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Words: Loren • December 27, 2013

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Dylan Walker (Full of Hell)

SPB: What do you think when fans run onstage and sing into the mic during a song?

Walker: I think it’s cool. It means the kids actually enjoy the music and the lyrics mean something to them.

Loren • December 27, 2013

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