#1
So, I'm booking a show here in Huntsville for Flatfoot 56, I don't even like there music but a bunch of kids want me to get them to play here and this guy e-mails me with this message:

Please print off THREE (3) copies of this contract, rider and all other items attached in this e-mail. After you have read it, please return ALL THREE (3) copies signed with the full deposit (if a deposit is required). Your contract WILL NOT be processed until we receive the contracts, riders, deposits etc for your date. We will mail you an executed copy after receiving all of the paperwork and deposits from back you. We have PAYPAL as an option for your deposit payment. Please click on the ?pay now? link below if you wish to use this method of payment. A 4% fee is tacked onto your deposit if you use paypal to cover all user fees. If you do not already have a paypal account, it is very quick and easy to set up. Just click the ?pay now? link and you will be directed on how to set up an account. If you have any questions, let me know.

There is a link to a paypal accont (which I will not use)


So, I want to make this show a DIY show and not have all this garuntee bull**** get in the way. I allready sent back a message explaining that and saying that we don't have the resources to pay any kind of deposit right now and we could garuntee them gas money to get to the next town, a place to stay, and a warm breakfeast and dinner. They can aslo keep all the money they make on merch because that's none of my ****ing business and would be wrong for me to take it. I also told them that they should reconsider why they're making music if money is this much of an issue that you can't trust someone's word on it.

Has anyone ever set up a show and gotten around these kind of garuntees before?
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#2
Here's what the attached PDF says:

