By: Dee Miyamura

Arriving inside the Key Club just as Run Devil Run, hit the stage. The boys are Jeremy (vocals and guitar), Dave (drums), Jackie (bass), Domo (guitar), and Randy (keys and vocals). I have seen this band several times and even though I am not as familiar with the members or their music, I always enjoy their performance.

Each member of Run Devil Run put in an effort to give their fans a good show, and they have a loyal following to prove it!

Next up is Aces N Eights, fronted by my friend, Patrick Stone. This is the second band Iíve seen Patrick in and I believe this band is best suited for his over-the-top unstoppable style. Stone uses, with great effect, his acting ability to work the crowd, move his body, and keep the energy at peak levels!

Evan Shanks is every so cool on the bass, and Taz Rudd whips up his guitar! Everyone is aware of my fondness for drummers, and Phil George, doesnít disappoint me in keeping the beat!

A great night at the Key Club!


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