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Date: Wednesday, 3rd of May 2000 957337200 (17 years 148 days ago)
Venue: Echo Lounge
Location: Atlanta Georgia USA
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Performers
Pat Fish ( guitar, vocals ) , Max Eider ( guitar, vocals ) , Steve Valentine ( bass ) , Owen Jones ( drums, vocals )
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Interview

The Madcap Speaks Pat Fish of the Jazz Butcher Conspiracy (Atlanta, GA, USA), 3rd of May, 2000 (Wednesday)

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May Pat nick your guitar?
I remember the excitement knowing that we would be opening the show for longtime lounge heroes. Shortly into the set Pat broke a string and I remember his girlfriend asking me ever so quaintly, “..if pat could nick my guitar...” Well your damn straight he can. The Jazz Butcher playing my guitar? You’re bloody right. He played exquisitely and the show was well received. Got some great pictures to share too.
Credit: the jung generation (Wednesday, 25th of January 2006 - 11 years 244 days ago)
Early Breakfast after the set
Some how after the set I ended up having breakfast with the band, I was really smashed so I do not remember much, loved the show though, I also have a copy of the Tribute CD, that the Jung Generation made a contibution.
Credit: Andy San Diego (Thursday, 29th of July 2010 - 7 years 58 days ago)
Interesting to think of this now
15 years after the fact, I still recall this as one of the 5 most enjoyable nights of my life. The only time to date, and probably ever, that I saw the boys live. It was also the beginning of an obsession with bowling shirts that continues unabated to this day. I have to have one on to properly enjoy Shakey.
Credit: Clark in the Park (Sunday, 29th of May 2016 - 1 year 117 days ago)

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  • Interesting to think of this now
    clark.morgan[at]-remove-gmail.com - Clark in the Park
    29May2016 4:25 PM (1 year 117 days ago)
    15 years after the fact, I still recall this as one of the 5 most enjoyable nights of my life. The only time to date, and probably ever, that I saw the boys live. It was also the beginning of an obsession with bowling shirts that continues unabated to this day. I have to have one on to properly enjoy Shakey.
  • Early Breakfast after the set
    adecelles[at]-remove-gmail.com - Andy San Diego
    29Jul2010 7:10 PM (7 years 58 days ago)
    Some how after the set I ended up having breakfast with the band, I was really smashed so I do not remember much, loved the show though, I also have a copy of the Tribute CD, that the Jung Generation made a contibution.
  • May Pat nick your guitar?
    thejunggeneration[at]-remove-yahoo.com - the jung generation
    25Jan2006 7:29 PM (11 years 244 days ago)
    I remember the excitement knowing that we would be opening the show for longtime lounge heroes. Shortly into the set Pat broke a string and I remember his girlfriend asking me ever so quaintly, “..if pat could nick my guitar...” Well your damn straight he can. The Jazz Butcher playing my guitar? You’re bloody right. He played exquisitely and the show was well received. Got some great pictures to share too.