Saturday, January 11, 2020

Flashpoint



After an earlier photoshoot of another band, I chose to stop by The Track Lounge to take a couple photographs of Flashpoint. I am glad I did.

Once you have been away from The Track, coming back gives you that comfortable home feeling. There is no hesitation walking in the door. The people are great. The staff is super great. They support local music.

This was also seeing friends that you have not seen for a while. Yes, you can do that by going out anywhere. However there is still something special when you go to The Track. You are there with friends, picking up where you left off. I sat and chatted with Art Miller. When the band went on break I chatted with Dave Dodge and Eddie Fell.

That is probably the sad thing in the world. People stuck on their computers and phones. That is the wrong social makeup. We need to get out and press flesh, see eye-to-eye, all in the comfort of a social setting that everyone agrees upon. That is The Track Lounge.

Here are a couple photographs of Flashpoint for you to enjoy!

 
















Flashpoint





The Track Lounge
318 N. Jackson St.
Crown Point, IN 46307
(219) 663-9838
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Marrakesh Express ⁓ a CSNY experience



The year 1969 was great. Great for muscle cars. Great for music. Great for Chicago. Harmony, a truism for my pals of Marrakesh Express, for only they can give proper tribute to what Crosby Stills Nash and Young began in 1969 at the Auditorium Theater in Chicago. The car part . . . I just like 1969 muscle, and Marrakesh Express flexes that horsepower needed to be a great tribute band.



Daryl Grady - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar

Greg Ashby - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica

David Varella - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar

Rick Hemphill - Keyboards, Vocal

Mike Flannery - Bass Guitar

Glenn Miller - Drums

Pete Calacci - Electric Guitar

Joe Baranowski - Electric / Acoustic Guitar


Great people, great music to dance to, and a great time to mellow. Here are some photographs of this evenings event. Enjoy!!!













































Marrakesh Express ⁓ a CSNY experience



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