For the last eight or so years, the Trey Deuce Club — a loosely affiliated gang of like-minded (and in some cases like-bearded) bands — has been crossing rock’s wires across country’s terminals and sending a raucous current through the East Side. And any time these bands get together, it’s a party. Matt Moody, the spark that lights the Trey Deuce pipe, so to speak, will debut a new EP from his solo project A Country Gentleman, play bass for Ole Mossy Face and also front Hands Down Eugene, while Scene distribution manager Casey Sanders will front Ole Mossy Face from behind the kit, and stay on drum duties for the entire night — it’s that kind of collective. Good Americans will release a Christmas single and the yellow-clad rapscallion known as D. Striker will do the worst impression of Glen Campbell you ever laughed your head off at. The Deucesters will also be rounding up donations for Second Harvest, so bring your cans.
As host D. Striker points out, the Second Harvest folks "prefer not to receive any alcohol mixers (i.e. Mojito mix) and things in glass containers," so buy some rum and keep that stuff to yourself.
I hear Tristen and Paul Niehaus will be special guesting, too, so good times on the East Side tonight.