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Two Left Feet / Bio

Ejected from the womb in 2004, Two Left Feet began playing in garages and backyards like they were playing Madison Square Garden! The band's roots lie in throwing DYI shows in the small community of Discovery Bay, East of San Franscisco. After releasing several demos and their first full-length "High Voltage Pop Part Deux" in 2006, they relocated to Concord Rock City and began playing more serious
endeavors. Shortly after in 2007, they released "The Good Housekeeping EP" featuring the energetic jam "When Bears Attack" which earned them gratuitous play on local SF radio stations such as Live 105 and The Bone. A short year later they trudged back into the studio and crafted their most current masterpiece "Two Left Feet" in 2008 which recieved many positive reviews in both internet 'zines and print. 2009 brought a flurry of line-up changes that would hinder the momentum of the band and bring it ever so close to musical-death.

After several line-up changes, many discouraging starts and stops, random one-off gigs, and a box-full of home-demos, Two Left Feet have risen again in 2012 to reclaim their spot in the Bay Area music scene. Complete with a refined sound, a brand new set of songs, and a new care-free attitude, Two Left Feet is looking forward to rocking the finest venues in the Bay Area once again!

Please come out and support Two Left Feet at their next show because without you the listener they would cease to exist!!!!!!!!!!!!

General Info

Band Members
Peter Inouye: Keys/Vox, Jay Maddox: Bass/Vox, Tom Silveira: Vox/Guitar, David Tanner: Drums/Vox
Artist Name
Two Left Feet
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/twoleftfeetrocks
Active Since
02/04
Genres
Rock / Power Pop / Alternative

Contact Info

Location
Concord, CA
Manager
Tommy Ciabatta

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