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Endpoint reunion show tickets & venue

Monday, February 22nd, 2010

Tickets for the Endpoint reunion show/benefit for Jason Noble will go on sale this Friday (2/26/2010) at 10AM. Get down to Ear X-Tacy or jump on Ticketweb while you can. As Headliner’s has been settled on, this will almost definitely sell out. Tickets are reportedly $15 advance, $18 day of show, but I’ll be shocked if you can get ’em that day. As Mr. Bailey points out the Ear X tickets will be cash only, but you’ll save $6-$8 on ticket “convenience” fees by paying cash.

Ear X-Tacy will supposedly have 400 tickets, Ticketweb will have 375, and wild and Wooly will have 25. Get them as quick as you can.

Ear X-Tacy | Ticketweb | Wild & Wooly

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Endpoint – May 2010 – Reunion Show Benefit for Jason Noble

Sunday, January 10th, 2010

Endpoint – May 2010 – Reunion Show Benefit for Jason Noble. More details coming soon.

Update 1: The lineup will likely be Chad Castetter, Pat McClimans, and of course Rob and Duncan. Drumming duties will be handled by Thommy Browne and maybe shared with Lee Fetzer.

Update 2: Via Duncan Barlow’s Facebook (from TBrowne):

As many of my friends have undoubtedly read or heard through the grapevine, Endpoint has agreed upon doing a reunion show in 2010. There will be, understandably, some grumbling from critics. It seems that the 2000s have been plagued with reunions, my bands Guilt and BTGOG being guilty of this; however, Endpoint was a band that swore that we would never reunite. We had several good reasons against reuniting. One of which was that the band was a very important part of our youth, a force that matured us and taught us much about what it was to be adult. Listening to the records, one can hear us growth through the years musically and emotionally. To put it in a Dickensian manner, they were the best of times and the worst of times. We loved and hated each other the way a family does. To reunite felt silly, like a family gathering to relive the great Christmas of 1987 or something of that manner. However, somethings are greater than ourselves. In this case it is our sense of community. The request for an Endpoint reunion has come up, as you might imagine, every year since we disbanded. We never wanted to do it. However, when a good friend of ours grew seriously ill, we decided that the time was right and that coming to his aid was vastly more important than breaking a promise we made in 1994 to never reunite. We know that we will receive much criticism from friends, former fans, and enemies alike; however, we don’t care. We are not doing this reunion to relive a nostalgic glory, and we most certainly will not profit monetarily from this; we are doing this because it is the right thing to do. Louisville is a special town. Although I moved away ten years ago, it is in my veins as much as my blood. It is a gem of a town where we always look out for each other no matter how much time has passed. For those who wish to attend, we will do our best to make the show special, to sound good, to stay true to the original form of the band. This is our promise to anyone who comes. No, it won’t be the same as it was years ago, we all know this, but it will be a very special event. We hope you will come out, if not for the band, for our dear friend.

Kindest Regards,
duncan b. barlow