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Saturday, October 8, 2011

City Slang: Luder to open for Kyuss Lives

Posted By on Sat, Oct 8, 2011 at 9:12 AM

Local stoner rockers Luder will open for Kyuss Lives, the band featuring most of Kyuss, at the Crofoot in Pontiac on December 3. Doors are at 8, and tickets are $25. Also on the bill are out-of-towners The Sword and Black Cobra.

Luder, of course, include in its ranks Small Stone Records head honcho Scott Hamilton, former Slot singer Sue Lott, ex-Big Chief / Five Horse Johnson guitar magician Phil Durr and Five Horse Johnson drummer <Eric Miller.

All of the classic Kyuss men (John Garcia, Nick Oliveri and Brant Bjork) minus current Queens of the Stone Age man Josh Homme, are playing in Kyuss lives. With those old dudes plus Luder (and some other bands), it should be a great night.

In other news, Black Jake & the Carnies have cancelled the anniversary show that we wrote about earlier this week. Oh well, the best laid plans and all that.

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