“Next thing you knew, Mac was lying on his back in the middle of the stage and everybody in the band was chanting fight fight fight,” explained DC*B member Jack Parker. “What choice did Crowder have? If you back down in a situation like that you will never be able to hold your head up in public again.”
Rather than conceding to an existence as a spineless coward, Crowder relented, laying down next to his challenger, and engaged in fierce battle of the lower appendages that he eventually won. Powell was later overheard murmuring, “He’s wiry. Endowed with superhuman strength.”
Shocking as the exhibition was to onlookers, it did not hold a candle to the political incorrectness of the term “Indian Leg Wrestling” vocalized from the stage. Upon reflection, fiddle player Mike Hogan could only state “Shocking. Simply shocking, I thought we had come farther than this.”
Check the schedule section of the website for upcoming dates as more spontaneous chaos could erupt again at any moment.