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‘Rock and roll all night’ in Nevada City

"Destroyer" has been keeping the "Kiss" name alive and well with their exciting performances.
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World renown “Kiss” tribute band “Destroyer,” and neighborhood party favorites “Chat Room,” performs at 9 p.m., July 29 at Cooper’s Ale Works as a public birthday celebration for local icon and events photographer Mike Meals.

“Destroyer” has honored the music and showmanship of theatrical rock group Kiss for more than two decades, by sharing the stage with almost every significant club band in Northern California. They have performed at many high profile events, including the 1995 Kiss Convention in San Francisco, and most recently Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach’s wedding reception at San Jose’s Rock Bar. Their exciting performances accurately represent the look, sound, and feel of “Kiss” alive.

Now Nevada City can also experience this explosive extravaganza.



Honored guest Mike Meals is best known as a former radio personality at KVMR, leader of the legendary Nevada City punk pioneers the “Dead Jacksons,” and current editor and co-publisher of NC Music Magazine.


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