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I almost lost my ticket at the Scoot Inn.

(3 posts)
  • Started 11 years ago by drop dead ed
  • Latest reply from monkfishblues

  1. drop dead ed
    drop dead ed
    (192 Posts)

    So I had never heard of the Scoot Inn and quite frankly was blown away. I'm always in the front so I have no problem listening, but what caught me was the venue itself, it's nestled away from the hoopla in an area that prolly doesn't compliment it at all.

    Story Time

    So I had parked right across from the Scoot Inn and happened to second guess my choice of parking so I relocated. It took me about 10 minutes to realize that I didn't have my ticket anymore, it wasn't in my truck or jeans. I went to my last parking spot and it happened to be on the street right next to a truck that had occupied the spot. I was really relieved to have found it lying there naked, hungry, and on it's face. Oh man I was shittin' bricks.

    Here's a video from the show

    Posted 11 years ago #
  2. RealLowVibe
    (20 Posts)

    Yikes! I'm glad your ticket stayed put right where you sort-of left it, and that no one found it before you realized it was gone.

    Thanks for sharing that video; "Trouble" is evolving quickly, all for the better. It's become a definite favorite of mine.

    Posted 11 years ago #
  3. monkfishblues
    (250 Posts)

    That was a close call! I do that all the time with my cell phone.

    I'm loving the new songs as well (are they up to four now? Five?). They really add to the pace of their live shows, too - less tinkering with sound effects, just grabbing the guitars and rocking out. Not that sound effects or the more mellow numbers are bad, mind you - I love hearing "The Ghost of You Lingers" live and the recent addition of Jim's drumming at the end of the song was a cool touch. Well done!

    Posted 11 years ago #

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