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Monday, November 10, 2008 - 20:10 PM

Wrap-up...pasic 2008

Derek Roddy's setup...waiting for the Rock.
Derek Roddy
Derek Roddy
Derek Roddy
Johnny Rabb
Johnny Rabb
Johnny Rabb exiting the stage, being the class clown that we know and love him as...
 
 

Howdy,

Well, I returned home yesterday from another fine PASIC. This year's event was a lot fun. Derek Roddy and Johnny Rabb both gave outstanding performances that had audiences mesmerized and astounded at both artists' seemingly limitless musical abilities.

Austin was a lot fun and it seemed that the drumming community did its part in helping to keep it weird ("Keep Austin Weird" is the un-official town motto...).

I have posted some pics. Check 'em out...

Take care,

- Chris

Chris Brewer

Chris Brewer

Artist Relations Manager for Meinl USA

3 responses to "Wrap-up...pasic 2008"

Dzhozeppe posted on Feb 13, 2013 - 2:09 AM

Duane Allman played this in the mildde of the song You dont love me during a live set on WPLJ radio in Manhattan. The band played the set Aug 26, 1971 to a live studio audience and the radio listeners. At one point, the band and audience fall completely silent as they couldn't believe what they were seeing. Duane them come back into the original song but not before paying his respects to his friend, the man who wrote it and was just murdered, King Curtis

Dzhozeppe posted on Feb 13, 2013 - 2:09 AM

Duane Allman played this in the mildde of the song You dont love me during a live set on WPLJ radio in Manhattan. The band played the set Aug 26, 1971 to a live studio audience and the radio listeners. At one point, the band and audience fall completely silent as they couldn't believe what they were seeing. Duane them come back into the original song but not before paying his respects to his friend, the man who wrote it and was just murdered, King Curtis

Dzhozeppe posted on Feb 13, 2013 - 2:09 AM

Duane Allman played this in the mildde of the song You dont love me during a live set on WPLJ radio in Manhattan. The band played the set Aug 26, 1971 to a live studio audience and the radio listeners. At one point, the band and audience fall completely silent as they couldn't believe what they were seeing. Duane them come back into the original song but not before paying his respects to his friend, the man who wrote it and was just murdered, King Curtis

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