This was a completely unplanned show, pushing the limits of what I knew from memory (without using chord charts) on the acoustic guitar. This once-in-a-lifetime performance of "Restorative Justice," an impromptu ad-hoc band named after the class of the same name taught by the host of the evening's revelry, would not have been possible except that I happened to have my guitar in the trunk of my car. I had been practicing with Sonogasm earlier in the afternoon before heading out to Professor Coyle's end-of-semester party.
Band: Restorative Justice
Venue: Professor Coyle's Apartment
Location: Tempe, AZ
Vocals: Shane Schoenrock (Two and a Half Weeks)
Guitars, backing vocals: Mike Bahr (Sonogasm)
Other act(s): none
1. Selling the Drama (Live)
2. Plush (Stone Temple Pilots)
3. Black (Pearl Jam)
4. Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd)
5. Twelve-Bar Blues (Traditional)
- followed by acoustic-guitar karaoke for everyone who cared to sing
Nothin' but good, clean drunken fun.