Authority Zero Guitarist, Bassist Get R.A.D.

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 It seems like almost everyone in Authority Zero have a side project or two going on these days. Case in point: Authority Zero guitarist Zach Vogel and bassist D.J. Farmer play in the party rock band R.A.D. According to the guys MySpace page, R.A.D. "has been around forever" and their goal is to play "fun music you can dance and party to." 

If you want to get down with R.A.D, check them out in action Saturday, July 25 when they play Tempe's Stray Cat Bar & Grill. The show is scheduled to kick off at 8 p.m. The group promises that "this will be a sweet show with a neat surprise in the lineup." Perhaps Authority Zero lead singer Jason DeVore, who also plays in The Bollox along with gigging solo, will make an appearance. R.A.D. is also scheduled to perform Saturday, Aug. 15 at Saguaro Lake around Noon.

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