Zach Zunis and the band storm through a stomping set in this rare video from a club gig in The Netherlands.
Jonny Ray Bartel shares a creative July 4, 1992, Red Devils flier that stars a legendary car.
In the final #KingKingXXX post, we put The Red Devils’ “King King” into 1992 context: The underground blues album for the grunge era.
The Red Devils rock King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow in this rare 1993 video.
A very cool poster from 1994 commemorates The Red Devils and Thelonious Monster (and maybe the Red Hot Chili Peppers) at Jack’s Sugar Shack in L.A.
The Red Devils were ‘Ready’ to transform this Muddy Waters classic #KingKingXXX
Mick Jagger, live bootlegs, and a farewell: London’s Borderline club is a key part of The Red Devils’ story.
The Red Devils “pitch an incendiary sound mix” in this classic Lester Butler interview from San Diego, 1993.
Check out some of the earliest Red Devils/Lester Butler fliers.
“Headed straight for the ceiling,” Lester Butler and The Red Devils look forward to a 1993 festival gig at the Mississippi Valley Blues Festival.