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The Prophets Of Addiction-The Show

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A little bit of glam, glam rock that is, came to Wenatchee last Saturday  at “Wally’s House Of Booze” in the form of “The Prophets Of Addiction”

“The Prophets Of Addiction” are a four piece featuring Lesli Sanders on bass and lead vocals, Tim Diedrich on guitar and vocals, McKenna Gates on other guitar and vocals and Jimmy Mess on drums and vocals. The band, from Tacoma,  formed around 2010 and they have one cd to their credit “Babylon Boulevard”.

The bands 45 minute set consisted of the entire cd “Babylon Boulevard” along with a couple of other tunes. They start their set with the title tune “Babylon Boulevard”

Towards the end of the set they played “Post Cards” which just as they started Lesli broke a string, a bass string…awesome. Here he’s using his back up bass.

They ended the night with my favorite “Hang Me Up”.

If you missed the “The Prophets” this time around, they will be back at “Wally’s House Of Booze” on April 16 as Wenatchee is  the first stop of their 52 stop, 2 month nation wide tour.  Come get your glam on.

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