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Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein, Toxic Zombie, CBK, Rendered Useless

9:30 pm, Saturday September 06 | $15.
Tonic Lounge
3100 NE Sandy Blvd.
 

[MISFIT] Paul Caiafa, aka Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein, joined horror-punk lodestars the Misfits at age 16, a couple of years into the band's career, and stayed with them through all the decades of reunions, dissolution and legal wrangling that followed, while developing less-celebrated side efforts Kryst the Conqueror, Gorgeous Frankenstein and his one true solo project, simply called Doyle. It's not Danzig, nor even Jerry Only (that's his brother), but he's got a devil-lock, the physique of a comic-book villain and probably knows the chords to "Where Eagles Dare," so that's good enough, right? 



Where: Tonic Lounge
Phone: 238-0543
Address: 3100 NE Sandy Blvd.
Website: facebook.com/TonicLoungePDX

 
 

Tonic Lounge

3100 NE Sandy Blvd.
Portland, OR
 
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