ARMORED SAINT Drummer 'Touched' By STEVIE WONDER's Presence
ARMORED SAINT have posted the following update to their official web site:
"[ARMORED SAINT drummer] Gonzo & [bassist] Joey [Vera] were able to check out NAMM 2003 this year. Tons of great instruments & inventions were seen & a lot of fun was had by all. Gonzo got a chance & was able to play at the Remo annual drum circle at the end of the day on Sat. 1-18-03. There were 1,200 to 1,400 participants & 5 incredible drum facilitators. The drum circle reached many peaks, one which was reached when the drum circle was graced with the presence of the one & only Stevie Wonder. He played along & as he was leaving, decided to sing along with the entire drum circle. It was truly a magical, spiritual & inspiring moment. We were all touched by his presence & the power of the drum circle. Gonzo comments, 'I was able to shake Stevie Wonder's hand, which made my evening that much more exciting. I can't wait till next year, this time I'll bring a digital camera & take pictures so we can post them on the site for all to enjoy!"
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