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Kelly (Dreadnought)

SPB: What is the weirdest venue/setting you’ve ever played a show at?

Kelly: The strangest setting is tied for either a fighting ring in the basement of a bar in Kansas or one of my best friend's wedding. I'm not sure the basement was actually used as a fighting ring, but it felt like we were in one. The "ring" in which we played was in the center of the room barred off from the audience and we were placed at the four corners facing inwards at each other as we played, which was a lot of fun. The wedding was also a great time, very laid back, and probably the most nontraditional show setting we've ever performed at. We played our material as opposed to any covers, and it was in the backyard of the bride's home.


Words by Loren on April 1, 2018, 4:34 a.m.

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Posted by Loren on April 1, 2018, 4:34 a.m.

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