Amanda Jones plays the Dark Horse Saloon

Amanda Jones
plays the
Dark Horse Saloon
Oct. 22nd, 1999

by Stefan
Amanda Jones

Amanda Jones put on a great show, opening for Pyrite, at the Dark Horse Saloon. Bevin Davis, from Madfly, filled in for Kristen - the regular drummer, while she remained on the disabled played list. But she was in the audience to cheer for her team on as they played to a well packed house.

The show was a benefit to fight Lou Gehrig's disease and many turned out to the Virginia-Highlands nightspot to support the cause.

Vicki Teresa Anderson Bevin Carrie

Teresa AndersonTeresa Anderson (lead vocals & guitar, song writer)- Favorite things are fashion, travel, computers and collecting PeeWee stuff and metal lunchboxes. Her birthday is birthday is November 22. (From their website)

Vicki on bass Vicki Dahlgren (bass guitar)- Vicki is very into Angels, cake decorating, stained glass, oil painting and gardening. When she's not playing and has the time, she enjoys reading Stephen King books. She's been married to Scott since 1991 and has a son named Brian. Her birthday is March 1. (From their website)

Carrie on guitar

Carrie Morris (Lead & rhythm guitar, backing vocals)- Carrie works out every day and is very into physical fitness. She also is into culinary arts. Other creative outlets for Carrie include art and fashion. And she has a menagerie of kitty-cats at home! Her birthday is March 5. (From their website)

She's the fashion monger of the group - always dresses to impress.

Kristen Moss (drums) not shown - She's into horseback riding, writing, playing her acoustic and computer graphics...she helped design the AJ CD cover and does most of the flyer graphics for the band! Her Birthday is November 1. (From their website)

  • The Dark Horse Tavern is located at 816 N. Highland Avenue in the heart of the Virginia-Highlands community. They have a restaurant and bar upstairs and a small music venue downstairs. You can avoid the yuppie crowd in the bar by entering the concert venue from a street doorway. Be careful going down the stairs. The venue,, now called The 10 High Club, is small and the drink prices are high.

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