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- Posted on Jul 20th 2009 6:20PM by Mike Spinella
Kicking it off in San Diego on Friday with the recently reunited Big Drill Car, the bands crept up the coast stopping in Anaheim and wrapping it all up on Hollywood's Sunset Strip on Sunday. The All faithful seemingly followed along, hitting all three shows. The band rewarded their royalty with various rarities each night, along with several Descendents tunes.
"Encores aren't punk," Reynolds told the ravenous Hollywood crowd before the quartet proceeded to play one, featuring a guest appearance from Tony Lombardo, the Descendents' original bassist. As another hat tip to the audience, Lombardo offered the classic opening line of 'Suburban Home,' a fan favorite from the band's cult hit 'Milo Goes to College.' Milo Aukerman himself (the former Descendents frontman is currently a research biochemist) wasn't in the building, but All delivered the goods nonetheless -- and you've got to raise your bonus mug to that.