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at Liquid Joe’s with special guests The Hair Metal Show, Aerial, Danger Alley, Outside of Society, Outside Infinity, One Way Only, and Out of Anger
No Class Reunion V
at Sandy Station with special guests Last Wednesday and Dirt Cheap
No Class Reunion IV
at Carol’s Cove II with Werewolf Afro & Sons of Nothing
Speedway Cafe Reunion Show
at Carol’s Cove II with Truce
No Class Reunion 3
at South Shore Bar & Grill with Sunset Strip, Werewolf-Afro, Aerial, Sister Pistol, and Rage for Order
1st Annual No Class Reunion
at Club Vegas with Vatagory, Osiris, Krypled, and Cosmic Hangover
Who Do You Do? Album Released
The album was released at a packed show at The Speedway Café, where the band had become a top local draw and favorite, on 8-8-88.
Guitarist Jeff Alleman (formerly of Braxxton) saw a flyer at The Music Factory in Fashion Place Mall mentioning that Cirkus was looking for a 2nd guitarist. He tore off a number from the sheet and called Chris to set up a time that he could attend band practice. At the rehearsal he recorded the set, took the tape home, and returned a few days later playing the songs flawlessly, and he was in.
Brian Leaves & Scott Joins
Brian left the band to join Rag Dolls. At this point, rather than look for another guitarist, the band opted for a keyboardist, Scott Yelonek.
Camron & Brian Join
Camron Cressall and Brian Bonell, auditioned and joined on dual lead guitars, while Troy switched to bass.
Gary & Scott Leave
Gary Galvin and Scott Sundberg left the band in May 1986.
Cirkus was formed on September 2, 1985 by schoolmates, Chris Coffin and Scott Fillmore.