Flatfoot56 to be billed as
Agreement made this date, by and between (hereinafter referred to as Artist) and
(hereafter referred to as "Purchaser"), and Bridge Street Artist Agency, LLC (hereafter referred to as "Agent"). It is
understood and mutually agreed that the Purchaser engages Artist to perform the following engagement upon All terms and conditions hereinafter set forth:
Flatfoot56
David Hale
ARTIST(S): HEADLINER
VENUE: Skate Meridian
1300 Meridian N
Huntsville, AL 35810
256-489-9776
256-489-8778
PHONE:
FAX:
PURCHASER:
1504 Olive Dr.
Huntsville, AL 35810
PHONE: 256-603-3219
FAX:
THENRASUCKSREALLYBAD@HOTMAIL.COM
PRODUCTION:
ALL MATERIALS SHOULD BE SENT TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS FOR THE PROMOTER / PURCHASER.
DATE(S):
ARTIST TO PERFORM ( 1 ) SHOW APPROXIMATELY ( 4 5 ) MINUTES IN LENGTH.
TICKETS: 500 @
@
$5.00 $5.00 DOS
PROMOTER TO PROVIDE SOUND, LIGHTS, FOOD AND LODGING.
(promoter)
CONTRACT #:FF56 252
TERMS:
ADDITIONAL
PROVISIONS:
PURCHASER SHALL PROVIDE AND PAY FOR, AS PER ARTIST'S SPECIFICATIONS AND APPROVAL, AT NO COST TO ARTIST ANY AND ALL RIDER REQUIREMENTS.
OTHER ACTS:
PAYMENTS:
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL SIGNED CONTRACTS, DEPOSITS AND RIDERS ARE TO BE SENT TO:
BRIDGE STREET ARTIST AGENCY, LLC P.O. BOX 110009 NASHVILLE, TN 37222
FLATFOOT56, INC TJ ROGERS FED ID#: David Hale
X________________________________________________________ _______________ X________________________________________________________ _______________
1504 Olive Dr. Huntsville, AL 35810
________________________________________________________ _______________ C C A P PROVAL RM: Dan Bawinkel
P.O. Box 110009
Nashville, TN 37222
PHONE: (615) 332-7990
FAX: (615) 332-7984
DEPOSIT: $30.00
DUE DATE: 5-23-2006
THE BALANCE OF THE GUARANTEE SHALL BE PAID TO ARTIST OR ARTIST'S REPRESENTATIVE IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO THE PERFORMANCE VIA CASH,
CERTIFIED / CASHIER'S CHECK OR MONEY ORDER. ALL OVERAGE MONIES ARE DUE ARTIST IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE PERFORMANCE HERIN VIA CASH ONLY.
MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO BRIDGE STREET ARTIST AGENCY, LLC AND REMIT TO: BRIDGE STREET ARTIST AGENCY, LLC P.O. Box 110009 Nashville, TN 37222
In Witness Whereof, the parties have executed this Agreement on the date first above written.
David Hale with
May 9, 2006
approved signee: TJ Rogers
PLUS PURCHASER AGREES TO PROVIDE AND PAY FOR APR. S&L AND MONITORS
FLATFOOT56 $200.00 FLAT
6/3/06
QUANTITY: GRS PRICE: CMPS: DEDUCT: TCKT W/ FEES: DESCRIP: ON SALE:
DETAILS:
BREAKDOWN:
LOAD IN: ADVANCE
DOORS: ADVANCE
SHOW: 8:00 PM
ON STAGE: ADVANCE
SND CHK: ADVANCE
CURFEW: ADVANCE
BACKLINE:
TYPE: ADVANCE
ADVANCE
CAPACITY:500
MERCH: 100%
# OF TICKETS:500
CURFEW: ADVANCE
MERCH SELL: ARTIST SELLS
AGE: ALL AGES
ADRT BEGINS:
DAY OF SHOW:
GRS PTNTL: $2500.00
TCKT SURCHARGES:
RMTE: PHN: BOFC:
ADV TCKT
OUTLETS:
IT IS UNDERSTOOD BY PURCHASER(S) AND THE ARTIST WHO ARE PARTY TO THIS CONTRACT THAT NEITHER BRIDGE STREET ARTISTS AGENCY NOR ITS EMPLOYEES ARE PARTIES TO THIS
CONTRACT IN ANY CAPACITY AND THAT NEITHER BRIDGE STREET ARTISTS AGENCY NOR ITS EMPLOYEES ARE LIABLE FOR PERFORMANCE BREACH OF PROVISIONS CONTAINED HERE IN.
THIS CONTRACT SHALL NOT BE BINDING UNLESS SIGNED BY ALL PARTIES HERETO. ALL TERMS ON THIS PAGE AND THE PAGES FOLLOWING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ADDITIONAL
PAGES OF THE CONTRACT AND THE CATERING/HOSPITALITY RIDER, ARE BOUND UNDER THE SIGNATURES BELOW. ALL PARTIES MUST UNDERSTAND BEFORE ENDORSING BELOW THAT
ALL INCLUDED PAGES UPON INITIAL DELIVERY OF CONTRACT ARE BOUND BY THE UNDERSIGNED SECTION. THIS FORM IS NO LESS VALID WHEN IN FACSIMILE FORM. FOR EXTENDED
TERMS APPLICABLE TO THIS PAGE, SEE THE CONTRACT RIDER FOLLOWING THIS CONTRACT FACE.
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NESTOR MAKHNO
THE CATHODE RAYS
Add. Fee:
Add. Fee:
Add. Fee:
LATE NIGHT KILLERS Add. Fee:
LOCAL SUPPORT
LOCAL SUPPORT
LOCAL SUPPORT
LOCAL SUPPORT
to be billed as
to be billed as
to be billed as
to be billed as
Total Talent Expenses
Less Lucky Artist:
BRIDGE STREET ARTISTS AGENCY, LLC
P.O. Box 110009
Nashville, TN 37222
PHONE: (615) 332-7990
BRIDGE STREET ARTISTS AGENCY, LLC FAX: (615) 332-7984
The parties hereto herby acknowledge that the following additional terms and conditions are incorporated in and made part of the
Agreement between the parties hereto.
1. Reproduction of Performance Provision
PURCHASER shall not itself nor shall it permit others to record, broadcast, televise, photograph or otherwise reproduce the visual and/or
audio performances hereunder, or any part thereof
