Recently a friend of mine and I debated the value of opening bands. As he put it, openers are there because they either haven't gotten famous yet, or they're not famous for a very, very good reason. The way I see it, I paid X dollars for live music, and I'm going to get my money's worth. Besides, when they're in the latter category you discover great new music.
If you weren't there to see them tear the place down, you can download a demo of four live tracks that captures the band's energy. Alas, the crowd-pleaser "Whiskey, Weed, and Big-Tittied Women" is not available for download. Here's hoping it's on their upcoming album.
All My Friends Got Old and Lame
Uncle Leon and the Alibis -- Official, Facebook