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The Atom Age-The Show

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A Sunday night a Wally’s House Of Booze. The nights entertainment included, opening from Wenatchee, “Panic Bomb” then from Belfair, complete with blood bus, “The Deleted” then from Oakland California, finishing up their 3-day northwest tour “The Atom Age”.


The show got off to a late start as a member of “Panic Bomb” was a tad late. “Panic Bomb” continues to evolve as they are now a four piece with guitar, bass, drums and now keys.


Second up was to be “The Deleted” but “The Atom Age asked to go on second as it was already getting late and once done, they weren’t staying in town but heading back to Oakland. The band features, Ryan Perras on guitar and vocals, Peter Niven also on guitar and vocals, Fred Brott on bass, Brendan Frye on sax and John Murgueitio on drums. Ryan was having a bit of a rough night. Just as they started, he apparently broke a string so he grabbed his back up guitar and continued. Shortly after that something happened to the back up guitar so he finished the set after borrowing Drew’s guitar from “Panic Bomb”.


The third song of the night, one of my favorites and also when guitar number two for Ryan gave up the ghost, “I Hypnotize”.

I don’t know the name of the following video but you will see Ryan is on guitar “number 3″ which lasted him the rest of the evening.


Together since 2009, they have released two albums and an EP and they covered much material this evening during their 40 minute set. The bands is very energetic as the following video’s will show. They ended the evening with another favorite “Baby Says”.


Last up was then “The Deleted” but alas, it was pushing midnight, I get up at 4:00 AM for work plus I had seen “The Deleted” last November when they played Wally’s opening for “Neutralboy” and “Payoff”, so I called it a night.


As usual, a good time was had. The crowd may have been small, but they were energetic and they got to see a great touring band for just $5.


Until next time, go to a show……you know you want to.

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