The Big Gig Part 3 - Hammer Stories
The band meets a stranger in a strange land and starts on a very strange journey.
When last we saw the band, Hammer, they and their musical equipment were being expelled from a multidimensional portal where they landed on planet “Battuto.” They were then greeted by a blue-skinned alien.
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The story continues.
Expandable flying carpets that look like bubble gum? Mushrooms that’ll sing you to death? What kind of a strange planet is this?
Why do they all have to find shelter before sundown? This of course begs the question that if you’re in a different solar system or star system wouldn’t it be called something other than “SUNdown?”
Stay tuned! All these questions and more will be answered in the next installment of “The Big Gig!”
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