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CASPER AND THE BAD SPIRITS

By: Dee Miyamura
Media Critic and Reviewer
Writer

May/June 2010



The Key Club. Sunday, May 9, 2010. Upon my arrival, I found Magnuson well into their set. A two-piece band. Greg and Krysten Magnuson took turns playing guitar and drums, and singing lead and backing vocals. They had very good harmonies. Krysten is a very engaging performer on the guitar, but, they both need to work on presenting themselves to their advantage on the drums.

Casper And The Bad Spirits opened their set with an acoustic guitar piece with lyrics sung in a rich, full-bodied voice reminiscent of a Western. The band changes the pace and they all join in! Casper sings lead vocals and guitar; and Chad Steward playing drums and backing vocals; and Jason Decorso and Ace Von Johnson sharing lead guitar duties; and Muddy playing the bass. Their sound is tight, the drummer slams into those drums with determination. Casper rewards the crown during the final song, putting down his guitar and unleashing some dance moves and showing just a hint of skin!




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