Tuesday, February 27, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY PT. 2: Elmer at Old Ironsides 1997


SEPTEMBER 25, 1997:
Elmer, Lizards, Space Cadet
at Old Ironsides, Sacramento.
Flyer by Matt K. Shrugg.

FLYER OF THE DAY: Capt. 9's And The Knickerbocker Trio Reunion 2006


MARCH 10, 2006:
Captain 9's And The Knickerbocker Trio (reunion show), Trouble Makers, Bananas
at Old Ironsides, Sacramento.
Flyer by Matt. K Shrugg.

Friday, February 23, 2007

PHOTO: Mynock at LOSER! Benefit Show 2000

Mynock pics taken at the Roadhouse in Rio Linda, CA for a LOSER! benefit show on March 8, 2000. The other bands that played that night were The Peeping Toms, Society's Disease, The Bondage Brats, Crawlspace and The Numbs.c.ullz. The show was a benefit to raise funds for the first compilation that was to come out on my new LOSER! Enterprises label at the time. Unfortunately, the compilation was never completed due to health problems that forced me to abandon the project. It was a fun show show though. Oh well, I think I only raised about $50 towards the comp. after giving the Numbs.c.ullz some money for gas money. I think I eventually used the funds to release the Crawlspace discography tape I did for their reunion show.


Keith (drums/vocals).


Keith (drums/vocals), Manny (bass/vocals).


Mick (guitar/vocals)


Manny (bass/vocals)


Keith


Manny

PHOTOS: loser!

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY: House Of Monkey 1992


JULY 26, 1992:
Dirt Clod Fight*, Horny Mormons, Nar, 3 Finger Spread, Schlong, Bananas, Pounded Clown, False Sacrament
at House Of Monkey, Sacramento.
*: Didn't play

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY PT. 2: Pounded Clown 1993


SEPTEMBER 17, 1993:
Pounded Clown, Sea Pigs, Sick & Tired
at Old Ironsides, Sacramento.

FLYER OF THE DAY: Descendents at Spanky's 1986


AUGUST 24, 1986:
Descendents, N.A.M., Neo-Nate, Ack!, Identity Crysis (early show);
Descendents, Sea Hags, Monotribe (late show)
at Spanky's, Sacramento.

INTERVIEW: Sins Of The Flesh - "Nuclear Bull Christ" Zine

The following is an interview taken from the 8th issue of NUCLEAR BULL CHRIST zine that came out in early 1988.

Sins Of The Flesh were interviewed after another exciting show at The Place in Davis, CA. Sins Of The Flesh are Kevin, Rich and Ken and were interviewed by Slack.

WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT OUR PRESENT GOVERNMENT?
Kevin: Ha, Ha, Ha. I don't like government but I know it's a necessity because there are people who would abuse what they thought was freedom. Goverment is oppression!

DO YOU THINK ANARCHY COULD WORK, I MEAN TRUE ANARCHY?
Kevin: You got to look at it on a personal level. Each person has to live their life to the best of their ability. I'm not naive enough to believe there could a system or non-system, as long as there are humans on Earth there is going to be fighting. The minute you put yourself one notch above someone else then there's an absence of anarchy. Personally, I try to take my ego out of every aspect of my life and be true to myself. Be true to yourself.

WHAT DO YOU THINK WE CAN DO TO LIVE BETTER TOGETHER?
Kevin: Love one another. Look and see where we are all the same because if you really think about it the things you hate about other people is a direct reflection of the things you hate about yourself. I think its important to work on yourself. You feel you need to do something, you need to go protest against the government, the best thing you can do is work on yourself. Became a perfect example.

DO YOU HAVE ANY PLANS FOR THE FUTURE?
Rich: We've got a record coming out but were stuck in the channel of putting it out. In other words to put out a record really takes a lot of work and a lot of dedication from people that are into your music. Tom Street is producing it. First there is the recording, the art work and all the preparation to put it out.

Kevin:
Big thanks to Tom for funding the whole thing and it will be out in it's own time.

WHAT ARE YOUR PERSONAL OPINIONS ON APARTHEID AND U.S. INTERVENTION IN CENTRAL AMERICA?
Kevin: Myself being white, Anglo-saxon, middle class background third generation dude, I feel a lot of guilt. When I see people that don't have...I have almost everything I want, it makes me feel guilty. When I see a white minority ruling over a mass of people in South Africa who don't have a say in government it really makes me said. But things will take their course.

DO YOU THINK THIS CHANGE WILL BE FOR THE BETTER?
Rich: One way or another it's going to change.

Kevin:
In history, every big empire has killed itself off. Those people who refuse to live by the empire's rules are going to survive because they were true to themselves.

Ken:
In this case, if things don't change for the better, destruction could be the only course.

DO YOU FEEL LIKE PART OF THIS COUNTRY?
Rich: I feel like part of the world because as long as there are borders there will be conflict.

YES, BUT DO YOU FEEL LIKE THE GOVERNMENT IS YOUR GOVERNMENT, YOUR COUNTRY, AND IF SOMEONE SAID IT WASN'T YOU WOULD STAND UP AND PROTECT IT?
Ken: I can't be a part of a government that carries out the action that this one does. You talk about superb Israel and Palistine, you talk about Nicaragua. What the people did to the people of Hiroshima and Nagisaki, slavery... I can't put myself with that. It's hard to think I live on someone else's land, but it's true, it belongs to the indians.

Kevin:
This is my homeland. I feel an attraction to it but I don't think our government is the true America our forefathers set out create. There is so much shit you can get caught up in. You got to live your life and ignore the laws that conflict with your beliefs. Don't ever ssay this is the law, and even if you don't agree, obey it, cause you will die inside.

WHAT IS THE BASIC MESSAGE AS A BAND?
Kevin: Love yourself!

Rich:
There is room for everybody in this world and it's like there is plenty of food for all and people shouldn't be deprived of things that should be part of life.

Kevin:
You see poor people on the streets and it just makes you want to lash out against the government.

Rich:
Yah, poor people when the supermarkets are stocked with food.

Kevin:
Stop creating violence, stop creating hatred and just give what you do have.

HAVE PEOPLE EVER CALLED YOU HIPPIES?
Ken: Yeah, I think a lot of people try to make an analogy between people who are trying to do something and the 60's. But when you look back in history there have always been people trying to do something about society. The 60's is just when everything got in the forefront and its what people remember.

Kevin:
There is this old drunk that comes into the bike shop where I work and he says, "Look at Jesus Christ, he was the nicest motherfucker on earth and look what they did to him, they killed him." That about says it. You can't change peoples attitudes, you got to change yourself and they will follow.

WHAT OTHER THINGS ARE YOU DOING BESIDES THE BAND?
Rich: I'm trying to follow the norms and go to school. You can make a difference by educatiing yourself. If you just bum around the streets and never express your feelings you're not going to get anywhere.

Ken:
I'm trying to keep myself at a educational level where I can be effective toward the movement. I also belong to a revolutionary organization call All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party and we are trying to promote general education to get the word around. I think we all try and promote peace in our own way.

Rich:
We don't agree on everything but were open-minded to learn. I learn things everyday.

Ken:
Me and Rich stay out for hours arguing over things and it just makes us want to know the facts. We will go rad and look up things to prove the other guy is wrong. Its part of self-education.

SO BASICALLY YOU FEEL WE ALL NEED TO EDUCATE OURSELVES?
Kevin: Never assume you know the truth because things are going to buckle in your face.

