Pitch Music Showcase: Radkey, Them Damned Young Livers, At the Left Hand of God, Cherokee Rock Rifle, and more (review)

It was 8:46 p.m., and the ghetto bird was circling over Westport. The stage on the back patio at the Riot Room was still empty. Kemet “thePhantom*” Coleman was nowhere to be seen, and his set was supposed to begin in 14 minutes.

I had arrived at the Riot Room about 30 minutes prior. Clay Hughes and Deuce Fontaine were finishing up a fine set of slick Southern R&B inside when I headed out the back door with my beer and my pen in the hopes of finding a seat. All the seats were open. The bartender outside kept doing that move where he’d let a song play for about a minute and a half and then switch it to another one.

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