Sometimes it takes a bunch of kids to entertain a bunch of kids, as kids know kids better than adults do. Unless you're one of those adults that remembers what it's like to be a kid with no place to go on a Friday night except Trouble Town. So what better way to gather up the youths for an evening of fun than by pumping into their brains live rock and roll created by their peers and classmates with high school prog rockers Sunhead and pop rockers The Strange?
In conjunction with Revolution 9's Huda al-Jamal and The Strange front woman Devon Harvey, this fun teen-friendly event had a life of its own and it rocked hard. With both bands playing for well over an hour, local teens moshed, danced, head banged, and sang along to music created by their friends. And might I say that these bands are GOOD; there ain't no bobby-sox kid bands, no, no no, not at all.