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  • Carl Zimring
    It started in a hot, dusty, two bit shack, 928 Tenth Street, right by the railroad track. Yeah well, that ain t how it ended. Athens
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 7, 2005

      "It started in a hot, dusty, two bit shack, 928 Tenth Street, right by the
      railroad track."

      Yeah well, that ain't how it ended.

      Athens Greece, 1987, The Killer Inside Me Tour. Five years of incessant
      touring has taken it's toll. Throwing a now priceless Gretsch Chet Atkins
      up in the air, Dan Stuart watches it shatter into a million pieces
      mirroring his own fragile psyche. Chris Cacavas, Jack Waterson and Chuck
      Prophet can only shake their heads and mutter in disgust. The final show at
      London's Astoria Theatre will be cancelled after a shrink certifies that
      the singer is insane. Whether his condition is temporary or chronic only
      time will tell. A very long time.

      This coming January 10th, 2006, Green On Red will attempt to finish what
      seemed impossible nearly twenty years ago. The original band will gather at
      the London Astoria to finish the tour that had almost destroyed them.
      Gathered from the four corners of the globe, Humpty Dumpty will be back on
      stage playing the exact set list from 1987. If successful, the band is
      contemplating gigs at La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, The City of Hue in
      Vietnam, and the proposed Hard Rock Cafe at Ground Zero. The band is hoping
      that the general public will be inspired to finish assorted garden
      projects, get that elusive college degree, or finally learn how to drive a
      stick shift. We all have our demons, Green on Red cordially invites you to
      help them face down the past and come away with an earful of courage and
      fortitude... just what this Brave New World requires. Cheers!
      Green On Red || 2005-10-03 18:59:18
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