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Saturday September 11 2021
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
•••  21 AND OVER
 cow punk, country rock and roll
Rare Parts
 metal punk rock

David Roach - Vocals
Jimmy James - Guitars, Background Vocal
Tim Mosher - Guitars, Background Vocals
Todd Muscat - Bass, , Background Vocals
Patrick Muzingo - Drums and Percussion
-from Hollywood, D.C, Austin, FLA

-A gritty, streetwise rock band with a bluesy undercurrent, Junkyard's music was steeped in hard rock, Southern rock, and metal, but their roots were in punk, and two key members got their start in influential hardcore acts of the '80s. Often compared to , Junkyard shared their passion for unpretentious riffage drawn from the influences of '70s hard rock with a swagger that made their good times seem more than a little dangerous. At the same time, their blues influences were closer to the surface, and if the music was a far cry from punk, the raw edges of their early influences were there if you were looking for them. The very '80s hard rock production of their self-titled 1989 debut clearly reflected their label's desire to market the next big hard rock/metal sensation, while 1991's Sixes, Sevens & Nines had a leaner, more cohesive sound that better represented their ambitions. Their 2017 comeback album, High Water, was in the same stylistic territory as their original studio albums, but with a greater speed and snarkier attitude that boosted their punk rock influences in the mix. Their final sessions for their stillborn third album, which previously appeared on the Joker and XXX CD-R releases, got a proper release in 2019 on vinyl and CD under the title Old Habits Die Hard, they have since released some new singles in 2020. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Timbo   –   Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin
Seth von Paulus   –   Lead Guitar
Patrick Dennis   –   Bass
Mike McNamara   –   Drums
Greg McMullen   –   Pedal Steel
-from Los Angeles, CA

-Well, it’s their own.  Speedbuggy is one of the hardest playing bands in country rock music, putting their nitro-fueled cow-punk brand on a genre that’s been the soundtrack to American life for nearly 100 years……

And the style? That’s theirs, too.  Speedbuggy arrived at their unique sound through the prism of experience, history and a love for some of the greatest music from America’s past. Their inspiration comes from the hard twanging Bakersfield sound of Buck Owens and his Buckeroos, followed by Merle Haggard to the rock and roll sounds of The Clash and Creedence Clearwater Revival.  A style loud and proud enough  to cut through the noise of roadhouses packed with blue-collar crowds out for a good time.

“It was working man’s music, and that’s exactly the kind of songs we write,” says Speedbuggy’s lyricist and front man, Timbo. “They’re songs about hard jobs, drinking and loving; real stories about real people; there’s not enough of that in music these days.  I’ve worked hard jobs all my life, and I know these stories, because I’ve lived them”.

Rare Parts 
Anna St. Bunny aka Anna Bennetti guitar/vox
Erik Phillips - drums/vox
Duff Halberg bass/vox
Hugo Pierre - guitar
-from San Franciso, CA
-Darkly poignant rock-n-roll