Shots Fired: Frank Secich with Room Full of Strangers, at Local 662, St. Petersburg

Some photos from last night's performance/signing.

Cult popular musician/'70s-era garage and power pop forerunner Frank Secich (Blue Ash, Stiv Bators, Deadbeat Poets) hit Local 662 in St Petersburg last night (Wed., April 6) to hawk and sign copies of his 2016 memoir, Circumstantial Evidence (chronicling his rock n’ roll during a rather explosive period of music), then perform a set of music spanning his career. Shots from the evening below; Room Full of Strangers and Johnny Mile & the Kilometers opened.
Secich makes another appearance in Tampa Bay — at Mojo Books & Records — tonight, with support from Room Full of Strangers, David Vassalotti and Gino & The Goons. More pics below...

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