Vayden to Play Two Shows at Martini Ranch Before Heading to Germany

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Vayden are home and ready to play a couple of hometown shows. The rock band, who we profiled in March, have two gigs coming up at downtown Scottsdale's Martini Ranch. The guys will perform Friday, July 24 for a 21-and-older show Saturday, July 25 for an all-ages gig. They're set to perform at 10:30 p.m. on the 24th and 9:15 p.m. on the 25th.

"These will be the only shows we play in town for a few months so mark your calendar," drummer Bruce Weitz said via a MySpace bulletin. The guys will head head to Europe for a few gigs in Germany kicking off Aug. 13.

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