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Performing at the House of BluesChicago, IL -- Okay, I'm officially exhausted but it's been totally worth it. We've had three very full days of work concluding with a performance at the House of Blues. It's been a long but enjoyable weekend.

Derek and I had been looking forward to performing our dynamic suspension routine at the House of Blues for the IML XXX Victory Party since we first heard it would be a possibility several weeks ago. It's a performance we've done several times at venues throughout the country but it almost didn't happen at the House of Blues. The week before Derek suffered an injury to his left knee (don't ask) and we didn't know if he would be up for the performance until the day of the event. Then, we ran into some reservations from the powers that be regarding the scene. Luckily, Derek's knee was fine and an in person meeting with the folks at the venue calmed all fears. The show was on.

And what a show it was. The place was packed; there must have been thousands. The music was great and the professional lighting and fog machine added to the theatrics. It was an exhilarating experience. The picture above is all I've got thus far, but I had a photographer friend snap some pictures I hope to receive and post to a gallery soon. I'll keep you informed.