Heh heh. There were three bands on the bill. Two of them I had never seen before, so I didn't know what to expect. So I walk in the door, and the band on stage is a group of older guys, like in their 50s, playing some bluesy rock and everybody in the bar was my age or older. Not that I have a problem with that. They were decent and I didn't mind watching them. I just couldn't see them being on the same bill as the band that I came to see. So I walk around some, and I find a doorway to a back room with another bar and somebody taking money and checking IDs. The girl asks me if I'm here for the show and I tell her, "Honestly, I'm confused as to what's going on here." And she tells me that there is going to be another show back here in the back room. So all right, I am in the right place. They didn't even have a stage back there. They just set up some amps and speakers in the corner of the room. Very makeshift. It was good, though. I enjoyed it. The crowd in the back room was a lot younger than the crowd at the stage. That is the problem that I find myself running into more and more lately. When I go to see a band like this, they draw a young crowd because the band is young themselves. I like the music and I enjoy the shows, but I feel kind of uncomfortable being in a room full of people that are almost all 10+ years younger than me. I don't want to be the dirty old man in the room.