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-from Los Angeles, CA
-When you’ve been a band long enough to release seven albums, play two thousand shows, work with Joan Jett & Stevie Van Zandt, perform live on The Price Is Right, and give birth to two children who are now old enough for guitar lessons, the Punk Rock roadshow turns into a family affair. But even with the addition of their two youngest traveling cohorts — son River and daughter Daisy — The Dollyrots won’t be confused for The Partridge Family anytime soon.
“Sometimes you get bored with the party,” says bassist/vocalist/mom Kelly Ogden. “We toured for over a decade being ridiculous, drinking too much, being crazy. Honestly, I was ready to throw in the towel more than once.” Things have changed since that earlier pre-parental era of the band, the longstanding artistic collaboration between Kelly and her husband, guitarist/dad Luis Cabezas.
“Our kids are totally normal at home but are so easy on tour. They just know what to do. It’s a part of them.”
The next adventure on the now-expanded Dollyrots caravan is a couple brand new singles and tours ahead of their eighth full length studio album. In February 2023 the band toured the UK with an exclusive early release of “Still Holding On” on Wicked Cool Records, a digital single which sees a US release April 28th.
The first physical US release, the 7-inch single “Hey Girl”, was co-produced with Steven Van Zandt at his Renegade Studios in NYC, with Geoff Sanoff Engineering. The single was released during the band’s “Hey Girl” Spring US tour. The B-Side “I Touch Myself” - a cover of the Divinyls 1990 hit - was co-Produced by longtime collaborator John Fields (Jimmy Eat World, All Time Low, Meet Me At the Altar), who is responsible for the bulk of Production credit on the upcoming full-length LP. “John Fields is our George Martin,” says Kelly. “He’s pretty much our bandmate that doesn’t tour.”
The Dollyrots are no stranger to success. They have released albums on Panic Button/Lookout and Joan Jett’s Blackheart Records, and are now working with Stevie Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records. The band has hit the Billboard Heatseekers and Independent Albums charts multiple times, they’ve been featured in movies and TV shows, and they’ve shared stages with some of punk and rock’s biggest names. Long a staple in rotation on Little Steven’s Underground Garage, the band’s consistent output perked up the ears of Wicked Cool founder Stevie Van Zandt. “Their songwriting has reached a consistent level of greatness,” he says.
The alliance with Wicked Cool, which began with the singles “Get Radical” in 2018 and “Everything” in Spring 2019 was a return to a label after several DIY, fan-funded releases since 2012. Their 2004 debut was released by legendary Punk label Lookout! while the next two came out through Joan Jett’s Blackheart Records.
The partnership with Wicked Cool has also extended to the radio, where Kelly has held down the position of morning show DJ since 2019 on The Underground Garage, another Stevie Van Zandt creation. The Kelly Ogden Program airs every weekday morning on Sirius/XM Channel 21. In addition to fronting The Dollyrots, Ogden has also appeared in or shared her voice in TV and film as has the band, including ABC’s Schooled, CSI: NY, Greek, Disney’s Brave, Easy A, The Price Is Right, Dickinson, and Girl Trash: All Night Long. She also shares a side project with Bowling For Soup frontman Jaret Reddick called Jaret and Kelly.
Always active on the live circuit, the band gearing up for extensive Summer and Fall 2023 tour plans. “At the core of this,” Luis says, “we are a married couple with two kids and a small business that we need to keep afloat. That business just happens to be artistic, which can be a reach. So these days, we try to find those middle-of-the-night moments where we can create and tap into that indescribable thing that helps us create music.” Kelly remarks, “Making this album took the longest of any yet. We struggled to find creative time during the pandemic, with 2 kids at home for a full school year. And in the end, I couldn’t be more proud of the end result.”
That full length album, tentatively titled “Night Owls”, is set for release Fall 2023 via Wicked Cool Records.
-from Sacramento, CA
-Dog Party is a California-based, indie rock'n'roll band, composed of sisters, Gwendolyn and Lucy Giles. Compared with bands like The Go-Go's, The Ramones, The White Stripes, and The Runaways, Dog Party establishes their own unique west coast sound with a dash of punk and a sprinkle of pop. With 6 records and extensive touring under their belts, Dog Party has been active since 2007. In fall of 2016, they were the Special Guests on Green Day's Revolution Radio North American tour.
-from Oakland, CA
-Stay Out is an American East Bay punk rock band from Oakland, CA. Think 90s skatepunk, melodic hardcore, ska/punk.... we often get compared to Green Day, blink-182, The Queers, Descendents, Operation Ivy, etc.
We started in 2017. The band consists of four members.