Tag: Shawn Duncan

  • Smashing Alice and The Bones Rock Vamp’d!

    Smashing Alice and The Bones Rock Vamp’d!

    On May 6, 2017, Vamp’d was rocked by Smashing Alice, with The Bones providing the first set.     Some of the best talent that plays Vamp’d on a regular basis is the local talent. The venue attracts no shortage of national and international headliners, but in Las Vegas, one does not have to look […]

  • Lies, Deceit and Treachery – Hell on Sin City’s Heels at Vamp’d!

    Lies, Deceit and Treachery – Hell on Sin City’s Heels at Vamp’d!

    On April 1, 2017, Lies, Deceit, and Treachery returned to Vamp’d, having previously played a show at the venue in January 2015. The group, teaming up former Bulletboys members Lonnie Vencent, Jimmy D’Anda, and Mick Sweda with new vocalist Shane Tassart, performed to an enthusiastic crowd on this occasion with Vegas favorites The Bones in […]

  • The Bones Return to Crush Count’s Vamp’d!

    The Bones Return to Crush Count’s Vamp’d!

    Hey. Psssstttt. You! Yeah, you, reading this. There’s a really cool band in Vegas that not only has excellent original material, but also cleverly serves up unique cover versions of pop songs from decades gone by. And what I mean by unique is, many times, the vocal stylings will be drastically different, the instrumentation more “in […]

  • The Bones – Dirty Pretty Things Marks the Band’s Third Release!

    The Bones – Dirty Pretty Things Marks the Band’s Third Release!

    The Bones have been a part of the Vegas music scene for years now, and have become a favorite of many a local rock fan. The quartet, currently comprised of vocalist/guitarist Patrick Vitagliano, guitarist Jeff Duncan, drummer Shawn Duncan, and bassist Sean Koos, almost immediately made an impact when they began playing shows across local […]

  • Bulletboys and Killer Bee – Hard as a Rock on the Vamp’d Vegas Stage!

    Bulletboys and Killer Bee – Hard as a Rock on the Vamp’d Vegas Stage!

      Rock and roll fans around Las Vegas were geared up to spend July 31, 2015 at Count’s Vamp’d for a triple bill of rock and roll excellence, with Killer Bee (featuring former UFO guitarist Paul Chapman), Gunzo (featuring Tracii Guns and Rudy Sarzo), and the Bulletboys. Unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances, namely a tour bus breaking […]