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The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
Monday, September 23rd, 2013 at 8:00pm
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The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus at South Shore Music Hall
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The Red Jumpsuit Arraratus:
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The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus is a Faith driven punk rock/post hardcore band who strives to show people the light in a world of dark through music.....
It all started with two brothers and two acoustic guitars. This is the TRUE story, strap yourself in its quite a ride.
the Back Story
Ronnie and Randy began playing music together when they were 7 and 8 years old. Grandpa Gene came home from a yard sale and said "Here ya go learn how to play these it's fun." they started learning to play by ear and eventually formed a band called RAFM (radio active fungus monkeys) with Randy's friend Roger. They played together a couple years then split up. Ronnie met Jesse Carroll in drivers Ed and they became good friends over their love of punk rock. Ronnie playing drums joined Jesse's band called Burnout and they played house shows and small concerts together for about a year then decided to start a fresh new band. They recruited Randy as lead singer and formed a Christian metal band called Dishonest. This band played shows all over the southeast for the next 4 years and recorded 2 EPs as well as developing a solid Florida fan base. Ronnie began experimenting singing and writing songs in a more punk/post hardcore fashion the first one being called Kins and Carroll.
The birth of the Jumpsuit Appatrati........
Ronnie asked Randy and Jesse if they wanted to start a new project and they decided to pass so Ronnie recruited friends from his High School (Middleburg High School) to start playing his songs. Many friends came and went over the next year but Ronnie Winter and Duke Kitchens pushed through all the changes and finally settled down with Elias Reidy and Joey Westwood. At first Ronnie was still playing drums but then asked local drummer Jon Wilkes to play his parts so he could sing. The rest as they say is History....
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