The Fort Worth based band London's Dungeon rocked the house last Thursday night at the Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill, when a fundraiser was held for KNON Radio. KNON, 89.3, is a non-profit community radio station.
Charismatic frontman Paul London radiates pure energy. He was all over the stage, as well as venturing off stage and up to the balcony level, connecting with his audience. Troy Knight, on guitar, mesmerized fans with his flair and dynamic style. The newest member of this band, Aaron Lee, on bass, was bouncing and head banging nonstop throughout the performance. Roy Pellerin pulled it all together on the drums. His drum solo mid-set gave Roy the chance to show just how talented he is.
This was London's Dungeon's set list for July 31 :
When the set was over, London's Dungeon fans were still asking for more, not ready to see them leave the stage. It was a rare treat to have this band play in Dallas. You can click on the highlighted songs in the set list for links to videos.
London's Dungeon will be performing next at the Rail Club in Fort Worth, where they will open for Faster Pussycat on August 22. On August 23, Faster Pussycat and London's Dungeon will have a second show at The Chameleon Room in Oklahoma City..
You can find London's Dungeion merchandise here. Among the many items available for purchase are CD's, tank tops, t-shirts, koozies, bracelets, buttons, and music for digital download.
Other bands supporting KNON at the Gas Monkey on this night were Joey C. Jones, with his band, and Blackout. It was a great night out all around, especially so for those winning some of the awesome raffle prizes which were given away by the local radio station.
Latest update on London's Dungeon: The two shows scheduled with Faster Pussycat will be the last which will include Aaron Lee. The bassist stepped in recently when the band was suddenly left one member short. He did an unbelievable job of filling the void, immediately fitting in with the band. But, Aaron already had other projects of his own in the works, and feels that now is the time to move on to LA to pursue his dreams. Look for "Dirty Rockstar" on Facebook. London's Dungeon has not yet announced who will take Aaron Lee's place.