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INTERVIEW WITH SPARKY, THE MANAGER OF THE AGORA BALLROOM. DISCUSSES THE CHARITY ROCK SHOWS HE'S PUTTING ON AT THE AGORA FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY. TALKS ABOUT PUTTING CHARITABLE GIGS ON MONDAY NIGHTS BECAUSE PEOPLE DON'T NORMALLY GO OUT ON MONDAYS. SAYS BUDWEISER IS A SPONSOR. TALKS ABOUT LOCAL RADIO STATION WORKING WELL WITH THE AGORA BALLROOM. TALKS ABOUT LOCAL BANDS PLAYING THERE.
TALKS ABOUT CROWDS. OLDER CROWDS WHO COME TO SEE STEPPENWOLF WANT TO SIT DOWN. AND WITH U2 OR THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS YOU HAVE MORE DANCING. INTERVIEW END. SPARKY REMOVES LAPEL MICROPHONE.
UNKNOWN BAND WITH FEMALE LEAD SINGER (LOCAL ATLANTA BAND?) PERFORMS ON STAGE AT THE AGORA BALLROOM ATLANTA. AT TIMES PAINFUL VOCALS. BAND MAY BE CALLED "MOODS".
CHAZ SHUKAT IN MOCK INTERVIEW. PRETENDS TO STAB HIMSELF IN THE CHEST USING A MICROPHONE.
INTERVIEW WITH JOE HARRIS, MANAGER OF CHARLIE PICKETT AND THE EGGS. TALKS ABOUT "BREAKING" A BAND. GETTING THEM NOTICED AND ON THE MAP. LIGHTS CIGARETTE. LOTS OF BACKGROUND NOISE. ASKED ABOUT WHY CHARLIE PICKETT COULD BE A HIT. MAKES IT SOUND LIKE THEY HAVE A DIFFICULT ROAD AHEAD. AUDIO PROBLEMS TOWARD THE END.
INTERVIEW WITH SOMEONE NAMED TED ABOUT HOW TOUGH IT IS TO GET THEIR SINGLE HEARD.
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