Written by Tracy Hansen. Photography by Kyle Hansen.
POV’s 65 is packed with people to see One Eyed Doll and more on April 12, 2013. The band has garnered quite a following in the state of Minnesota since their fantastic show at First Avenue in Minneapolis a year prior.
Kimberly Freeman is a sight to behold as the forefront of the band, singing in a typical metal fashion while enchanting the audience with her high pitched conversation between songs. Her onstage antics, such as whipping her longer than waist length black hair around, high kicking, and leaping into the drums, add to the show.
Fans at POVs were treated to a number of different songs, such as the ever popular “Be My Friend”, as well as “Fight”, “Plumes of Death”, “Scorpion”, “Committed”, and more. The performance keeps the audience hoping for more, a hope that is highly increased the moment that Kimberly hops off stage and encourages everyone to come to the back of the bar, where she and Junior proceed to meet with fans and sign autographs. One of the greatest things about One Eyed Doll is their audience inclusion. They ensure that the audience is an immense part of all their shows, whether it has to do with them singing the songs or meeting the band at the end of the show. The band has a real dedication to their fans that shows in every performance.