Ken:
If something happens today and there is a change and people are not educated the change will not be real. The government can also rake everyone into a hold but if the people are educated and they see a dictator coming they can say no man.

YOU SAW THOSE GUYS AT THE SHOW STARTING A LOT OF VIOLENCE, WHAT DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THAT?
Kevin: A lot of people were getting really worked up about that, and fighting back. That's exactly what they wanted. You can either do that or bow down and say i'm not going to fight you, you silly. It takes the wind out of their sails.

Rich:
Communication and education are the answer.

Kevin:
Fear perpetuates violence. You got to sit down and decide what you fear and erase it. So after what it is you are afraid of and turn your fear into love for brother man.

ANY LAST COMMENTS OR SUGGESTIONS?
Ken: My conclusion is that in the last couple of years has caused me to grow a lot because I've been around people who operate on the same level....we're trying to move in the same direction and make society better.

Rich:
I'm in the band because I love music and because of what we sing about. I'm tired of those top 40 bands singing about lust and sex. We're trying to express our opinions in music and put backbone into it. More people want to listen to music than learn so if you have the right combination you will accomplish both. Teach through music.

Kevin:
Well, I don't have as many frustrations since I joined the band. But I would like to see people get out of there cars and get a job they feel good about. And maybe ride your bike to work, slow down and take a look at the people around you. The main problem is the morning rush hour traffic. Also, contact us at (ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER DELETED) and talk about anything. We play anywhere.

Here's some scans from the actual zine:
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Cover

Monday, February 19, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY: Social Distortion at Club Minimal 1983


JUNE 3, 1983:
Social Distortion, The Vacant, Los Olvidados, J.I.A. Frantix
at Club Minimal, Sacramento.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY: Lizards 1995


AUGUST 24, 1995:
Lizards, X-Teens, The Flies
at Old Ironsides, Sacramento.

Saturday, February 17, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY: L.A.'s Wasted Youth at Club Minimal 1983.


NOVEMBER 5, 1983:
L.A.'s Wasted Youth, Straw Dogs, Breakouts, Lockwork Range
at Club Minimal, Sacramento.

Friday, February 16, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY PT. 2: Rebel Truth 1982


APRIL 28, 1982:
Dead Kennedys, Rebel Truth
at the On Broadway, San Francisco.

FLYER OF THE DAY: Rebel Truth 1983


FEBRUARY 18, 1983:
Anti, Rebel Truth, Executioner, P.L.H.
at the Tool & Die, San Francisco

REVIEWS: Four Eyes - "Double Rockin' It"

Four Eyes - "Double Rockin' It" CD-R (no label).
What can I say about this release (which seems to be a compiled release of their two demos). But that it makes me wanna shout that I was happy that Nixon revealed that he was a closet transvestite. Everyone of the tracks on this disc is hilarious and catchy as fuck. there's great ditties that are definitely pseudo-TV inspired on this here discy-poo. such as "Lost In Space", I Want To Be Your Dylan Mckaye" (whoever that is. I will never know or want to know. hehe.), and many other memorable tv-related tunes. there's tons on tunes that gratify nerd power for all it's worth. Songs like "Compucore", "Nerd Power Part. 2", "Nerds In Space" and countless other fine helpings of nerdom. standout tunes would have to be the above mentioned, "Prison Song", "Nerdy Girl" and their takes on Buddy Holly's "Oh Boy" and G.G. Allin's "Hard Candy Cock." "The Say It Booger" track had me rolling and brought a tear to my eye ( I just love that movie, man!). The only downfall that I can see with this release is the sound quality. It's a safe bet that this was taken from a tape source. There's traces of tape hiss on this and occasionally you can hear a drop out from an obviously worn out master mix tape. sometimes the sound is so muddy that you can't hear the drums or guitar track . But don't that detract you from getting this fine release. Besides these few measly minor flaws I highly recommend buying this release. It's worth of anyone's collection. I give it 4 out of 5 shakes of my yaknowhatsits. (loser!)

Thursday, February 15, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY: California State Capitol 1987


MAY 24, 1987:
Christ On Parade, Corrupted Morals, Neurosis*, Isocracy, Sins Of The Flesh, Positive Outlook, Sewer Trout, Pollution Circus, Grandma Hashbrown, Cancer Garden
at the Calfornia State Capitol Building (West Steps), Sacramento.


*: Neurosis didn't play due to their drummer being arrested for picking the grass. F'n Cops!

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY: 2nd Level 1987




September 25, 1987
P.K.G., I.G.D., Sarcastics, Infectious Waste, Team Urinals, Herbicide
at the 2nd Level, Sacramento

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Monday, February 12, 2007

SHOW TONIGHT


Monday, February 12
FINAL SUMMATION, UGLY LITTER (Eugene, OR), THE COMPOUND,
DRASTIC ACTIONS

at On The Y
670 Fulton Ave
, Sacramento
9:30PM 21+ $5.00

Friday, February 09, 2007

REVIEWS: Mynock

Mynock-"No Title" 7" EP (Tortellini Records).
This is definitely a great 7" and the first in a batch of 3 7"s put about by these great Sactoe punksters' Mynock (see LP review for my rave on Mynock). What can I say about this record other than it's great. What makes it special is that it's probably states the bands' style best. Fun, energetic and filled with a great sense of humor to boot. Plus it features some of their best songs by far. Songs that once you hear they tend to stick in yer mind and you'll catch yerself humming them in yer sleep (I know I do). This features great Mynock ditties such as "Games 4 F.U.N", "Drinkin' On An Empty Stomach" and Notta Surf Song Brah(Drive)". Plus it features one of my favorite acoustic songs of all time "City Of Tokyo" (sang by their former git player Patrick). God, I just love that song and it makes me long to go to Tokyo every time I hear it. Plus Patrick's singing is so heartfelt that you can sympathize with his lyrics. Rounding out this piece of vinyl is a special ska version of their song "Pigs And A Blanket" called "Ska Pigs And A Blanket". I remember being on the studio floor and trying my hardest to not laugh when hearing them record this version. The sheer lunacy of the track brings a smile to anyones face. Not yer typcal Mynock track by far. It's great indeed. An great added touch is the photo collage cover of this disc. Loads of quick snapshots of past and present members of Mynock and some great candid moments. Brings to mind feelings of friendship, beer drinking and togetherness. Especially love the two photos that yers truly is in from the fabled "Phantom Menace" screening roadtrip in Reno. I highly recommend getting this record. I give it 5 outta 5 shakes of my yaknowwhatits. Buy it dammit. Tortellinni Records / P.O. Box 189634 / Sacramento, CA 95818-9634. (loser!)

Mynock-"Don't Even Core" 7" EP (Tortellinni Records).
2nd in a fine triple threat release of great 7"'s from Mynock. This one being probably the most diverse one and unique of the bunch. Why you say? Cuz it contains the most of the alternate recorded versions of their songs from the sessions that produced their collective output of releases. The band recorded ska, joke and hardcore versions of their songs for fun and this release takes the lion's share of those tracks. I love it for just that. It captures the sure creativity and lunacy that makes of these fine lads. You get special hardcore versions of "Pigs And A Blanket" and "Notta Surf Song Brah" . Featuring drummer/vocalist singing in very aggresive harsh hoarse pissed off manuerism that works perfecty (somehow it makes the songs even better). Plus there's an hilarious take on their song "Hellapission" called "Hellabustopin'". Basically a studio voiceover track of Keith and Manny having a conversation at a bus stop. It's fairly humorous and will get you laughing big time. I know I do. Also, includes are Mynock greats such as "American Flag" (with Brian Ballentine). "So-Co Crew", and SpinkDrescials". the cover is pretty hilarious too (esp. the pissing one on the back). Definitely, a must have in my book. I give it 5 outta 5 shakes of my yaknowhatsits. (Tortellinni Records). (loser!)

