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Monday, July 06 2009

Gunfight/Anti Nowhere League

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Posted: July 6, 2009

DUANE PETERS GUNFIGHT &
ANTI-NOWHERE LEAGUE

Photos and words: Schmitty

It was 9pm when I got an urgent call from Lance Conklin (who's now playing bass for Duane Peters' Gunfight). Their van had broken down 14 miles out of SF, and they needed someone with a hitch to come pull their trailer to Thee Parkside so they could play. We called around franticly and found that all our bros with hitches were either out of town or out at a bar and unable to man the wheel. Out of nowhere came the Skull Candy RV, landing Duane and the boys curbside just in time to load their equipment and play ahead of the Anti-Nowhere League. I usually don't review shows on the site, but this was a good one. Here's some photos:

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Duane's band had a black eye party the night before


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The bearded dude used to do graphics for Lucky Skateboards


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Corey Duffel and Jim Thiebaud


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Anti-Nowhere League

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Lars of Rancid in the mix

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