Family Day, Air & Space Museum, October 2008
We were invited to play another Family Day at the Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC, and it was so much fun! We were set up by the commercial aircraft stuff – which has gotten way more crowded than when we played there last! We did have a little stage though, which was nice – so we were able to put Rob’s drum kit up there as well as our amps. We played 2 one-hour sets.
Here’s our sign!
Rob, standing in front of the empty risers:
Joe doing his best air guitar and duck walk:
Don and Bryan check out the requirements to be a 1950s Stewardess:
Like a good roadie, Don tries to move the airplane out of our way for us:
Joe and Ed setting stuff up:
Rich stands in front of the stage:
Our stage from the far balcony:
Our view of the audience – there were way more people than you see here – some of them had cleared out by the time I took this! The audience would kind of come and go – it was pretty cool!
Band Group pic
Roadies Group pic
Here are the pictures Al took for us: