Sink To See
By: Dee Miyamura
The day… Tuesday, January 12, 2010.
The place… The Mint. The club is well established since 1937.
The band… SINK TO SEE.
The reason… CD Release Party.
SINK TO SEE is Jason Napier (lead vocals, guitar), Dony West (lead guitar, vocals), Shawn Bathe (bass, vocals), and Josh Chilton (drums).
The Mint is hosting the “KBH SHOWCASE”, the line-up is Scott Simons, Will Champlin, Sink To See, A Living Daylight, and That Noise.
This reporter has had the good fortune to attend more than one CD Release Party for Sink To See. In that time, S2S has gone through several drummers. Not an unusual occurrence. Mr. Josh Chilton, is their current drummer, completing the line-up nicely!
Jason, Dony, Shawn, and Josh performed songs from both CDs. All were well received by the audience. Their final song, “Shine On”, considered by most as a signature piece! S2S put on an excellent performance! Well done, guys!
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