Stonebender rocks Studio Seven

Stonebender rocks Studio Seven

Article & Photos by: Dani Winder | November 16, 2013

Stonebender live at Studio Seven (Nollie DeVol – Bass/Vocals, Johnny DeVol – Guitar, Paul Higgens – Drums)

 Stonebender delivered a powerful performance Wednesday night at Studio 7; where they opened for sunset strip kings of sleaze Faster Pussycat. Stonebender is a 3 piece, female fronted hard rock / heavy metal band from Seattle. Nollie DeVol fronts this group with her powerhouse vocals and hard hitting bass. Backing up Nollie is her husband, Johnny DeVol, shredding on guitar, rounding out this band is Paul Higgins behind the kit.

Stonebender delivered a set with a nice mix of fast paced head banging metal to slightly slower more melodic rock. Along with delivering a fantastic set, Nollie was on hand to promote and sign copies of the Ladies Who Rock calendar; in which she is featured as Miss June. All proceeds of the sale of this calendar go to the Treehouse Community Foundation, a non-profit organization working to restore and strengthen the health and well-being of children and youth placed in foster care. For more information on how you can purchase the calendar or support the Treehouse Foundation see the links below.

All in all Stonebender not only delivered a rocking set but they also delivered an opportunity to do your selfless good deed for the night. Not to mention get the crowd pumped and ready to go for Faster Pussycat!

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Christian Hamilton

Christian Hamilton

Christian is the founder and Editor of Rock Paper Rock as well as a freelance concert and event photographer serving the Pacific Northwest and Beyond. He is a certified member of the PPA and Gold Level member of the CPS. He has recently began working with Mental Itch Records and has launched his own Photography website.

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