, attached to 1991-09-28

Review by Paulb

Paulb John - Interesting to hear from someone who worked security. That show was a blast. I didn't realize Trey was on blades until he came zooming by me. That was me and some of my friends that "liberated" the skates form the front room. We used to have roller skating parties for St. Marks school there and unbelievably those old skates were still back there. I remember that back door being open. I have my ticket stub still from the Neitzche's show, but I only remember a hand stamp from the Amherst Roller Rink show. Do you remember if there were ever any actual tickets? Anyway, we all lived in the neighborhood so it made the party that much more easy. Great times and some of my best memories.


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