Martini Shot Band
B Street Bash
Pueblo, Colorado

Friday, June 9, 2006

Martini Shot Band:
Andy Clementi, lead vocals/guitar
Brook Mead, bass/vocals
Brian Person, trumpet
Rob Smith, saxophone/keyboards/vocals
Greg Trujillo, drums
Ryan "Sizzle Pizzle" Walter, lead guitar/vocals
yes, we all know who they are, but I need to keep my pages consistent, don't I? ;)

A friend and I went to Pueblo to see the Martini Shot Band at the B Street Bash. We had enjoyed it in 2005 and figured it would be fun to see again. The area near the stage on B Street was very crowded, many people wanted to see the Martini Shot there.

It was really good to see the band again and their music was as good as ever. For most of the show I was right at the front, which allowed me to indulge in my habit of watching the guitarists' hands but made for a rather unusual angle to take pictures from.

I did not keep a set list on this evening. There was a good mix of Martini Shot originals and cover tunes, and everyone was having a good time.

Andy playing to the crowd

Brook and Brian

Rob vocalizing

Sizzle Pizzle on trombone

Brook, playing (jazz style!) and singing


Sizzle Pizzle contemplating the trombone

Brook taking pictures of the audience

Brian and Rob

Andy on guitar

Sizzle Pizzle

Brian in action

Sizzle Pizzle in a solo


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Brook's hands

Ryan's hands


Brian playing air guitar trumpet

Ryan concentrating on his guitar solo

Sizzle Pizzle and Andy

Brian and Rob

Lead Singer Andy

Brian and Rob

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