By: Dee Miyamura
Media Critic and Reviewer

May/June 2010

Time to celebrate a birthday! The Dragonfly is the place, the date June 5, 2010.

Super Black Market started the evening off right. Sonny Remlinger is the lead vocalist and bass player with much charm. Benn Bluml and Adam Smith handle the guitar, with the beat in the capable drumsticks on Sonny brother Joseph Remlinger! SBM’s set contained six (6) very good songs, such as Drunk, Jamie, and War Baby. After they played Jamie, they called Albert of Warner Drive onstage for all of us to sing “Happy Birthday”. SBM perform with good positive energy, and started us rocking in the right direction!

Run Devil Run followed SBM. Jeremy the lead vocalist kept what SBM started going, performing a nine (9) song set such as Hey You, Go, Can’t Stop Me, Strut, Dance All Night, and the AC/DC cover tune Dirty Deeds. A joke was made that guitarist Domo wrote Dirty Deeds.

Albert, the Birthday Boy, and his band mates Warner Drive is on. Jonny Law’s familiar voice belts out Scarecrow, Suicidal, All By Myself, Viper Room, and Price Check, just to name a few. Albert asks Jonny after singing Viper Room “Why didn’t you sing At The Dragonfly?” to which the reply was “Because it doesn’t rhyme with Room”. Candice continues to keep up with the boys and is amazing on guitar, Elvis is not slouch on the bass, Albert was quite the showman that night, and what can we say about the unique Mr. Udell? Udell’s hair is flying as he slams the drum kit in a blur of motion.

Time flew quickly by, and after saying “Goodnight”, photo-artist Mary L Hines and myself, departed the venue. Until next time!


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