There isn’t much in the way of merchandise for The Red Devils or 13. Beyond the records, here is some of the swag that has been coveted by fans.
“It died of terminal acceptance”: How The Red Devils became the house band at one of the strangest funerals ever.
On April 11, 1993, The Red Devils shuffled into the MTV Europe London studios for a “most wanted” performance.
The Red Devils played several shows in Missouri in 1992, including two at The Regency Showcase in Springfield, Mo. Their first date was Aug. 22, 1992, according to an “Early Warning” brief in the Aug. 13, 1992, Springfield News-Leader. The band’s next show at the Regency would be just a month and a half later,Continue reading “Red Devils show ’em in Missouri in 1992”
They destroyed their rooms, and they checked out late. How The Red Devils found themselves banned after a disastrous stay at Days Inn in 1992.
A collection of posters and fliers from The Red Devils, Lester Butler and 13, circa 1988-98, on nofightin.com.
The Red Devils guitarist knows that the band he was in three decades ago will always be a part of his life. “There’s too many extraordinary things that went down that it’s not going to go away,” Paul Size tells nofightin.com.