RCC BENEFIT featuring NOT DEAD YET + HELP DESK + ERIC DOUCETTE

RCC BENEFIT featuring NOT DEAD YET + HELP DESK + ERIC DOUCETTE

Sat. December 2, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$7.00

This event is 18 and over

$3 under 21 surcharge collected at the door.

Not Dead Yet
Not Dead Yet
First conceptualized in 2013, Chris Weber and Joe Reedy started working out a few songs Weber had been writing since the disbanding of his old band Egan's Rats. Both had been on a several year hiatus from playing music and were itching to get back into the scene.

Soon after Chris Kasper decided that he could lower his musical standards enough to be in a punk band (although he makes sure to tell everyone he quits at least 5 times a day as to keep up appearances).

Now the three of them needed a front-man and lyricist. The plan was coming together in their alcohol soaked brains. That's when they decided to take a shot in the dark and contact Chandon about the project...

Never expecting him to agree to become a part of the shit show that would later become Not Dead Yet, Kasper was elected to be the point man on convincing him to join. To the shock of everyone he agreed. Already in 2 other great local bands, EME and 4 Aspirin Morning, the three were ecstatic to have a 4th drinking buddy to play music with.

The rest is (recent) history.

Influences: Social Distortion, Face to Face, NOFX, D.I., Bad Religion, Rise Against, Rikk Agnew, Rancid, Descendents, Adolescents, Choking Victim, Broken Bones, Sick of it All
Help Desk
Help Desk
Help Desk promotes the proliferation of computer problems through expert execution of punk rock. Speedy drums combined with searing guitar riffs and melodic vocals will corrupt your motherboard and melt your video card. Give Help Desk a call so they can troubleshoot you right in the face!
Eric Doucette
Eric Doucette
Starting in Orange County, NY, Eric Doucette has been playing in various pop/punk/ska/indie bands since 2002.

Influenced heavily by the cryptic writings of lyricists and poets of the 1990s and onward (ranging from The Weakerthans and Pedro The Lion, to Alkaline Trio and Brand New), these songs are born in the roots of memory and the inner commentary of an ever-changing mind.
Venue Information:
The Frequency
121 W. Main Street
Madison, WI, 53703
http://madisonfrequency.com/