Nov. 10

Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers

Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.

8 p.m., $15, onepercentproductions.com

Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers (RCPM) was born out of necessity. Lead singer Clyne and drummer P.H. Naffah were former members of the ’90s alternative band, The Refreshments. There was no way they could stop making music so in 1998, RCPM took its first breath. The band has already landed themselves in the record books, with six albums ranking on the Billboard Internet Charts, becoming the first indie band to accomplish such an achievement. Rounding out the Tempe-based quartet are Jim Dalton on guitar and Nick Scropos on bass. Its latest album, Unida Cantina, showcases the group’s four part harmonies paired with pure rock-n-roll.

–Kyle Eustice


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