• Sam Sumpter

Black Friday Was Amazing

So we played at The Royal again on Friday. Yes it was Black Friday and funny how that was the day Fidel Castro died too. The man who vowed to destroy America before he died, passed away on the biggest shopping day and the most capitalistic day of the year. Regardless, this show was fun and wildly fantastic. The band that opened was Jack Wilkinson and The Elders, great band. Geed Wilde, their bass player had an equipment malfunction so he borrowed my Mike Dirnt Fender to play their set. He made it sound good. Great band. Then we took the stage. We didn't get to play our whole set because of the delay with the bass issues but still we rocked a pretty solid set and the crowd was so responsive and loud.

Kudos too to our set of regular fans that are always there. Trevor, the drummer for Berlin Breaks took this shot just as we finished. What a great crowd. Speaking of Berlin Breaks, they came up next and killed a solid set with their new lead man McKay, they are sounding as good as ever and they do not disappoint. Let me dig up some more pictures from the night...

Here's a shot of Jack and Geed, and my Mike Dirnt bass. And of course, Berlin Breaks. Just a reminder:

We will be in Evanston, WY. at the Roundhouse playing an all-ages show coming up on December 17. We will be posting more about that later. These guys kick ass.

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