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FRANK SECICH (Stiv Bators) & Room Full of Strangers w/ Aqualads, The Penitentials

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FRANK SECICH (Stiv Bators) & Room Full of Strangers w/ Aqualads, The Penitentials
Saturday, July 29, 2017 10:00 PM
Snug Harbor, Charlotte, NC
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  • Ticket Price: $8.00 - $10.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
Frank Secich: Frank Secich is an American rock musician, songwriter, author and record producer. He was the bass player and founding member of the group Blue Ash from 1969–79 and guitarist and bassist for the Stiv Bators band from 1979 until 1981. He played in the Cleveland-based group Club Wow with Jimmy Zero of the Dead Boys from 1982–85 and produced the Ohio band the Infidels from 1985-1990. He is currently the rhythm guitarist for the Deadbeat Poets who were formed in 2006 in Youngstown, Ohio.
Room Full Of Strangers:

With the release of their debut LP, Bad Vacation, in October and performances at CMJ and the eastern US, the Orlando quartet have established a growing following with their catchy, proto-punk-infused, garage rock. Another way to think about Room Full of Strangers – imagine if Jonathan Richman and Richard Swift co-produced an album by the Arctic Monkeys. And like the Arctic Monkeys’ award-winning Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m NotBad Vacation is 30 minutes of intense music that will make you want to dance.

Besides the high-energy of their music, the band has a knack for writing witty songs about mundane events and, well, not your typical music topics. With tracks like “Guest Bath”“Bad Vacation”“Summers in Space”, and “You’re PC”, Room Full of Strangers have a light-hearted approach to songwriting much like Mac DeMarco and HOMESHAKE. Should there be another National Lampoon’s movie, maybe they could write the soundtrack.

Ben Yung, The Revue - Mundo Musique'

 
Aqualads: The Aqualads first formed in the summer/fall of 1996. In 1997 their first EP "Aqualads Xmas" was released. The first full length recording "Aqualads Hotbox" was released in 1998, followed by their sophomore effort "Aqualads Revenge" in 1999. In 2003 "Surf Surf Surf" was released, gaining the band a wider audience. After playing hundreds of shows and festivals, contributing to various compilations and soundtracks, 2011 saw the release of "Aqualads Treasures" as well as "An Oso Grande Christmas". With plans to continue recording and playing live the "Alads" are here to stay. Surfs Up!!
The Penitentials: Danger..