Mynock-"Zero Five. Nineteen. One Thousand Nine Hundred And Ninety Nine 7" EP (Tortellinni Records).
Gawd, probably the record holder for longest titled release in my huge record collection (well maybe). Hehe. But definitely worthy of inclusion in it or anyones record collection. Hmm, another great disc by those Sactoe punks. Third in a great assualt of Mynock 7"s that released at the same time. This one features some great tracks and fan favorites to boot. Plus the Star Wars tone/leanings of the band is made fairly obvious on this one. Just look at the cover of the Mynock creature featured in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Plus, yer gotta great blatant Star Wars influenced tracks such as "Dagobah System" and Tarkins Confidence". Makes me wanna dig out my Star Wars movies and toys and have a good ole Star Wars induced orgy of a great time (plus makes me have really naughty dreams of yers truly and Princess Leia too. Mmm mmm crack that whip baby!). Plus ya get a great drinking song in the form of "Drinkin' On an Empty Stomach". A ska version of "First Dee" entitled "Second Dee". Mynock faves "Choose' and "Impressions" make their presense known here too. All-in-all this is a really well-rounded out piece of vinyl that is worthy of dozens and dozen of listens. Damn, fetch yelself up two copies while yer at it. Cuz ya might just wear out that the essential first one. Ok, it's seems fairly obvious--i'm a big fan of Mynock--so shoot me!--hehe! I personally give this 4 1/2 outta 5 shakes of my yaknowhatits (loser!)

Mynock "Chewy" CD (CD-R) (Tortellinni Reck-Whords).
Damn, I have been waiting for this for a while and it took me by surprise when it came out. Mynock are probably my favorite local band along with Red Tape and Brian Ballentine and Friends. This CD is a lot different than the first to me, for one because they have a new guitarist (Mick) since the last one and I think he adds a lot to their sound because he is extremely good. As for sound quality this CD rocks! The only complaint that I have is that the drums sound kinda.....I dont know, like they were recorded in a different studio? I mean not the drum playing because Keith is such a great drummer but I mean the way they were recorded or mixed sounds kinda empty I guess, but enough of that. This CD has I think 3 or 4 songs that were also on the last CD and they sound better then ever. One thing I was hoping is that this CD would have the song "Punk Rawk Girl" on it, I have hered them play that song so many times live, it's great and yes it is on the CD, but my favorite Mynock song of all is "Nine To Five," this is like the ultimate feel good song and is about work and of course drinking since this is Mynock. All the musicianship is great on this CD we all know Keith is a bad-ass drummer, Manny can play bass better then probably anyone in any of the local punk bands and Mick I think can play anything with strings, also the fact that Keith sings while playing drums is so great. The other great surprise for this CD the country version of the title track "Chewy" which starts out as an old man telling a young boy a story, it's really funny and has a great blues style guitar solo. For anyone that hasn't heard Mynock before they play really fast punk most of the time but this CD has some slow country sounding tunes too, all their songs are ultra sing-a-longs and make you want to drink a beer and forget about everything. Song list for this CD is: Chewy, Simplicity, Drinking Again, I Fell Short, Fascism Failed, Punk Rawk Girl, Games For F.U.N., Nine To Five, Harvest Time For The Lazy and Cunttree Chewy. (Tortellinni Reck-Whords P.O. Box 189634, Sacramento, CA 95818-9634) (Cory Brat)

Sacramento Show Listings For 1983

01-06-THU-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies
01-07-FRI-Peter Bilt at Beaverbrooks North
01-08-SAT-Features at Beaverbrooks North
01-08-SAT-Squares, Defectors at Harry's Bar 9:30PM $3
01-11-TUE-The Kicks at Galactica 2000 9PM
01-12-WED-The Kicks at Galactica 2000 9PM
01-13-THU-Dream Syndicate, Toiling Midgets, Game Theory at Galactica 2000 9PM $4.50/6
01-13-THU-Features at Harry's Bar
01-14-FRI-Features at Harry's Bar
01-15-SAT-L.A.'s Wasted Youth, Dead Pledge, Authorities, Tales Of Terror, Vandals at Clunie Auditorium (McKinley Park) 9PM A/A
01-21-FRI-Black Slacks at Fat Fonzies
01-22-SAT-Defectors at Fat Fonzies
01-27-THU-Isolation, Intergroup, The Mix at Galactica 2000 9PM $2
01-28-FRI-Features, Modern Eyes at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM $3
01-28-FRI-Peter Bilt at Harry's Bar
01-29-SAT-Features, Modern Eyes at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM $3
01-29-SAT-Bonnie Hayes And The Wild Combo at UC Davis Coffeehouse

02-03-THU-Modern Eyes, Teddy Boys, TBA's at Galactica 2000 9PM $2.50
02-05-SAT-Black Slacks at Beaverbrooks North
02-06-SUN-Eric Clapton, Ry Cooder at Sacramento Memorial Auditorium 8PM
02-10-THU-Bangles, Plegs, TBA's at Galactica 2000 8PM $4.50/6
02-10-THU-Internal Affairs, The Primates at Harry's Bar
02-10-THU-Child Support at China Wagon
02-10-THU-Secret Service at the Union
02-11-FRI-Child Support at China Wagon
02-11-FRI-Features at Melarkey's
02-11-FRI-Secret Service at the Union
02-12-SAT-Greg Kihn Band at the Oasis Ballroom
02-12-SAT-Child Support at China Wagon
02-12-SAT-Features at Melarkey's
02-12-SUN-Secret Service at the Union
02-15-TUE-Isolation, Teddy Boys at Fat Fonzies 8PM
02-16-WED-Child Support at the Union
02-16-WED-Count Basie & His Orchestra at the Sacramento Community Center Theater 8PM
02-17-THU-Bush Tetras, The Verve at Beaverbrooks North
02-18-FRI-T.S.O.L., TBA at American Legion Post 61 9PM
02-18-FRI-True West, TBA's at Fat Fonzies
02-18-FRI-Secret Service at Harry's Bar
02-18-FRI-Features, Eddie & The Tide at The Oasis Ballroom
02-19-SAT-Thin White Rope, Isolation at Fat Fonzies
02-19-SAT-Lloyds, Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North
02-19-SAT-Features, Eddie & The Tide at the Oasis Ballroom
02-20-SUN-Features at the Oasis Ballroom
02-20-SUN-Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles at The Grand Ballroom, Woodlake Inn 7:30PM
02-20-SUN-Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles at The Grand Ballroom, Woodlake Inn 10PM
02-22-TUE-Rel Tones, Pleg at Fat Fonzies
02-25-FRI-Features at Harry's Bar
02-25-FRI-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies
02-25-FRI-Peter Bilt, Elements Of Style at Beaverbrooks North
02-26-SAT-Features, The Kicks at Fat Fonzies (Spy Party - James Bond movies will be shown)
02-26-SAT-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar
02-28-MON-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies (Special M*A*S*H* Farewell Party
02-28-MON-Jerry Lee Lewis at Lonesome Armadillo, 120 Church St, Roseville 8PM $17.50
02-29-TUE-Lords Of The New Church at Galactica 2000 9PM $7/8.50
02-29-TUE-Jerry Lee Lewis at Lonesome Armadilla, 120 Church St, Roseville 8PM $17.50

