molemaster43 wrote:@the ghost - I like the style of the park that you are going for. Also, are Sum 41, Blink-182, and The Offspring going to be placed anywhere?
Why would those non-Ska, non related bands be placed in a park about Ska? They have -no- links to Ska, and are at best faux punk bands.
CJ: I'd refine the park concept a bit, as you need to encapuslate each era in Ska history: I'd do it more as that, rather than as theme areas based upon location:
60's: Jamaican Ska, the early movement to the UK, Spirit of 69.
70s: Punk roots blend with Ska; 2Tone Movement, early US Ska
80s: British Invasion/Ska arrives in the US, birth of the early reformists
90s: US Ska takes hold, rise of the FrankenSka movement
00's to present: Underground Ska is born, return of the roots.
Remember it best as this: Roots, Boots & Suits- the three key tenets to Ska.