The Alarm at The Chapel, by Jon Bauerthe Alarm (photo: Jon Bauer)

Mike Peters of the Alarm seemed to be in bliss with his infectious energy that he shared with a very active, singing, loving audience at the Chapel over the weekend. He brought up local drummer, Nigel Twist, who played with the Alarm back in the day during some encore songs. He talked about how he was first inspired by Johnny Rotten back in 1976 and that the Alarm would never have existed without that inspiration. He then played "Anarchy In the U.K." by the Sex Pistols. Local singer Brad Brooks opened for the band.

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