03-02-WED-Billy Squier, Saga at UCD Rec. Hall, Davis 8PM A/A $8.50/11.50
03-03-THu-Dyst Frut, Ground Zero, New Americans at Galactica 2000 9PM
03-03-THU-Features at the Oasis Ballroom
03-04-FRI-Peter Bilt, Permanent Wave at Beaverbrooks North
03-04-FRI-Features at the Oasis Ballroom
03-05-SAT-Peter Bilt, Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North
03-05-SAT-Features at the Oasis Ballroom
03-06-SUN-Features at the Oasis Ballroom
03-07-MON-Blasters, Rank 'N' File at Galactica 2000 8PM $8
03-10-THU-Tumblers at Beaverbrooks North
03-10-THU-Reltones, Teddy Boys at Fat Fonzies
03-10-THU-Grandmaster Flash, Furious Five at Galactica 2000 8PM
03-11-FRI-Rank 'N' File, Renegades at Beaverbrooks North
03-11-FRI-Modern Eyes at Fat Fonzies
03-11-FRI-Jonathan Richman at Palm's Playhouse, Davis 7:30PM
03-11-FRI-Jonathan Richman at Palm's Playhouse, Davis 10PM
03-12-SAT-Modern Eyes at Fat Fonzies
03-14-MON-Child Support at Fat Fonzies
03-17-THU-Black Slacks at Fat Fonzies
03-18-FRI-Features at Fat Fonzies
03-19-SAT-M.D.C., Tales Of Terror, Dicks, Authorities, Social Revenge at Clunie Hall, McKinley Park
03-19-SAT-Features at Fat Fonzies
03-19-SAT-Ventures, Captain's Crew at the Sutter Creek Theatre, 44 Main St, Sutter Creek 7PM $8/9
03-19-SAT-Ventures, Captain's Crew at the Sutter Creek Theatre, 44 Main St, Sutten Creek 10PM $8/9
03-23-WED-Pell Mell, Rebel Truth, Teddy Boys at Galactica 2000 8PM $3
03-31-THU-Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North

04-02-SAT-Flipper, Animal Thing at China Wagon 8PM
04-06-WED-Red Ryder at Galactica 2000
04-07-THU-The Call, Suburbs at Galactica 2000
04-08-FRI-Minor Threat, Toxic Reasons, 7 Seconds, Dead Pledge, P.O.W. at 24th St. Theatre 7PM A/A $6
04-14-THU-Black Flag at Galactica 2000 (Might be 04-22)
04-14-THU-Steppenwolf at the El Dorado Saloon
04-15-FRI-Bonnie Hayes And The Wild Combo, Permanent Wave at Beaverbrooks North
04-16-SAT-Bonnie Hayes And The Wild Combo, Permaent Wave at Beaverbrooks North
04-19-TUE-Quiet Riot, Arson at the El Dorado Saloon 8PM 21+
04-20-WED-Secret Service at Harry's Bar
04-21-THU-Isolation, Teddy Boys at Fat Fonzies
04-22-FRI-Black Flag at the Galactica 2000 8PM
04-22-FRI-Hunting Game, Thin White Rope, Romex at Fat Fonzies
04-22-FRI-Features at Beaverbrooks North
04-22-FRI-Secret Service at Harry's Bar
04-23-SAT-Intergroup, Romex at Fat Fonzies
04-23-SAT-Features at Beaverbrooks North
04-23-SAT-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar
04-23-SAT-Black Slacks at Melarkey's
04-25-MON-Features at Fat Fonzies
04-26-TUE-Razor at Fat Fonzies
04-28-THU-Intergroup, Teddy Boys at Entertainment Factory
04-29-FRI-Dead Kennedys, Naked Lady Wrestlers, Rebel Truth, Tales Of Terror, Dead Pledge at the Crest Theatre 8PM A/A $6.50
04-29-FRI-Magic, Peter Bilt at Beaverbrooks North
04-30-SAT-Ramones at CSUS South Gym 8PM A/A
04-30-SAT-Magic, Peter Bilt at Beaverbrooks North
04-30-SAT-Internal Affairs (Record Release) at Harry's Bar

05-07-SAT-X, Flesheaters, D.O.A., Untouchables, Hunting Game at Crest Theater 8PM A/A $7/9
05-08-SUN-Black Slacks at Melarkeys
05-12-THU-Antics (formerly the Pleg), Toys at Galactica 2000 9PM
05-13-FRI-Secret Service, Tony Lonely Band at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM $3
05-13-FRI-Hillbilly Cadillac at Harry's Bar & Grill
05-14-SAT-Peter Bilt, Mojo at Harry's Bar & Grill
05-20-FRI-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill
05-21-SAT-Explosives at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM $3
05-21-SAT-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill
05-22-SUN-Lita Ford at Galactica 2000
05-22-SUN-Black Slacks at Melarkeys 9PM
05-24-TUE-Berlin at the Crest Theater 8PM
05-26-THU-Eddie & The Tide (Record Release) at the Oasis Ballroom
05-27-FRI-Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
05-27-FRI-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill 9:30PM
05-27-FRI-Eddie & The Tide (Record Release) at the Oasis Ballroom
05-28-SAT-J.F.A., Crucifix, Whipping Boy, Double Cross, Social Revenge at the Vortograph 8PM
05-28-SAT-Bow Wow Wow, True West at the Crest Theater 8PM $8.50/11
05-28-SAT-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill 9:30PM
05-29-SUN-Black Slacks at Melarkeys 9PM

06-03-FRI-Social Distortion, Los Oblivadados, Frantix at Club Minimal 8PM
06-03-FRI-Black Slacks, Peter Built at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
06-04-SAT-Isolation, Romex, Intergroup at Fat Fonzies
06-04-SAT-Pearl Seven, Peter Built at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
06-04-SAT-Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Men At Work, Stray Cats, Night Ranger, Plimsouls at Calavares County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp 11AM A/A (10th Annual Mountain Aire Festival)
06-05-SUN-Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Men At Work, Stray Cats, Night Ranger, Plimsouls at Calavares County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp 11AM (10th Annual Mountain Aire Festival)
06-06-MON-Roy Orbison at the Lonesome Armadillo, Roseville 7PM $12
06-06-MON-Roy Orbison at the Lonesome Armadillo, Roseville 10PM $12
06-09-THU-Secret Service, Pink Mink at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
06-09-THU-Sharks at Ghil's 9:30PM
06-09-THU-City Kidd at the Oasis Ballroom (City Kidd later became Tesla)
06-09-THU-Eddie & The Tide, Fahrenheit at the El Dorado Saloon 9PM
06-10-FRI-Secret Service, Pink Mink at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
06-10-FRI-Sharks at Ghil's 9:30PM
06-10-FRI-Imposters at Harry's Bar & Grill
06-11-FRI-City Kidd at the Oasis Ballroom
06-11-SAT-Code Of Honor, Tales Of Terror, Straw Dogs, Channel 3 at Club Minimal 8PM
06-11-SAT-Internal Affairs, Pink Mink at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
06-11-SAT-Steel Breeze at the Oasis Ballroom
06-13-MON-R.E.M., Features, Let's Active at the Crest Theater 8PM $6/7.50
06-15-WED-Broken Glasses at Fat Fonzie's
06-16-THU-Split Image at Fat Fonzies
06-17-FRI-Hunting Game, Hostages at Fat Fonzies
06-17-FRI-Thin White Rope, Paris Working at Fat Fonzies
06-17-FRI-Black Slacks at Melarkeys 9PM
06-18-SAT-Black Slacks at Melarkeys 9PM
06-18-SAT-Coasters, Vintage at Sutter Creek Theatre, 44 Main St, Sutter Creek 7PM $7
06-18-SAT-Coasters, Vintage at Sutter Creek Theatre, 44 Main St, Sutter Creek 10PM $7

