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The Donnas Concert Review

The Donnas Concert Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

They may just be the coolest rock band on the planet. Check out this review of the The Donnas in concert.

Where: Seattle, Washington
February 23, 2003

The Scene

There were no skimpy half tops, no stupid snakes or tigers, and no cheesey dance steps. The Donnas concert at the Showbox in Seattle was just a loud, kick-butt rock show that glorified fast cars, all-night parties, hanging out at the 7-11 and all those other things your parents warn you about. From the first guitar chord to the final time Torry Castellano pounded the drums, The Donnas took the audience on a one hour ride aboard their rock n'roll machine fueled by heavy guitar riffs, rawer-than-raw vocals and plenty of cowbell.

The Songs

Most of the tracks The Donnas played came from their latest album, Spend The Night, including Take It Off and the soon-to-be-released single, Who Invited You? But the band also ripped into a couple of older tracks including, Hyperactive and Midnight Snack. The band's high energy antics, led by Brett Anderson's thrashy vocals and Torry's wild drumming style, kept the audience moving and moshing for the entire set. By the end of the show, my ears were ringing, my heart was pounding and I wanted the mayhem to keep going. Next time The Donnas are in your town, Kidzworld highly suggests you Spend the Night at their show.

Rating: 5

What do you of The Donnas? Are they worth spending the night with? what you think.

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