September 17, 2013 – See more at: http://www.arcurrent.com/news-multi-author/2013/09/17/arcs-interim-presidents-seek-to-unite-faculty-provide-seamless-transition-for-student-body-2/#sthash.bUnb9L3V.dpuf
Jeff Gonzales, writer
Music triggers memories like few other things. The power of these memories can make even the worst band hold something personally special.
At Aftershock on Sept. 14, I remembered this.
Arriving a little late does not change much when your publisher has a press pass waiting for you. Walking past the ling line reminded me of the many times in years gone by I glared at someone doing what I was doing now.
The gates opened to an array of vendors and Monster Energy signs everywhere. I followed the crowd to the stage to watch as “Otherwise” began their set.
With the crunch of the guitar and the pounding of the drums, the bassist of the band bounded from the stage and started the first pit of the day. The crowds cheered as a handful of guys followed suit. The pit itself was weak but made for a good start to the day.