06-21-TUE-Antics at Fat Fonzies
06-22-WED-Sharks at Fat Fonzies
06-22-WED-Joan Armatrading at the Sacramento Community Center Theatre 8PM $12.15/1315
06-23-THU-Three O' Clock, True West, Tales Of Terror at Club Minimal 8PM
06-24-FRI-Untouchables, Antics, Child Support at the Vortograph 9PM $4
06-24-FRI-Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
06-25-FRI-Fade To Black, Fountain Of Use at Fat Fonzies
06-25-FRI-Sharks at Club 400
06-25-FRI-Internal Affairs at Harry's Bar & Grill
06-25-FRI-Ron Thompson, Resistors at Palm's Playhouse, Davis 8:30PM
06-25-SAT-D.O.A., The Vacant, Authorities, Agent 86 at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $4.50/6
06-25-SAT-X-Men, Harry Price Band at Fat Fonzies
06-25-SAT-Murphy's Lawyers, Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
06-25-SAT-Sharks at Club 400
06-25-SAT-Internal Affair at Harry's Bar & Grill
06-25-SAT-Baltimores, Jonathan Richman at Palm's Playhouse 8PM
06-25-SAT-Baltimores, Jonathan Richman at Palm's Playhouse 10PM
06-26-SUN-Internal Affairs at Melarkeys 9PM
06-28-TUE-Antics at Fat Fonzies
06-29-WED-Isolation, Romex at Fat Fonzies
06-30-THU-Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM

07-01-FRI-Secret Service at Harry's Bar & Grill
07-01-FRI-Features at the Rock Factory
07-02-SAT-Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Coasters, Fabian, Shirelles, Little Anthony at Hughes Stadium 11AM A/A $14.95 (Oldies But Goodies Concert-Picnic)
07-02-SAT-Red Rockers, Eddie & The Tide, Receders at the Crest Theater $7.50/9
07-02-SAT-Features at the Rock Factory
07-02-SAT-Secret Service at Harry's Bar & Grill
07-02-SAT-Internal Affairs at Melarkeys
07-02-SAT-Lloyds, Internal Affairs at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
07-03-SUN-Iron Maiden, Saxon, Fastway at Memorial Auditorium 8PM $11.15/13/15
07-06-WED-City Kidd at the Rock Factory
07-07-THU-Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
07-08-FRI-Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
07-09-SAT-Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
07-09-SAT-Eddie & The Tide, The Captured at the Oasis Ballroom 8PM $3
07-14-THU-Sharks at Club 400
07-15-FRI-Rank & File at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM $4
07-15-FRI-Internal Affairs at Melarkeys
07-15-FRI-Peter Rowan at Palm's Playhouse, Davis 8PM $8.50
07-15-FRI-Peter Rowan at Palm's Playhouse, Davis 10:30PM 10:30PM $8.50
07-16-SAT-Peter Built, Black Slacks at Beaverbrooks North
07-17-SUN-Internal Affairs at Melarkeys
07-21-THU-Inter Group, Romex, Vis-A-Vie at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
07-21-THU-Sharks at Club 400
07-21-THU-Black Slacks at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
07-21-THU-Eddie Money, Ian Shelter at Placer County Fairgrounds Arena, Roseville 8PM A/A $10.50/$14
07-22-FRI-Game Theory, Veil at Fat Fonzies 9PM
07-22-FRI-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill
07-22-FRI-Lloyds, Murphy's Lawyers at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
07-22-FRI-Raskidus & The Roots Connection (Jamaica), Isa Wah at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
07-23-SAT-Code Of Honor, Personality Crysis, Dead Pledge at Club Minimal 8PM A/A

07-23-SAT-Game Theory at Fat Fonzies 9PM
07-23-SAT-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill
07-24-SUN-Internal Affairs at Melarkeys 9PM
07-26-TUE-Neil Young at the Cal Expo Amphitheatre 8PM A/A
07-28-THU-TBA's, Modern Eyes at Fat Fonzies 9:30PM
07-29-FRI-Paris Working, Isolation at Fat Fonzies 9:30PM
07-30-SAT-Hostages, Internal Affairs at Fat Fonzies 9:30PM $3
07-31-SUN-Blackfoot, Krokus, Twisted Sister at the Memorial Auditorium 8PM

08-02-TUE-Aerosmith, Dio at the Cal Expo Amphitheatre 8PM
08-02-TUE-Secret Service at the Rock Factory
08-02-TUE-Johnny Rivers at El Dorado Saloon 7:30PM
08-02-TUE-Johnny Rivers at El Dorado Saloon 11PM
08-04-THU-Sharks at Club 400 9PM
08-04-THU-Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
08-04-THU-Illusions at Fat Fonzies
08-05-FRI-Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
08-05-FRI-Imposters at Harry's Bar & Grill
08-05-FRI-John Cale at Palm's Playhouse, Davis 8PM
08-05-FRI-John Cale at Palm's Playhouse, Davis 10:30PM
08-06-SAT-Peter Bilt, Black Slacks at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
08-06-SAT-Imposters at Harry's Bar & Grill
08-06-SAT-Isa Wah, Holdstock, Macleod at 650 Capitol Mall 6-10PM FREE (100-Hour Peace Vigil)
08-06-SAT-Internal Affairs at Melarkeys 9PM
08-07-SUN-Sharks at Harry's Bar & Grill
08-07-SUN-Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
08-08-MON-Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
08-08-MON-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies
08-09-TUE-Plimsouls, Features, Stray Heart at the Rock Factory 9:30PM A/A $3.98
08-09-TUE-Eddie & The Tide at the El Dorado Saloon 9PM 21+
08-10-WED-Rude Mechanical at Fat Fonzies
08-10-WED-Hall & Oates at Cal Expo Amphitheatre 8PM A/A $12.50
08-12-FRI-Game Theory, Torn Boys at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
08-12-FRI-Features at Fat Fonzies
08-12-FRI-Sharks at Harry's Bar & Grill
08-13-SAT-Sharks at Harry's Bar & Grill
08-14-SUN-Sharks at Harry's Bar & Grill
08-15-MON-Convertibles at Fat Fonzies
08-15-MON-Radio Flyer at the Rock Factory
08-16-TUE-Antics, Isolation at Fat Fonzies
08-16-TUE-Radio Flyer at theRock Factory
08-18-THU-Hunting Game at The Union 9PM $2 (Club Can't Tell dance club)
08-18-THU-Black Slacks, TBA's at Club Minimal 8PM
08-18-THU-Illusions at Fat Fonzies
08-19-FRI-Mojo, Black Slacks at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
08-19-FRI-Sammy Hagar, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Y&T at Cal Expo Grandstands 5PM A/A $16.50
08-19-FRI-Boyz, Obvious, Red Rum, MX, tons more at Helvetia Park (24-Hour Save The Mountain Benefit Show, Friday through Sunday)
08-20-SAT-Ron & The Resistors, Blue Flames at Beaverbrooks North
08-21-SUN-Sharks at Harry's Bar & Grill
08-23-TUE-Blasters at Cal Expo Amphitheatre 4:30PM A/A (California State Fair)
08-23-TUE-Blasters at Cal Expo Amphitheatre 8:30PM A/A (California State Fair)
08-23-TUE-Tumblers at Harry's Bar & Grill
08-25-THU-OXO, Norton at the California State Fair
08-25-THU-Features at the El Dorado Saloon 21+
08-26-FRI-Features at the El Dorado Saloon 21+
08-26-FRI-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies
08-26-FRI-Radikus & The Roots Connection, Isa Wah at Club Minimal 8PM (reggae)
08-27-SAT-Features at the El Dorado Saloon 21+
08-27-SAT-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies
08-27-SAT-Eddie & The Tide at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
08-28-SUN-Sharks at Harry's Bar & Grill
08-30-TUE-Greg Kihn Band, Huey Lewis & The News at Cal Expo Amphitheatre (California State Fair)
08-30-TUE-Antics at Fat Fonzies
08-30-TUE-Secret Service at the Rock Factory
08-31-WED-Animals at the Sacramento Community Convention Theater 8PM
08-31-WED-James Brown at Cal Expo Amphitheatre 4:30PM A/A (California State Fair)
08-31-WED-James Brown at Cal Expo Amphitheatre 8:30PM A/A (California State Fair)
08-31-WED-Senders at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM

