Kansas City punk band Hipshot Killer (from left, Buddy Lush, Mike Alexander and Chris Wagner) almost imploded because of personnel issues. The group is back on track and recently played a gig at Josey Records, 1814 Oak St.
Kansas City punk band Hipshot Killer (from left, Buddy Lush, Mike Alexander and Chris Wagner) almost imploded because of personnel issues. The group is back on track and recently played a gig at Josey Records, 1814 Oak St. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Kansas City punk band Hipshot Killer (from left, Buddy Lush, Mike Alexander and Chris Wagner) almost imploded because of personnel issues. The group is back on track and recently played a gig at Josey Records, 1814 Oak St. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
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Hipshot Killer rises from near-ashes, unleashes its punk groove

January 20, 2016 05:22 AM

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