Union: Do Your Own Thing Live! Trailer

Union: Do Your Own Thing Live! Trailer (2005)

26 January 2005 Music 130 mins

The " Do Your Own Thing Live" DVD features includes two UNION concerts: The feature fourteen track live concert was taped on October 21, 2001 at Paladino's in Canoga Park, California and The Shack in Fullerton, California (just before UNION's trip to Argentina). The second segment of the DVD consists of the bonus material. The bonus material opens with a second concert that was filmed at ESP guitars Musicians Institute after NAMM, January 2000.

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