|On their first trip over to Spokane, WA, Seattle-based band Pretty Girls Make Graves won over more than a few fans. In the cramped and atmosphere-free Club Soda, Pretty Girls were able to command the attention of all in attendance with their set featuring the highlights of their repertoire, as well as a few new songs.
The departure of guitarist Nathan Thelen does not seem to have hindered the band's power, except for the fact that guitarist Jay has to frequently man the piano with his guitar propped over his shoulder.
Canada's The Red Light Sting opened the show and, with the exceptions of a few sound and mic glitches, set the stage nicely with their high energy set.
|Pretty Girls Make Graves
June 12, 2004 - Club Soda - Spokane, WA
|review by Ashley Graham|