Anyway, there were two major highlights from the day show action. The first was a short set by the subtle earring-challenged Ohioan Jessica Lea Mayfield. Her debut record Tell Me has caused a stir from the more liberal sect of the9513, and her live show really exemplifies how her brand of Gothic country pop/rock has really gained a ton of buzz lately. It was energetic, punchy, and just irreverent enough not to feel forced, something which revealed itself as her lead guitarist revealed that his undershirt was a blown-up picture of Mayfield's face. "Our Hearts are Wrong" in particular, one of her record's best songs, is given a lift in person that throws the lament straight into your face. Great stuff.