|Printable ticket for Saturday March 28th|
Little did I know that that night would be the first time that I met my best friend and song writing partner Sniper. We have been together ever since through thick and thin. No matter how crazy life on and off the road gets we always call each other. I usually don't answer but he still always calls. That night in Wayne I saw a miracle. Sniper plugged a Charvel into a tiny PA speaker and shredded for three plus hours. The crowd never even knew that he was filling in and had never played with us before. It was electric, it was magical, and most of all it was exactly what this band needed. I've yet to meet a better musician than this guy. We clicked instantly and a few months later I got my shot and ended up standing on stage next to him as the bass player. From Wayne we have traveled all over the United States. We have had extreme highs and extreme lows. I don't know where I would be in my musical career if things had turned out differently that night in Wayne. Toga party or not I'm happy he said yes to that phone call earlier that day. I saw and heard how a great Rock N Roll band was supposed to be. We latched on to that feeling and that's what drives us today. Bigger, better, louder, faster, higher. It's all about pushing our limits and seeing how far we can take this thing. Saturday we will be revisiting that holy ground where history was made and I don't know if I can thank Sniper enough for all he has done for me and for the rest of this band. Sorry for the sappy ending. Don't forget to bleach your toga sheets.