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Was nice to see The Robots again, this time at Growlers in Highland. This being a winter snow warning night, the weather held out and was relatively easy travel.
I have seen more Robots, than any other band. Why? Because they are good, down to earth, talented people. They do this for the love of music, and performance in front of a crowd. Even if it is a crowd of one, they would give it their all.
Here you go, some photos from the evening.
Me and my shadow, we're closer to da JAM than one would think . . . I took a lot of shadow pictures because I thought the shadows were cool. I took more that is shown here, so, yes, even here there are a lot.
This next photo of Pete makes it look like he's playing a guitar/sax of some sort.
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Rock & Roll baby . . . that is what it is all about. The Midnight Ramblers bring that in their way, playing covers that are rarely played, mixed with some popular. That is what makes this band unique. They had a blast tonight playing at Buddy & Pal's in Crown Point. We had a blast too on the dance floor. One could not ask for more. Well yes, more music . . .
My photos are "as shot", color and all. Christi has "done her thang" with hers. Enjoy the photos!
The Midnight Ramblers
Chris Karp - Vocals/Guitar/Percussion/Harmonica
Danny Mac - Guitar/Vocals
Steve Termini - Guitar/Vocals
Craig Cutler - Drums/Percussion
Okay, this last one did not focus quick enough as Chris walked out into the audience and put his face in front of the camera lens. However, I took the shot anyway and still wanted to post it.
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