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The Rock-itt : October 2009
it was really sweet to witness. The crowd were a great bunch of kids who were all patient and behaving wonderfully and all doing exactly as they were asked to do. When Short Stack finally approached the stage, the crowd erupted into a roar of screaming! The 3 guys took their seats and played 3-4 songs with the enthusiastic crowd singing along and screaming at the same time. Shaun (the singer of the group) seemed very comfortable and confident as he spoke to the hundreds of their eager fans. Shaun also told them that they would be signing autographs after the show where they could meet and greet the band. I have to say that Short Stack really did an outstanding job of signing autographs and having their photo taken with each fan that requested one. The line of fans seemed to snake forever it seemed, yet each and every one of them were not disappointed as they savoured the moment of meeting the boys and walking away with an autograph and/or photograph to be treasured forever. All in all, it was an extremely successful day. The newly vamped superior sound of the Centre Stage was awesome. Quite a few employees of the surrounding eateries who experience each and every event presented on the stage, commented on how fantastic it sounded. They said it was the best sound they had heard in a very long time. We understand that this amazing amphitheatre at Warringah Mall will regularly stage musical acts of many different genres. In fact the following week Robert Wells and his band from Sweden performed there live. Wells a certified piano prodigy, is travelling alongside three other musicians and working through the ground-breaking Rhapsody in Rock series. Incorporating blues, popular music, boogie-woogie and rock'n'roll, it's apparently one of the most popular and unique shows to come out of Sweden. The Mall could likely become a new and exciting venue for both local and touring international artists to promote their new musical releases in conjunction with Mall Music. We look forward to keeping The Rock-Itt magazine posted as to what's been happening at the Mall and possibly about future upcoming events.