 38 Special.
    Due to their ability to still draw good crowds, our set was presented to approximately 1900 people.
    Below are a couple of photos.........
    The first is a good shot of the stage size, "video walls" on each side of the stage and also behind the band, front and back lighting including VariLights, and a very fine kik-butt sound reinforcement system with suspended mids & highs and I counted 28 subs under the stage.
    The second photo is a good shot of my guitarist.Gig Photos-1393494_10151667254831510_1908623063_n%5B1%5D.jpgGig Photos-1002511_10151667254891510_1804074994_n%5B1%5D.jpg
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    can you ask that guy to move over a little bit?

    very nice

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    Pretty impressive.

    Here's the "crowd" at our latest gig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Pretty impressive.

    Here's the "crowd" at our latest gig.

    There's Swish in the front row. He always said he likes live concerts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Pretty impressive.

    Here's the "crowd" at our latest gig.

    110db does not even phase these hardcore rock fans...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack in Wilmington View Post
    There's Swish in the front row. He always said he likes live concerts.
    You rat bastard lol!
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    Very, very, nice. Would be nice to see you in one of the photos.

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    Hey MC!

    Are you ****ing kidding me? Opening for .38 Special!!! That is a sizeable crowd for an opening act! Living the dream! Good for you.

    Snowbunny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowbunny View Post
    Hey MC!

    Are you ****ing kidding me? Opening for .38 Special!!! That is a sizeable crowd for an opening act! Living the dream! Good for you.

    Snowbunny
    Thank you Snowie.
    We had a good set and rocked the place pretty hard.........seven original songs in a 45-minute opener set.
    As we were walking down the stairs backstage, the 38 drummer says, "Good job, guys".
    I think he liked our stuff.

    I hung around for their set as well.
    Don Barnes still sounds like he did 30 years ago.
    Very enjoyable on a beautiful fall night.
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