SF in SF: 2010

All about the next annual live event. Are you coming?. Discuss travel & lodging. Recruit band members, discuss equipment, setlists, etc.
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Lunkhead wrote:Glen and fluffy, I talked with Ken and we're thinking now of trying to get to the Abbey more like 6:00pm. Ken didn't think we needed to get there super early.
Yeah but I'm still me.
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Okay folks. I want info! :)

Who played what? Who won live fight?
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Everyone played awesome. They livefight was a surprise victory by Harold Rammstein III collaborating with Sergei Rachmaninoff's long-lost brother Doug.
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The video feed blacked out while the live fight winner was being announced, but it was between zipline and somebody else.

And I missed Brody ;-( I thought the show was starting at 8, and those guys who were onstage when I logged in at 7:10 were just soundchecking...

But it was great having the video feed, technical problems and all!

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Well even without the stream, Niveous should have been following everything on Twitter (spoiler warning: it was Jonathan Mann)
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I saw JM win it fine. Must have been on your end, KA.
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fluffy wrote:Well even without the stream, Niveous should have been following everything on Twitter (spoiler warning: it was Jonathan Mann)
I wish I could've. I was in transit most of the time. Did you record it?
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ustream wasn't cooperating. :( It recorded two hours on Saturday (cutting off in the middle of Jon Eric's set) and refused to start recording anything at all on Sunday.

Fortunately, there were a few recordings going on, including HD footage of the entirety of both evenings, which (as stated elsewhere) will be getting online eventually.
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I don't want to write a summary yet because I don't want it to all be over. I just dropped Frankie off at his hotel, after dropping Jeff off at BART earlier, and John off at the airport before that. It'd sad to say goodbye the out of towners. I've had such a great time this weekend hanging out and playing music with you all. Real life is going to be pretty lame in comparison, although I won't mind things being dull for the next few days while I catch up on sleep and rest. Anyway, please someone get really rich soon and start a Song Fight! community center and residency so we can all live like this more than once a year.
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The disaster area that is my home will remind me of how much fun it was for many weeks to come.
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frankie big face wrote:
Mostess wrote:Holy cow! Narbotic is that sideburns guy who does electronics videos for Make?!

Next you'll be telling me that Fluffy helped design my Kindle.

You people are amazing.
Mostess, you may need new heroes.

Are you coming to SanFran? Why not?!

Also, why aren't you over in my Hey Midwesterners! thread telling me stuff I need to know?!!
1) I am in the hero collection business. You made the cut a long time ago.

2) No. Because I suck.

3) What? Who? When?

Damn I've been gone too long. Avoid having a third child if you value your SongFight! participation record...
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