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The joys and jabs of traveling with rock 'n' roll in Europe

Craig Tilley (left) and Scott Nurkin need rest. - PHOTO BY CRAIG TILLEY
Birds of Avalon gathers around a Lisbon dinner table the night they arrive in Europe. - PHOTO BY PAUL SILER
  • Photo by Paul Siler
  • Birds of Avalon gathers around a Lisbon dinner table the night they arrive in Europe.
Craig Tilley (left) and David Mueller in Lisbon - PHOTO BY SCOTT NURKIN
  • Photo by Scott Nurkin
  • Craig Tilley (left) and David Mueller in Lisbon
David Mueller beside the ocean in Lisbon - PHOTO COURTESY BIRDS OF AVALON
Paul Siler enjoying his beer and company in Zurich - PHOTO COURTESY BIRDS OF AVALON
Birds of Avalon with friends from Valient Thorr in Germany - PHOTO BY PAUL SILER
Cheetie Kumar smiling with street food in Cologne - PHOTO BY PAUL SILER
David Mueller (left) and Eric the Soundman in Amsterdam - PHOTO BY CRAIG TILLEY
Escaping Amsterdam's Red Light District - PHOTO BY ERIC THE SOUNDMAN
  • Photo by Eric the Soundman
  • Escaping Amsterdam's Red Light District
Paul Siler, waking up in Amsterdam - PHOTO BY PAUL SILER
David Mueller, waking up in Amsterdam - PHOTO BY PAUL SILER
Craig Tilley makes a moustache from the hair of Monotonix's Ami Shalev - PHOTO BY CRAIG TILLEY
Monotonix takes the show into an Amsterdam bathroom - PHOTO BY DAVID MUELLER
  • Photo by David Mueller
  • Monotonix takes the show into an Amsterdam bathroom
Monotonix's Ami Shalev on the bar in Utrecht - PHOTO BY CRAIG TILLEY
Just before dropping Monotonix off - PHOTO COURTESY BIRDS OF AVALON
  • Birds of Avalon took Raleigh to the road in 2007.

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