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Sunday, October 21, 2012 - 20:35

Number three in our series of interviews with bands playing at this year's Fest is reserved for Ceremony. Great band, awesome live show... another must see at the Fest!

PRT: What’s your favorite Fest venue to play in and why?
Andy: Maybe that apartment whose floor Paint It Black caved in years ago, though I'm fairly certain that wasn't an officially sanctioned The Fest venue. I still want to play a generator show inside the Gainesville police station. Someday.

PRT: Fest-bands play house shows, parking lot shows and hotel room shows. What's the most outrageous place you ‘ve ever played a show? And on that same note…where would you never want to play a show?
Andy: Outrageous? The back of a U-Haul in a parking lot. Never? A 21+ Live Nation show sponsored by a beer company.

PRT: What’s the one thing you need at Fest?
Andy: Espresso from Volta.

PRT: What's the best thing about the Fest?
Andy: Dillinger Four.

PRT: Why should people come see your band out of the zillion other bands at the Fest?
Andy: Because those who do are the best looking and most impeccable taste possessing attendees of The Fest. Everyone else is invited look elsewhere.

PRT: Name one artist that should really/never play The Fest. Why?
Andy: (Insert name of Christian band here.)

PRT: Name one thing Fest is missing. "Groupies" is not a valid answer.
Andy: The word "the".

Tom Dumarey
Tom Dumarey

Lacking the talent to actually play in a band, Tom decided he would write about bands instead. Turns out his writing skills are mediocre at best as well.