Here’s a look back at some of the 2022 highlights on NoFightin.com.
The creator of the original Lester Butler Tribute Site has allowed NoFightin.com to bring the site back online, a couple of decades after its debut.
Welcome to the new NoFightin.com. The roots of the site go back to 2007, and it launched in 2009. Now we are all new for 2022.
It’s getting real people. The Red Devils first show of 20 will be starting in just a few hours. Billy F. Gibbons has all the details on his site with the NoFightin.com release “The Return of The Red Devils.” We are looking forward to getting out to shows later this month … keep watching NoFightin.comContinue reading “Billy F. Gibbons touts The Red Devils on eve of tour”
Thanks everyone for visiting No Fightin’ in 2011 — and thanks for letting us recover a little into 2012! We have lots of plans for the blog this year, the 20th anniversary of The Red Devils’ “King King.” Keep watching this space for some new Red Devils and Lester Butler goodies. You can also follow usContinue reading “Ready for 2012”
For those who haven’t seen it on the righthand side of the page, nofightin.com is now on YouTube as nofightindotcom. Right now, we’ve gathered some of the best Red Devils, 13 and Lester Butler clips in easy-to-use playlists, so you can hear things like Pinkpop all in one sitting (and in the right order). IfContinue reading “nofightin.com on YouTube”
Here’s a trivia question: How many times were The Red Devils ever mentioned in The New York Times? Once, in the Sunday, July 19, 1992 “Tete-a-Tetes” column: MIDTOWN, after midnight, Monday. Bruce Willis and his band, the Red Devils, had just finished bludgeoning eardrums at Planet Hollywood. Outside, on West 57th Street, an ice sculptureContinue reading “New York Times on the Devils”
We’ve added a Red Devils/Lester Butler timeline to nofightin.com. The timeline will focus specifically on The Red Devils proper, along with Lester Butler and 13. This will be a perpetual work in progress, with corrections and additions coming when appropriate. I’ve trolled the web to find opening slots and tour dates, along with other importantContinue reading “Timeline added: Tours, albums, festivals, more”
We’ve just uploaded the first bit of discography to nofightin.com. This comprises “official” recordings by The Red Devils, 13 and Lester Butler guest slots.
Welcome to nofightin.com, our tribute/resource site for early-’90s California blues band The Red Devils and harmonica player Lester Butler. For those who saw the band live, heard the album “King King,” or found a copy of the infamous Mick Jagger blues bootleg album with the Devils, you are well-aware of what made this band soContinue reading “nofightin.com is live”