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Broken Teeth at the Red Eyed Fly on 10/9/10!

Broken Teeth, Austin's spit-fire, hard-rock band, will be hitting the stage this coming Saturday at the Red Eyed Fly. Formed by Jason McMaster, Paul Lidel & Bruce Rivers back in '99, Broken Teeth have been churning out dirty, bare-bones rock n' roll for over a decade. Fans of AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, Danko Jones, Rhino Bucket & The Four Horsemen will LOVE this band! Supporting their 5th release, 'Viva La Rock, Fantastico!' (Perris Records), the 'Teeth will be tearing up the outdoor stage at 12:30 am.  Their current lineup is as follows:

Jason McMaster (Watchtower, Dangerous Toys, GMC, SSIK, Sad Wings, IGNITOR, Killa Maul, Big Balls, Capricorn U.S.A., Metal Krew) on lead vocals.

Jared Tuten (Pariah, SSIK) on guitar.

David Beeson (Metal Krew) on guitar.

Travis Weiss on bass.

Bruce Rivers on drums.

Get there early and you'll be able to check out Chronolung at 10:30 pm followed by Gentleman's Social Club at 11:30 pm. GSC are an especially cool rock n' roll outfit featuring the drumming skills of Paul Soliz (Chris Gates & Gatesville/Metal Krew). The Red Eyed Fly is located in downtown Austin's Red River District. More information on Broken Teeth can be located at Additional details on the gig can be sought out by visiting Come on out & support local musicians, local bands & a local rock club! It may be the one time this week you get to pump your fist in the air without someone giving you grief about it. Real music is alive & well and this Saturday night it will be on display for all to witness!!!



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