Friday, October 31, 2014

Things to Do In San Diego: October 31-November 2, 2014

It's Halloween and my head is so scattered I completely forgot about SoundDiego Live in the listings. Have fun tonight, be safe, use Uber or Lyft or whatever you have to do to be safe on the roadways and keep our streets safe for trick or treaters. Friday through Sunday archives are after the jump.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego: October 30, 2014

I'm not really sure why my listings posted funny last night, but here's an update with your weekend listings. The #SocialFresh conference was sweet, Darren and I had a fun date night after that included stops at Barley Mash, The Hideout, Soda Bar, and Til-Two Club. This weekend is going to be nuts and though I'm not into the whole adults in costume thing, I am sure lots of people are planning some big Fridays. Thursday archives after the jump.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego: October 29, 2014

This week has been nuts. At the moment, I'm in the #SocialFresh conference at the #OmniSanDiego learning all about webby stuffs with a bunch of like-minded nerds who are all losing our eyesight by staring at our mobile devices all day long. This week we put tickets on sale for Ms. Lauryn Hill, many of the tickets sold in presale and the rest sold in about 4 hours, so thanks for making my job easy. Don't forget Cut Copy is already sold out and Ziggy Marley is almost sold out, so check out tickets now if you're hoping to go. If you have will call tickets, I'd recommend arriving early to get your tickets, even if you leave for dinner or drinks or whatever. For all the upcoming shows, go to Meanwhile at the Casbah, there's plenty of good stuff happening, too, and Friday is already sold out, so don't snooze on tickets for other shows or you'll be like the girl crying to me last night that I just ruined her life because she didn't get tickets to a show. Wednesday archives are after the jump.

An Update on The Che Cafe at UCSD

The following is a message from The Che Cafe with an update of their eviction from the UCSD campus. While I can't say as a 38 year old woman, I don't spend much time at the Che these days, but it was definitely a destination for me and my friends through high school, into college, and even beyond college. One of my favorite shows of my life, Shelter, was at the Che, as was this amazing performance art piece by Zach de la Rocha preceeding an Inside Out show. It is also the first place I ever got to see Rocky Votolato, who as you may well know by reading this site, is one of my all-time favorite musicians. If you can make it out to support any of the activities of the Che as they fight this out in court, please represent for all us veterans who hoped the torch would be passed on for Millenials and post-Millenials and beyond. Full text of the update below with links, dates, and information to help.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Casbah & The Belly Up present Ms Lauryn Hill at The North Park Theatre!

Casbah & Belly Up have joined forces to bring Ms Lauryn Hill to The North Park Theatre. Presale tickets are on sale today, and regular on sale is tomorrow at 10am. You can grab your tickets now with the password "miseducation". This is a 21+ general admission standing show. For this show, we will also have a front of house VIP section with general admission seats on our orchestra pit. There's only 40 of those, so don't wait to grab tickets.

Things To Do In San Diego: October 27-28, 2014

I had a crazy busy weekend that was super awesome. Alt-J were incredible at Soma- despite it being sweltering in the venue-, the Warpaint show on Saturday was awesome and then I ended up going to Viejas on a whim with my friends which was crazy fun, and then Tennis on Sunday was pretty great, too. We have a big concert announcement for the theatre today, so stay check back around 10 for that. We also have big shows this week, with Tycho on Wednesday, Cut Copy on Friday, Ziggy Marley on Saturday, and Carla Morrison on Sunday. Tuesday through Thursday listings are after the jump.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego: October 24-26, 2014

Yesterday was awesome with Bear Hands and Fences at The North Park Theatre. I followed up with some tequila at home while I relaxed for a minute, then went to Seven Grand to meet up with Jake where I caught a set from The Midnight Pine, and then hung out at Bar Pink for a little while before calling it a night. It's definitely a bonus that our theatre shows mostly end so early. This weekend is going to be great, with a private Alt-J show by day, their sold out show by night, and then Warpaint & Vacationer on Saturday and Tennis on Sunday, but tonight, it's all about the besties. got an "honorable mention" in the "best music blog" category, but I was beat by SoundDiego, which I written for nearly every single day (I usually skip New Year's Day and Thanksgiving) since 2010, so it's still a win. Thursday through Sunday archives are after the jump.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego: October 22-23, 2014

