The Two Tens and Well Hung Heart show how it’s done at Redwood Bar

The Two Tens at Redwood Ba

The Two Tens at Redwood Bar — Photo: ZB Images

The Ramones-esque duo of guitarist Adam Bones and drummer Rikki Watson, known as The Two Tens, have justifiably accumulated quite an army of fans in the few years they have been playing Los Angeles. Fresh from a European tour and celebrating a new 45″ and video for “Keeping Hope Alive” they melted brains at the packed Redwood Bar. Those brains were then stomped by the glittery boots of Greta Valenti lead singer-extraordinaire of Well Hung Heart. The petite blue-headed powerhouse crawled over tables and pushed her way through a raucous crowd as her husband Robin Davey ripped on lead guitar while performing a tight rope maneuver on the edge of a booth. The orange county based band is rounded out by the heavy weight bass playing of Danielle Lehmand and newly acquired drummer Lyle Riddle who’s smashing style fit right in. While either of these bands should get you out of the house and onto the dance floor the combo of The Two Tens and Well Hung Heart makes for a can’t miss show.

This is how you make full use of the Redwood Bar…

Photography by ZB Images

The Two Tens at Redwood Ba

The Two Tens at Redwood Bar — Photo: ZB Images

The Two Tens at Redwood Ba

The Two Tens at Redwood Bar — Photo: ZB Images

Well Hung Heart at Redwood Ba

Well Hung Heart at Redwood Bar — Photo: ZB Images

Well Hung Heart at Redwood Ba

Well Hung Heart at Redwood Bar — Photo: ZB Images

Well Hung Heart at Redwood Ba

Well Hung Heart at Redwood Bar — Photo: ZB Images

Well Hung Heart at Redwood Ba

Well Hung Heart at Redwood Bar — Photo: ZB Images

The Two Tens at Redwood Ba

The Two Tens at Redwood Bar — Photo: ZB Images

The Two Tens at Redwood Ba

The Two Tens at Redwood Bar — Photo: ZB Images

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