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5/15/2013 9:37:00 AM
Big 'Battle of the Bands' is Saturday
Road 1 South plays in the 2012 Battle of the Bands.
TribFilePhoto/Cheryl Hartz
Road 1 South plays in the 2012 Battle of the Bands.
TribFilePhoto/Cheryl Hartz
Battle of the Bands Schedule
1 p.m. - Latigo

sponsor Kolt Country 107.5 FM

2:15 p.m. - Total Harmonic Distortion

sponsors The Wolf 96.7FM/Rewind 92.5 FM

3:30 p.m - Road 1 South

sponsor KPPV106.7 FM/KDDL 94.3FM

4:45 p.m. - Filabusta

sponsor 93.9 FM The Mountain

6 p.m. - Tumbleweed Junction

sponsor KVRD 105.7FM


Cheryl Hartz
News Editor


Five bands will compete for votes from the audience as "Best Band in Prescott Valley" at the 16th annual Battle of the Bands, 1-7 p.m., Saturday, May 18, at the Prescott Valley Amphitheater, 8600 E. Nace. Gates open at noon.

Major sponsors for the open air concert are the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce, Town of Prescott Valley Parks and Recreation Department, and Hensley Beverage Company.

Admission is $4, with children under 3 free.

Feel free to bring soft drinks, snacks, blankets and lawn chairs, but leave alcoholic beverages, glass and pets at home. Concessions will be sold.

The bands

Road 1 South
- Dwight D'evelyn (drums), Ron Green (bass guitar), John Wurtz vocals/lead guitar), Chris Russo (vocals/lead guitar), Ofer Harel (congas) and Gregson Gordon (harmonica) - play high energy "dance until your feet fall off" rockin' rhythm and blues.

Filabusta - Kenny James (vocals/guitar), Mike Kriedel (drums), Lorin McLain (bass) and Jonathan Hust (keyboards) blend original rock, blues and funk.

Tumbleweed Junction - are four guys who started out in Black Canyon City and now play country and southern rock - also called outlaw country - music throughout the state.

Latigo - Mike Stazenski (lead vocals/guitar/fiddle), Joe Canuel (lead guitar/piano/vocals), Gary Clemmons (bass guitar/vocals), and Danny Wilson (drums/vocals) - have a passion for country music and an extensive background to prove it.

Total Harmonic Distortion - Ian Michaels (rhythm guitar), Dean Bremmer (lead guitar), George Janak (bass guitar), Jason Cannizzaro (vocals), and Doyle Meredith (drums) - is an 80s and 90s cover band with an emphasis on hair metal.

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