The Tank…

Several hundred folks gathered outside the door of The Tank in Rangely on Sunday night during Septemberfest to hear the sounds produced inside. The number of visitors stayed steady and they were not disappointed with what they heard. All who enter The Tank must remove their shoes so as not to damage the acoustical padding on the floor.
Several hundred folks gathered outside the door of The Tank in Rangely on Sunday night during Septemberfest to hear the sounds produced inside. The number of visitors stayed steady and they were not disappointed with what they heard. All who enter The Tank must remove their shoes so as not to damage the acoustical padding on the floor.
Several hundred folks gathered outside the door of The Tank in Rangely on Sunday night during Septemberfest to hear the sounds produced inside. The number of visitors stayed steady and they were not disappointed with what they heard. All who enter The Tank must remove their shoes so as not to damage the acoustical padding on the floor.
Those who visited The Tank on Sunday night in Rangely were treated to a wide variety of musical instruments and sounds, but above, Dan Fiscus, left, and Bruce Odland, right, played the flute together, creating a beautiful yet eerie sound. While you watched Fiscus and Odland play, it seemed like the music they made was heard coming from all around the tank, not just where the musicians were standing.
Those who visited The Tank on Sunday night in Rangely were treated to a wide variety of musical instruments and sounds, but above, Dan Fiscus, left, and Bruce Odland, right, played the flute together, creating a beautiful yet eerie sound. While you watched Fiscus and Odland play, it seemed like the music they made was heard coming from all around the tank, not just where the musicians were standing.