2. Merchandising Provision
ARTIST shall have the exclusive right to sell souvenir programs, photographs, records and any and all types of merchandise in the
building, but not limited to, articles of clothing (i.e., T-shirts, hats, etc.) posters, stickers, etc., on the premises of the place(s) of
performance without any participation in the proceeds by PURCHASER subject however to concessionaire's requirements, if any.
3. Right to Likeness Provision
ARTIST'S name or likeness may not be used as an endorsement of any product or service nor in connection with any commercial tie-up
without ARTIST'S prior written consent.
4. Termination Clause
In the event PURCHASER refuses or neglects to provide any of the items or to perform any of its obligations herein stated, and/or fails to
make any of the payments as provided herein, ARTIST shall have the right to refuse to perform this contract, shall retain any amounts
theretofore paid to ARTIST by PURCHASER, and PURCHASER shall remain liable to PURCHASER for the agreed price herein set
forth. In addition, if, on or before the date of any scheduled performance, PURCHASER has failed, neglected, or refused to perform any
contract with any other performer for any other engagement, or if the financial standing or credit of PURCHASER fails or refuses to make
such payment forthwith, ARTIST shall have the right to cancel this engagement by notice to PURCHASER to that effect, and to retain any
amounts therefore paid to ARTIST by PURCHASER and PURCHASER shall remain liable to ARTIST for the agreed price herein set
forth.
5. Sickness or Accident Provision
In the event of sickness or of accident to ARTIST, or if a performance is prevented, rendered impossible or infeasible by any act or
regulation of any public authority or bureau, civil tumult, strike, epidemic, interruption or delay of transportation services, war conditions,
or emergencies or any other similar or dissimilar cause beyond the control of PURCHASER, it is understood and agreed that there shall be
no claim for damages by PURCHASER and ARTIST'S obligations as to such performances shall be deemed waived. In the event of such
non-performance for any of the reasons stated in this paragraph, if ARTIST is ready, willing and able to perform, PURCHASER shall pay
the full compensation hereunder, otherwise, the monies (if any) advanced to ARTIST hereunder, shall be returned on a pro rata basis.
6. Controlling Authority Provision
ARTIST shall have the sole and exclusive control over the production, presentation and performance of the engagement hereunder
including but not limited to the details, means and methods of the performances of the performing artists hereunder, and ARTIST shall
have the sole right or may see fit to designate and change at any time the performing personnel. Provided ARTIST is ready, willing and
able to perform at stated date and time, ARTIST'S obligations hereunder are subject to detention or prevention by sickness, inability to
perform, accident, means of transportation, Acts of God, riots, strikes, labor difficulties, epidemics, any act or order of any public authority
or any other cause, similar or dissimilar beyond ARTIST'S control.
7. Weather Provision
Inclement weather rendering performance impossible, infeasible or unsafe shall not be deemed a force majeure event and payment of the
agreed upon compensation shall be made notwithstanding. If PURCHASER and ARTIST disagree as to whether rendition of performance
(s) is impossible, not feasible or unsafe because of inclement weather, ARTIST'S determination as to performance shall prevail.
8. Cancellation Clause
Unless stipulated to the contrary in writing, PURCHASER agrees that ARTIST may cancel the engagement hereunder without liability by
giving the PURCHASER notice thereof at least thirty (30) days prior to the commencement date of the engagement hereunder. ARTIST
shall also have the right to terminate this agreement without liability in the event PURCHASER fails to sign and return this Contract
within 10 days.
P.O. Box 110009
Nashville, TN 37222
PHONE: (615) 332-7990
BRIDGE STREET ARTISTS AGENCY, LLC FAX: (615) 332-7984
9. Independent Contractor Clause
It is agreed that PURCHASER signs this contract as an independent contractor and not as an employee. This contract shall not, in any
way be construed so as to create a partnership, or any kind of joint undertaking or venture between the parties hereto, nor make ARTIST
liable in whole or in part for any obligation that may be incurred by PURCHASER in PURCHASER'S carrying out any of the provisions
hereof or otherwise.
