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Crime Scene at Friday's Kaleidoscope
Crime Scene, Busted! Greg “Daddy-O” Hazard, Evan “The Professor” Fellman, Dean “D-No the Hitman” Gilbert (back), Tami Hamel (right), Rodney Leach (ground).
RUMFORD -- Western Maine has a new rock and roll power trio and they call themselves “Crime Scene," who will be featured at 7-10 p.m. at this Friday's Kaleidoscope at 49 Franklin’s Mystic Theater.
The three members have distinctly different back grounds yet similar experiences leading them for a passion to perform solid rock classics.
Ripping out consistent favorites on lead guitar and vocals Greg “Daddy-O” Hazard hails from the Philadelphia PA where he broke from the Philly club scene to live out his dream to reside in the back woods of Maine. Evan “The Professor” Fellman has studied music at the University of Phoenix and is currently the music teacher at the Rumford Elementary School. His lifelong commitment to music, as a teacher performer and scholar is validated by variety of instruments that he is proficient in, but laying down a concrete bass lines for quintessential rock tunes is his specialty.
Dean “D-No the Hitman” Gilbert is no stranger to the Maine rock arena. D-No has beat more drum heads than anyone in this vicinity and has proudly performed in bands virtually his entire adult life, including MONSTA, Nite Crew, and 10 Machine. Fans of Led Zeppelin, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, and Eric Clapton are encouraged to come out and hear their renditions of some of rock’s most endeared expressions.
Also, Kitty Coolidge will perform some of her favorite musical selections on vocals and keyboard. Host Scot Grassette keeps things going with select magical interludes. Kaleidoscope is Western Maine’s premier party for artists and performers.
The public is welcome to attend and see artists creating and performers on stage, the event that has no cover charge, but donations for the artists are collected a fish bowl. A cash bar and snacks will be available.