CREATURES FEST 2 A benefit for research on fighting Huntington’s disease in honor of late Creatures of the Golden Dawn pointman Mark Smith. Saturday, October 5, 2013 6:00pm in EDT Upper Saucon Social Quarters 4900 Lanark Road Center Valley, PA Facebook Event Page Headlining will be THE GRIP WEEDS! out of NJ on Wicked Cool … Read more
On Wednesday, January 9, Dionysus Records’ Lee Joseph will be broadcasting his first live Over Under Sideways Down show from the new LuxuriaMusic.com studio after an almost two-month break while the LuxuriaMusic studio was in the process of moving. The station went back on the Internet last Satuday and all the local Los Angeles DJs … Read more
One of the Most Important Surf Music Events of the Year! The 2nd Annual Winter Surf Fest Sunday, January 27, 2013 The Starting Gate 5052 Katella Ave., Los Alamitos, CA 90720 10AM-6PM, $20 Admission Summer really is a state of mind, especially during the cold months in Southern California. Nothing can prove it … Read more
The Bullet – Eight Year Anniversary Dance Party – NO COVER!
Robert Plant saw The Creepy Creeps perform and loved ’em. OK so we know a lot of garage and punk fans don’t like Zep but no matter what you think of his old band, he does have pretty good taste in music – – thus he asked the legendary Creepy Creeps to open two Southern … Read more
The musical lineup includes The Premiers (“Farmer John”), Mark & the Escorts (“Get Your Baby”), Chan Romero and Eastside Revue (“Hippy Hippy Shake”), The Jags (with members of The Jaguars), The Salas Brothers, The Heartbreakers (“Cradle Rock”), Mickey Lespron of El Chicano, Ronnie Duran of Ronnie & the Casuals, Mike Rincon of The Blendells, The Storytellers, Easy Company, and The In Crowd.
In November of 1983 while managing the Roads to Moscow record store in Tucson, AZ., I released a 45 by my then band Yard Trauma. “Some People” b/w “No Conclusions,” written by my bandmate and lead singer Joe Dodge, with nifty op-art graphics by our pal Jonathan L, then editor of Tucson’s Newsreal Magazine, became … Read more