Vagabond Gods, Rogue Bar, 2/2/13

Vagabond Gods @ Rogue Bar|2/2/13
For a band like Vagabond Gods, Rogue Bar is the perfect place: rough around the edges, obscure, uh, rogue. As we've talked about before, lead singer/screamer and guitarist Bryant Vazquez also divides his time between three other projects.

First, there's Sedona's decker., where Vazquez plays bass, saying he's found a "musical counterpart" in Brandon. Then, there's Murdoch, played with Flagstaff locals and Vazquez's roommates, who also opened for this show. Vazquez also does solo material under his own name and finally, there's Vagabond Gods, a two-piece with Chris Vazquez, Bryant's older brother.

See also:

-decker.'s Bryant Vazquez Gets Brutal with Vagabond Gods

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