olaf clip art Mafia II tells the tale of Vito Scaletta, a handsome young dimwit who stumbles into crime after going back to America from a stint in World War II. He begins with low-level jobs like boosting cars and knocking over jewelry stores, however the plot eventually escalates in to a tangle of twisted loyalties, betrayal and conflict between family and The Family. Every beat you'd expect from your genre will be here, some unabashedly appropriated from "The Godfather" and "GoodFellas." I believe another excuse to the growing availability of tribute bands could be the money they're paid. Over the last 20 years, I haven't seen much of a surge in prices paid to some regular rock, country or blues band. It's unbelieveable. With inflation, musicians are generating LESS than they did a few decades ago. It's unfair, but true. No longer can most musicians earn their living with no a "day job." Gone are the five-six day weekly music gigs a large number of Top 40 rock bands paid the invoices with. In this time period your band should possess a following, an online site and be on facebook simply to have a gig. Tribute bands have an edge. People feel they already "know" them.