20th Anniversary of Band That Holds Wetlands Attendance Record
December 30, 1989 has long been identified as the most packed evening in the twelve year history of former New York venue, Wetlands Preserve. Performing at the club that night was Phish (remember them?) and Virginia-based group Indecision (which at the time had a significant east coast fan base). While Indecision stopped steady gigging in 1993 the band has continued to perform off and on over the years. The group is now marking the onset of its third decade with the release of _ The Great Road_ which was produced by David Lowery (Cracker, Camper Van Beethoven). Given the band members’ many other commitments, it currently has two shows scheduled for the coming months, with the next taking place on January 29 at the Visulite Theatre in Charlotte.