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Monday, July 27, 2009

Belly and Nipple Signings

Tonight we played at Marine Corps Base Quantico which is a major United States Marine Corps training base. It is a huge base that houses over 12,000 military and civilian personnel and is the home of the Marine Corps Officer Candidates School.

There is a very famous anecdote in which a U.S. Army major visited the wounded in a WWI French hospital in 1918. As the story goes, the major asked a young soldier if he was indeed an American. "No sir," he replied, "I'm a Marine."

These Marines today were loud, proud, and VERY ENTHUSIASTIC! We had one of the best shows we have had in a while. The attendance was bigger, and the encore ended up with a few hundred Marines and families screaming and chanting at the front of the stage and making us feel all awesome :)

These guys were cracking me up. One of the guys said he lost his voice singing along with us :) He was quite raspy.


I like belly and nipple signings.

And umm... here was a first... one guy asked me to sign his Parole Officer's business card. Whoa. I didn't ask why he was on parole!


Erik plays the violin!


Lauren knew ALL the words to my songs:


How many Marines does it take to take down a banner?
At least 6.


But when you hang it over 2 beds, and it still hangs over the sides... you can see WHY it took so many! They had quite a few of these plastered around the base, and I was so excited they wanted to give us one!


The Single Marine Program Members that brought us to Quantico and put this whole event together! They did an increible job. The stage was awesome, the RV they had FOR us backstage was awesome, and they really put a lot into advertising. They told us they had been showing my promo video as a preview in their theater before movies on base for weeks! How COOL!


I was their first concert!


Here's just a few more pics, but you can see them ALL on facebook!










Peace. Love. Fiddle.
~natalie

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1 Comments:

Blogger Natalie's Favorite Farm Boy Fan : ) said...

You done did it now !!

We've got a crowd of Farm Boys that heard you is coming to Ft. Campbell about 2 months from now, and they is already camping out in front of our Shady Grove Natalie Stovall Museum and Laundry Pond in hopes of getting their nipples and bellies signed.

I hope you bring a lot of Sharpy pens because they is some really big bellies here : )

July 27, 2009 at 1:05 PM  

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