Power Salad - Power Salad was brilliant, but I have come to expect that. He had a few tech problems, but handled them wonderfully. Besides, you have to love anyone who covers Giles, Giles & Fripp.
the great Luke Ski - I actually kind of preferred the previous, cut down set. It was nice that there were things in both sets that I hadn't seen him do. I suppose I am a little jaded, since I think I have seen 10 Luke shows this year.
Carrie Dahlby - Carrie dear, you just keep getting better. You have a charm onstage that is wonderful. Someone else who I am really looking for new material from. I loved Devo's introduction of her, as the Carol Cleveland of Dementia.
Derwood Bowen III - Derwood and I had some words after my set, and I feel bad about it. Work on it, really. Prove me wrong, I'd love it, I really would.
Eric Coleman - Geeze, he sucked ... why do they let this guy onstage anywhere ???
Possible Oscar - I missed this one, sorry.
Positive Attitude - heh, I think I made it clear elsewhere, total demented audience destruction. I don't think that the recordings are as good as they are live, but I am still looking forward to a CD DAMMIT !!!
Sudden Death - Will you quit being so damn good !!!
Worm Quartet-mania - Not WQ, but an incredible simulation. Some folks did versions of WQ songs, I wish I had a guitar in the room, I woulda done Wookie Weenie.
the Gothsicles - My throat is still sore from yelling along ... DarkNES is one of the most fervent frontmen I have ever seen in a band, they were amazing. I can't wait to see them again.
Seamonkey - I missed this set, and feel the worse for it, but I wanted to be at the b-day party for a little bit and needed some down time if I was going to do that