Capitalist at house show convinces photojournalist to change career goals
When I ran into Summer Ruisseaux on Friday night at New Brookland Tavern she was a bit apprehensive about hosting a house show on Saturday with Say Brother and the New Orleans based choose your own adventure classical metal band, Cauche Mar. The local alt-weekly had published her street address and the thought of a large crowd of randoms in her home raised the ceiling of unexpectancy. "Are you coming?" she asked.
The dude on the left let me keep my beer in his cooler and gave me a spiel about how I needed to adapt a new business plan where I manage a group of photographers to shoot weddings. Super, I'd be involved in weddings and I wouldn't be using a camera.
This will be my last post.
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The diversity of the crowd is epic.
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