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The Importance of Rocking a Small Crowd
Posted by Administrator at Wednesday, May 28th, 2008 at 7:15AM :: Email this article :: Print this article

This past Thursday I went to a show at Cousin Larry’s in Danbury, CT that featured three former Artists Of The Week; Braille (pictured above), Sketch Tha Cataclysm and Chase Davis. The crowd, even for a Thursday night, was sparse. I always feel for the performers on nights like these, especially Braille, who is in the middle of a nationwide tour. I sit and wonder what’s going through their minds as the hours pass and they realize this really is the entire crowd. Thankfully, Braille, Sketch and Chase were consummate professionals and rocked the stage as if the crowd was a thousand people deep (that's true passion for ya!). After thinking about it a bit I realized shows like these can actually make or break an artist. Let me explain.

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