Unwrapped Birthday Presents for Brent X

By: Dee Miyamura

Welcome to a Club Overdose event at Crazy Girls Gentleman’s Club in Hollywood, California; just off of Sunset Blvd on La Brea. It’s a Monday night, February 15, 2010. Mr. Brent X Mendoza is celebrating his birthday!

Three women ventured into the venue, Miss Mary L Hines photo-artist; Star reporter for her own publication and current novelist; and myself. We are here to record for posterity the night!

Three bands are set to perform; they are Jacuzzis, Sink To See, and Lady Sinatra.

We begin with Jacuzzis, a three piece band. The lead singer has a very nice voice. The set was short, and, unfortunately their song choices were not varied enough to showcase them in anyway. The guys have promise, perhaps another time.

Next up is Sink To See. Jason Napier lead vocals and guitar, Dony West lead guitar and vocals, Shawn Bathe bass and vocals, and Josh Chilton on drums. I know this band well, and although you might say that Crazy Girls is not a S2S venue, and the set list short, the guys performed well!

S2S sang a few cover tunes, and a few of their own, such as original songs “Speakers” and “2012” Kudos to bass player, Bathe, who was playing with a bruised rib!

The final band of the night was Lady Sinatra. Their sound is more aggressive than either Jacuzzis or Sink To See. Lead vox Joseph is not restrained in anyway making full use of the stages available and the audience. He danced quite happily with the dancers too!





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