10. Authority for Inconsistencies Provision
In the event of any inconsistency between the provisions of this contract and the provisions of any riders, addenda, exhibits or any other
attachments hereto, the parties agree that the provisions most favorable to ARTIST shall control.
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11. Indemnification Clause
PURCHASER hereby indemnifies and holds ARTIST, as well as their respective agents, representatives, principals, employees, officers,
and directors, harmless from and against any loss, damage or expense, including reasonable attorney's fees, incurred or suffered by or
threatened against ARTIST or any of the foregoing in connection with or as a result of any claim for personal injury or property damage or
otherwise brought by or on behalf of any third party person, firm or corporation as a result of or in connection with the engagement, which
claim does not result from the active and willful negligence of the ARTIST.
12. Dispute Resolution Provision
Any claim or dispute arising out of or relating to this Agreement or the breach thereof shall be settled by arbitration in the State of
California in accordance with the rules and regulations then obtaining of the American Arbitration Association governing panels. The
parties hereto agree to be bound by the award of such arbitration and judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrators may be entered
in any court having jurisdiction thereof.
13. Conflict of Laws Provision
Nothing in this agreement shall require the commission of any act contrary to law or to any rules or regulations of any union, guild or
similar body having jurisdiction over the services and personnel to be furnished by the PURCHASER to ARTIST hereunder. If there is
any conflict between any provision of this Agreement and any law, rule or regulation, such law, rule or regulation shall prevail and this
Agreement shall be curtailed, modified, limited only to the extent necessary to eliminate such conflict. ARTIST agrees to comply with
hall regulations and requirements of any union(s) that may have jurisdiction over any of the said materials, facilities and personnel to be
furnished by PURCHASER.
14. Assignment / Transfer Provision
This contract (a) cannot be assigned or transferred without the written consent of PURCHASER, (b) contains the sole and complete
understanding of the parties hereto and (c) may not be amended, supplemented, varied or discharged, except by an instrument in writing
signed by both parties. The validity, construction and effect of this contract shall be governed by the laws of the State of California,
regardless of the place or performance. THE PERSON EXECUTING THIS AGREEMENT ON PURCHASER'S BEHALF WARRANTS
HIS/HER AUTHORITY TO DO SO, AND SUCH PERSON HEREBY PERSONALLY ASSUMES LIABILITY FOR THE PAYMENT
OF SAID PRICE IN FULL. The terms "PURCHASESR" and "ARTIST" as used herein shall include and apply to the singular, the plural
and to all genders.
Flicker Records
1104 WEST MAIN
FRANKLIN, TN 37064
www.flickerrecords.com
Dan Bawinkel
dlbfatcalf@yahoo.com
(773) 581-5222 Office
(773) 415-7040 Cell
TJ Rogers
Bridge Street Artist Agency, LLC
P.O. Box 110009
Nashville, TN 37222
O. (615) 332-7990 ext 206
F. (615) 332-7984
tj@bsaa.biz
Dan Bawinkel
Dan Bawinkel
(773) 415-7040 Cell
MANAGEMENT: RECORD COMPANY: AGENT: .
LEGAL: PUBLICITY: TOUR MANAGER: .
X________________________________________________________ _______________ X________________________________________________________ _______________
approved signee RA: TJ Rogers 1504 Olive Dr. Huntsville, AL 35810
Rider for:
This rider is part of the attached contract for between the undersigned Purchaser of Musical Services
(Hereinafter Referred to as Purchaser) and Flatfoot56 (Hereinafter referred to as Artist) and all
provisions contained herein are part of one and the same contract. Purchaser warrants that he/she is of
legal age and has the right to enter into this contract.
Purchaser agrees to supply at his/her sole expense all of the following additional provisions and adhere
to the following requirements: If for some reason they cannot a call must be made to the manager
(POPS) at 773-415-7040
One (1) Clean and Private Dressing room for sole use of Artist and their friends/guests as allowed by
Artist only. (If venue has available)
To be supplied on stage:
(4) Clean/Dry towels
(8) Bottles of cold water
Before getting onstage 5 cans of Red Bull or Monster (Green Label) energy drink or six pack of
Dr.Pepper, and Diet Pepsi, (Coke)
(6) Hot Meals or a buyout in the amount of $8.00 per person ($40.00)
