June 04, 2011, 15:27PM
Yeah! Here's hoping Seth is good.. I've seen a couple video's of him online, and he seems pretty good. :)
And yes! Chris August rocks. :P He's awesome live. One of the times I saw him live, was at Winter Jam, and he sang his "Candy Wrap" song... It was a scream. :P He loves his candy!
May 27, 2011, 14:01PM
Awesome, thanks! :) I'll be sure to check out that link ASAP.
And haha, awesome! xD I hope I could see Skillet sometime! Have you seen them perform with their new guitarist, Seth, yet? I hear he's pretty good! :)
And thanks. ;P Chris August is awesome. I've met him twice, and he's an awesome dude! :)
May 24, 2011, 14:49PM
Haha! I totally agree. Mike would make the best comedian. ;)
And awesome! I've been DYING to see Skillet live sometime. I've heard they're amazing. :O
And I couldn't agree more, all concerts are awesome. ;)
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