09-01-THU-Features at the Oasis Ballroom 9PM
09-02-FRI-Features at the Oasis Ballroom 9PM
09-02-FRI-Secret Service at Harry's Bar & Grill
09-03-SAT-Redd Kross, Toxic Reasons, Personality Crysis at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
09-03-SAT-Peter Bilt, Yanks at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-03-SAT-Features at the Oasis Ballroom 9PM
09-03-SAT-Secret Service at Harry's Bar & Grill
09-04-SUN-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill
09-04-SUN-Secret Service at the Oasis Ballroom 9PM
09-04-SUN-Grass Roots at El Dorado Saloon 9PM
09-04-SUN-Jazzy Jay at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
09-05-MON-Secret Service at the Oasis Ballroom 9PM
09-06-TUE-Dream Syndicate, True West, Johnny Patterson Band at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $4.50
09-07-WED-Sharks at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-08-THU-Bangles, Big Race, Antics at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $4.50
09-08-THU-Kenny Loggins at Cal Expo Amphitheatre 8PM A/A
09-11-SUN-Angel & The Kakes at Harry's Bar & Grill
09-14-WED-Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-14-WED-The Kicks at Melarkeys 9PM
09-15-THU-Tumblers, Diced Fruit at Fat Fonzies
09-15-THU-Angel & The Kakes, Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-16-FRI-Pariah, Authorities at Club Minimal 8PM
09-16-FRI-Rude Mechanix, Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-16-FRI-Hostages at Fat Fonzies
09-16-FRI-Eddie & The Tide at the Oasis Ballroom
09-17-SAT-The Search at Club Minimal 8PM
09-17-SAT-Antics, Diced Fruit at Fat Fonzies
09-17-SAT-Lifters, Features at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-18-SUN-Rude Mechanix, Rhythm School at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-20-TUE-Jack Mack & The Heart Attack, Radio Flyer at the El Dorado Saloon 9PM 21+ $5.50/7 (Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Benefit)
09-22-THU-Sharks at Club 400 9PM
09-22-THU-Molly Hatchet, Jetz at the Lonesome Armadillo, Roseville
09-22-THU-Ink Spots, Four Lads at the Showboat, 4451 Pacific Ave, Rocklin 7PM
09-22-THU-Ink Spots, Four Lads at the Showboat, 4451 Pacific Ave, Rocklin 10:15PM
09-23-FRI-Features, Rhythm Schook at Club Minimal 8PM
09-23-FRI-Contractions at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-23-FRI-Sharks at Club 400 9PM
09-23-FRI-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill 9PM
09-23-FRI-The Veil, Full Ensomble at Fat Fonzies
09-24-SAT-Sharks at Club 400 9PM
09-25-SAT-Children Of Jah, Oquishais Paradox at Club Minimal 8PM (Reggae)
09-25-SUN-Tubes at Cal Expo Amphitheatre
09-25-SUN-Hunting Game at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM<
09-25-SUN-Tumblers at Harry's Bar & Grill
09-26-MON-Juice Newton, Bob Dubac at Sacramento Community Center Theatre 8PM
09-27-TUE-Shakin' Pyramids, The Cast at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-28-WED-The Kicks at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
09-29-THU-Sharks at Club 400 9PM
09-29-THU-Eddie & The Tide at the Lonesome Armadillo, Roseville
09-30-FRI-Tales Of Terror, Fang, Thirteen, Dead Pledge at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $3/4<

10-01-SAT-Featues at the El Dorado Saloon 9PM 21+
10-01-SAT-Santana, Fabulous Thunderbirds at Cal Expo Amphitheatre 7PM
10-02-SUN-Beach Boys, Pablo Cruise, The Edge at Cal Expo Amphitheatre 2PM
10-02-SUN-Features, Swedish Films, Diced Fruit at the El Dorado Saloon 9PM 21+
10-03-MON-Wire Train, Red Devils at Freeborn Hall (UC Davis), Davis 8PM
10-05-WED-Translator at Beaverbrooks North 9PM $4
10-07-FRI-D.O.A., Social Unrest, 3 Stooges, Authorities at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
10-08-SAT-Mojo at Beaverbrooks North 9PM
10-09-SUN-Men At Work, Mental As Anything at Cal Expo Amphitheatre 8PM A/A $12.50
10-09-SUN-Modern Eyes, Real George at Beaverbrooks North 9:30PM
10-09-SUN-X, Wire Train, Red Devils at Freeborn Hall (UC Davis), Davis 8PM A/A $7.50 (students)/$8.50 (general)
10-11-TUE-Eddie & The Tide at the El Dorado Saloon 9PM 21+
10-13-THU-Bourgeois Tagg, Features at Beaverbrooks North 9PM
10-14-FRI-Game Theory, The Veil at Fat Fonzies
10-14-FRI-The Talk, Features at Beaverbrooks North 9PM
10-15-SAT-Circle Jerks at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
10-15-SAT-Lifters, Black Slacks at Beaverbrooks North 9PM
10-15-SAT-Secret Service at Harry's Bar & Grill
10-16-SUN-Diced Fruit, Antics at Beaverbrooks North 9PM
10-19-WED-Bourgeois Tagg at Melarkeys
10-20-THU-Motels, Payolas at Freeborn Hall (UC Davis), Davis 8PM A/A $9.75 (students)/10.75 (general)
10-21-FRI-M.D.C., The Vacant, Afflicted, Forced Tradition at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
10-21-FRI-Bonnie Hayes & The Wild Combo, RX, Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North 9PM $4
10-21-FRI-The Kicks at Club 400 9PM
10-22-SAT-Features, Love Tractor at Beaverbrooks North 9PM
10-22-SAT-Isa Wah at Club Minimal 8PM A/A (reggae/ska)
10-23-SUN-Bourgeois Tagg at Harry's Bar & Grill
10-26-WED-Huey Lewis & The News, Dr. Gonzo (comedian) at the Crest Theater 8PM A/A
10-28-FRI-Antics, The Search, Torn Boys at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $3
10-28-FRI-Angel & The Kakes at Harry's Bar & Grill
10-28-FRI-The Kicks at Club 400 9PM
10-29-SAT-Code Of Honor, Crucifix, Tales Of Terror, Circle Cross at Club Minimal 8PM A/A 4.50/6
10-29-SAT-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill
10-30-SUN-Hunting Game at Beaverbrooks North 9PM
10-31-MON-Sharks at Beaverbrooks North 9PM (Halloween Party)

