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URL icon « Reply #15 on: August 01, 2007, 09:31:38 AM »

a couple people told me that there was a deer over in the blanket area of the pit.... it got backed into the corner, freaked out, then jumped over the fence and through the crowd...

but it wasn't during NC, it was much earlier that day...


Same deer...different time.


It happened. Brian has documented numerous testimonials to confirm the deer during Nickel Creek's set.

It was either a mass hallucination, or perhaps Ferg accidentally conjured a deer whilst trying to conjure the moon at Chris Thile's request.

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URL icon « Reply #16 on: August 01, 2007, 10:12:07 AM »

Actually it was just Duk Tape Man trying out his Halloween costume.  LOL LOL

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URL icon « Reply #17 on: August 04, 2007, 09:38:56 AM »

I'm not exactly sure why but it was much easier for me to sit and listen to the music at RG than TBF.  Maybe it was due to my awesome friends kept getting nice spots in the semi-shade or that I had a scaled down set up.  I'm with Daniella on the music.  I've seen/heard Sam for the last three years but this time, I fell in love.  That was sooooo much fun.  I'm still getting to know names of musicians but I loved when the four men were playing and showing honor and tribute to the unique style of the older mandolin player.  I liked when they were explaining chords - I was hoping that some musician out there was listening and understood because it was a foreign language to me.  Cadillac sky was fun on stage but more fun in the streets when we met, I invited them to do a house concert in LA, we'll see about that.  Then when they played for the "tarp ticket" line after midnight.  I had a good laugh and nice dance to the bluegrass BeeGee song - was that stayin' alive?  Too funny.  It was fun to dance and be swirled by the guy who wears skirts.  Come to think of it, maybe CSI mike wasn't smiling because he forgot his skirt!
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