Daughdrill, band play to appreciative audience

Published 5:00 am Thursday, July 13, 2006

DecembeRadio played to a packed house Wednesday night at theLincoln County Multi-Use Facility.

The band, featuring New Hebron native and former Brookhavenresident on drums, roused the crowd to their feet as they fueledrock-and-roll spirits and testified of God’s love.

“It blew my mind to finally be able to play for my people inBrookhaven,” said Daughdrill.

The free concert lasted about 1.5 hours and included adevotional delivered by Daughdrill. He also performed a drum solothat was received with enthusiastic fervor.

Jessica King and her husband Donnie, of Monticello, said theybelieved the band will reach many youth with its energeticsound.

“I think it is a good combination of musicians. With thatcombination of talent, they will be a big force to touch a lot ofpeople for the Lord,” said Donnie King.

Brian Carr, of Hattiesburg, said he came to see the band afterhearing much buzz about them. He said he heard they put on a greatlive show and had listened to their music on their Web site.

Carr said the highlight of the show for him was a tie betweenthe drum and guitar solos.

Daughdrill said he was surprised and delighted by the number ofpeople in attendance.

After the show, Daughdrill and his band mates spent more than anhour signing autographs, taking pictures, catching up with oldfriends and making new ones.