Young locals get raucous at Halloween live show

Seattle Teen Music's Zombie Prom goes over with a bang, crash and some nice feedback

By Elliot Bailey, Ballard HS, Seattle

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This Halloween Seattle Teen Music held its fourth annual Zombie Prom, a concert featuring a host of young locals. Seattle's School of Rock House Band went on first followed by good sets from several other promising underage groups.

Elliot Bailey
This Halloween Seattle Teen Music held its fourth annual Zombie Prom, a concert featuring a host of young locals. Seattle’s School of Rock House Band went on first followed by good sets from several other promising underage groups.

 

Ted Bunny, among a good group of originals, made some zany cover selections. Here, Ted Bunny drummer Mitchell Bowen takes the mic from lead singer Avery Davis for a rendition of Asheru's "Judo Flip," better known as the theme song to American anime "The Boondocks."

Elliott Bailey
Ted Bunny, among a good group of originals, made some zany cover selections. Here, Ted Bunny drummer Mitchell Bowen takes the mic from lead singer Avery Davis for a rendition of Asheru’s “Judo Flip,” better known as the theme song to American anime “The Boondocks.”

Flannigan’s Revenge opened with some fun, growly songs, but over their set showed their diversity with some slower jams.

Elliot Bailey
Flannigan’s Revenge opened with some fun, growly songs, but over their set showed their diversity with some slower jams.

Two fans look to each other as the rest of the crowd huddles around a performer down off the stage.

Elliot Bailey
Two fans look to each other as the rest of the crowd huddles around a performer down off the stage.

 Bassist of Flannigan’s Revenge, Max Henderson throws his shirt into the audience as he joins his friends from Ted Bunny on stage.

Elliot Bailey
Bassist of Flannigan’s Revenge, Max Henderson throws his shirt into the audience as he joins his friends from Ted Bunny on stage.

Fans flooded the stage for Ted Bunny’s last song and with all the bumping and head banging of long haired teens, they kept it together and rocked out with the fans until the end.

Elliot Bailey
Fans flooded the stage for Ted Bunny’s last song and with all the bumping and head banging of long haired teens, they kept it together and rocked out with the fans until the end.

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