By Carey Langsner, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Correspondent
The Seventh Annual Supercrawl started Friday night in Hamilton, Ontario without the co-operation of Mother Nature. With the temperature dropping and the rains pouring down, the show went on. The festival runs a full line up of local acts through the weekend with the hometown favorites Terra Lightfoot opening and Monster Truck headlining Friday night.
Terra Lightfoot played to a very enthusiastic crowd on a wet stage, having to overcome some technical difficulties caused by the rain. Playing songs from her new CD as well as some from her past CDs, she had the crowd singing along through the entire set.
Monster Truck took over the main stage playing to a very sizeable crowd. Although the size of the crowd was considerably less than expected, due to the poor weather, those in attendance didn’t care about the weather as they sang along to every song as Monster Truck played songs from their CD Furiosity. The crowd was especially enthusiastic with Sweet Mountain River and truly appreciated Monster Truck’s performance. Weather aside, they were a true a crowd pleaser!
VIDEOS from SuperCrawl – Monster Truck
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I am now living in Paris.No no no … the other Paris. Paris Ontario Canada.
I am the Ontario, Canada correspondent for Rock At Night covering music and summer festivals in pictures and words.
I grew up in the 70’s (gasp!) going to the concerts of some of the best hard rock and punk groups to ever make music.Music seems to have always been involved in my life one way or another.I even met my wife in a bar when I was working with a band and we have been together ever since.Working with Rock at Night feeds my concert and photography addicts.
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