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REPORTING · 3rd August 2010
Merv Ritchie
George Little Park was crowded Saturday afternoon as the Head Pins took to the stage. An '80's group which was founded on the band Chilliwack, the Head Pins had some great singles and touring success. Terrace was entertained this past weekend by a group with distinct notoriety.

“Don’t It Make You Feel Like Dancin’, Yeah Yeah, Don’t It Make Ya Feel Alright.”

On my count this song was performed twice. It was one of their more famous singles. The band came out for three encore performances. Hundreds, maybe thousands, we couldn’t count, filled the park. Tony from Sight and Sound, the technical sound equipment suppliers, explained how much better the new stage and performance center is. The previous bandshell reflected the sounds internally such that the feed back and interference conflicted with itself. The sound control this weekend was exceptional in their considered opinion.

A notable performance of the evening was a solo by the Head Pins new lead guitarist. His lamenting solo, as he began, seemed to serenade a fairwell to his predessesor who passed away due to cancer.

Watch this short video of the serenade HERE.

Don’t it make you feel like dancing HERE.

Another performance HERE
Good show
Comment by Walter Fricke on 3rd August 2010
Breakin' Down was always my favourite, with Turn it Loud a close second.