The fifth bi-annual TuffRock Music Festival at the Warren Harding Memorial at Mill Creek Station
was a huge success, thanx to Lars and Milo and everyone else that pitched in. The crowd was a little smaller than expected,
but the overall vibe was very positive, everyone seemed to notice the energy that grew as the night came.
All of the bands were top-notch, but the headliner, Hamsa Lila [from the Bay Area] was
a world class display of whirled world music, with an amazing blend of Indian and Islamic styles with latin carnival and regae
beats, with the amazing female vocals- it was a powerful experience. No one there was not dancing by the end of the
The local Tungsten City Band whipped out a tight performance earlier that day.
Chris Canales got to finally play with his brand-new custom Quicksilver. He had been waiting over a year for it, and
it was finally delivered at the eleventh hour to his eager hands. Check out this pic of the boys on stage at TuffRock.
This is a really novel venue, located in a historic tuff quarry, the stage is surrounded by little cliffs.