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Re: “Young And In The Way emerges from the studio, brings new songs and new approach to Raleigh on Sunday

Microphones get knocked over and broken at shows all the time - I'd bet even your favorite Dave Matthews cover band has broken a few microphones, not to mention spilled beer and water on the crowd. Nothing was thrown at the sound engineer - I was standing directly in front of him. Frankly, he was set up way too close to the stage, and yet when there was a problem with the microphone in the middle of a song, he didn't even go up to fix it so they could finish, which is exactly what any good sound engineer would have done. The bathroom, nor any other part of the venue, were in no way shape or form "trashed" - the non-staining stage make up was quickly and easily cleaned up, requiring no extra effort beyond normal cleaning after a show. If this venue truly gave their all to support the music scene as you said, they would have known what to expect when booking bands in that genre, who put on performances like that at other venues all the time, with no complaints from the owners about the fact that they brought that many people out to their place of business on a Sunday night.

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Posted by yourtrueenemy on 02/18/2014 at 12:51 PM

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