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Reservation Blues Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8 Summary

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Chapter 8 Summary

Coyote Springs waits in a recording studio to begin their audition. When Wright, Sheridan, and Armstrong are present, the band begins playing. The band plays well at first, but Victor's guitar causes more pain than usual and even makes his hands bleed. The band tries to resume playing but is unable. Armstrong says the band has no merit, and he leaves.

In an article from the local newspaper on the Spokane Indian Reservation, the band members are interviewed before departure. Victor is arrogant, but the rest of the band is humble.

In the studio, Wright and Sheridan explain that they will try again with Mr. Armstrong in a few months. In the meantime Coyote Springs is supposed to return to their reservation and remain there until Wright and Sheridan contact them. Victor becomes enraged and Thomas and Junior have to restrain him from attacking Wright and Sheridan...

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