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Thank you both for your threads/replies. This is the one spot i neglected to announce. I will in the future though, for all the admins and interested parties. If any artists on this forum have any need for further info. about the shows, dates, etc, give me a shout on here. Other than that, I can be reached at 804.440.4255 at Capital Tattoo. And thank both of you guys for coming out. It was nice meeting you Bunny. And I will be in touch jinxproof1996

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Billy Eason has passed...

His service/memorial is on Sunday at the same hotel the convention was held at, from 12:00pm-2pm.

If you have any questions holler at the crew over at Capital Tattoo.

He went out like a true G... Boots still on and a grip of cash in his hands. Passed in his sleep, and of natural causes. Glad I got to make it to one of his shows, and hang out with him one last time.

Richard and I will be in attendance at the service...

Jen

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Thanks for the update and we wish the best to all his friends and family. Here is a post that was posted announcing the news. If anyone feels like posting on the topic here or there

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