11-03-THU-Imposters at Beaverbrooks North 8PM 18+
11-03-THU-Bourgeios Tagg at Melarkeys 9PM
11-04-FRI-Rude Mechanical at Fat Fonzies
11-04-FRI-Mojo at Beaverbrooks North 8PM 18+
11-04-FRI-Bourgeios Tagg at Melarkeys 9PM
11-04-FRI-Imposters at Harry's Bar & Grill
11-05-SAT-Black Slacks at Beaverbrooks North 8PM 18+
11-09-WED-Plimsouls, Features at Beaverbrooks North 8PM 18+ $5
11-10-THU-Untouchables at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
11-10-THU-Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers at UCD Coffeehouse, Davis 8PM $6/7
11-11-FRI-Features at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
11-11-FRI-Antics at Fat Fonzies
11-11-FRI-The Kicks at Club 400
11-11-FRI-Nobs at D.O. Mills
11-12-SAT-Lemans at Club Minimal 8PM A/A
11-12-SAT-Features at Fat Fonzies
11-12-SAT-Attics, Uptones at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
11-12-SAT-Black Slacks at D.O. Mills
11-12-SAT-The Kicks at Club 400
11-13-SUN-Game Theory, Our Daughter's Wedding at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
11-13-SUN-Radio Flyer at Harry's Bar & Grill
11-14-MON-Rude Mechanical at Fat Fonzies
11-14-MON-Male Burlesque, Sharks at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
11-15-TUE-Red Line at Fat Fonzies
11-16-WED-Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+ (Fraternity & Sorority Night)
11-17-THU-Rude Mechanical at Fat Fonzies
11-18-FRI-Steele, Red Rum, Anvil Chorus at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $3/4
11-18-FRI-Stray Cats, Roman Holliday, Fourteen Karat Soul at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium 8PM A/A $10.95/12.95
11-18-FRI-Sharks at Club 400 9PM
11-18-FRI-Secret Service at D.O. Mills
11-18-FRI-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies
11-19-SAT-Pariah, The Vacant, Forced Tradition at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $3/4
11-19-SAT-Sharks at Club 400 9PM
11-19-SAT-John Hiatt, Baltimores at the 24th St. Theatre 8PM A/A $7.50
11-19-SAT-John Hiatt, Baltimores at the 24th St. Theatre 10:30PM A/A $7.50
11-19-SAT-Secret Service at D.O. Mills
11-19-SAT-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies
11-20-SUN-Motley Crue, Axe at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium 7PM A/A $9.95/11.95
11-21-MON-The Nobs, Male Burlesque at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
11-23-WED-Sharks at Beaverbrooks North
11-24-THU-Burning Sensations, Features at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM $4/6
11-24-THU-Bourgeois Tagg at Melarkey's
11-25-FRI-Thin White Rope at Fat Fonzies
11-25-FRI-Features, Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
11-25-FRI-Bourgeois Tagg at Harry's Bar & Grill
11-25-FRI-Caribbean All-Stars, Vision at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $4/5 (Reggae)
11-26-SAT-Features, Secret Service at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
11-26-SAT-No-Boy, Child Support at Fat Fonzies
11-26-SAT-Bourgeois Tagg at Harry's Bar & Grill
11-27-SUN-Secret Service at Harry's Bar & Grill
11-27-SUN-The Nobs at Melarkey's
11-28-MON-Male Burlesque, Sharks at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
11-28-MON-Rude Mechanical at Fat Fonzies
11-29-TUE-Steeler, Steele, Panther at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $4.50/6
11-29-TUE-John Kay And Steppenwolf, Streets at El Dorado Saloon 8PM 21+ $7/9
11-29-TUE-John Kay And Steppenwolf, Streets at El Dorado Saloon 11PM 21+ $7/9
11-30-WED-Mutants at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+

12-01-THU-Yanks, The Veil at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-01-THU-The Nobs at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-01-THU-Blue Oyster Cult, Rainbow at Sacramento Memorial Auditorium 7PM A/A $10.95/12.95
12-02-FRI-Hunting Game, Contractions at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-03-SAT-Za-Zu Pitts Memorial Orchestra, Entertainment Company at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-06-TUE-Bourgeois Tagg at the El Dorado Saloon 8PM 18+
12-07-WED-Bourgeois Tagg at the El Dorado Saloon 8PM 18+
12-08-THU-Game Theory, Torn Boys at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-08-THU-Sharks at Club 400
12-08-THU-The Nobs at Fat Fonzies
12-09-FRI-Dead Kennedys, Butthole Surfers, Tales Of Terror, Dead Pledge at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $6.50
12-09-FRI-Untouchables at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-09-FRI-Sharks at Club 400
12-09-FRI-Secret Service at D.O. Mills
12-09-FRI-Diced Fruit, Lady's Choice at Fat Fonzies
12-10-SAT-Dead Kennedys, 7 Seconds, Straw Dogs, Urban Assault at Club Minimal 8PM A/A $6.50
12-10-SAT-Antics at Fat Fonzies
12-10-SAT-Sharks at Club 400
12-10-SAT-Black Slacks at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-10-SAT-Secret Service at D.O. Mills
12-12-MON-Overkill at Fat Fonzies
12-13-TUE-Tommy Tutone at the El Dorado Saloon 7:30PM $10
12-13-TUE-Tommy Tutone at the El Dorado Saloon 10:30PM $10
12-15-THU-Lords Of The New Church, Flying Tigers at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+ $5/7
12-15-THU-Features, The Edge, Full Moon Tan, Dr. Gonzo at the Oasis Ballroom (KPOP Rock Review '83)
12-15-THU-Sunny Productions, White Hot at Fat Fonzies
12-15-THU-Foghat, Rhoads at Lonesome Armadillo, Roseville 7PM $12
12-16-FRI-The Nobs at Club 400
12-16-FRI-Secret Service at Harry's Bar & Grill
12-17-SAT-Greg Kihn Band, Features at the Oasis Ballroom 7PM
12-17-SAT-Greg Kihn Band, Features at the Oasis Ballroom 11PM
12-17-SAT-The Nobs at Club 400
12-17-SAT-Secret Service at Harry's Bar & Grill
12-18-SUN-Girlschool (UK), Singapore, Panther at the El Dorado Saloon 9PM 21+ $7
12-18-SUN-The Kicks at Harry's Bar & Grill
12-19-MON-Maleburseque, Sharks at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-19-MON-Rude Mechanical at Fat Fonzies
12-21-WED-Black Slacks at Club 400
12-21-WED-Eddie & The Tide, Ian Shelter at the Oasis Ballroom
12-22-THU-Features, Diced Fruit at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-22-THU-The Nobs at D.O. Mills
12-22-THU-Rude Mechanical at Fat Fonzies
12-23-FRI-Features, Rude Mechanical, Stiff Upper Lip at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-23-FRI-The Nobs at D.O. Mills
12-23-FRI-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies
12-24-SAT-Sharks at Harry's Bar & Grill
12-26-MON-Winterhawk, Panther, Red Rum, VO Pyramid at the Entertainment Factory
12-26-MON-Rude Mechanical at Fat Fonzies
12-28-WED-True West at Beaverbrooks North 8:30PM 18+
12-28-WED-Dokken, City Kidd at the Oasis Ballroom $5.98
12-29-THU-Antics, Diced Fruit at Beaverbrooks North
12-29-THU-The Kicks at Fat Fonzies
12-29-THU-City Kidd at the Oasis Ballroom
12-30-FRI-Tubes, Oingo Boingo at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium 8PM A/A $11.50
12-30-FRI-Diced Fruit, Lifters at Beaverbrooks North
12-30-FRI-The Nobs at Harry's Bar & Grill
12-30-FRI-City Kidd at the Oasis Ballroom
12-31-SAT-Hunting Game, Rhythm School at Fat Fonzies 9:30PM 18+ $4.50
12-31-SAT-Secret Service, Features at Beaverbrooks North
12-31-SAT-Bourgeois Tagg at D.O. Mills
12-31-SAT-Black Slacks at Harry's Bar & Grill
12-31-SAT-City Kidd at the Oasis Ballroom

