By TONY HOLT
Published: November 28, 2009
SPRING LAKE - Victor Hall needed to tune his guitar before finishing the set.
Tomorrow's News was blazing through its performance and had the crowd's attention.
Hall didn't want to lose the momentum. He didn't care whether his six-string guitar was short of perfect. He didn't want to stall any longer. He wanted to rip into the last song.
"That's close enough," he said after he plucked his strings a few more times for good measure.
Hall turned to his 15-year-old son, Bryce, on the mandolin.
"Burn it, boy," he told him.
There weren't many people in the audience who were Bryce Hall's age range, except for his sister, Kalyn, who sang and played bass in the four-member band.
Tomorrow's News was one of the many acts during the four-day Thanksgiving Bluegrass Festival at Sertoma Youth Ranch. Read more.
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