Happy labor day

It’s been somewhat of a lost six weeks here at TONE, but we’ve been very busy getting organized for the fall season of shows.

We will be attending CEDIA next week in Denver, the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest and of course CES in January. So if you see us zooming around, stop and say hello. We look forward to talking with you.

And to top it off, I now have a clean desk. I’m savoring this picture because this doesn’t happen often.

140 decibels and D-Cups galore

Where else do you get maximum rock and roll combined with mostly naked women?

At CrueFest, of course.

Trapt, Sixx-AM, Papa Roach and Buckcherry got the party started for the legendary glam rockers, but when Motley Crue hit the stage, the fireworks went off and the sound level went up dramatically.

A good time was had by all. The Crue rocked the house, playing a good combination of their hits mixed in with most of the tunes from their newest album Saints Of Los Angeles. And it just wouldn’t be a Crue concert without Tommy Lee getting out the boob cam. Cool as this is in theory, I get the feeling that this plays a lot better in Los Angeles. Not that the Portland crowd was any less willing to take their top off for Tommy, it wasn’t necessarily in the best interest for many of them.

But hey, that’s rock and roll.