Band vamped at begining waiting for Andy Moroz to get his sheet music from backstage.
During “Samson Variation” Trey playfully chided Andy Moroz, who had to run back to the band room to get his music for the song; Trey suggested that the audience focus in on the trombone part to make sure it is perfect. This gig featured the debut of “Plasma,” that Trey said was written backstage that very day.
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