Gig Etiquette

September 2008
Dolly;Sep2008, Issue 455, p141
An interview with two members of the Australian rock band The Living End. Because the group is famous for their live shows, Chris Cheney discloses to readers the group's gig etiquette. When asked about their most rock 'n' roll moment, drummer Andy Strachan cites visiting the Playboy Mansion in Hollywood.


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