FLYER OF THE DAY: Guild Theatre 1992


NOVEMBER 25, 1992:
Jumpstart, Yahmos, Qore, Los Huevos, The Bananas
at the Guild Theatre, Sacramento.

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY PT. 2: Industrial Hate


NOVEMBER 30, 1985:
Moral Majority, Redrum, Industrial Hate, Identity Crysis, Pyrruss
at 24th St. Theatre, Sacramento.

FLYER OF THE DAY: Sins Of The Flesh 1988


FEBRUARY 13, 1988:
Sins Of The Flesh, Necromancy, No Dogs
at the Bert House, Sacramento.

Sunday, February 04, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY: Unseen Force 1986


OCTOBER 13, 1986:
Unseen Force, Sewer Trout, 1 TBA
at the Place, Davis, California.

Saturday, February 03, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY: Capitol Punishment 1986


JANUARY 12, 1986:
Capitol Punishment, Neo-Nate, Industrial Hate, Skeptic Peace
at The Beat, Sacramento.

Friday, February 02, 2007

FLYER OF THE DAY: St. Patty's Day Show 1992


MARCH 17, 1992:
Schlong, Lizards, Sea Pigs
at Old Ironsides, Sacramento.

FLYER OF THE DAY: Tales Of Terror 1985



JANUARY 3, 1985:
Tales Of Terror, Hot Spit Dancers, Death's Ugly Head, Danny Poo & The Rotodoggies, Skate Nix
at the Entertainment Factory, Carmichael (Sacramento)

Thursday, February 01, 2007

INTERVIEW: Sins Of The Flesh


Sins Of The Flesh were a heavily political Sacramento hardcore punk band that were together from 1985-1990. Formed from the ashes of Industrial Hate, the band became on the best bands to ever come out of the Sacramento area. Their sound was a blistering barrage of metallic-tinged hardcore with a strong political edge. In their short career, they released one full length LP entitled "Greed", seven-inch and were featured on various compilations. One of my personal favorite all-time bands to ever come out of Sacramento.

This is an old interview that i conducted through the mail in the summer of 1988 with Sins of the Flesh.

Give Us A Brief History:
Ken: We started as Industrial Hate in 1984 and then in the summer of 1985 out singer Mike Psycho left the band and then we changed our name to Sins Of The Flesh. Finally our old guitarist. Robert "Chicken Scratch" Amada quit in October. In 1986 I moved to guitar and got Kevin to play bass.

What Do Your Lyrics Deal With?
Kevin: We practically have a song for every major political issue facing us today. From Capitalism to Socialism (social anarchy is my goal), Anti-War, No Nukes, Technology, Religion, Apartheid, Human and Animal Rights. We don't fuck around with words, our lyrics are blunks and to the point. Straightforward, man.

Ken: Though our songs are political. I can say they are very personal because everything we do in our personal lives in being seen politically and economically by those who have power in this society. so we try to tie what we do and see around us into our lyrical content.

There's A Apparent Metal Influence In Your Sound. What Do You Think About The Current Death Metal Trend?
Kevin: All our songs have to pass the test of heaviness-if they aren't heavy, they're history.

It's an attitude. A good, heavy, thrashing tune make me feel like roaring. It builds up inside and comes screaming out with all my gripes against the system mingled together. All good metal music does that. It's like the anti-rockers say, we are possessed by guitar demons! i hope or music makes people feel like raging, going out and fucking with the system a bit and with enough rage to never get caught!
As far as the death metal trend, I don't follow trends personal-if it makes people rage, it's fine with me. Metal music is the ultimate medium for expressing anger!!!! (okay)

Ken: As long as the bands keep true to their beliefs and do not compromise lyrically, it's alright.

What does "Sins Of The Flesh" mean?
Kevin: We all different ideas about that. This is how is how I look at it. Humanity has passes through three ages. The 1st age was nature revealing herself to humankind. The 2nd stage was humankind beginning to understand nature, the great age of philosophy. The 3rd age, the one were in now is the age if manipulation, humans transform nature. This age began long before Christ and is just about to come to an end. Materialism appeals directly to our egos and separates us from our mother, Earth.

To me, Sins Of The Flesh are any aspect of society that serve to satisfy our immediate "need" for material goods and put us on that speciecistic pedistal that promotes our image of master of the earth. By holding on to the dubious title of "Master," we lock ourselves into the physical plane of existence and are doomed to discontent until we realize that we must have humility and surrender to the Earth and heal it. When we do this, we are at one with the universe and will transcend to a higher level of consciousness. This material age is ending now, on August 17, the planets will come into alignment and a new age of cleansing will emerge-by surrendering to Mother Earth we can redeem ourselves from the Sins Of The Flesh.

Which Members Are Vegetarians?
Kevin: Kenny and I are vegetarians. We realized that if we hope to end oppression on all levels, we have to start with ourselves and that means cutting out habits that promote oppression. The meat industry is about the most oppressive of all. They've chopped living individualism down to the level of machinery and their operations don't give give any consideration to the natural harmonic ways of nature--they're wasteful, cruel, specicist--90% of the world's grains feed livestock which in turn only feed about 1/8 of the world populous!

Ken: It just doesn't seem right for me to take a life of an animal when i can survive without it (meat).

Any Plan For Any Upcoming Release Material?
Kevin: We plan to make a recording at the end of this month for an LP to be released this year or beginning of next year.

Ken: It should be out on Street Records (ex-KDVS DJ Tom Street's record label).

Sins Of The Flesh disbanded a fews years after this interview was conducted when Kevin (bass player) moved away from Sacramento. Ken Beisley (lead vocals/guitar) later joined Deep Six and Filibuster. He currently plays lead guitar in the Sacramento Oi! band, Pressure Point. I don't know the current whereabouts of Kevin or Tony (drummer) today.

FLYER OF THE DAY: Fang at Club Minimal 1984


MAY 4, 1984
Fang, 7 Seconds, Hot Spit Dancers, Teenage Warning, Skate Nix
at Club Minimal, Sacramento