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Its a B Day party/show I’m throwing for my fam. I’m taking it back to the old school with this backyard boogie starting mid day and on into the night with some Arizona’s finest!!! Away from venue and promoter drama this is about music good times and family; a time to celebrate! All Day Event!! FREE!! BYOB, 21+ to drink, Waterslide Live Performances By: Last Call Brawlers (PSYCHOBILLY) Daniel Jordan Mental Cases Immortal Assassins Mindless Corpse Organization Freek Sho Docta Man Ill V MK Ultra The Unforgiven Assissins & MUCH MORE!!!Save
Sounds Like: The Ramones, Dead Kennedys, Drop Kick Murphys, Misfits, The Amazing Royal Crowns
Label: Los Muertos Records & Productions
Manager: Los Muertos Records & Productions
Bio: Since 1999 the Last Call Brawlers have seamlessly blended Rockabilly, Punk and Surf into their own brand of Rock-n-Roll. Never worrying about what is in style, what critics might say, and always playing from the heart. Last Call Brawlers have released everything from “straight up” Rockabilly albu...See Full Bio
“Tucson's Last Call Brawlers have been pigeonholed into the outrageously silly rockabilly ghetto since they started playing shows almost 14 years ago. It's both a falsehood and a shame, because they have so much more to offer than revisionist greaser/pin-up fantasies. The quartet has a lot more in common with early 80's L.A. punks like X and the Gun Club than Gene Vincent or Eddie Cochran. Unlike other rockabilly-revivalists, the Last Call Brawlers are not so narrow minded as to ignore the rest of six decades of rock 'n' roll history to be a caricature or a prop at a bar. So just ignore the haircuts, because this band is ferocious while remaining relaxed and inviting. The Last Crawl Brawlers play party music and they deliver. I don't remember how many songs they played, or any of the titles. What I left with was the exhilaration of hearing a band playing timeless, vital music, with them loving it as much as I did. ”