Well, after 7 years, we've called it quits. Some guys are relocating, some have their interests... we did the last of our final two shows last night at The Akron Civic Theater, and it was great. The first show was nearly sold out, last night was sold out just before show time. This is the way every band should call it quits - not with middle finger flipping or hard feelings of any kind, but with handshakes, sincere hugs and best wishes. When we first started the band, we thought that we'd be doing well if we were able to do a two year run. That was back in 2007. I'd say we exceeded our own expectations. The audience was awesome, and I've always loved playing The Civic, it's an ancient (1922) but absolutely gorgeous theater, the acoustics are incredible, FOH always sounds fantastic. The clouds you see in the picture below actually move across "the night sky"... stars twinkle, it's simply an amazing place.... not only in visuals and sound, but it also has a great "vibe" to it. You walk into this place and it makes you want to play your best. Here's a pic of "The Mighty Wurlitzer" organ, it's on an elevating platform, stored under the floor when not in use, and brought up with the push of a button. They still use it for silent film festivals. Here's a shot from the floor during a lighting check: I was very lucky, and felt privileged to have played in this band - great players, singers, and wonderful people as human beings. Anyway, just wanted to share. FWIW d. After 3 encores, it was a great way to bow out and say goodbye.