Jamie Searle, of relative newcomer band It's Over, resembles two people. One is hometown hero Matt Dunehoo of Doris Henson. The other is the John Lennon of the early '60s, who led his fledgling Beatles through rundowns of original ditties and American rock covers in dank Hamburg clubs. All Bonnie and Clyde vests and slacks, full-waist bends, boyish yelps and grins, and not a sprig of facial hair to show for his 23 years, Searle is both chick magnet and rock demigod. In fact, we're pretty sure a contract between him and the devil is on file somewhere in the Jackson County Courthouse. Even if It's Over weren't nearly as good a band, Searle's charismatic stage presence would still ensure plenty of girlie action.