3D In Your Face had a very special relationship with their fans. Today I don't even consider you our fans, you have become my allies, my family, and rock. Everyday I am amazed by the kindness and passion you have shown to us. We rolled into Sioux City last Saturday and there were already people waiting for us to arrive. Some of you brought us food and can tabs. Some of you traveled long distances to celebrate with us. Our shows have become more than your average rock n roll shows. It's almost as if every week we get to have a family reunion with our favorite cousins and wacky aunts and uncles. We all come together to celebrate life and celebrate rock n roll. From this point on my goal is to throw away the old stigmas of the band/fan relationship. I want things to be different. There are no more rockstar egos. We are all in this together. The support that you give to us only fuels us to play harder, to practice longer, and to travel further. Believe me when I say to you that heavy metal never died. Sure there have been some ups and downs but it never went away.
Friday Dec. 21st we will be celebrating the end of the world or the Mayan calender, which ever you prefer at the 21st Saloon 96th and L st. Omaha, NE. As usual we will have a lot of surprises in store for you. We have a load of people traveling from out of town and there is plenty of room at the Griswald Family table. "Save me the neck, Clark".
See you all soon.
HAIR IN THE AIR