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Excellent article. In addition to a booking agent's misperception of Miami, there's also the bad rep Florida has because of the skinhead problem from the 80's. Lots of bands still have not made their way downhere.

Good point Ed. Though I always felt that was a lot worse in central florida than down in Miami. I think also its just a long drive to and from Miami with nothing in between. Tom knows about long drives to shows that don't necessarily produce much. It sucks. And by the way, Tom's description of the show is right on. Its a must see, even after a ten year layoff.

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