Philistines band members, including (from left clockwise) Steve Gardels on drums, Kimmie Queen, Michelle Bacon Rod Peal, Cody Wyoming and Josh Mobley on the keyboard. The Philistines is a six-piece rock band headlining a fundraiser for the MidCoast Music Takeover on Saturday.
Philistines band members, including (from left clockwise) Steve Gardels on drums, Kimmie Queen, Michelle Bacon Rod Peal, Cody Wyoming and Josh Mobley on the keyboard. The Philistines is a six-piece rock band headlining a fundraiser for the MidCoast Music Takeover on Saturday. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Philistines band members, including (from left clockwise) Steve Gardels on drums, Kimmie Queen, Michelle Bacon Rod Peal, Cody Wyoming and Josh Mobley on the keyboard. The Philistines is a six-piece rock band headlining a fundraiser for the MidCoast Music Takeover on Saturday. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
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