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Best Stagecoach Ever

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You might remember Gregory Tree from when we interviewed him before he and his band The Hollow Trees were to play Stagecoach out in Indio.

Well luckily Greg is an accomplished blogger and he has a full-on report from yesterday's Stagecoach on his blog, plus lots of photos and even a video clip. Here's a taste from Mr. Tree who seemed to be hooked up pretty nicely back in the Artist's area:

We were all set by 10, but the fest didn't open till 12, so we decided to walk around. We checked out the shaded artist's lounge with the free candy and beer. The ladies went to sign up for their complimentary massages while I roamed around the grounds taking pictures and getting my souvenir t-shirt before the crowds came. Our set time was 2pm so we headed over to catering right when it opened at noon. I got a burger and some pizza (and snickers) to-go and took it back to the trailer for later. At about 1 we called for more golf carts to take us over to the Dome where the Half-Pint Hootenanny was.The Dome

At the Dome we met Karen, the promoter who put together the kid's entertainment. They had face painting, roping, costumes for pictures, and other activities. There were some great trick-shooters and lasso toting cowboys wandering around, including our emcee Cowboy Hotshot McGee.

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