THE BLACK MOODS, DEAD HOT WORKSHOP, THE PISTOLEROS, BANANA GUN

A 20 year tradition continues...

THE BLACK MOODS

DEAD HOT WORKSHOP

THE PISTOLEROS

BANANA GUN

Wed, November 25, 2015

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$5 advance - $8 day of show

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Since 1995, Dead Hot Workshop and the Pistoleros have come together on Thanksgiving eve, for a 'family' rock show.  Join us again this year and celebrate 20 years of good music, old friends and family.

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THE BLACK MOODS
THE BLACK MOODS
DEAD HOT WORKSHOP
Tempe, AZ-based singer/songwriter Brent Babb joined with drummer/bandleader Curtis Grippe to form the guitar-driven rock band Dead Hot Workshop in the early '90s. More than a decade (and four albums) later, the group remained one of the hardest-hitting bands on the West Coast. According to Roger Clyne of L.A.-based band the Peacemakers, "Music people in this city get as excited about what Brent Babb does as people did about what Dylan was doing in the '60s."

While their early sound centered on the two-guitar attack of Babb and Steve Larson and Babb's working-class-oriented lyrics, Dead Hot Workshop was forced to reorganize following the departure of Larson in June 1997. They recorded their second album, Karma Covered Apple, as a trio.

Dead Hot Workshop continued to shift personnel. When Brian Scott left in June 1998, he was replaced by ex-Dialectis bassist Steve Flores, and second guitarist Chris "Whitey" Whitehouse, formerly of the Satellites, was added
BANANA GUN
BANANA GUN
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