I'm at the theatre at the moment and it's a show day which means there's lots of energy and everyone is buzzing around getting things ready for Bear Hands and Fences. This is super special because it's the anniversary bash of FM 94/9 as well as the anniversary of Car2Go. If you're a Car2Go member, the first 100 people get an array of catered food and the first 400 get into the show for free. For everyone else, tickets are only like $13 cash at the box office and it's going to be a blast. I hope to see you all down here.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Taste of Bankers Hill - Wednesday October 22nd from 6-9pm

We have a great deal for all the SDDialedIn readers. Only a limited number of these are available. Use the following discount code to save $15: sdDIALED2014bh

The Bankers Hill Business Group invites you to the 3rd Annual Taste of Bankers Hill on Wednesday, October 22nd, at The Abbey on Fifth Avenue in Bankers Hill.

Tickets can be purchased online by following this link:

Each ticket will include a taste from all participating vendors #TasteofBH

Check out the list of vendors for the festival:
Bertrand at Mister A's Restaurant
Croce's Park West
Bankers Hill Bar + Restaurant
Pizzicato Gourmet Pizza
Jimmy Carter's Mexican Cafe
Barrio Star
SanFilippo's Italian Restaurant
Wet Stone Winebar
Hornblower Cruises & Events San Diego
Smoker IQ by Gustaf Rooth

Sweet jammy jams provided by DJ Vitamin J

Special thanks to the Metro CDC!

Things To Do In San Diego: October 20-21, 2014

It appears that the massive tours have slowed down and maybe this week is a good one to take a breath after I worked 5 straight nights of shows last week plus going to four others. Nova's fall break is over, too, so we can settle into fall a little bit. Even my cat decided that she doesn't really want to be an outdoor cat anymore, which is great since she never really embraced me moving out of the downstairs studio and into the upstairs. There are still some good shows this week so your listings through Thursday are after the jump.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego October 17-19, 2014

This week has kicked my ass, but it has also been pretty awesome. That Real Estate party on Monday was awesome, then I worked Tuesday and Wednesday at the Irenic then went to Casbah for Mutual Benefit, then we had that amazing Washed Out show at the Irenic, followed by 6 hours of work to get these here listings, prepare for my Yellowcard interview, and send out newsletters and all that really fun stuff. There are cool things all over the place tonight and throughout the weekend. Of course I'll be at The North Park Theatre tonight and tomorrow, but I'm also hoping to make it for some Rubblebucket and/or Perfume Genius tonight and catching my friends Writer who are back in town tomorrow. If I wasn't working, however, I would definitely swing by The Boulevard Market Grand Opening and the IACON open house, so go represent for me. Friday through Sunday arhives are after the jump.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego: October 15-16, 2014

I'm getting ready to head to The Irenic to work the Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties show and I thought I'd update listings. It has been a busy week but I love the energy of watching last minute ticket sales or scrambling to buy Ryan Adams tickets or trying to get people excited about multiple shows at different venues on the same nights. This week someone told me that blogging isn't a job. Ha. Ha. Ha. Thursday listings are after the jump.

Mike Halloran Named Program Director at 91X

Halloran teaching Nova how to work the boards back in May 2014
I can't believe I forgot to post this news yesterday! I can't even go into what Halloran has meant to me over the years, back when I was a kid growing up listening to 91X and then through all his other endeavors like The Flash and trying to get his voice in when he was at that weird Y-something station in Riverside, and when FM 94/9 first flipped and I called in and was the official 13th listener. Of course he's been back at 91X for a while now and over the past 6 weeks or so, many wondered if the Program Director spot would go to someone from San Diego and within the 91X staff (as it should) or if the station would try to bring in new blood. Clearly they went with the right choice by choosing someone already in the family. He's a mentor to many, and I'm happy to call him a friend. 

