September 18, 2009
A smooth and easy solo electric guitar riff from Rich tickled the opening of The Pneurotics set.
it didn't take long for Rich's passion filled guitar performance to drench through his shirt.
Bonnie Pivacek of Sequoya offered back-up vocals on those songs which she joined The Pneurotics for in the recordings of Second Skin.
A bonafied sweetheart, Mimi took every opportunity to address her crowd of friends between songs with genuine and exuberance for their outpouring of love and excitement for the event.
The Local 506 stage room was deep with The Pneurotics lovers
shoulder to shoulder camera wielders met The Pneurotics at the forward of the stage all night.
The Pneurotics closed the night with an epic performance of Second Skin's pedigreed track "Indian Tune" which filled the stage with contributing musicians.
Pink Flag's Betsy Shane lent her copiously driven guitar to the "Indian Tune" ensemble.
Joe Hall matching wits with Rich McLaughlin in a breath taking guitar refrain during the "Indian Tune" outtro.
Tad Jackson and Steve Oliva of Rat Jackson heating up the opening slot of the night with the pageantry of their indie rockabilly
Steve Oliva enjoying a moment of heightened awareness
Steve Oliva, one of this town's hottest most expert electric guitar wielders salutes Rich as his superior which is followed by whistles, hoots, and a red-faced Rich McLaughlin.
Card tricks on the sidewalk between sets
Faces in the crowd from left; Jeremy Blair of Jeremy Blair From Effingham, Seth Martin of The Sinful Savage Tigers, Bonnie and Matthew of Sequoya.
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SCNP would like to extend an offer of a rain-check to The Travesties whose middle slot performance between Rat Jackson and The Pneurotics went unphotographed as bar room antics occupied our attention. Please accept our apologies. We were however, listening intently.