RAVEN: Update From JOHN GALLAGHER
RAVEN bassist/vocalist John Gallagher has posted the following message on the band's official web site:
"Hi! just like to say thanks to everyone that came out to the Tampa & NJ festivals & the gig with BUDGIE the other night — we had a blast, great to see Mark [Gallagher, guitarist] actually on his feet & moving around!!! It was cool to play a gig with one of our early influences (BUDGIE) and hang out a little with them.. Apparently we are getting some very cool video from this show which may squeeze onto this DVD saga...of course, anyone with any video footage from these shows — please let me know!!!
"In between the FL & NJ shows we actually hit a rehearsal room and jammed for a day — a lot of cool ideas to dig through...as the next important thing is the next album — however, we will be playing out as often as possible as we are really having fun & playing well — so watch this space!"
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