* (Please get preference from Manager as to before performance or after.) Manager?s cell # 773-415-
7040
Purchaser shall reserve parking for one 15-passenger van with 12-foot trailer, as close to load-in door
as possible.
Housing Accommodations: CLEAN house with room to accommodate 5 people or 1 hotel room with 2
queen beds from a well-known chain hotel. (Best Western, Marriott, Sleep Inn, Hilton, La Quinta,
Quality Inn). Not required if Flatfoot 56 is playing their hometown; Chicago, or if band is deciding to
travel home afterwards. Call manager Pops 773-415-7040 for decision.
Merch Area: An area with Table, chairs and a merch area with outlets for lights shall be provided.
Purchaser shall make complimentary tickets available to artist for exclusive use by Artist.
In all cases where fee is determined by a percentage of Door receipts, Artists shall have access to
number and value of ticket sales at all times.
Artist reserves the sole and exclusive right to determine the content of performance. Artist are
negotiable if venue wants something special.
Purchaser shall not permit and will prevent the taping, broadcasting, filming, videotaping, web casting,
or recording of Artists performance without prior written consent of Artist.
Purchaser shall not permit and will prevent the sales of any and all souvenir items associated with the
Artists performance, without prior written consent of artist.
Purchaser agrees to allow for a live sound check for artist of no less than 90 minutes with full use of
house PA and engineer. Sound check shall take place no less than two hours prior to doors opening and
no line checks shall be considered acceptable.
Security: Purchaser agrees to provide adequate, able bodied, mature, sober and qualified security for
the protection of the artist and patrons in a reasonable and respectable manner. If any member of
security mishandles, gropes, attacks, kicks, punches or mistreats any member of the audience or artist,
the Artist reserves the right to relieve him/her of their duties and/or exit stage left.
All support must be pre-approved by artist and there shall never be any more than two support acts
unless pre-approved in writing by artist representative or unless engagement is a festival type setting.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF,
I have read, do understand, and will hereby adhere to all stipulations and requirements contained
herein as witnessed by my signature below.
Production Contact:______________________________
Phone:_________________________________________
Fax:___________________________________________
___________________________ __________________________________
Purchaser Artist
Flatfoot 56 Technical Rider
The technical requirements for Flatfoot 56 are simple and therefore we request that an adequate sound
system with a qualified engineer is provided for the event to ensure that the event is of quality and
runs smoothly.
Mixer
A quality mixer with 16 microphone inputs 2 auxiliaries for monitors and 2 auxiliaries for FX. Placement
of mixer is to be in the rear of the room for a qualified engineer, who is familiar with the system, to
operate.
FOH speaker and amplifier
A minimum of two single 15? and a horn mid/high speakers and two 18? subwoofers with adequate
power and crossover.
Monitor speakers
A minimum of four 15? and a horn monitor speakers with adequate power.
FX
One reverb unit and one delay unit on each of the two auxiliaries for FX.
Microphones and Stands
See imput list
Please feel free to contact Ben Fassi at Integrity Audio Solutions with questions and or production
needs. 708-289-2415 / Benfassi@integrityaudiosolutions.com
Input List
CH# Description Mic Stand Mon Mix Wedge Placement
1 Kick Beta-52 Short Boom NA Upstage Center
2 Snare SM81 Tall Boom NA Upstage Center
3 High Hat SM57 Short Boom NA Upstage Center
4 Tom-High SM57 Claw NA Upstage Center
5 Tom-Mid SM57 Claw NA Upstage Center
6 Tom-Low SM57 Claw NA Upstage Center
7 Overhead SM81 Tall Boom NA Upstage Center
8 Bass DI NA- Off Bass Head NA Upstage Right
9 Guitar- Lead SM57 Short Boom NA Upstage Right
10
Guitar-Rythym
Lead VOX SM57 Short Boom NA Upstage Left
11 Bagpipes SM57 Short Boom NA Downstage
12 Mandolin DI-Provided NA Mix 1/ Wedge 1 Downstage Right
13 Vocal- Bass SM-58 Tall Boom Mix 1/ Wedge2
Downstage
Center
14 Vocal- Lead VOX SM58 Tall Boom Mix 1/ Wedge3 Downstage Left
15 Vocal- Drums SM58 Tall Boom
Mix 2/
Wedge 4 Upstage Center
16 FX Return Reverb/ Delay NA NA NA
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#5
I've never heard of a punk band (I've never heard them, so I'm just assuming that they play some form of punk) with contracts. That's pretty stupid.

