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Got all the lithos from the shows I've been to so far up in my basement music room    

Thank you to everybody who helped make this possible. You know who you are

Maybe some of you would like to see a poster design that went unapproved.  I figure it would be fun to see.  This was supposed to be for the Vegas shows for tomorrow and Saturday.  Since there hasn't

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9 hours ago, Rockytop said:

https://imgur.com/a/VizDVtW

I wanted to give a huge public thank you to @The Holographic Universe for his very generous gift to a total stranger!!

I love the New Zealand litho, and I don't know how you could pick a better frame for it than he did. 

I'm excited to hang it up tonight, and not just because I think it's an amazing piece of art, but because it represents a selfless act. 

Much gratitude to you. 

Very cool man!

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I LOVE the lithograph from last night.  Great show as always, made better by catching up with 30 or so friends pre-show.  I grew up in the greater Charlotte area and was in Jr. High when the Hornets came to town back in 1988.  What I love is how they tied in the Hornets basketball team, but not so direct to athletics as the Hornets moniker has a long history with the Charlotte area.

In 1780, British commander, Lord Cornwallis was leading his troops in what was known as the Southern Theatre. It was a British attempt to win over loyalist in the southern states. His campaign began in Charleston, SC and headed north

That is when he encountered heavy resistance from the people of Mecklenburg. During the war, British Commander Lord Cornwallis referred to Mecklenburg as “a veritable hornet’s nest of rebellion.” Since then, the “Hornets” moniker has appeared throughout Charlotte history. From 1901 to 1972 there was a minor league baseball team by the same name. Also, UNCC and Davidson play annually for the Hornets Nest trophy each basketball season.

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1 hour ago, TigerBubba said:

I LOVE the lithograph from last night.  Great show as always, made better by catching up with 30 or so friends pre-show.  I grew up in the greater Charlotte area and was in Jr. High when the Hornets came to town back in 1988.  What I love is how they tied in the Hornets basketball team, but not so direct to athletics as the Hornets moniker has a long history with the Charlotte area.

In 1780, British commander, Lord Cornwallis was leading his troops in what was known as the Southern Theatre. It was a British attempt to win over loyalist in the southern states. His campaign began in Charleston, SC and headed north

That is when he encountered heavy resistance from the people of Mecklenburg. During the war, British Commander Lord Cornwallis referred to Mecklenburg as “a veritable hornet’s nest of rebellion.” Since then, the “Hornets” moniker has appeared throughout Charlotte history. From 1901 to 1972 there was a minor league baseball team by the same name. Also, UNCC and Davidson play annually for the Hornets Nest trophy each basketball season.

As another long-time resident of Charlotte, I second this.  This litho is sooooo good for the above reasons, I was really pumped when I saw it.  Love the Charlotte skyline in the background too.  I had to protect them in the pit but they emerged unscathed.  

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