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ALL @ Azul Tequila's (Las Vegas) May 2011

Saturday as the Punk Rock Bowling weekend began there was some afterparty shows. The one that I could not pass up though was All and Down By Law show at Azuls. Not only was this going to be my first All show in probably 15 years, it was going to be with all 3 singers. YES. it's true,  Dave Smalley, Scott Reynolds and Chad Price! So I ventured out into the desert for an incredible night. I missed the rest of the festivities, biggest one's that I regret being Descendents and Cock Sparrer but the All show was a blast and well worth the drive back the same night, when the show ended at 3 in the morning too.  Dave Smalley did 5 songs, while both Scott and Chad had full sets of their classics. Suprisingly the highlights for me was Scott doing the songs from Allroys Revenge...

All (Dave Smalley)

All (Chad Price)

All (Scott Reynolds)




Down By Law

Down By Law

Endless Monster

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