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During practice last night, we dug a little deeper into our setlist for the October 19th gig, and decided that about half-way through the set we need to introduce an acoustic song. We all love that idea, and I think musically this song will work great in that specific portion of the show. At the same time, pretty much anyone with touring experience will tell you that 50% of the time, mid-set instrument changes result in technical disaster, unless you have a crew of roadies to back you up... So fingers crossed. 
 

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  • MariaHBunnell

    MariaHBunnell

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