And I agree with what you said - if you have to send out contracts to make sure that you get payed, then you don't care enough about what's important.
#7
What kind of bull crap is that? They won't play unless the promoter (you) gives them a place to stay, money for food, a 6-pack of energy drinks, a dressing room for only them, etc.?

That is the biggest load of crap I have ever heard from any supposed "punk" band.
#8
Their tour manager e-mailed me back and all they want is 200 $ after the show is done. I told them we can get that from door money, I won't buy them energy drinks and I'll tell them I don't want to support corporate institutions and they can do whatever the **** they want with the door money.


This opens an interesting debate though, what should one do if they can't get together 200$ at the door.

When Municipal Waste came here they needed a 600$ garuntee and we had to buy them beer. What kind of bull**** is that?

Does anyone have any ideas for how to handle bull**** like that without telling the band to **** off?
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#9
Hmm, without telling them to **** off, you say? I would just tell them the truth that you'll give them what you can, and if it's not enough then they should deal with it. I mean, if you're making any kind of money for playing music, then that should be enough. There shouldn't be a huge set of requirements.
#10
God forbid you know....they drive all day and want a place to sleep.


Number 6 was pretty awesome though (Acts of God!?) haha:

6. Controlling Authority Provision
ARTIST shall have the sole and exclusive control over the production, presentation and performance of the engagement hereunder
including but not limited to the details, means and methods of the performances of the performing artists hereunder, and ARTIST shall
have the sole right or may see fit to designate and change at any time the performing personnel. Provided ARTIST is ready, willing and
able to perform at stated date and time, ARTIST'S obligations hereunder are subject to detention or prevention by sickness, inability to
perform, accident, means of transportation, ACTS OF GOD, riots, strikes, labor difficulties, epidemics, any act or order of any public authority
or any other cause, similar or dissimilar beyond ARTIST'S control.
#12
Apparently, they care more about the money they can make. What happened to bands playing for 50 bucks and a pizza? Music is an art form and should be regarded as one, not a marketing ploy.
#13
wow, Ive lost a ton of respect for those guys, they are so nice too. And they put on an amazing live show, but that really pisses me off.
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#14
Quote by waterproofpie
God forbid you know....they drive all day and want a place to sleep.



Except I promised them all of that. Warm meals and a place to sleep and gas money.
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#15
As a promoter ive come across similiar contracts. I refused to bend. There are no superiors in punk, the bands split the takings evenly, if they want $200 theyve got to bring the crowd and make the money themselves. Then again im more focused on promoting new bands from the UK who are generally just happy to have gigs.
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#16
Sign nothing.

Do you want to owe some supposedly ****ty corporate group money?

200 dollars is a LOT of money.

Have it your way, or make it clear to them that they can find another promoter.
#17
All this contract malarkey is a load of crap. And I especially hate the idea of bands demanding riders. I've always seen them as taking the p*ss really.

My band had two gigs in London in the space of two weeks and one venue wanted us to sign a contract forbiding us to play any other nearby venues for two weeks before and two weeks after the gig at their venue. Wtf is up with that?
#18
Quote by waterproofpie
God forbid you know....they drive all day and want a place to sleep.


It's understandable to want a place to sleep, but it sounds more like they're asking for a hotel room than some guy's basement.
#19
Quote by RockThe40oz
It's understandable to want a place to sleep, but it sounds more like they're asking for a hotel room than some guy's basement.


Not only that, but they expect the house to be clean, and they use bagpipes, which aren't even punk instruments so they shouldn't be allowed ot use them
#20
That's fucking ridiculous. And Flatfoot 56 is really awesome live too. I might say they do one of the best shows out of all the local Chicago punk bands. But I happen to know that they're a pretty right-wing, religious band. So the whole thing kind of makes me giggle.
I would offer advice, but the only show I've booked was with bands that no one's heard of and they probably didn't know what a contract is.

(I know this thread is old but I'm sick so I really have nothing better to do than read them)
#21
at all the old threads, its actually kinda fun to see them again
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#22
yeah flatfoot 56 plays with a lot of sharp skinhead bands..
theyre a good live band( i saw them with the templars)
but nothing special
i think they have bagpipes but cant quite remember
#23
Meh, **** this band. When they played here they hassled this 14 year old kid for their money and got pissed at us because we only gave them 150 dollars... twenty of which I personally gave them... not to mention all the money I spent on food for them.

I hope they rot in hell. Their music sucks and their live show was nothing special.
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Quote by whyvern
Meh, **** this band. When they played here they hassled this 14 year old kid for their money and got pissed at us because we only gave them 150 dollars... twenty of which I personally gave them... not to mention all the money I spent on food for them.

I hope they rot in hell. Their music sucks and their live show was nothing special.


haha, old thread.

It looks like brain was right

They hassled a KID for their money? that is some ****ed up shit.
#26
yeah... and they said if ya don't know that song that yer not raised right... ****ing christian morons. They're never playing here again.
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#27
If yer playing in yer own town don't expect to make money. If yer playing a few towns over maybe like 30 bucks or so.
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#28
get in touch with the Marked Men in Denton. They're really nice guys.
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