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We did an action Sunday evening, and it was crazy!



L to R: Stefan, Kristin, me, Jason, and a guy whose name I don't know

We started in Tompkins Square and disrupted a Renaissance Faire: )

Then we joined the party—it was actually a party for the Red Queen—and went with them to The Bell House in Brooklyn. I had played there before and the guy at the door recognized me. )

To enlist or see videos of baritoneARMY, go to the YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/baritoneARMY

The Bell House is here; HTML wasn't allowing me to put a link within a link.
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We did an action Sunday evening, and it was crazy!



L to R: Stefan, Kristin, me, Jason, and a guy whose name I don't know

We started in Tompkins Square and disrupted a Renaissance Faire: )

Then we joined the party—it was actually a party for the Red Queen—and went with them to The Bell House in Brooklyn. I had played there before and the guy at the door recognized me. )

To enlist or see videos of baritoneARMY, go to the YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/baritoneARMY

The Bell House is here; HTML wasn't allowing me to put a link within a link.
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I only managed to snap a few pix of the Halloween parade Sunday before the battery in my camera died.


These guys call themselves "The Drunkard's Wife"


And these guys call themselves "BaritoneARMY." (In Low Notes We Trust)


This is Matt, the bass sax player; without his makeup, he looks pretty harmless.


This is the Parkside Bar and Grill—don't let the name fool you; they don't serve food—where I played my sax Tuesday night with The Drunkard's Wife. So much fun!


The Drunkard's Wife has an electric bassoon player; and remember, they don't serve food, so after a few drinks, everything starts to look like this.
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I only managed to snap a few pix of the Halloween parade Sunday before the battery in my camera died.


These guys call themselves "The Drunkard's Wife"


And these guys call themselves "BaritoneARMY." (In Low Notes We Trust)


This is Matt, the bass sax player; without his makeup, he looks pretty harmless.


This is the Parkside Bar and Grill—don't let the name fool you; they don't serve food—where I played my sax Tuesday night with The Drunkard's Wife. So much fun!


The Drunkard's Wife has an electric bassoon player; and remember, they don't serve food, so after a few drinks, everything starts to look like this.
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