Head over to Phan Art to check out an interview by Chris Stowell (@chris_22) with Christopher Pike, known to forum users as @CaptainPookie. Among his many artistic endeavors, the Captain creates paintings for fans based upon their favorite shows, such as this one based on Bethel 2011:
Pookie was among the volunteers who prepared the scenery on the festival grounds at Superball IX. You can read about Pookie's experiences at Watkins Glen here and here, and you can see more of his paintings in his Facebook photo album.
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May 23, 2000
17 years ago
 Began in the key of G before switching to its normal key of A for an extended jam at Trey’s on-stage request.
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