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How Chris "Crispy" Bess gets his sound 

Chris "Crispy" Bess is known for his versatility between keyboards, guitar and whatever percussion gear he can find; "short, little sausage fingers"; arranging; frugality. Bess hosts his new "Mega-Instro Summit" at The Cave Saturday, April 25, at 8 p.m. Killer Filler joins Atomic Mosquitos, The Noseriders and The Surge.

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