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Left On Read, Billy and The Kids, Mothra and Onion Machine

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Saturday, June 11, 2022 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
June 11, 2022 - 8:00pm
$10 Advance $12 Day of Show

On Saturday, June 11, the Community Center for the Performing Arts welcomes Left on Read, Billy and the Kids and Mothra to the WOW Hall. 

Left on Read

Left On Read formed in 2019, but took the Eugene music scene by storm in 2021. Stealing elements from punk, psychedelic, and emo rock Left On Read's live shows have been known to simultaneously spur cerebral tranquility and bodily aggression. While they formally released their first two singles, "big time" and "wild duck margaritas" in the past year, Left On Read has been inciting mosh pits at some of Eugene's most historical venues like Session's and John Henry's. All while regularly playing at venues across the PW's DIY scene.

Billy and the Kids

Billy & the Kidz are a Glam Rock Revival rock band tearing up stages in Portland.


Mothra came to be when two friends from Eugene, OR decided to form a rock band, and brought together members of their local community in the fall of 2021. The four members have now garnered a strong reputation in the local scene with energetic, head-banging songs blended with hypnotic melodies in epic rock performances. Now, Mothra strives to bring its alternative rock songs to a wider audience as it records its EP at Lane Community College. Mothra is currently based in Eugene, OR with all members attending local colleges.

Onion Machine

With two thumbs on the jugular of Babylon writ in miniature, Onion Machine writhes and thrashes its way through a series of tales scraped and sopped off dive bar floors and the gutters bridging that span between the eardrums worn by the denizens of that savage waste which is Anytown, America. Ecstatic in the face of existential dread, this tempestuous folk-punk will stick in your head like a dirty thought and leave you screaming for more.

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