What's your gig this weekend?

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  1. Old Deaf Roadie

    Old Deaf Roadie Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Mine is providing tech services to an AA group consisting of 500 women. We actually open every restroom in the facility to the ladies & us guys use the staff room in the admin office, which I typically avoid like the Plague (not the current one) because of it's indigenous population of clueless busybodies.
     
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  2. Bassdawg

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    Sunday morning church service. I'll be playing bass as usual.

    Keeps my fingers moving and right now I'm coping with some family health crisis type issues that prevent me from doing much more.
    Playing music in any form is a very good catharsis for me.
     
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    I have a gig in Smithville this evening with Nathan Colt Young.
    We played a private party last night in Sweet Home.
    NCY keeps me pleasantly busy.
     
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    Chiogtr4x Doctor of Teleocity

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    Busy gig weekend as usual
    on my way right now to a a gig near the Blue Ridge Mountains
    Nice little Breakfast Lunch Cafe play on the front porch some bluegrass & acoustic music

    Eagles Club gig tonight with my band
    In Alexandria Virginia, familiar stuff classic rock blues country

    and then tomorrow morning a Cafe marina gig in Annapolis Maryland every Sunday morning while weather is good
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  5. rand z

    rand z Friend of Leo's

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    A restaurant/brewpub with a large, enclosed outdoor patio.

    It's located in a small college town just east of Hershey, PA.

    6 to 9PM.

    Pay is good.
     
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    Practice practice practice
     
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    Outdoors tonight from 7-9 for Illumifest! at this new awesome amphitheater that we’ve played a couples of times. Sunny day, but the sun’ll be down for most of it, so it’ll be a little cool!
     
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    Seasicksailor Friend of Leo's

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    Just an open mic night on Sunday. Always a great way to end the weekend.
     
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    Sitting in with a band for 3 sets at a bar gig. I never know what other players will be guesting with me, as well as how many additional players will hop up for the last few songs. Always an interesting time.
     
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    Doing a set at a local jam and getting my flu shot.
     
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    Our band is one of several playing at an annual charity benefit festival at a small farm, like a mini hippie music festival, always a good time.
     
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    Running sound for a musical revue tonight as part of an artist in residence series at an art museum. 5 piece multi-instrumentalist band including drums and 20+ singers. I thought it was gonna be brutal (something like this usually requires weeks of rehearsal to pull off), but we did our one and only rehearsal yesterday and it wound up being a lot of fun. I'm just glad to be out and mixing music again.
     
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