Basically, I've been a musician, playing in clubs in and around
of Columbia Missouri for 15 years or so .
A lot of the bands I've played in specialised in psychedelic and classic rock styles and
I've always had an interest in vintage instruments, lighting PA equipment etc. etc. .
In '96 I got a chance to see The Allman Brothers
Band and was completly blown away by the light show, especially
the liquid lights.
I thought it would be cool to incorporate liquids into our band and set out to figure out how it was done.
A year or so later I got a chance to meet Peter and Chris of The Brotherhood Of Light and they kinda' took me under their wings and pointed me in some of the right directions .
Since then I've done shows with : Govt. Mule, Leftover Salmon, Little Feat, Widespread Panic, The Derek Trucks Band, Black Oak Arkansas ,The North Mississipi All-Stars , Gallactic, Jazz Mandolin Project and many others.
I like to
think that I bring my experience and instincts as a musician to my liquids and I feel it should always be a visual interpretation of whats going on with the music .
No one ,in my opinion ,is better at this than Brotherhood Of Light. They continue to push the light show
envelope and seem to get better year after year.
Tom "Artie" Lindsey - July 2002
Liquid Karma Lightshow
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