Here's the press release:
Mike Halloran will take the reigns as Program Director at 91X, effective immediately.
“Halloran,” as he is known on-air, came to San Diego from Detroit in 1986, to work on-air on 91X when the station was still adapting an alternative rock format. He quickly became known for his encyclopedia-like knowledge of music, eccentric presentation, and ubiquitous presence at local concerts and lifestyle events. 
After leaving the station in the 90’s, Halloran returned to 91X in 2012 as the afternoon drive DJ from 2:00 – 6:00 PM. Halloran will retain the same on-air shift while inheriting PD responsibilities. 
“Does this mean I get to finally know where the keys to the prize closet are?” said Halloran. “In all seriousness, I am more than honored.” 
“Halloran’s knowledge of the brand, the city, and the music are a huge asset to the station,” said Joe Lindsay, Director of Operations and Programming. “He is passionate and has a deep respect for 91X and the staff. I am looking forward to him leading the team to another level and exceeding the expectations of the audience.”

91X (XTRA-FM) is owned and operated by Local Media San Diego, a privately held San Diego-based company. LMSD also operates Z90.3 (XHTZ-FM) and Magic 92.5 (XHRM-FM).

Monday, October 13, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego: October 13-14, 2014

Last night was awesome. Rob Crow was hosting karaoke at the Hideout and we had a blast, and though I'm not a big fan of Mondays, today was nice because Nova came home bright and early in the morning since she has another week off school for Fall Break.

Everyone is asking about tonight's Casbah event, so I'll tell you that doors are at 8pm and they allowed way more RSVP's than capacity will allow, so get there early. Show should be over around 11. I also thought I'd mention that Ryan Adams announced a show in San Diego at Symphony Hall on December 15. There's a presale on Wednesday at 10 and the official onsale is Friday at 10. I can't be certain, but the password I've been hearing is GIMME. A ticket buying secret is once you have tickets in your cart, BUY THEM. If you change your mind or decide you want more tickets or you want to see if there's another section, you forfeit your tickets and go to the end of the digital line. Don't let this happen to you!! Monday and Tuesday archives are after the jump.

91X Announces Wrex The Hall 2014 @ Valley View Casino Center 12/12/14

91X Wrex the Halls
Friday, Dec. 12
@ Valley View Casino Center

Cage the Elephant
Billy Idol
(and a local band TBD)

On-Sale Friday, Oct 17 at 10:00am

91X listeners have access to an Internet pre-sale to buy tickets starting today at 10:00am, so keep an eye out for the email with the password.

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego: October 12, 2014

It has been such a great weekend. On Friday night I caught Dawes at the Casbah and Saturday did Taste of North Park and went to Long And Short Of It's record release at Soda Bar, then convinced Darren to quit work early to hang out for some drinks. I bounced out of bed today feeling great and productive and cleaned all morning and got the listings done so that I can try to go work on cleaning my office/storage/studio (finally!). Thanks to ACL for broadcasting all weekend or I probably would've been much less inspired. Sunday archives are after the jump.

Friday, October 10, 2014

October Shows

Sometimes I feel guilty that I haven't been posting as frequently, or that I haven't been posting videos and photos and stuff. And then I remember that there are only 24 hours in a day, and I look at the rest of the month and my mind kind of explodes. Busy is an understatement. But holy shit! Look at all this amazing stuff to look forward to for the rest of the month. I've bolded the shows I know I'll be at, working or otherwise. These are just "Casbah presents" shows, so it doesn't include all the other venues or shows coming up.

