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Maxine Plourde is a body piercer who is unlicensed to sell her services at Bonnaroo in 2007, but she attends in hopes of promoting her business, Piercings with Aloha

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Maxine Plourde is a body piercer who is unlicensed to sell her services at Bonnaroo in 2007, but she attends in hopes of promoting her business, Piercings with Aloha

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  • Maxine Plourde is a body piercer who is unlicensed to sell her services at Bonnaroo in 2007, but she attends in hopes of promoting her business, Piercings with Aloha
  • Forrest Leffer and his father sell apparel at Bonnaroo 2007. They are just one of the many licensed vendors at Bonnaroo. Many merchants, some licensed, other which are not, earn money selling a variety of goods or services at Bonnaroo
  • 'Green is a good color,' says Nathan Hamlett of Guntersville, Al as he is getting his entire body painted green by Rachel Ersoff of New York City. Free body painting is offered to Bonnaroo 2007 patrons by a performance art organization called Modern Gypsies of New York City
  • Liora Diamond is all smiles while getting her entire body painted red by Modern Gypsies
  • Modern Gypsies owner Michael Saab, right, applies a glittered hand-print to the back of Josh Mantooth of Columbia, MO
  • Anne Lieber of Pittsburgh, PA applies green paint to herself at the Bonnaroo 2007 grounds. 'I wanted to look like a sea monster,' says Lieber
  • A lone Tennessee Highway Patrol Officer stands amid the gridlocked traffic at the intersection of I-24 and US 41 in Manchester, TN Thursday as travelers from across the United States travel to the fifth Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in 2007
  • Scott Sinclair of New Jersey has been waiting in traffic for more than 2.5 hours as he slowly makes his way to 2007 Bonnaroo's entrances to the festival grounds. Traffic conditions varied where some people waited for hours and others were caught up in traffic only briefly
  • Bonnaroo safety and security personal search through cars entering the 2007 Bonnaroo festival grounds in search of contraband. Much of what was confiscated are glass containers, but also weapons including a hand axe and a machete
  • 'I must be the oldest hippie here,' says 82-year-old Winchester, TN resident Stratton Guy as he relaxes under the shade of his trailer at one of 2007 Bonnaroo's many campgrounds. Stratton has attended festival for the past 4-years missing only the first one
  • Steven Adkins of Cincinnati, OH wedge colored-water filled bottles inside the links of a fence to created patterns as part of a public-participation art project at Bonnaroo 2007. Eleven different art projects are spread across the camp grounds that invite public participation
  • Abigail Washburn, right, a member of Uncle Earl, arrive at Bonnaroo Friday just hours before their performance.

Nashville based Uncle Earl, a bluegrass and old-time music band performed at Bonnaroo 2007. Members include K.C. Groves, Abigail Washburn, Rayna Gellert, and Kristin Andreassen. Laura Cortese was also touring with the band as their upright bassist.
  • Uncle Earl's Abigail Washburn, tunes her banjo just before a performance at the Bonnaroo recording studios Friday. Uncle Earl recorded three of their songs for Bonnaroo before performing on stage
  • Uncle Earl's Rayna Gellert tunes her fiddle before the start of a recording session at Bonnaroo 2007
  • Kristin Andreassen plucks on a ukulele during a sound check just before the bands' performance at Bonnaroo 2007
  • Abigail Washburn brings out her banjo before their performance at Bonnaroo 2007
  • Abigail Washburn of Uncle Earl makes changes to their play list just before the start of their performance at Bonnaroo 2007
  • Members of Uncle Earl from left, Kristin Andreassen, Rayna Gellert, Abigail Washburn, and KC Groves do their sound check before the start of their performance at Bonnaroo 2007
  • Former Led Zepplin bass player John Paul Jones is greeted by Uncle Earl band members, from left, KC Groves, Abigail Washburn, Rayne Gellert, and Laura Cortese on Friday at the 2007 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. Uncle Earl is a Nashville-based bluegrass and old-time band whose latest album was produced by Jones
  • KC Groves of Uncle Earl, left, and former Led Zeppelin bass player John Paul Jones perform on Friday at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2007
  • Fiddle player and vocalist Rayna Gellert of the band Uncle Earl and former Led Zeppelin bass player John Paul Jones talk backstage after a performance on Friday at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2007. Jones produced Uncle Earl's latest album titled 'Waterloo, Tennessee'. At right is Jeff Keith, a friend of the band
  • Uncle Earl's Abigail Wachburn greets Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones Friday backstage at Bonnaroo before the start of Uncle Earl's performance
  • Members of Uncle Earl, from left are Laura Cortese who is touring with Uncle Earl, K.C. Groves, Abigail Washburn, Kristin Andreassen, and Rayne Gellert are interviewed by MTV.com after their performance at Bonnaroo Friday

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