The Pleasure Hounds and the Rendezvous in Enumclaw | Slideshow

The Pleasure Hounds played the Rendezvous Saturday night of Labor Day weekend.

Craig Gammon performs with The Pleasure Hounds Saturday at the Rendezvous.

The Pleasure Hounds played the Rendezvous Saturday night of Labor Day weekend.

The blues and classic rock band members are Bill “Mr. Marvelous” Field-Bass, Vocals & Air Hammer, Brian “Bowzer” Jenne-Guitar, Vocals & Plasma Cutter, Craig “Fado” Gammon-Keys, Vocals, Guitar & Psychograph, Johnny Mango-Drums & Probity Probe.


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