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Great Performers Series Fundraiser
Saturday, Oct. 11
- The Hub, 350 Georgia St, Vallejo
- Two high energy punk bands and chili dinner to raise money for Mocktoberfest Kids music program:
- Atomic Machines
- Jesus and the Dinosaurs
- All Ages
- Doors 7, Show 7:30. Ends at 10 pm
- $10 sliding scale at the door
- Another $10 for chili dinner
- Raffle prizes
Jesus and the Dinosaurs
Garage/Punk/Rock ‘n’ Roll
Bio: Jesus & The Dinosaurs are 3 fools that got together to make some amplified noise with Guitars and Drums. Brian Peraza on Guitar/Vocals, Mario Lebron on Drums, & Kevin Peraza on Bass/Vocals. Brian & Mario met during a class at Solano College, upon finding out they were both Salvadorian and musicians with a love for Punk Rock They decided to make a band. After a couple months of jamming as a 2 piece and looking for a Bassist it turned out that they had the last piece of the band under their noses with Brian’s brother Kevin. Now as a 3 piece outfit they want to see where Punk Rock will take them. Stuck in-between California & El Salvador, putting something of every place into their music. From walking down the street and not knowing if your going back home, to eating plastic cheese trying to contemplate the concept of what’s living. Fast in your face music for anyone to enjoy.
Music link: http://jesusandthedinosaurs.bandcamp.com/
Atomic Machines are Dan Dafoe (Guitar/Vocals), Kyle Barton (Bass) and Josh Conrow (Drums). Hailing from the Mecca of old school bay punk rock, Atomic Machines are based in the San Francisco/Bay Area with influences ranging from The Clash, NOFX, Minor Threat and Rancid. Atomic Machines produce a unique blend of old school bay punk rock with a classic SoCal style. Dan, Kyle and Josh have a natural song writing chemistry that creates a wide variety of sound. The Atomic Machines are exploding onto the scene with their lively stage presence and ruthless determination. Atomic Machine shows are filled with crowd involvement and back to back high energy songs. 2014 will be a big year for the Atomic Machines as they plan to release their first full length album and plan to hit the road for their first cross country tour. The band also has many shows lined up in and around the San Francisco/Bay Area.