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    In the name of memories things can be done!

    Case in point ... the sound man running the mixers etc


    He dearly loved his old hat. But it was biting the dust. So in an honor to it he constructed a mold from his old hat and then fashioned a carbon fiber hat from the mold. YEP


    If they ever do a remake of Goldfinger. I'm nominating the hat for Oddjob.

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    There were magnificent instruments there. Have you ever seen such a magnificent Washtub bass at this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by MoreUke View Post
    In the name of memories things can be done!

    Case in point ... the sound man running the mixers etc

    Now THIS man here? REMARKABLE! I don't have words to describe how completely and utterly impressed I am with his skills. He had one of the hardest sound mixing jobs known to man and did a near perfect job with it.
    Just loving life. I get to make music for a living because of you people.
    Thank you.

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    But there was deep energy from other then Bermuda as well. From our own soil we see:


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    Of course women were wanted to attend this incredible event. So from the great North an individual was enticed to come.


    To which many women were pleased.
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    But despite the allure offered by some of the performers. This was truly an event that you could bring the whole family to:



    This is truly an accepting group. For Yopp also plays a Banjo.

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    There were all sorts of talent to be seen. Once again from Canada another performer:


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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleElvis View Post
    Bermuda, brother... it's a long ways away! *grin*

    (Totally understandable mistake... happens way too often!)
    I even heard YOU make that mistake, my dear Mickey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattLindahl View Post
    That kid Elijah had crazy awesome energy too!
    I think that was Scott's nephew. Scott was the guy doing all the mowing and setup all the lights and electrical on stage.
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