Posted by Billyjam, October 2, 2007 02:08pm | Post a Comment
If, like me, you were unable to attend the San Francisco Amoeba Music instore by legendary pioneering San Francisco punk rock band Crime in celebration of their new vinyl album Exalted Masters a couple of Fridays ago, then, no doubt, you too are curious as to how the event went.

Read on to check out the review that my man David Suisman wrote about it as well as peep all 24 photos taken during the Haight Street store free, all-ages concert in the Amoeba Music online gallery right here. And as you can see from the crowd shot (below left), the show was very well attended.

Additionally, if you missed reading it in advance of the September 21st concert, you can go back and check the Bay Area Crew Amoeblog titled "San Francisco Is Still Doomed (Still)," crime instore amoeba which is a really excellent in-depth preview of the event & interview with Crime's Hank Rank and Johnny Strike. Strike incidentally was also signing copies of his new book A Loud Humming Sound Came From Above (Rudos and Rubes).