Well, given what I know about them now, I would do a few things differently. I wouldn't have the flyer be spooky. But it was my call. My mistake, I'll live with it. I wanted the support to play up to his garage roots. Hey, did an album with The Oblivians. I didn't know he liked techno and avant-garde noise stuff. Like I said, I probably was the wrong guy to promote this show. No regrets though. Everyone, artists included, had a good time.
I have nothing bad to say about Quintron and Miss P at all. I found them to be very nice. I'm into /promote mainly garage and heavy rock bands so it's easy for an artist who's mostly electronic to fly in under my radar. I probably was not the guy to be doing the show, but it worked out ok. Nobody else here would have done it. And it was a really fun show. He's an amazing performer. Btw, I really dig the piano keys border on this. Nice touch Steve! ;-)
Lighten up! He just did what the promoter told him to. And that promoter would be me. You wanna throw criticism at someone,throw it my way. True, I didn't know much about Quintron when I booked the show. The album I had was kinda spooky. Hell, the club they were playing at is called The CREEPY CRAWL!! If I remember correctly, wasn't the horse thief trying to steal those miniature horses a GRIM REAPER?! My god, it's just a small rock show in St.Louis at a club few dare to go to. Lighten up, indeed!