Kepha Arcemont 
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Re: “Remembering The Warehouse

The Warehouse was the place to go back in the late 70's early 80's for us young rock-n-rollers, no internet, no cellphones, texting, to interfere with our experience. I got to see some great bands, Bob Marley (me, Jimmy and Alan Truitt danced our a$$es off at that concert), Lyrnyrd Skynyrd, Ted Nugent (my ears rang for 3 days), Blue Oyster Cult (cool laser light show with the mirrored ball), Rush, The Clash, Elvis Costello, Patti Smith, Journey, Marshall Tucker Band, Boston, etc...from 76-83, I attended a boat load of concerts, most were $5 shows. I had to laugh at several comments, such as having to pay to have your vehicle watched, the warehouse was outside the projects, and back in those days the parking was scarce so you had to park where you could along any street side and pay for protection from thieves; I had a pickup truck so we would fill her up for every concert and all go to the Warehouse when there were concerts; also passing out and not hitting the ground because you were held up by the other bodies crammed like sardines. If you had a place in front of the speakers, forget about your hearing! I owe some hearing loss to the Warehouse concerts!!! It was hot in the summer, the bathroom lines were terrible, but we would see many friends, make many more friends, and enjoyed every minute of those days of our youth! Miss those days of innocence! Wish I hadn't been so stoned or drunk at the time, and could remember more of the details of every anyone has any pictures that they can share, would love to see them, email at:

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Posted by Kepha Arcemont on 07/16/2012 at 7:34 AM

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