Fri Oct 10 - Dawes, Henry Wolfe @ The Casbah (SOLD OUT)
Fri Oct 10 - Drowners, Dictator, Roxy Jones @ Soda Bar
Fri Oct 10 - TACOCAT, Colleen Green @ The Hideout
Sat Oct 11 - Shake Before Us, The Loons, Shady Francos, The Grim Imperials @ The Casbah
Sun Oct 12 - Young Rebel Set, Kera & The Lesbians, Jimmy Ruelas @ The Casbah
Sun Oct 12 - Ana Tijoux @ The Belly Up
Mon Oct 13- Private Party with Real Estate @ Casbah (Last chance to RSVP HERE)
Mon Oct 13 - The Horrors, Moon Duo @ The Belly Up
Mon Oct 13 - The Drums, Beverly @ Soda Bar (Sold Out)
Tue Oct 14 - Polica, Web of Sunsets @ The Casbah
Tue Oct 14 - David Bazan + Passenger String Quartet @ The Irenic
Wed Oct 15 - Mutual Benefit, Julie Byrne, CHILL PILL @ The Casbah
Wed Oct 15 - Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, Steady Hands, Matt Brasch, Brian Marquis @ The Irenic
Wed Oct 15 - Wayne the Train Hancock, Rip Carson and the Valiants, Action Andy & The Hi-Tones @ Soda Bar
Thu Oct 16 - The Slackers, Sammy K @ The Casbah
Thu Oct 16 - Washed Out, Talk in Tongues @ The North Park Theatre
Thu Oct 16 - Fujiya & Miyagi, Magic Touch @ Soda Bar
Thu Oct 16 - Turquoise Jeep, Yip Deceiver, DJ Artistic @ The Irenic
Thu Oct 16 - Whiskey Circle, American Cream, Tolan Shaw @ 207 - Hard Rock Hotel
Fri Oct 17 - Rubblebucket, Royal Canoe, Bakkuda @ The Casbah
Fri Oct 17 - Yellowcard, Memphis May Fire, Emarosa @ The North Park Theatre
Fri Oct 17 - Perfume Genius, Matteah Balm, Island Boy @ Soda Bar
Sat Oct 18 - Rubblebucket, Royal Canoe, NIcky Venus @ The Casbah
Sat Oct 18 - The New Pornographers featuring A.C. Newman, Neko Case, and Dan Bejar (Destroyer), The Pains of Being Pure at Heart @ The North Park Theatre
Sun Oct 19 - Nina Persson (of the Cardigans), El May @ The Casbah
Sun Oct 19 - Metronomy, Dawn Golden @ The Belly Up
Sun Oct 19 - Federico Aubele, Pablo Nouvelle @ Soda Bar
Sun Oct 19 - PINS @ The Hideout
Mon Oct 20 - Pup, Hard Girls, Mini Death @ The Casbah
Wed Oct 22 - Sinkane, Helado Negro @ The Casbah
Wed Oct 22 - Bear Hands, Fences @ The North Park Theatre
Thu Oct 23 - Wildcat! Wildcat!, White Hinterland @ The Casbah
Thu Oct 23 - Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. , Miniature Tigers, Madi Diaz @ The Belly Up
Fri Oct 24 - Karl Denson's Tiny Universe presents A Night of Rick James, DJ Artistic @ The North Park Theatre
Fri Oct 24 - Melvins, Les Butcherettes, Death Eyes @ The Casbah
Fri Oct 24 - Afghan Whigs @ The Belly Up
Sat Oct 25 - Vacationer, Brick + Mortar, Monster Rally @ The Casbah
Sat Oct 25 - Warpaint, LOLAWOLF @ The North Park Theatre
Sat Oct 25 - Jenny Lewis @ House Of Blues
Sun Oct 26 - Tennis, Pure Bathing Culture @ The Casbah (SOLD OUT)
Mon Oct 27 - The Preatures, Hills Like Elephants @ The Casbah
Tue Oct 28 - FREEMAN (Gene Ween), Arc Iris @ The Casbah
Tue Oct 28 - Tycho, Com Truise @ The North Park Theatre
Thu Oct 30 - MC Chris, MC Lars, Spose @ The Casbah
Fri Oct 31 - The Creepy Creeps, Burning of Rome, Cramped, Schitzophonics @ The Casbah
Fri Oct 31 - Cut Copy, Gemini Club, DJ Adam Salter @ The North Park Theatre (SOLD OUT)

Things To Do In San Diego: October 10-11, 2014

This has been a whirlwind week. It started on an upswing with the San Diego Music Awards, and then followed by the disturbing news that someone burglarized a hotel room the same night and stole a bunch of stuff from Jesse LaMonaca and his date and Brian Holwerda. If you want to help, click here. Nova was off school all week, so we had fun running around town with playgrounds and ice skating and bike riding and tree climbing. Unfortunately, she fell off the monkey bars and hurt her elbow. It wasn't an emergency, but we let her sleep on it and decided to take her to the doctor as a precaution. She's totally fine but not without drama. After getting x-rays and confirming it was nothing, we spent the afternoon at the Safari Park and it was awesome and empty and peaceful. I'm looking forward to a great weekend with the Dawes, the Taste of North Park, and plenty of other fun stuff to fill the weekend. Saturday and Sunday listings are after the jump.

