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Secret Broadcast and Go For the Eyes break in new stage

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Calgary born, Toronto based rock band Secret Broadcast and Calgary's Go for the Eyes broke in the new stage at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, May 23.Elise Roller of Go For the Eyes. Photo by Richard Amery

 It couldn’t have been a better way to do it.
 Secret  Broadcast played a super tight set of modern rock along the lines of Queens of the Stone Age, Weezer and a lot of the Dandy Warhols due to their harmony vocals.

In addition to their own catchy, upbeat originals which had  several people dancing in front of the stage, they played a few covers of Nirvana and Sloan.

Go For The Eyes are always  fun to see in Lethbridge.

They were premiering their latest CD “ Fifteen Through Twenty” and played much of it as well as songs from their other CD.

Elise Roller stepped out from behind her keyboards and took centre stage  to sing much of the lead vocals as guitarist Jeff TurSecret Broadcast rocking the vocal harmonies. Photo By Richard Ameryner supplied big guitar and sang the other  half of the led vocals. 

Roller owned the stage, singing beautifully like a more soulful Deborah Harry while the band  including bassist Scott Perrin and drummer Nathan Raboud  provided tight rhythms.

They had a lot of soul and a touch of blues.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 June 2014 10:05 )  
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