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Tuesday August 20 2024
  8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
  •••  ALL AGES
 anthemic rock and roll
Jonny Manak & The Depressives
 skate rock garage punk

-from Rome, IT
-Stripping the history of glam rock for parts and using what's left to build a new souped-up rock & roll machine, Italy's Giuda merged the hard-stomping sound of "junk
shop glam" acts like Slade, Mud, and the Sweet with the swaggering energy of first-generation punk. Through album's like 2010's Racey Roller and 2015's Speak No Evil,
the Roman quintet built a sturdy international fan base, touring across Europe and the U.S. and eventually signing with American label Burger Records to release their
fourth outing, 2019's E.V.A.

Jonny Manak & The Depressives
-from San Jose, CA
-Formed in 2006, JM&D is a wild combination of rock n’ roll influences from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. There are elements of surf rock, punk and garage rock littered
throughout their songs. Jonny has played guitar, bass or drums in bands such as The Cliftons, Clay Wheels, Fang, Texas Thieves, The Forgotten, The Odd Numbers,
The Resistoleros and a ton of other bands you'll never hear of. Influences include Chuck Berry, Dead Boys, Dick Dale, Link Wray, Little Richard, The Sonics, The Rolling
Stones, Iggy and The Stooges, David Bowie, The Ramones, Johnny Thunders, bla, bla, bla, bla... The Depressives have played shows throughout the the Western US
and Europe. Since 2006, they've released 6 full length albums on CD, Vinyl, Cassette and Digitally. The band has played hundreds of shows at clubs, skateparks and
outdoor festivals. Their songs have been used in skateboard, snow board and surfing videos, Verizon vcast videos, as well as song placements in TV shows aired on
MTV (Viva La Bam, Home Wreckers, Nitro Circus, Fantasy Factory, Ridiculousness, Maui Fever, The Dudesons), Fuel TV (Vans Protech Pool Party) and Fuse TV. Needless
to say, their music is getting out there.