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Upcoming Shows at The North Park Theatre

This month is a doozy at The North Park Theatre. Besides the San Diego Musical Theatre production of Next To Normal that is running right now, we have 8 shows this month and 7 next month. We're in the process of moving our website to a much better design which should be up sometime tomorrow, but either way, our site is here.

2014 San Diego Music Award Winners

Last night was a blast, I'm only sorry that I didn't have enough time to mingle and say hi to everyone I wanted to see. Congratulations to all the nominees and winners and thanks to everyone in the community who helps build this incredible music scene in San Diego.

Best Cover Band – Cash'd Out

Best Jazz – Gilbert Castellanos

Best Jazz Album – Nathan Hubbard - Encinitas and Everything After

Best Singer/Songwriter – Sierra West

Best Blues – Robin Henkel

Best Blues Album – Rebecca Jade & the Cold Fact - self titled

Best Americana – Trouble in the Wind

Best Americana Album – The Midnight Pine - Buried

Best Hip Hop – Odessa Kane

Best Hip Hop Album – The Lyrical Groove - Spoken Soul

Best Pop – Nicky Venus

Best Pop Album – Gayle Skidmore - Sleeping Bear

Best Alternative – Dead Feather Moon

Best Alternative Album – The Burning of Rome - Year of the Ox

Best Rock – The Paragraphs

Best Rock Album – The Donkeys - Ride the Black Wave

Best Hard Rock – Schitzophonics

Best Hard Rock Album – Earthless - From the Ages

Best Club DJ – DJ Artistic

Best World Music – Todo Mundo

Best World Music Album – Tribal Seeds - Representing

Best New Artist – Cody Lavaas

Best Local Recording – Triumph of the Wild - self titled

Best Live Performer - The Burning of Rome

Best Music Video by a San Diego Artist - Jason Mraz - Love Someone

Artist of the Year – Jason Mraz

Album of the Year – Little Hurricane - Gold Fever

Song of the Year – The Burning of Rome - God of Small Things

Lifetime Achievement Award – Tomcat Courtney

San Diego Music Industry Award – Bob Taylor/Taylor Guitars

Monday, October 06, 2014

Amazing Event- Trust Me.

If you're over 21 and don't have plans on Monday night, you're going to want to CLICK HERE. I'm not throwing an SD:Dialed In 8 year anniversary party this year, so consider this link my special gift to all the readers who have supported this endeavor all these year. This isn't my event and I have no control over ticketing or capacity, all I can say is RSVP, get there early, and bring lots of dollar bills to tip your bartenders.

Things To Do In San Diego: October 6-10, 2014

So much going on this week. I have a super exciting show to announce and tonight are the Music Awards and work is going to be super busy and Nova's out of school and I can hardly catch my breath. Tuesday through Thursday listings are after the jump. Check back for that announcement.

Monday, October 6, 2014:
  • The King Khan & BBQ Show, Javier Escovedo and the City Lights, Northern Tigers @ Casbah
  • San Diego Music Awards @ Humphrey's By The Bay
  • Casbah presents Ought, Viv Vates, Joyce @ Soda Bar
  • Angus & Julia Stone, Conner Youngblood @ House of Blues
  • ABC, Boys Don't Cry @ Belly Up
  • The Tin Can Country Club feat. Mike Pope @ Tin Can
  • Monday Night Mass with The Husky Boy All Stars @ Bar Pink
  • Divitech and more tba @ Che Cafe
  • Mark Fisher @ Croce's Park West
  • Motown Mondays with DJ Artistic @ Seven Grand
  • Ancient River @ The Merrow
  • Velvet Cafe @ Alexander's (30th & Upas)
  • Roots Raggae Jah-Jah @ Kava Lounge
  • The Cadillac Wreckers @ Humphrey's Backstage Live
  • Wheels of the Industry @ Live Wire
  • Open Mic @ Lestat's
  • Electric Waste Band @ Winston's
  • Dub Dynamite @ The Office
  • Kinetic Soul with Antonio Aguilera, Joey Jimenez, Jonny Tarr @ Henry's Pub
  • Karaoke @ Til Two Club
  • Karaoke @ Coyote Bar & Grill
  • Industry Night with Kid Wonder @ U-31
  • Trivia Night @ Whistle Stop
  • Battle of the Cover Bands Round 2 @ 710 Beach Club

Saturday, October 04, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego: October 4-5, 2014

I left out a whole bunch of weekend stuff, but then I realized my family is still in town, so I should probably be a little more thorough because there are a lot of people still visiting San Diego this time of year and there are a bazillion things going on this weekend. We spent the morning watching my nieces play soccer and are heading to PB Beachfest for a little while. Sunday listings are after the jump.

