The Graphics met in Eugene OR while attending the UO and soon became fan favorites in local clubs. Signed to Atlantic Records, the band released "Electrical Horse" and was voted best rock band in Oregon by KZEL. Featuring Dennis Tevlin and Bill Preib on guitars and vocals, with Kevin Winn on bass, John Evans on keys, and Steve Perry on drums, The Graphics defined the early 80s rock scene in the Pacific Northwest. In true rock-n-roll fashion, however, the band dissolved over disagreements in direction and by 1984 all members had left to go their own way. Preib and Tevlin reunited later to form Banberry Cross and the Bouchards, but the Graphics remained a thing of the past - until now! Four of the five original members have reunited for a special performance. With Tevlin now taking over for Perry on drums, Evans taking over lead vocals, Preib doing his thing on guitar and Winn - the ever thunder man on bass - the boys are back in town for a one night only show at Cafe Racer. The band's original sponsor and mentor - Freddie Maxx - who hasn't been seen out in 30 years is rumored to be in Seattle and going to the show.