Amy C. VanHoose 
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Re: “Local audiences need a lesson in etiquette

I concur that this happens not only in Charleston but elsewhere as well. I saw Peter Himmelman at a venue in Aspen many years back, and when he couldn't get the loud folks at the bar in the back to be quiet, he asked anyone who was actually there for the music to follow him outside, and led us to a spot on the side of the mountain for a beautifully starlit acoustic set. I had the same problem at several Music Farm shows while living in C-town, most notably Bela Fleck & the Flecktones and Medeski, Martin, & Wood. It seems to be worse with "lesser-known" bands on slower nights in town, when the student population will turn out for a show because it's the only thing going on and not because they actually are familiar with the band. Sad.

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Posted by Amy C. VanHoose on April 24, 2013 at 5:11 PM
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