Former SAIGON KICK Duo Contemplate 'Reunion' Show
Former SAIGON KICK vocalist Matt Kramer and drummer Phil Varone (SKID ROW) are tentatively planning on putting on a special performance in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida consisting of nothing but material from the first two SAIGON KICK albums. "[Phil and I] were hanging out the other night getting piss faced, and we started talking about doing a little SAIGON KICK show in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida," Kramer writes on his web site. "But it's not booked yet so don't get too hopeful, If it does happen it will be sometime in April, and we will ONLY be playing the first 2 SAIGON KICK records, so if that's not cool with you, don't come... 'cause that's just the way it is daddio! But for all you early SAIGON KICK fans that want to hear the first 2 records HEAVY as hell, this will be the only show. We are not a band anymore nor are we trying to do a new album. I'm going on tour soon and so is Phil so this will be just for fun and boy when I tell you fun we are going to throw a party. So fly, drive, get the fuck there."
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