Saturday, October 4, 2014:
  • Vinyl Junkies Record Swap (11:00 am) @ The Casbah
  • German American Societies of San Diego Oktoberfest @ El Cajon (1017 S Mollison)
  • OB Oktoberfest @ Newport Ave., Ocean Beach (9AM-10PM)
  • Pacific Beachfest @ Pacific Beach Boardwalk (Free, 11am-7pm)
  • La Mesa Oktoberfest
  • Miramar Air Show
  • The Whigs, The Nervous Wreckords, Greylag @ The Casbah
  • Casbah Presents: Pinback, Tera Melos @ House of Blues
  • Takahashi, East of Sweden, The Anomaly, Future Age @ Soda Bar
  • Rhythm & The Method, Soul Blaze, Iza Moon Dance Collective @ The Hideout
  • Run River North, Soda Pants, Sister Speak @ The Loft
  • Vid Glass, Better Looking People With Superior Ideas, and Nova @ Go Lounge
  • Lowbrow, Caskitt, Western Settings, Dead On The Wire, Chamber Sixx @ The Tower Bar
  • Trigger Happy @ Belly Up
  • Vanguard @ Brick By Brick
  • Mark Battles, Derek Luh, Euroz, Ray Bock, Kap @ Epicentre
  • M'tafiti Imara featuring Russell Bizzett, Rob Thorsen and Joshua White @ Dizzy's
  • Sunny Rude @ Boar Cross'n
  • Welcome Week Fem Fest @ The Che Cafe
  • Heavenly Father, Launchpad Infinity, Dj Arkon, and STOIK @ Spin
  • Moguai @ Bassmnt
  • 145th Street @ 98 Bottles
  • Weekend Brunch with Mark Fisher (12:00) @ Croces Park West
  • Sid Vicious @ Fluxx
  • Kris Bradley @ Tin Roof
  • The Jawns @ Somewhere Loud
  • Sarah Petite (5:00), Crossfire (9:00) @ Humphrey's Backstage
  • Chrissy Depauw, Leah Hanna King, Isabel Beyoso @ Lestat's
  • Hell On Heels Burlesque Revue @ The Merrow
  • Indiana Jonesin & Curbside Vinyl @ 710 Beach Club
  • Paloma Faith, Marques T'Oliver @ Soma
  • Gigan, Pyrrhon, Artificial Brain, Temblad @ Til Two Club
  • Lee Churchhill @ U31
  • JGB Band featuring Melvin Seals @ Winston's

Thursday, October 02, 2014

Things To Do In San Diego: October 2-3 2014

I meant to have weekend listings up two days ago, but things got busy. I went to see Bright Star at the Old Globe and it is really, really great. This week I also saw The Felice Brothers and last night Darren and I dropped by Soma to catch Bombay Bicycle Club for a while before grabbing late night dinner at Albie's. This weekend is looking promising, so long as the supposed heat wave isn't too oppressive. I'll be working at the Irenic tonight, then have to choose Casbah or Soda Bar after. Tough call. At any rate, there are great shows this weekend. Thursday and Friday archives are after the jump.

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Video: The Gaslight Anthem @ The North Park Theatre

Tuesday was a busier day than usual at the office, as The North Park Theatre welcomed a very early Loud @ Lunch with FM 94/9 featuring The Gaslight Anthem. Instead of a stripped down acoustic set, the band opted for full staging for their five song set. They played around 11am, which is very early for a rock band to feel their groove, but they delivered a straight through awesome set, only pausing once between songs to say hi and ask how the crowd was doing. I was shooting video with my left hand and taking photos with my right, so apologies that these are pretty wobbly, but it was an awesome set, and I'm sure FM 94/9 will have killer footage of the event soon.