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Published: 2009/12/23

Umphrey’s McGee’s Joel Cummins to Play with Tiny Boxes Tonight

Umphrey’s McGee’s Joel Cummins will perform at Richmond, VA’s Cary Street Café tonight. The keyboardist will sit in with Tiny Boxes for two sets. Tiny Boxes is a new project led by Gongzilla’s Bon Lozaga. Cummins and members of Derek Trucks Band contribute to the band’s first recording.

Cary Street Café’s regular Wednesday night act LarJar will also perform. Admission to the show is free of charge. Umphrey’s McGee will kick off its holiday run at Chicago’s Vic Theatre on December 29.


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Volkan August 9, 2012, 05:44:03

We are from upstate New York. In 2006 my wife and I made famliy plans to visit our daughter and her famliy in Draper, Utah. My wife and I were traveling the country in a 37 foot motorhome, equipped with a Onan 5500 Marquis Gold generator.Our adult son accompanied my elderly mother on a flight to Salt Lake City and we all got together at our daughter’s home.My mother had trouble breathing all night at Draper’s altitude of 5,600 feet and after visiting an emergency room and putting her on oxygen, we had to get her out of that altitude.We called the airline and they could not provide her with oxygen for the return flight any sooner than 72 hours. I made arrangements for an oxygen concentrator to go east with us. We packed her up, fired up the motorhome, fired up the Onan 5500, plugged in the concentrator and headed east. It was a four day trip (with problems not related to power) and the Onan 5500 ran day and night providing all the oxygen my mother needed.The motorhome is a 2004. We use it all the time and any time we need roadside power we start up the generator. It provides more than enough power for all the comforts of home . the lighting, the TV’s, the microwave, the air conditioners. Glad to have it onboard. I’m lovin’ the knowledge of knowing it’s there when I need it, whether it’s for an emergency or just for the convenience of having it.

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