Tomorrow Night: A Benefit for Kyle Frick

This year marks the 20th anniversary of celebrated local band Season to Risk. It’s also the 22nd year of Kyle Frick‘s battle with Ewing’s sarcoma, which he was diagnosed with at age 16. This weekend, Season to Risk reunites to play a benefit for Frick, who was a doorman at the Hurricane (between recurrences of cancer) from 1993 until the club’s close. “We probably tormented Kyle with our rowdy-ass shows in the ’90s, so why not give him another dose?” STR frontman Steve Tulipana says. Actually, Frick says he remembers Tulipana’s other project, the Pornhuskers, as being the band whose antics would nearly bring the house down. Shenanigans and good will combine at the Record Bar (1020 Westport Road, 816-753-5207) tonight, when two other area acts, Restless Breed and the Mendoza Lie, join STR in raising funds for Frick.

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